PricePoint, Sette Enduro. I love these shoes. I have posted before that these are good shoes as a 2nd pair. Wear all day riding, and still had them on at the campfire (shoe laces are not heat resistant!). I seem to grab these instead of my $200 fancy shoes all the time. The rubber tread is softer than most for hike a bike, so not too slick on rocks, and they are big and clunky, but I like them for casual rides, or when I need comfort over performance. $19, MSRP $70. If I cut off my toes, I could buy 2 pairs.
Mtbr's 2016 Winter Biking GearReviews and Roundups
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