Ride Concepts Wildcat Shoes

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DESCRIPTION

Featuring cranked-up stability and ankle protection, its a mid-height, sticky-soled, flat pedal brawler.

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[Jan 03, 2021]
gerryl


OVERALL
RATING
4
Strength:

Purchased the mens Wildcat in August 2020 and have been using the shoes for about 6 months now. I ride for fun & exercise and average 30-50 miles / month in the winter and 100 miles / month in spring, summer, fall. I always use flat pedals and my prior shoes have been a light hiking shoe/boot or 5-10 spitfires. I tend to like more support and used hiking shoes for years. They have been used in very dusty conditions, fall riding, and now winter snow / slush / mud. They seem very well made. Have used them for trail maintenance projects as well. Was never really sold on the mountain bike shoe marketing as something you need, but they were on sale and for the price could not find a light hiking boot/shoe. I usually wear an 11.5, went with size 12 because I need a heavier sock for cold/wet winter riding. Pros, good ankle protection, comfortable, velco strap across the top of the foot is a nice, rubber sole is fine, not too soft, and no problems after 6 months of heavy use on flat pedals, and nothing coming apart. So, 4 out of 5 stars. They are a good shoe. Only reason I did not rate a 5 out 5 is because I want to see if they hold up after a full year of heavy use!

Weakness:

None so far, but only 6 months of use! Will update once I have had these a year.

Price Paid:
$95 on sale
Purchased:
New  
Model Year:
2020
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