Camo is in, but it’s mostly been left to the softer side of soft goods, namely shorts and socks. Now, Sidi lets you complete the look with the new camouflage version of their Dominator Fit shoe for $249.
In front of it is the new Fluo Yellow Drako, which is their top of the line race mountain bike shoe. Features include their replaceable cleat plate and Tecno 3 dual wire ratcheting system. Retail’s a hope-you-are-sponsored $499.
From there, they’ve got a range of performance oriented models across the price range, a new winter boot and plenty more for road and mountain…
The Kaos Carbon road shoe is a new upper/mid level model that gets a new Millennium4 sole, infusing carbon fiber into a nylon sole, with their standard buckle and wire closure combo.
The outsole gets a carbon fiber look imprinted into it, giving it a bit different look than the pure nylon soled models. It comes in at $299.
Below that is the new Level road shoe, which has the same sole but downgrades to simple Velcro straps across the forefoot.
It’s available in four colors, shown right two on the top and left two on the bottom.
The Level retails at $199.
Way, way above that is the new Wire Carbon Air, a lightweight road bike shoe that takes the top of the line. It gets dual Tecno3 wire closure and adjustable heel retention over a light, perforated cover. Below it is a thin, stiff carbon sole with vents that can be opened and closed to regulate temperate.
Back to the mountain bikes, their feature set follows along the same price points but with treads on the bottom. The new Cape MTB shoe comes in at $299 with a Tecno3 cable closure across the forefoot and buckle closure on the top.
There’s plenty of fluorescent options in addition to the standard white and black: yellow, orange or green.
Below it is the Bevel. It shares the same Competition sole as the Cape, but trades the wire for Velcro straps.
It comes in at $199.
For more adventurous or casual mountain bike pursuits, the new Epic gets a bit more pliable sole that allows for scrambling and hike-a-bike sections. A grippy tread section keeps you from slipping. The upper is a synthetic leather with mesh sections, much like a hiking shoe. Retail is $225.
For just a few bucks more, you can get the same treads on a full featured winter boot. The upper combines their reinforced heel cup with a buckle and Velcro straps below a neoprene ankle cuff to keep warmth in and chilly breezes out. Retail is $250.
On the right are two very un-Sidi looking kicks. The Insider is a suede-like high top lace up for fixed gearing it around town or hitting the dirt jumps. They’re $149.