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Ride Concepts Powerline Flat Shoes

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Description

The Ride Concepts Flow Powerline shoes are flat pedal shoes designed for shredders by shredders. With a rugged construction, super grippy sole and an abundance of features like an asymmetrical collar and D3O shock absorbing insoles, they not only look good but will keep your feet planted, so you can keep crushing trails.

Who's It For: Perfect for Trail, Enduro or Downhill riders looking for a flat pedal shoe full of features.

Pedal Interface: Flat pedals only.

Closure: They feature a standard lace up closure, with a fully gusseted tongue to prevent any debris or dirt getting in.

Upper Materials: Features a durable, ventilated synthetic upper with anti abrasion mesh. The materials used allow the shoes to dry quickly after riding in wet conditions and the ventilation allows them to breath during your ride. The featured asymmetrical medial collar offers additional shock absorption and protection on the inner side of the shoes.

Sole Materials: They feature a DST 4.0 Max Grip compound rubber out sole with a molded rubber toecap for added protection. This is the softest and tackiest compound they offer for maximum grip on the pedals. They have a raised EVA midsole for extra stability and shock absorption. 

Sole Type: The hexagon patterned tread allows for deep penetration of pedal pins and together with the Max Grip rubber compound offers exceptional levels of grip. The inner sole features shock absorbing D3O technology to keep you comfortable, even on the big hits.

Weight: The weight is not listed by Ride Concepts.

Fit Type: They feature a male specific Tech fit.

Pros: So much grip! They feature Ride Concepts grippiest rubber, they are durable, and full of shock absorbing technology. 

Cons: They are probably a bit bulky for XC style riding.

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Mixed bag

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Bought this shoes after wearing through my previous pair of flatlines.

The shoe ticks so many of the right boxes. They look great in my opinion, lots of protection, very very comfortable, close to perfect fit, warm but not sweaty, relatively light (398g per shoe, size 42) and well put together. They grip very well also, I can't imagine needing more.

The soles are thick and normally thick soles mean stiff soles so although you tend to loose pedal feedback you gain that solid platform feel on the pedal. Unfortunately not here, the sole is both thick and relatively soft. This results in a complete lack of pedal feedback and there's enough bend in the sole to notice slight discomfort after long durations on your feet. I find I need to focus more on foot position and weighting than my older shoes which were certainly not as sticky. The shoe often feels like it's ejecting off the pedal, but I attribute this to the lack of feel.

A grippy and protective MTB shoe

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These shoes have great grip on the pedal. They are super protective with a sturdy toe cap. They are true to size. I am a 12 in nike, addidas, asics. In a size 12 in Ride Concepts they are just marginally smaller, which i think is due to the solid toe cap. Well worth the money.

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Mixed bag

by

Bought this shoes after wearing through my previous pair of flatlines.

The shoe ticks so many of the right boxes. They look great in my opinion, lots of protection, very very comfortable, close to perfect fit, warm but not sweaty, relatively light (398g per shoe, size 42) and well put together. They grip very well also, I can't imagine needing more.

The soles are thick and normally thick soles mean stiff soles so although you tend to loose pedal feedback you gain that solid platform feel on the pedal. Unfortunately not here, the sole is both thick and relatively soft. This results in a complete lack of pedal feedback and there's enough bend in the sole to notice slight discomfort after long durations on your feet. I find I need to focus more on foot position and weighting than my older shoes which were certainly not as sticky. The shoe often feels like it's ejecting off the pedal, but I attribute this to the lack of feel.

A grippy and protective MTB shoe

by

These shoes have great grip on the pedal. They are super protective with a sturdy toe cap. They are true to size. I am a 12 in nike, addidas, asics. In a size 12 in Ride Concepts they are just marginally smaller, which i think is due to the solid toe cap. Well worth the money.

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Ride Concepts Powerline Flat ShoesRCFLWPWRLNSH
Black - Charcoal - US 10.0810002571558
Black - Charcoal - US 10.5810002571565
Black - Charcoal - US 11.0810002571572
Black - Charcoal - US 12.0810002571596
Black - Charcoal - US 9.5810002571541
Charcoal - Orange - US 10.0810002571794
Charcoal - Orange - US 10.5810002571800
Charcoal - Orange - US 11.0810002571817
Charcoal - Orange - US 11.5810002571824
Charcoal - Orange - US 12.0810002571831
Charcoal - Orange - US 9.0810002571770
Charcoal - Orange - US 9.5810002571787

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