Review: Fi’zi:k Gravita Versor Flat Shoes

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Have the Fi’zi:k Gravita Versor flat shoes knocked Andi’s current favourite flat pedal show off their podium? There is a lot to be unhappy about in the world, but I like to try and find a little happiness no matter how small and insignificant it might be. So while we’re still in the grips of a Pandemic, and bikes are in short supply I can still happily say “what a great time it is for mountain bike shoes!”. Yeah, hardly world-changing, but I believe it is true that there are more excellent mountain bike shoes on the market today than there ever were. As a flat pedal rider, I believe that this statement is even more accurate, and the industry has moved on significantly in recent years. I’d even go as far as stating that 5:10 are no longer the pinnacle in flat shoe design with many rivals matching and surpassing the Stealth grip equipped footwear. In fact, it was earlier this year that I positively gushed over the new Crankbrothers flat pedal range. A shoe so comfortable and grippy that I honestly thought nothing could beat them! Enter the Fi’zi:k Gravitas Versor Flat Shoe But what I thought impossible may have happened, with the release of the Fi’zi:k Gravitas Versor flat shoe. Fi’zi:k markets the Gravitas Versor flat shoe at riders who enjoy gravity-assisted riding, but I’ve worn them for longer days in the saddle plus big mountain rides in the Lake District without a single thought for them....

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