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Northwave Rockit MTB shoes are made for those hike-a-bike adventures

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The Northwave Rockit is a lace-up cycling shoe designed for every situation, whether you’re getting foot out, flat out on the trails, or just pedaling to work.

The versatile design and casual style hide their technical prowess, from durable materials to a grippy outsole, they’re the shoe for any adventure. The easy-walking sole is stiff enough for all-day rides, but comfortable enough for extended off-the-bike traverses, too, or even just relaxing off the bike after the ride, setting up camp, or hanging at the café.

northwave rockit mountain bike shoes

The Vibram Wolftrax clipless sole designed to empower traction and braking with an unparalleled grip on wet and dry surfaces. An optimized cleat tunnel makes it to easy clip in/out, and sharp lugs empower traction and braking when you’re walking up or down the mountain.

northwave rockit mountain bike shoes

An EVA midsole reduces weight and improves shock absorption. The upper combines PU and Ripstop with TPU anti-abrasion inserts placed on the forefoot. An elastic strip on the tongue keeps shoelaces from flopping about and gives them a clean look.

From trail riding to bike-packing to commuting, the Northwave Rockit fit in on almost every ride. Retail is €119.99, check them out at Northwave.com.

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Scott M
Scott M
9 months ago

I love the fit of Northwave shoes, but I generally have to dremel out the cleat channels to be about 1/2 in closer to the rear of the shoe to feel comfortable. I love the look though so I’m likely going to have to break out the dremel again.

Berto
Berto
20 days ago

Hi!
Anyone here has tried this shoes and the similar crankbrothers mallet e-lace?

I can’t find both in my city, so I will have to order them online without testing, and the problem is that I’ve a little bit wide feet, so I would need to know which one is wider (in the forefoot).

Thanks in advance!

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