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Bright, sticky and high topped flat pedal riding shoes
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Posted on: July 20, 2010
Slacklining! Tightrope walking on a slack climbing rope. Bonkers. But wish I had their balance.
I’ve decided a few rides back to get some new shoes to replace my impacts, as I really didn’t like the sole being so think. They make me feel quite remote from any feelings coming through the pedals. I’m just not sure about the high-tops, and I’m a yoof…
I’m not a yoof but I think they look “sick”.
Bloody hell, they look awful! They’ve made me feel sick….
I cant wait for Glentress’ car park in its Autumnal grey to be lit up by a yellow-footed centipede of mince.
How stiff are they? I like fairly stiff midsoles.
I have to admit I rather like them, but I bet they don’t have a ladies’ small size.
Available in a more muted version!
Is there some sort of proviso in Five Ten world that means they have to make shoes that look a bit shit…
yellow-footed centipede of mince – woohoo, that’s me that is. I got some of these clown shoes in a size 12 for maximum yellowness.
Buzzlighyear – not as stiff as a cycling shoe but slightly stiffer than your average trainer (however they are new so may become the stiffness of your average trainerp after a a few more rides)
Are you sure that the sole of the mountain king is less stiff than the one in the freerider?
To me it looks that this shoe is simply a higher version of the freerider.
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