Ribble Countdown Clearance - Footwear
Thursday, November 8, 2018 - 11:19
Ribble's brilliant Countdown Clearance Sales continue and this time, you can bag yourself a fancy new pair of shoes!
The prices will drop every day for 7 days, however, when the stock is gone it’s GONE.
The sale is pretty big so we've picked out some of our favourite deals. To see the full sale, click here.
Shimano RP-9 SPD-SL
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Sitting just below the S-Phyre model in Shimano's line up, the RP9 gets a load of great features for a fraction of the price.
The upper and the insole are both heat moldable which offers an incredibly personal fit for maximum comfort.
The stiff carbon sole isn't harsh at all which makes these shoes perfect for long days in challenging terrain.
Giro Empire ACC 2017
When Giro launched the Empire shoes, they were a blast from the past and reminded us why we love lace closure systems so much.
Down the length of the shoe, the fit can be customised and the spread of pressure is brilliant.
As a secondary benefit, these shoes look really classy, while also providing great performance.
Sidi Ladies Genius 7
Sidi are well known as being a very popular choice among the pro peloton.
The Genius 7 offers a lot of the features of the pro-level shoes but at a more attractive price point.
This ladies-specific model offers a great fit with the main buckle and two high-security velcro closure tabs.
Sidi Wire Carbon Air Vernice
Taking heel retention to the next level are these Sidi Wire shoes.
The device at the back of the shoe can be tightened to lock the heel into place comfortably, vastly improving pedalling efficiency with no heel slip.
That's not only great for regular riding, it's brilliant for maximal efforts like sprints. The protective pads at the heel and toe can be replaced, extending the life of these great shoes.
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