Parts & Accessories
Specialized's High Performance Footbeds were developed by biomechanical expert, Dr. Andy Pruitt of the Boulder Center For Sports Medicine. Their amazing, ergonomic shape increases comfort and efficiency while reducing the potential for injury, too. They provide arch support with additional longitudinal arches and metatarsal button support at different levels allowing every rider to achieve a semi-custom fit. You'll be amazed how much nicer your shoes fit and feel!
$29.99 - $39.99
Redesigned for lighter weight and more efficient power transfer. Ergonomically designed & scientifically tested Body Geometry footbeds were co-developed with Andy Pruitt, Director of the Boulder Center for Sports Medicine, to customize fit and measurably improve performance. * Body Geometry footbeds provide longitudinal arch & metatarsal support for a custom fit * By standing on the Specialized Arch-O-Meter, a rider can determine the optimum level of foot contour: + Red = minimal contours for riders that prefer minimal support ++ Blue = moderate (slightly higher longitudinal arch & metatarsal button) = for people with flat to standard arch +++ Green = significant support = for people with standard or high arches * Boody Geometry shim and wedges sold separately
When the trails are wet and sloppy, be prepared with the Proof 2.0 Winter Shoe Covers—designed to prevent cold air from seeping in while remaining flexible enough to allow your feet to move freely so you can focus on what's ahead. The water- and wind-resistant exterior of the Proof 2.0 winter shoe covers is optimized with flex zones in key areas and engineered from a super-stretch neoprene that minimizes bulky feel without compromising warmth. The sole includes a molded rubber bottom to help improve traction and durability when worn over bike shoes. Reflective detailing and locking zipper are the finishing details in this essential winter shoe cover. Fabric: - Water-resistant neoprene fabric with super-stretch neoprene flex zones at ankle and YKK locking zipper - 80% neoprene - 15% nylon - 5% rubber - Durable walking pads - Temperature rating of 20° – 45° F / -6° – 7° C
Let's get real; toe covers are a great way to deal with cold weather. They can be pulled over the toe of most cycling shoes and left on for the whole winter, and people do more miles on 45-degree days than they do on 25-degree days (even in Canada). Our toe cover uses our AmFIB softshell fabric to keep out the wind and rain and we positioned the band to sit behind toe spikes so that they will work with road or mountain shoes. Kevlar on the underside increases durability while the hook-and-loop closure makes the fit adjustable and the mounting quick. - AmFIB Softshell provides superior wind and water protection. - Innovative power-band secures front of shoe cover under toes. - Kevlar bottom with hook-and-loop closure allows easy on and off. - BioViz reflective elements for low-light visibility. - For road or mountain bike shoes.
Coffee Shop Caps keep dirt and mud out of your Zero cleats when you're off the bike, and give you traction when walking on uncarpeted surfaces. Made of high-traction molded polymer.
Born out of necessity during wet and muddy Midwest gravel races, our Gravel Gaiter keeps mud, sand and gravel out of your shoes. We took inspiration from the scree gaiters used by trail runners to develop a cycling-specific version that provides maximum breathability and durability so you can ride through the worst conditions. A locking zipper keeps the Gravel Gaiter securely in place and the Hypalon midfoot strap won't get in the way during treacherous hike-a-bike sections.
Look Style Cleat with 9d float
$35.00 $70.00 50% Off
Keep your toes toasty in harsh conditions with Pearl Izumi's Elite Softshell MTB Shoe Covers. Their 3-layer wind and waterproof Softshell fabric makes these booties extremely warm. Plus, these fine covers have tall cuffs to seal out the elements, reflective accents for visibility, Kevlar bottoms that fit treaded mountain bike shoes, and 2-stage hook-and-loop closures for easy on/off.
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