- Dhb T1.0C Carbon Triathlon Cycling Shoe
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dhb T1.0C Carbon Triathlon Cycling Shoe
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A lightweight single strap triathlon shoe with ultra stiff carbon fibre sole. Perfect for the competitor trying to push their potential further without breaking the bank.
Top Features of the dhb T1.0C Carbon Triathlon Cycling Shoe
- 100% Carbon Fibre composite sole
- Drainage holes
- Synthetic Upper
- Quad core air mesh inserts
- Triathlon Single strap entry
- Strap keeper nodules
- Easy grip heel pull loop
- Internal thermo plastic heel counter
- 360 degree reflective detailing
- 3-hole cleat ready
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The T1.0C is the carbon version of the T1.0 (The T1.0 uses glass reinforced Nylon). The Carbon Fibre composite sole provides a phenomenal stiffness to weight ratio power transfer unit, which makes sure that you get the most out of each stroke. Integrated drainage holes in the sole help your feet dry out after the swim phase of the Triathlon.
This shoe shares all the same features, which help for a smooth transition and fast ride time.
The synthetic upper is made from two layers – the outer skin protects against knocks and scrapes and the inner quad core mesh maps to the foot shape and resists stretch. The low stretch means minimal power loss.
A single closure entry strap is orientated for triathlon use. This means it fastens inwards (not outwards) so at transition your strap won’t get tangled in your drivetrain. The strap has keeper nodules, to keep the strap in place in the eyelet, so the shoe can be left wide open and ready to ride at transition. The big, easy grip heel loop allows you to tug the shoe on quickly for a fast getaway.
Big breather windows on the top of the shoe will help your feet to dry out and stay comfortable.
At the ankle end of the shoe there is a discrete thermo plastic heel counter, which is sandwiched between the cushioning layers of the shoe. This added support and stiffness provides lateral stability and gives better control when making hard efforts.
The aesthetics of the shoe are light and minimal with high visibility reflective detailing all around for road safety on low light training rides.
The shoe is pre-drilled ready to use with road-style, 3-hole cleat-pedal systems (Look/SPD-SL/Time)
If you are looking for a cost effective alternative, check out the dhb T1.0 (Opens new page) triathlon cycling shoe, with a glass filled nylon sole instead of carbon fibre. The upper is exactly the same - the only difference is the sole. dhb glass filled nylon (T1.0) is 25% less stiff compared to the dhb carbon sole (T1.0C).
About Tri Shoes
Triathlon racing cycling shoes are designed without compromise to provide the optimum power transfer between your foot and the pedal, a good quality triathlon shoe is a wise investment for performance and weight saving and is often overlooked. High-tech materials and precision manufacture keep weight down and stiffness up, this means your rotational mass is lower and power transfer is higher, resulting in more forward momentum for your effort. The main difference between a Tri shoe and a road shoe is the number of straps found on the uppers, Tri shoes tend to have one large strap for quick and easy removal during transitions, whereas a road shoe will have three or even four straps. For longer distance events such as half and full Ironmans a road shoe could be a wise choice though.
About the dhb brand
dhb is a technical sports apparel brand, founded in Hampshire, UK, in 2004. We are passionate about the exhilaration of being outside and enjoying sport. Our cycling and running collections are designed for all levels of participant - from novice to professional. We believe ‘there’s no such thing as bad weather’, which is why we aim to provide a wide range of products from a 2.5 layer waterproof jacket to a 90g racing jersey, to keep you outside, doing what you love, all year round.
At dhb, our in-house design & development team in London work with global partners who are experts in manufacturing, materials and technology to deliver the highest quality products. We strive to create stylish and durable apparel that allows our users to forget about gear and focus on their sport.
We are proud to support our sportsmen and women across the world. dhb sponsorships include:
- Official Cycle Clothing supplier for Prudential RideLondon
- Official Team Kit and Clothing supplier to the Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling team
- Emily Collins (National Champion - New Zealand)
- Peta Mullens (National MTB XCE Champion - Australia)
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Also, with T1, I had a massive problem on transition as (on the only time I tried it). The material is quite inflexible and once crushed by your foot setting-off on the bike, it stays "moulded to the sole. Added to which the velco stuck to itself - it was a time-costly nightmare which didn't happen with Specialised.
There may be a reason why some tri-shoes cost a lot more...my next purchase will be in a shop for tri-shoes.
But these dont equate to each other on your size guide.
What size would I need please?
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