Style number : 1487263
TechEnduro can no longer be considered a marginal discipline of mountain biking and the Onyx shoe is there to meet the needs of this new riding style. Thus the Onyx is designed to be comfortable and efficient when riding. Its hiking outsole ensures flexibility when it's necessary to walk and to go full throttle when the trail feels like it.
- STD FIT: Roomier fit offers more comfort for all-day riding
- Upper: Synthetic leather with toe protection provides comfort and durability
- Power Zone: Increased arch support and power transfer
- Closure system: Easy to replace Boa® IP1-S two-way micro-adjustment with velcro strap
- Heel retention: HRS-90 with 0.4 mm membrane stabilizes heel
- Outsole: VIBRAM with special compound for traction in any condition
- Safety: Reflective heel
- Cleats: SPD cleats fit all major MTB pedals
- Weight: 425 g/15 oz (size 42)
- Sizing Chart
Great performance without compromising comfort.
If you are purchasing a pair of SHOES, please note that we have updated our shoe sizing over the past two seasons. To ensure that you get the correct size, please follow THIS GUIDE and actually measure your feet to get the “LG Measure” that is best suited to you.
(revised March 2016)
LG (EURO) MEN (US) WOMEN (US) UK 36 4 6 3 37 4.5 6.5 3.5 38 5 7 4 38.5 5.5 7.5 4.5 39 6 8 5 39.5 6.5 8.5 5.5 40 7 9 6 40.5 7.5 9.5 6.5 41 8 10 7 41.5 8.5 10.5 7.5 42 9 11 8 42.5 9.25 11.25 8.25 43 9.5 11.5 8.5 43.5 9.75 - 8.75 44 10 - 9 44.5 10.5 - 9.5 45 10.75 - 9.75 45.5 11 - 10 46 11.5 - 10.5 46.5 11.75 - 10.75 47 12 - 11 48 12.5 - 11.5 49 13 - 12 50 13.5 - 12.5
DescriptionEnduro can no longer be considered a marginal discipline of mountain biking and the Onyx shoe is there to meet the needs of this new riding style. Thus the Onyx is designed to be comfortable and efficient when riding. Its hiking outsole ensures flexibility when it's necessary to walk and to go full throttle when the trail feels like it.
2 Customer Review(s)Good: wide-ish toe box, BOA makes adjustment while riding straightforward, sufficiently rigid sole. Good in wet weather.
Bad: biggest complaint is use of glued-on rubber sole around cleat holes - moves with not a lot of force, resulting in cleat orientation moving as well. Glued-on rubber sole has moved underneath the Vibram sole on my shoes. Not recommended for people with high pedal spring tension or sprinters' legs. Also on the heavy side, but a minor negative compared to moving parts that shouldn't.
Quality Price ValueGood: Boa lacing, Vibrax sole with some toe flex, rigid sole for a good power transfer, tough construction, looks
Bad: extremely heavy (over 540g for a size 47 with the cleat)
I recommend this for weekend enduro/cross trails and for dealing with the snow at the Pentathlon des Neiges, but not for competitive cyclocross racing (the Copper T-Flex would be better but is much more expensive).
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