A Shoe for Seattle: Waterproof, Cleat-able, but not ‘Bikey’

We’ve got the new H20 from DZR Shoes many of you have been asking about.  H2OActually had them a few weeks now.  So far, pretty dang popular.

The scoop:

  • seam-sealed
  • highly water-resistant with a waterproof membrane sandwiched between soft sheepskin leather and the inner lining
  • reflective accents on the heels
  • an elastic loop on the tongue to batten down your laces
  • SPD-compatible cycling shoe
  • sole is stiff enough for good power transfer, yet has just enough give for all-day footwear
  • sized for men and women
  • $164

Yep, it’s as though you designed ’em yourself.  Come check them out.

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