Review: Ride Concepts Women’s Vice Shoe

Review: Ride Concepts Women’s Vice Shoe – Singletrack World Magazine
This review was featured as part of the Kit Essentials group test in issue 142 of Singletrack World. Pleasantly surprising and stylish performer Price: £89.95 From: silverfish-uk.com Tested By: Hannah I was a little skeptical about how well these casual shoes with suede uppers would work on the runway, but I was pleasantly surprised. The Ride Concepts Vice shoe was instantly comfortable, snug in the ankle but with room for the toes. There’s room to cinch down a waterproof sock if you like, but the laces will also tighten them up enough to ride – or hang out – with your regular socks. In addition to the D30 and EVA sole protection, the toe box is reinforced, making them more robust than their urban style suggests. Above all, the sole is so sticky; attached enough to the bike to give confidence, but with the ability to adjust foot placement on the fly if needed. They’re also one point Goldilocks for stiffness – there’s enough flex to feel the pedal as you move the bike, but they’re stiff enough to pedal…
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