PEdALED & Fizik pair up to create new, special edition Jary Terra Powerstrap X4 gravel shoes. Fizik’s Terra Powerstrap shoes have already been proving themselves as simple, affordable & versatile gravel riding option. And now they get a special edition Jary design to match the rest of your Pedaled gravel gear.

PEdALED by Fizik Jary Terra Powerstrap X4 gravel shoes

PEdALED Jary Terra gravel shoes, special edition Fizik Terra Powerstrap X4 gravel bike shoes

We’ve debated what makes a gravel-specific pair of cycling shoes a number of time before. But without rehashing too much, suffice it to say that the Fizik Terra Powerstrap X4 fits the bill – with a sole that nicely balances walkability & all-day pedaling efficiency, plus hike-a-bike ready tread and a durable upper.

Starting from there, PEdALED created a special edition in the same dark teal color featured in their Jary all-road line-up, so you can be all matchy-matchy with your gravel getup.

Jary Terra gravel shoes tech

PEdALED Jary Terra gravel shoes, special edition Fizik Terra Powerstrap X4 gravel bike shoes

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Tech-wise everything is identical to the Fizik version, just with Pedaled in Japanese on the end of the strap. What defines the shoes is probably their no-nonsense Powerstrap wrap around straps. No fancy dials or ratchets to fiddle with (or break), just a high-quality velcro strap directly across the midfoot and a second zig-zagging over the forefoot. Light, simple, and low-cost.

PEdALED Jary Terra gravel shoes, special edition Fizik Terra Powerstrap X4 gravel bike shoes

I’ve been riding the mud/caramel Fizik ones all spring, and the level 6/10 reinforced nylon sole is stiff enough for on-road pedaling, with just enough flex – mainly in the toe & heel – so you can comfortably walk too. Low-profile rubber tread makes them surefooted on hard surfaces, but they get overwhelmed a bit on muddy or especially loose hike-a-bikes. (They aren’t mountain bike shoes.)

PEdALED Jary Terra gravel shoes, special edition Fizik Terra Powerstrap X4 gravel bike shoes

The laser-perforated microtex synthetic upper has stood up to a good bit of abuse by me, with only minor fraying of the upper strap that doesn’t affect its function. And a reinforced toe-cap keeps them from getting scuffed.

PEdALED Jary Terra gravel shoes, special edition Fizik Terra Powerstrap X4 gravel bike shoes

The 160€ PEdALED Jary version adds just 10€ extra for their special color, with the same 292g claimed weight (42, per shoe) and full half size 37-47, plus 36 & 48 size range. Get them now direct from Pedlaed to round out your Jary kit.

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edge
edge
2 years ago

“Powerstrap tech”….you mean velcro? Like in the 80’s?

Sean
Sean
2 years ago
Reply to  edge

Yes, because it is better than ratchet or boa

Heffe
Heffe
2 years ago

The tech here is marketing tech, which is always new and fresh.

rocky racoon
rocky racoon
2 years ago

I would say any shoe with a heel pad that narrow is not suited for “hike-a-bike.” Nobody is walking their bike unless they’re on a steep, loose, rocky trail. Narrow heels don’t cut it.

Mic
Mic
2 years ago

Doesn’t Velcro wear out pretty fast? And get filled w mud, dirt, debris and often not stick very well? Don’t elastic straps lose their elasticity and get loose after a year or so? I’m so confused

Sean
2 years ago
Reply to  Cory Benson

So far 16 years the Velcro on my shoes has stood up very well.

Robin
Robin
2 years ago
Reply to  Mic

And velcro can be replaced by your local cobbler.

Joenomad
Joenomad
2 years ago

Still no offering from Fizik for humans with wider feet as I would definitely get a pair for mixed use riding.

PrettyNormalFeet
PrettyNormalFeet
1 year ago
Reply to  Joenomad

Agree. Fizik shoes fit very narrow, even if you size up.