Bont designed the Sub-10 Tri-shoe to out-perform shoes that cost twice as much. Everything is done by hand, ensuring perfect construction and minimal materials every time. The Sub-10 is extremely stiff, lightweight, and fully moldable.
|Cleat Compatibility:||3-hole road|
|Material:||[Upper] white matte microfiber [liner] non-porous microfiber [Chassis] monocoque fiberglass base|
|Recommended Use:||Road biking, training, triathlons|
|Weight:||[Pair] 9.7oz (275g)|
So I had a pair of 250$ tri bike shoes, and these are actually better.
All the features are true, this takes some getting used to with riding sockless. Comes off easy, and when you're pedaling after mounting when barefoot and feet on top of shoes, the shoe kinda collapses in a good way in that it conforms to your feet so they can slide right in easy.
Be sure to check your sizing and match it up with the euro sizing. I'd honestly order a tad bigger if I did next time, but be safe, and order true to size.
In summary, these are totally feature loaded, extremely cost effective, and fantastic shoes I'd buy again. Colors are as pictured
-Ultra stiff carbon sole
-MADE FOR BAREFOOT CYCLING
-Extra large heel loops for pulling on/off while barefoot
-Tons of vents
-Shoe folds in on itself when you pedal with foot on top of shoe, so that it contours to your foot while pedaling on top of shoe getting ready to dismount
These shoes are top notch for the price. Feature loaded, and perfect for any triathlete!
Make sure you have the right size or your feet will cramp up. If you plan on riding in these barefoot, get sized barefoot. I didn't and got a size too big and my toebox cramped and I had to replace these.