Chrome Kursk

Priced: $74.95 - $75.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 8 reviews.
Chrome Kursk
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Tug on the Chrome Kursk Shoe, tuck the laces into the lace garage to keep them out of your drivetrain, and hit the road. The Kursk is a tough, cycling-specific shoe that moonlights as a simple pair of casual kicks. Thanks to features like stainless aglets (or lace end-caps for non word-nerds), the aforementioned lace garage, and a board-lasted sole, the Kursk will keep your feet protected and your bike rolling fast.


  • Fiberglass-reinforced nylon shank increases pedaling efficiency
  • The 1000-denier Cordura fabric resists damage from pedal cages, crashes, and nasty bar bathrooms


  • Low-profile design for excellent fit in pedal cages


  • Rubber toe and heel for maximum durability
The Chrome™ Kursk combines the classic look of a casual sneaker with the hardiness of riding shoes. This gives you the freedom to wear them on the road or to the movies.
Ideal for the active cyclist who craves a versatile, yet uniquely stylish shoe.
Features a reflective heel strip to allow for better visibility in low light, as well as a loop to hold laces securely in place and prevent them from being caught in the chain.
Low profile to better fit into a toe cage.
Steel aglets prevent laces from fraying.
Upper is constructed of hardy, weatherproof 1,000 denier cordura.
Contoured, foam insole for a cushioned ride.
Reinforced fiberglass shank with PU crash pad provides extra midsole support.
Skid resistant rubber outsole.
Board lasted sole to prevent petal poke.
100% vulcanized construction.
Hand wash cold with mild (non bleach) detergent using a nylon brush.
Stuff with tissue to dry.
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Chrome Kursk Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

These shoes are pretty cool. The fabric for the uppers is super tough and I do not think that I will be wearing them out anytime soon. With the toughness does come some stiffness so they do take a little while to get broken in so that they move with your fit better. After a few weeks they fit and feel great. I took them on a 60 mile ride over the weekend and the performed admirably.

Benjamin Platte at on 06/12/2013
I have gotten tons of compliments on these shoes (mostly from men). They are really comfortable and I think they are just fine for walking or riding my bike. I have had them about a month so I cannot say how long they will last, but I hope for a long time.
Anonymous - customer at on 03/25/2012

Love 'em. A good stiff sole, comfortable fit, quite water-resistant, tough and durable - what more could you want. They aren't real comfortable for walking in but that's to be expected.

Emma and Jarrod Hall at on 02/07/2013
Great kicks. Very comfortable. The front & side rubber makes it easy to keep clean. Go well with all my jeans.
Anonymous - customer at on 12/04/2011

Neutral Reviews:

This shoe takes a little while to break in but after you do they are pretty comfortable. The rubber toe (top and front) are good for bike clips. The material is pretty durable and has stayed pretty clean. It is not waterproof, but you can bike through a pretty bad downpour and your socks will be dry, although the shoe will be really wet and will need to dry. Unfortunately, despite really wanting to love these shoes, there are major drawbacks. Firstly, the heel is wearing out way to fast for such a pricey shoe. Secondly, there is no loop for the laces to prevent them from being caught in the pedal as the description claims. That is a pretty important for bike shoes. Lastly, Chrome is very popular with the hipsters (I found this out after I bought the shoes) so now I look like the people I hate.
Marc H - customer at on 11/24/2010

They are great for what they were designed for, riding on flat pedals or cages. Walking is a different story. They are still not broken in at the heal and I have several blisters to show for it. I don't mind, I will heal. But if you are planning to walk any distances after getting off your fixie, put another pair of shoes in your messenger bag. These are definitely great bike shoes.

Daniel Moore at on 05/02/2013
These shoes are awful. It's a crying shame too because they look great. The problem is comfort. The soles are like hard rubber blocks, no flex at all. Wearing this shoe is like having my foot inside a brick. I think I'm going to have to send them back.
Anonymous - customer at on 03/16/2011
I've had them a couple of weeks and they're still not broken in. They feel great while riding, but are torture when walking.
Anonymous - customer at on 10/13/2010