Mavic XA Elite II MTB Shoes
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Mavic XA Elite II Shoes
- Mavic Men's Mountain Biking Shoes
- Originally available in 39 in Black & Green.
- Fastens with Laces & Velcro.
A versatile all-rounder that's always ready to help you discover your very best, the XA Elite II Off-Road Shoes from Mavic is grippy enough to tackle any terrain you put in its way.
Maximise the effort you put into your pedals thanks to the Mavic XA Elite II Off-Road Shoes. That's possible thanks to the durable and high-quality Energy Grip Trail Outsole, which transfers energy with efficiency, while also improving your connection with your pedals for complete confidence as you ride. The outsole also features an advanced Contragrip tread which, along with a removable cleat plate, means you can switch to walking with ease, 25% more grip in the mix for good measure too.
High levels of support extend to the comfort and fit provided by this newly updated version of the XA Elite, making the most of an ingenious Quick Lace closure system that allows you to adjust the fit to suit you at astonishing speed. In addition, your foot is hugged in all the right place to stop it moving in the shoe thanks to the Endofit tongue, and there's plenty of soft, cushiony goodness to keep you feeling good in the Ortholite insoles. Finally, anti-rip material keeps dirt out and makes the shoes dead easy to clean.
Energy Grip Trail Outsole offers stability and pedal control, so you can ride harder. Contagrip tread offers superb traction and durability and is 25% more grippy in wet and dry conditions than the leading competitor. Molded toe cap for added protection.
Rigid internal plate delivers efficient pedaling performance but is also flexible for walking. Comfortable stiffness index IET60/ 100. Removable cleat plate to switch from flat to clip-in pedals.
Strap on top of the shoe offers excellent support, with a Quick Lace closure offers adjustable tightening. Endofit Tongue hugs the foot in just the right places for maximum comfort. Ortholite insoles offer superior cushioning for riding and walking.
Thermal bonded construction combines multiple layers without overlaps, reducing weight and creating a snag-free profile. Lightweight anti-rip material keeps trail dirt out and is easy to clean.
Cycle Shoe Type: Two Bolt.
Cycle Shoe Closing: Lace.
|XA Elite II Shoes Specification|
|Shoe Fastening||Velcro, Laces,|
|Shoe Material||Rubber, Velcro|
As far as I'm aware this product is currently out of stock - however it was originally for sale at Wiggle. Below are their current UK delivery costs:
Standard Delivery (Hermes or Yodel - within 4 working days) FREE for items over £20 and £2.99 for items under £20. Priority 1st Class Delivery (within 2 working days) £3.99. UK Next Day £4.99. UK Bulk Orders (Bikes, Turbo Trainers etc) FREE - Built and despatched in 10 - 12 working days. There may be an extra charge for Highlands and Islands. Full details on Wiggle's P&P charges can be found here.
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Founded in 1889 by Charles Idoux and Lucien Chanel, Mavic are a bike component and clothing manufacturer, primarily known for strong yet lightweight rims. The famous yellow logo has appeared on hoops for many victorious professional riders throughout cycling's rich history. In 1934 Antonin Magne won the Tour De France on their Dura tube rimmed wheels, which weighed nearly half that of their competitors. Clothing and footwear are more recent addition to the Mavic stable, and have a reputation for being functional yet affordable. For an in-depth guide to the history of Mavic, please visit their website or wikipedia page.