50% off Fizik R4B Carbon Road Cycling Shoes

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If you want shoes with BoA dials and a stiff carbon sole, this is a great option.

Fizik shoes are made really well and this R4B gets a load of trickle-down tech from the more expensive models.

Fizik R4B Road Shoes
£94.99
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The R4B sits above the R5 the base model of Fizik's R range. It's far from a basic shoe though, as it takes a lot of tech from the R1 and R3 shoes.

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Firstly, the upper is a laser-perforated Microtex material taken, interestingly, from Fizik's saddles. This provides a very supple upper that forms to the foot, giving tons of comfort.

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The sole is a carbon injected outsole that provides enough stiffness for comfortable feet. The nylon element helps by dampening road buzz, stopping it reaching your foot.

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You also get the incremental closure of a BOA IP1 dial for maximum comfort. At half price, this is a brilliant bargain.

Fizik R4B Road Shoes
£94.99
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