- SixSixOne Filter SPD Cycling Shoes
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Ideal for BMX, Freeride or DH use with flat pedals, or can be used with SPD's by simply removing the rubber insert.
Top Features of the SixSixOne Filter SPD Cycling Shoes
- Internal midsole is tapered for more comfort off the bike
- Removable single overstrap keeps your laces secure and out of harms way
- Sharp shoe styling
- Non marking gum rubber sole
|Cleat Fitting- 2 Bolt SPD Type:||Yes|
|Use:||Freeride, DH, BMX|
Great for riding and casual wear.
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About the SixSixOne brand
SixSixOne manufactures a specialist range mountain bike (MTB) Helmets, knee, shin and, elbow protection. SixSixOne's aim is to cater for all your cycling protection needs, no matter what you get up to on the track or trail.
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