The Scott Road premium shoe is built to perform. This shoe is combined with the HMF carbon fibre sole, which has a stiffness index of 9 and a lightweight, microfiber with 3D airmesh. Making this shoe brathable, comfortable an without hindering any power transfer. The use of the Boa IP-1 allows you to get that anatomical fit.
With a carbon fibre sole which has a stiffness index of 8, this road cycling shoe is perfect for any cyclists who want to do the long miles. From Clubruns to Grand Fondo's. The Scott Road Team Boa cycling shoe also has the Boa system and strap on the top of the show. Making it much easier for you to get an anatomical and comfortable fit.
New for the 2018 season. The Scott Road comp lace cycling shoe is a fantastic addition. With the Lace cycling shoe getting more popular, the road comp lace is now available at an affordable price. The use of laces enables a more comfortable and anatomical fit. However with the stiffness index of 6 on the sole. Effiiciency is not hindered with every pedal stroke.
Choose The Right style
A good set of bike shoes is essential kit for any serious cyclist, whether you're a sportive expert or you want to race. There are a wide selection of brands to consider when choosing cycling shoes, not least the kind of cycling you will be doing. We have a range of mountain bike shoes that have soles with more grip and smaller cleats for tabbing round corners and clipping in easier.
Our road shoes also come in a range of designs including traditional ratchet closing and more modern BOA systems with dials. We also have a selection of old school lace up cycling shoes, mixing tradition with modern materials.
Quality Road Cycling Shoes
Our range of road cycle shoes includes popular brand Scott and has something for both the beginner who is getting into road cycling and may be using their first pair of cleats, to experienced racers who want something that is light and comfortable for intense days in the saddle. It is important that the shoes you choose fit well and are comfortable so it is important you get the size right, as ill-fitting cycling shoes can be a nightmare and can make a ride extremely uncomfortable.