Northwave Extreme Tri Shoes

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The Northwave Extreme Triathlon shoe combines the most advanced design and cutting edge technology to produce the lightest, stiffest and fastest Tri-Sports specific cycling shoe on the market.

Top Features of the Northwave Extreme Triathlon Shoes

Ultralight carbon sole
Ultralight microfibre BioMap Upper without stitching
Extreme Air Footbed
2 Strap closure with patches for side locking
Weight: 218 grams
Cleats not included

Product Data

Cleat Fitting - 3 Bolt Look Type: Yes
Sole Material: Carbon fibre
Use: Triathlon
High Visibility: No
Road: Yes

BioMap Technology
Your energy is precious, never waste it. That’s why Northwave shoes are designed with BioMap technology. Northwave soles, uppers and all their components are anatomically compatible with every cyclist’s feet and are designed to keep the foot in the right position while pedaling, transmitting power directly to the pedals without wasting any energy.

No Stitching Upper
The upper has been designed as a single shell with minimal stitching for absolute lightness and comfort. The supple microfibre is rigorously tested for abrasion resistance, tear strength and elasticity. The last is built on the Northwave Biomap principle using extensive bio-mechanical analysis and development with top athletes to produce an outstanding fit, positioning and comfort.

Ultralight Carbon Sole
A super advanced sole with unrivaled weight, stiffness and thickness for elite racing performance. The 12:3 full carbon layup provides exceptional rigidity at an extremely low thickness, this gives incredible power transfer and a super low stack height for a totally connected pedaling feel. The sole and footbed feature ventilation channels to provide cooling airflow and moisture transfer in hot conditions and hard efforts.

Extreme Air Insole
A state-of-the-art ultralight arch support with an anti-allergenic and anti bacterial construction. It features numerous vents to guarantee exceptional ventilation and evaporation.