The Giro Code VR70′s great power transfer and wide range of fit options make it an attractive option for riders looking to lay down the power.
The Giro Terraduro is a SPD-compatible, all-mountain shoe that pedals very well, though durability has been an issue.
The new Pearl Izumi X-Alp Enduro IV is one of the best clipless trail shoes we’ve tested. See how it stacks up to other shoes in its class.
The Impact VXi is Five Ten’s new flat pedal, downhill shoe. We compare it to its predecessor and shoes in Five Ten’s all-mountain line.
The Five Ten Maltese Falcon is a durable biking shoe that provides great traction. It’s also comfortable and pedals well, especially if you’ve got wide feet.
If you’re looking for a pair of bike shoes for exploring, bush-whacking, extended hike-a-bikes, trail work, or commuting, you ought to consider the Mavic Alpine XL.
Teva hit the nail on the head with their Pivot clipless AM shoe. It has some novel design features that had us asking, “Why hasn’t anybody thought of that before?”
The fit and power transfer of the Giro Code are definitely worth the price tag, but durability might be a concern IF your rides typically involve much hiking/walking.
The Specialized Rime mountain bike shoe was designed with more than just riding in mind, with a Vibram sole and stable foot platform for easier walking. All-mountain/enduro riders, take note.