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Sidi Introduces Cycling Inspired Frame Casual Shoe

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Sidi Announces Cylcling Inspired Frame Casual ShoeWant to look like you’re wearing Sidi cycling shoes even when you’re not? Show off your taste in high quality, high dollar Italian cycling design with Sidi’s all new Frame casual, or free time shoe. The Frames feature a high breathability synthetic upper with 3D coated mesh that keeps things light and comfortable. Available in three colors – white/silver, Black/flourescent yellow, and black/silver. Thanks to the three strap Velcro closure system, onlookers will either think cycling shoe inspired, or “Oh, he got the Velcros.” In all honesty, they do look like they could be pretty comfortable.

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Kyle
11 years ago

Macklemore reference… Nice

Topmounter
Topmounter
11 years ago

I’m sure these will be a big hit at the coffee shop.

EricNM
EricNM
11 years ago

Wow, my uncle Mortie will look great wearing these playing shuffleboard in Tampa!

(BTW: I hear that ALL the cool octagenarians are wearing Sidi’s these days…)

Bayard
Bayard
11 years ago

Sport did I default on that account?

dave
dave
11 years ago

surely this is a fake news release?

MarkV
11 years ago

????

ben
ben
11 years ago

I feel like someone at Sidi was sitting around looking at the DZR website and was just like, “I’ve got it! We’ll do the exact opposite!”

micmac
micmac
11 years ago

i would buiy these in a heartbeat – without the velcro!!!!

SmooveP
SmooveP
11 years ago

Yeah, these will look great with my non-cycling lycra shorts.
Pfugly!

Joe
Joe
11 years ago

I work at a Sidi dealer, and I would wear THE FUCK out of these.

Joe
Joe
11 years ago

I just wanna roll up in the bar, and change out of my Sidi Dragon 3s into my Sidi casual shoes, and watch all the honeys roll up on me.

Kyle
11 years ago

@Joe, come take a look through my telescope
Trying to get girls from a brand? Man you hella won’t

greg
greg
11 years ago

specialized has been doing this for a while, and theyre pretty popular (and comfortable). with boas.

carl
11 years ago

Damn, I JUST picked up some new Velcro strap sneakers at Walmart…. BUT, how much will these be?

Joe
Joe
11 years ago

Ladies be like,”boy, I like your kicks.” And I’m all,”Girl, these handmade in Romania, and the upper responds to the heat generated by my feet and give a semi-custom fit.” And then I’m in.

dale
dale
11 years ago

I love my ergo 3s but stick to bike shoes please!

Ryan Lewis
Ryan Lewis
11 years ago

I call that getting tricked by a business

Phil
Phil
11 years ago

I want 6 pairs, it’ll be like my own 12 steps program! i’m with Joe, my brand new yellow pair will have the honeys all over me, being in touch with some real european kickers… Seriously though, I’d rock them!

silverlining
silverlining
11 years ago

Guess Roos still holds the patent on the zippered pocket?

Collin
11 years ago

Mavic also is doing this with there bright yellow shoes. Them and Specialized call them “Podium Shoes” I’d rock the black/white sidi’s

bonky
11 years ago

Must become a hit amongst the guido crowd.

Jorge
Jorge
11 years ago

I want the whites and the blacks please!!!!!!!

Ummmm
Ummmm
11 years ago

I hope they last longer then the tread on my spiders. whats up Sidi can’t make something that lasts! Just venting

Nick
Nick
11 years ago

@ Ummmm,

Spiders have softer, and REPLACEABLE tread blocks, they are supposed be softer (for traction) and wear out well before the shoes.

Chris
Chris
11 years ago

I’ve had the same set of Dominator 5’s since about 2004. In the meantime, I’ve had a few other pairs of shoes from well-known manufacturers that have detonated on me, but those nasty old Dominator 5’s refuse to fall apart!

Gringo
Gringo
11 years ago

*man purse not included.

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