- Northwave Rocker Touring Shoes 2013
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A comfortable touring shoe with a dual purpose sole built to handle hours on the bike and hours on foot.
Top Features of the Northwave Rocker Touring Shoes 2013
- Cross Road Sole
- Laces and big ankle strap
- Air Sport Footbed
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Cross Road Sole
The Cross Road Sole has been calibrated to perform equally well on the bike or on foot. The rigidity has been optimised for a fine balance of power transfer on the pedals and traction when walking on rough terrain. With supportive arches and a grippy tread pattern, the cross road sole has you covered for any cycle touring scenario.
Air Sport Footbed
Thin and lightweight, it provides sensitivity and grip inside the shoe while pedaling. The perforations ensure optimum breathability.
About Road Shoes
Road racing cycling shoes are designed without compromise to provide optimum power transfer between your foot and the pedal, a good quality road cycling 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.
About the Northwave brand
Northwave is a high quality manufacturer of snowboard and cycling shoes and clothing. Northwave was founded by Gianni Piva in Montebelluna, Italy and the company is owned by the Piva family. Northwave first started out as a shoe manufacturer in the early 1980's, producing shoes for other companies. In the late 80's, Northwave started producing snowboard and then its own brands of sports shoes. In the early to mid 1990's, after great success in the action sports industry, Northwave started to produce its own range of cycling shoes. “Place your trust in those like NORTHWAVE, who have always offered you the best, because for a cyclist, choosing NORTHWAVE means choosing the best for himself.”
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Am also wanting to buy the Shimano M424 pedal. Will this Shoe/Pedal combo work? Or is the Cleat in the shoe recessed into the shoe to far for it to clip in?
As to sizing, I have three pairs of Northwave shoes including a pair of these. In each instance they run true to actual foot size with the caveat that Northwave shoes are built on a wider last than Shimano which run narrower than standard IMO&E.
For instance, I'm an EU41 or UK 7½, but with a wider foot and high instep. I'd never fit into even a Shimano 44 with heel float and toe overhang like clown shoes because of their narrowness, yet a Northwave 41 fits me almost as if they were hand made for me.
So if you know what your actual foot/shoe size is, buy that size in Northwave.
I doubt you will be disappointed with these shoes, I am loving them.
Yes you need to cut out a square in the sole to reveal the cleat screw holes, I ride with SPDs and can still walk around with no problem.
Superb quality though. Robust and very comfortable.
Would you recomend a size 45 or 46 in the Northwave Rocker? I notice that the sizing chart is a bit different to the Shimano.
Also could you please give an estimate of shoe weight? Thankyou
Unfortunately we have no stock of the Rocker shoe right now so I can't weigh the shoes for you.
i.e. I'm an EU41 whether Northwave cycling shoes, New Balance runners or Rockport casuals, but I won't fit into a standard Shimano anything. Even a 44 in standard fitment Shimano is too narrow whilst being absurdly oversized in length.
Find out what your shoe size is in regular shoes and that will be your same size in Northwave.
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