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  • Fizik Terra Ergolace GTX Shoe review
  • stwhannah
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    The Fizik Terra Ergolace Terra GTX is an all-weather MTB and gravel shoes with Gore-Tex protection. Yes, they are (were) white.

    By stwhannah

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    https://singletrackworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/03/fizik-terra-ergolace-gtx-shoe-review/

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    nickc
    Full Member

    It’s hard to look past that absolutely outrageous price though. I mean £200.00 for a pair of shoes to muck about in the woods is a wodge of cash in anyone’s world.

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    BadlyWiredDog
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    Are there any colour options other than white?

    And what makes these any different to a pair of sticky-soled approach shoes apart from the ‘Fizik’ label?

    But white? For bike shoes? And £200? They’re not really designed for us Brits are they.

    edit: also in anthracite and black according to Fizik’s website, which seems rather more practical. Except that, ime anyway, once water does get into Gore-Tex shoes, they take forever to dry out. God anyone who takes them as their only footwear on a dampbikepacking trip.

    matt_outandabout
    Full Member

    Hmmm, a non waterproof one could be ideal – but they then all seem to be narrow…

    fatmax
    Full Member

    The SPD version was about £105 on Wiggle the last time I looked. I’m tempted by that price…

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    footflaps
    Full Member

    Goretex plus low cut – I mean really, what is the point of that?

    In case you need to gently tread in no more than 15mm of water and carefully lift your foot out afterwards…

    Miguelo
    Full Member

    they do a non goretex version, much cheaper too

    intheborders
    Free Member

    Goretex plus low cut – I mean really, what is the point of that?

    I’ve an equivalent pair of Shimano shoes, they actually work well especially for spray, wet grass/undergrowth – the kind of conditions you get riding gravel 3 seasons of the year.

    jasonabudd
    Full Member

    I have the Non Gore Tex clip less Terra Ergolace hands down the best bike  shoe I’ve owned.

    if it’s going to be a wet ride I just stick on a pair of sealskin socks

    I really like Fizik shoes but £200 for a pair of water containers is a bit much

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