30 Aug '12, 10pm

Eurobike 2012: Fizik K1 Tri Shoe: The stylish Italian company has adapted their road shoe technology to create a...

Eurobike 2012: Fizik K1 Tri Shoe: The stylish Italian company has adapted their road shoe technology to create a...

The stylish Italian company has adapted their road shoe technology to create a multi-sport version. Built on the same lasts as the men’s and women’s road shoes, the Fizik K1 uses their “sailcloth” material to create two Velcro closure straps. One adjusts forefoot fit and the other secures the foot; the retention system is fairly typical. The big strap is tapered with the intention of preventing it from pulling out of the loop, but the strap has no tab and pulls out with little force.

Full article: http://triathlon.competitor.com/2012/08/gear-tech/eurobik...

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