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Fi’zik Terra Atlas shoes are built for ATB: Gravel, Mountain Biking, and more

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Where will your next adventure take you? Wherever you’re going, your shoes should be up to the task–both in terms of comfort and performance. That’s where the new Fi’zik Terra Atlas comes in. Calling it their most versatile shoe yet, the Terra Atlas seems perfectly suited to ATB pursuits. Whatever that may be.

Fi'zik Terra Atlas shoe

Sitting somewhere between the typical MTB and gravel shoe, the Terra Atlas combines a rugged outsole with a low-profile upper. Meant for all-day comfort, the fit is said to be generous with a single BOA L6 dial to make easy changes in fit along the way.

Fi'zik Terra Atlas shoe in white

Essentially an update on their popular Terra X5, the upper is perforated for ventilation but there is a TPU overlay on the toecap to provide added protection. Weight is kept fairly low for a shoe that can pull rugged MTB duty at 355g.

Fi'zik Terra Atlas shoe outsole Spd

The two-bold SPD cleat style outsole has been redesigned and features a hidden nylon footplate for pedaling efficiency. According to Fi’zik, the shoe has a stiffness index of 5 meaning it should be efficient enough for spirited rides, but flexible enough for comfortable walking when you need it. Removeable toe studs are also there if things get really sloppy.

Fi’zik Terra Atlas colors, sizing & pricing

Fi'zik Terra Atlas shoe colors

Available in four different colors, the Terra Atlas is priced at $159 and available in sizes 36-48, with 37-47 in half sizes.


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Eggs Benedict
Eggs Benedict
2 years ago

Good looking shoe. And a pretty reasonable price too.

2 years ago

That pink/grape colorway is well done.

Was hoping this would have a stiffer sole option. I have the Terra X4 Powerstraps, rated 7 on Fizik’s scale for stiffness, and while they’re a great all-around shoe they tend to wilt on longer stints.

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