dhb M2.0C Carbon Mountain Bike Cycling Shoe
Add dhb M2.0C Carbon Mountain Bike Cycling Shoe to your basket now
Performance mountain bike shoe from dhb with 100 percent cabon fibre composite sole, micro adjustable ratchet top strap and external molded heel counter for ultimate control.
Top Features of the dhb M2.0C Carbon Mountain Bike Cycling Shoe
- 100 percent carbon fibre composite sole with rubber traction grip
- Synthetic Upper
- Micro adjust ratchet top strap
- Quad core air mesh inserts
- All-round ventilation holes
- Injection molded polymer heel counter
- 360 degree reflective detailing
- 2-hole cleat ready
|Cleat Fitting- 2 Bolt SPD Type:||Yes|
|Sole Material:||Carbon Fibre with overmolded Rubber|
The pure carbon fibre composite sole on this shoe gives it an upgrade in stiffness compared to its little brother the - dhb M1.0 shoe. More stiffness means more of the energy you put down with each stroke gets transferred through the crank to the back wheel of your bike. The sole has a small degree of flexibility built into to ease comfort when racing on foot with your bike. The complete carbon fibre chassis of the sole is covered in an ultra grippy rubber compound with aggressive tread design. This contact surface will allow excellent traction when interfacing with mud, rock and road.
The sole is bonded to the synthetic upper which features the same quad core inner structure as the dhb road shoe. This mesh structure has excellent 3D mapping properties to achieve a form fit to the foot but affords almost zero stretch – which keeps input energy loss on the upstroke to an absolute minimum. The exterior upper is a durable Synthetic skin, which will absorb the knocks and grazes of general use. Twin needle stitching in key wear areas (Toe and Heel) gives a robust finish.
A durable lightweight polymer top strap closure with metal ratchet lever enables adjustment, simply lever the strap up to tighten, or push the button from the underside upwards to release tension. The micro ratchet system makes refining the adjustment super quick and easy. 2 additional closures at the toe-end allow further control to the fitting of the shoe. Achieving the right fitting is essential to delivering the most efficient power output.
Mesh inserts across the upper on the instep and outer side of the upper allow air to circulate through the shoe helping to keep you temperature regulated as you generate heat. Small perforations below the mid line encourage hot air to dissipate to keep you comfortable but keep water ingress when submerged to a minimum.
The 2 series shoe has an external injection molded heel counter, which provides strength and rigidity to allow maximum control when interacting with the clip in pedal system.
Embossed print detailing provides a clean aesthetic which is complimented with reflective detailing along the length of the shoe in-step and outside to enhance the rider’s safety in low-level light conditions.
The shoe is pre drilled ready to use with MTB-style, 2-hole cleat-pedal systems (SPD, Crank Bros, Time MTB)
If you are looking for our entry dhb shoe with Glass filled Nylon polymer shoe check out the M1.0
mtb cycling shoe.
About the dhb brand
The dhb brand was first born in Hampshire, England. The founders – d, h and b decided they didn’t want to just sell bicycle gear but they also wanted to be involved with every aspect of it’s design and development. Five years later, with international expansion all products are still ridden extensively by the in-house R&D team in the local South Downs region.
Getting out and riding is the core philosophy of the dhb brand. We want people to be outside riding doing what they love most. The dhb range of cycling apparel and accessories aims to engage all levels of rider - from novice, to triathlete and competitive sportive rider. We have worked with skilled technicians and factories across the globe to bring ‘our’ kit to ‘you’ - the enthusiast.
dhb has experienced phenomenal success in the United Kingdom, and over the past years our reach has extended through Europe to fellow riders in Japan and Australia. The new branding for dhb is a turning point marking our increasing energy for our brand. With more cyclists spinning their wheels every day, dhb will continue to provide kit that offers technical, elegant solutions, with longevity for your best rides.
|dhb Shoe Conversion|
|EU Shoe||cm||UK Shoe|
The delivery options available for shipping this product along with the contents of your basket to USA are:
- Standard Delivery: Estimated delivery within 8 working days - Free
- Priority International Delivery: Estimated delivery within 6 working days - $6.88
- Tracked Courier Delivery: Estimated delivery within 4 working days - $34.50
Wiggle ships to over 100 countries. To see what delivery options are available for other destinations you can update your delivery destination via the International Options feature at the top right of the website.
Goods are shipped from the UK. Does not include delivery charges, local taxes or import duties, if applicable.
More information on International delivery options
We will happily refund or exchange any item purchased on Wiggle if returned to us within 365 days, excluding Wiggle gift vouchers and personalized products except when faulty.
Returned goods must be unused and supplied with their original packaging, unless the goods are faulty.
Wiggle will pay the return postage costs for any faulty items.
More information on Wiggle's return policy
Magazine reviews for dhb M2.0C Carbon Mountain Bike Cycling Shoe
Review from BIKEmagic
With a rigid carbon fibre sole and ratchet closure, the dhb M2.0C Carbon Mountain Bike Shoes have features usually only found on shoes with three-figure price tags. They're race stiff, but broad and comfortable enough for all-round use. (...)
At the heart of the dhb M2.0C Carbons is a carbon fibre sole that's stiffer and lighter than the fibreglass-reinforced sole of the M1.0 model we reviewed a few weeks ago. There's a rubber tread moulded over it so you can still walk on muddy surfaces, and big rubber sidebars next to the cleat help guide your foot on to the pedals, so clipping in is nice and quick. (...)
They're comfortable too. The shape is quite broad across the forefoot, so if you don't get on with narrow Italian-style racing slippers, these are well worth a look. Plenty of padding round the inside helps, and a rigid heel cup helps hold the back of your foot firmly in place. (...)
You get a ratchet closure to hold them in place, and with the two Velcro straps across the forefoot, it's plenty secure. Releasing the catch involves a simple and obvious button on the top of the ratchet. We're probably a bit thick but we've lost count of the number of times we've groped around to figure out just how the manufacturer has hidden the release catch on other pairs of shoes... (...)
Very stiff, comfortable shoes at a bargain price.
High level of useful detail for the price.
Review from What MTB
dhb gear is always really good value, and these stiff carbon-soled race shoes for under a hundred quid are another cracking example.
The carbon fibre soles aren't just about bling - these were the stiffest shoes on test, something that became obvious as soon as we put the hammer down. This gives an immediate advantage when opening rhe throttle hard, and they're well-shaped enough in both the soles and insoles not to create obvious hotspots over the cleats; some rigid shoes can do this pretty badle. Wide tread means good support for minimal ankle wobble, and the soft-compund tread, rubber toe studs and extended instep grips reduce slipping on wet roots and rocks.
The broad toes allow easy waggling to keep circulation going and there are equally wide toe bumpers to ward off rocks. Solid plastic heel cups help stop heel lift when you're cranking hard or clambering up hills, while the generously-padded collars stop rubbing even on long rides.
Both the lower velcro straps and the ratcheted top strap can be cranked up race-tight without creating obvious pressure points, and the buckles give a positive if loud and clunky closure.
Mesh venting is kept mostly to the top, so they're relatively splash/puddle proof so long as it's shallow. The buckles and straps are removeable and replaceable too, and there's loads of reflective detailing.
Niggles? The ratchet release buttons can be hard to find when it's really filthy and they're very heavy for a carbon shoe, but it's hard to fault their value over all.
Heavy, but stiff performance shoes, with grippy soles and decent comfort at a great price.
Product Q & A
Ask your questions and share your answers.
just same as LAKE.
The nuts are captive in the sole so the cleats just need the bolt/screw (which Shimano usually include when you buy new ones).
Do you want to compare this product?
Only 4 products can be compared at once. Adding this product will remove the product you added to the list first.
Do you want to continue?