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Men · Mountain Biking · Shoes

 
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Men Mountain Biking Shoes Frequently Asked Questions

adidas men’s mountain bike shoes, like the Five Ten range, generally run true to size. Some shoes have hook-and-loop adjusters in addition to laces so you can tighten or loosen them to change how they feel on your feet.
The simple answer is yes. However, on longer rides, or more challenging terrain, the benefits of a lightweight shoe designed for mountain biking become more important. An outdoor hiking shoe’s outsole is built for durability on uneven terrain.
Trainers are more flexible than mountain bike shoes and offer less protection. MTB outsoles are designed for repetitive movement and contact on a flat pedal. Even though some look like trainers, they grip the bike’s pedals and protect your feet in rough terrain.