20% off Northwave Flash GTX Winter Cycling Boots

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Warm toes at last

If you struggle with cold toes on winter rides then why not get some winter boots?

Northwave Flash GTX Winter Boots
£151.99
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In the depths of winter, there's nothing quite like layering up on a Sunday morning for a nice long, gentle ride. Ideally, the weather will be a few degrees about freezing with clear skies and the low, hazy sun that won't trouble the frosty grass. Well, that's the scenario we'd like. 

69% off Easton EC90 SL Disc Carbon Clincher Road Wheelset

Back in the land of reality and most winter rides are spent trying to keep hands and feet from freezing off! The roads are usually covered in grit and once your feet get wet, they're doomed to going numb.

Up to 70% off in the Science In Sport Cycling Nutrition Clearance Sale

Winter boots are a great option for dealing with the majority of winter riding here in the UK. The Northwave Flash GTX is a lightweight option that can be layered depending on the weather, much like a jacket.

56% off DT Swiss RR 511 Clincher Road Wheelset

For the majority of winter weather where it's not too cold, we'd pair these with standard cycling socks, switching them out for woollier socks when the temperatures really drop.

21% off Tacx Neo 2 Smart Trainer

The shoes are made using a carbon sole, so you're not losing any performance. A water and windproof Gore-Tex® Pique membrane works to keep your feet warm. It'll also see off a good amount of rain and wheel-spray, but for really rainy days, we'd recommend layering a waterproof overshoe on top.

49% off Pinarello Dogma F8 Disc Carbon Road Frameset

Northwave's own SLW2 dial takes care of retention, spreading pressure evenly across the top of the foot. The Flash GTX also offers a bit of visibility with reflective inserts all around the shoe.

Northwave Flash GTX Winter Boots
£151.99
Commerce content is independent of editorial, and Farrelly Atkinson earns commission from promoted products

About Northwave

Started by Italian Gianni Piva in the 1980s, Northwave Sportswear began life making boots for the newly developed sport of snowboarding, quickly gaining recognition as one of the leading extreme sports brands.

By the early 1990s Piva had been drawn into the world of cycling and having seen great success in the action sports industry, decided to begin development and manufacture of high end cycling shoes.

Northwave has always been recognized as a byword for top quality, offering a complete range that features on going improvements thanks to the constant introduction of innovative solutions.

Over the years Northwave shoes have been worn by some of the greats of the sport including Mario Cipollini, Tom Boonen, Peter Van Petegem, Fabian Cancellara, Frank and Andy Schleck, Alejandro Valverde and Tom Dumoulin. 

Northwave have since expanded their range from exclusively making footwear, to producing a whole range of cycling clothing and attire. With their range now including jerseys, jackets, shorts, bib tights, warmers, socks and even eyewear, Northwave can honestly say that they provide its customers with apparel from head to toe.

About Wiggle

Wiggle started out as a small independent bike shop called ‘Butler Cycles’ - based in Portsmouth, UK.

Mitch Dall, the founder of Wiggle, bought the shop in 1995; it had already been trading for over 50 years. After the purchase, the shop moved premises, but remained a bike retailer; it also changed names to “Bikes @ Butlers” to reflect a new interest in online trading.

‘Wiggle’ officially started trading on 28th May 1999, after investment from founders Mitch Dall and Harvey Jones. Harvey was an internet enthusiast, and was keen to develop a business that would have a strong online presence.

In 2002, a larger base in Portsmouth was identified, as an opportunity to take the young and fun online sports retailer to the next level. Wiggle continued to experience impressive growth in the 2000’s, and was adding one new brand a week to keep up with consumer demand.

In February 2016, the merger of Wiggle and Chain Reaction Cycles was announced; combining the two largest companies in the UK online cycle retail market. Wiggle remains a separate brand and website from Chain Reaction Cycles, despite the two companies being integrated in terms of stock holding and finances. The combined Wiggle CRC group generates an annual revenue of over £400 million.

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