Review: Specialized Motodiva Women’s Mountain Bike Shoes

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Sold as an all-round trail riding shoe, I’ve been using these for the more pedestrian end of trail riding – mostly because when things get gnarlier I’ll switch to flats. However, these are so comfortable I have found myself wearing them for more and more rides, and trickier trails. But let’s go back to the beginning and start with what they’re made of. The uppers are made from a combination of synthetic leather, with a mesh toe that extends under the Velcro straps, and small mesh sections around the ankles. The toe and heel have reinforced bumper sections, with a slightly rubbery edge continuing right around the outside of the foot, protecting the synthetic leather from scuffs and scrapes. These only come in black – which is fine, because I think they look pretty good, but some fun colour options would be nice. Fit adjustment comes from two substantial Velcro straps, plus a BOA dial. Once I’d set them where I wanted, the Velcro straps were largely left alone, using the BOA to get the...

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