Bontrager Circuit Road Shoes
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Pros & ConsPros & Cons
- The Boa-System allows you to optimally adjust the fit of the shoe.
- This cycling shoe can be used with both two bolt SPD and three bolt cleats.
- The sole has good stiffness, allowing you to efficiently transfer power to your pedals.
- The thicker upper edge, on the tongue of the shoe, makes the pedal stroke more difficult to finish for people with a high instep.
|Pedal type||2-point attachment / 3-point attachment|
|Type of closure||Dial|
The Bontrager Circuit shoes have been completely redesigned for 2018. Despite the fact that these are still entry-level shoes in the Bontrager shoe collection, they're beautiful items. They come with the same Boa L6 Dial retention system used on many high-end cycling shoes. The looks aren't any less appealing either, and the Circuit comes in 2 cool colours. The sole offers plenty of rigidity to ensure an effective power transfer to the pedals.
These shoes are suited for SPD as well as SPD-SL. However, the shoes are best used with SPD-SL pedals because the sole is very slippery when used with SPD. In addition, an adapter is needed to make the shoes compatible with SPD.
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!