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Liam Cahill

A roadie at heart, Liam thinks anything wider than a 33mm 'cross tub is 'crazy. The inclusion of pub lunches means that he's now a big fan of gravel riding and he's also been known to do some MTB races.

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5 months 3 days ago

I have these, great for the spring weather. My feet get cold on the bike, so for me they need to stay above freezing. I do wish the ankles were snugger. With modern super stretchy neopren, the gap these have is not necessariy.

I also disagree, that these seem to lack breathability, I get cold, clammy feet in these, and never in all my other footwea on the bike.

Rachael Gurney's picture
9 months 3 weeks ago

kil0ran wrote:

Hey, We've been thinking the same! I've just found some mady by Vaude and have asked if we can test them ASAP. Copy and paste this link and have a gander - https://www.vaude.com/en-GB/Products/Best-in-Test/AM-Moab-Mid-STX?number=204796780450
 

Is it just me or is there a huge gap in the market for a winter-proof flat? Yes, FiveTen do something, but they're expensive and not exactly roomy. Something like this would be perfect, but it needs to be a proper flat sole, rather than an SPD with cleat cover insert.

 

10 months 4 days ago

Is it just me or is there a huge gap in the market for a winter-proof flat? Yes, FiveTen do something, but they're expensive and not exactly roomy. Something like this would be perfect, but it needs to be a proper flat sole, rather than an SPD with cleat cover insert.

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