Northwave Flash TH Road Shoes
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Pros & ConsPros & Cons
- Comfortably warm racing shoes for when it's really cold but you still want to take the bike out for a ride.
- The extra thermal coating on the front of the shoes ensures your feet stay nice and warm.
- Rain can run down into the shoes from the top, so shoe covers are recommended on rainy days.
|Collection||Autumn / Winter 2019/2020|
|Season||Spring / Autumn|
|Shoe Width||Wide / Average|
The Northwave Flash TH shoes have been fitted with the latest closing mechanism seen on the top-end shoes to achieve the ideal pressure distribution across the top of your foot. This latest technology combined with the carbon sole and comfortable insole gives the Flash TH its incredibly comfortable fit. The Northwave cycling shoes are suited for moderate to wide feet.
The Northwave Flash TH cycling shoes were specifically designed for winter and cold spring and autumn days. The extra thermal coating at the front of the shoes ensures your feet stay warm and comfortable without you having to put on extra tall winter shoes.
Extensive explanation size in cm
The size denoted in cm tells you how long the shoe is. This size was taken on the inside of the shoe measuring from the heel to the toes. In order to determine what size you’ll need, you can measure your own foot. Do this by placing a piece of paper on the floor tucked against the wall. Stand on the paper with your heel against the wall. Draw a line at your big toe. Measure the distance between that and the wall, and add approximately 5 mm. The number of centimeters is the size in centimeters found on our website. Which specific EU/UK size you need can differ between brands. This is because each brand uses their own boot tree, causing the shoe to be bigger or smaller than the size would suggest. This is why we’ve added the size in centimeters for all of our shoes. We’ve also categorised our shoes in three different groups: narrow, medium, and wide. In order to determine the width of your foot, you can use this table. Read all about it on our blog!