New Lake CX238 White Black Gives a New Light on Cycling Shoes!

New Lake CX238 White Black Gives a New Light on Cycling Shoes!

Lake Cycling (United States) - Press Release: CX/TX Competition Last – With a profile specifically designed for very high-cadence riding & higher pressure, our Competition last features a more curved profile than the Sport last. The main differences include increased toe pitch & heel lift, a tighter heel & a slightly wider ball girth to allow the foot to expand under high pedaling pressures.

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  • Outsole: Lake Competition 100% Carbon Fiber Sole. Available in 3 hole cleat pattern
  • Upper: Fullgrain Water Resistent Premium Leather and mesh with hook lycra & Outlast heel lining. Helcor heel panel and rubber toe bumper helps pretects the upper from scuffs and scratched. Outlast temperature regulating heel and tongue lining offers a luxurious foot feel, while maintaining a breathable, durable & firm grip to your foot.
  • Closure: Dual Side mounted Push/Pull IP1-S BOA lacing system with releasable lace guides

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