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Ride Concepts

Ride Concepts Livewire Shoes Youth charcoal/red (2021)

ID: 1084571
£89.99
£63.99
- 28%
Incl. VAT, excl. shipping costs
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Size information : Normal cut

Fit : Normal

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Product Description
The Wildcat is the cool bigger brother of the Livewire, more stiffness and higher ankle protection, sticky sole - a flatpedal monster.

Details

  • Rubber Kinetics / DST 6.0 HIGH GRIP rubber sole
  • D3O High Impact Zone Insole Technology
  • Robust, synthetic upper side with abrasion-resistant mesh
  • Custom made toe and ankle protection
  • EVA insole supports the foot and absorbs shocks
  • All-round tongue prevents dirt from getting into the shoe
  • Youth-specific fit
  • Normal size
  • Straight cut for normal freedom of movement
Specifications
Intended use
MTB, Freeride / Downhill
Main Information
Season: Year-round items  
Pedal System
shoe type: For platform pedals
Cleat mounting: None
Sole
Sole Type: Medium / soft  
Equipment
Closing system: Shoe laces  
Weight
Weight per pair: 318 g
Measured size: 35
Material
Surface coating: PU  
Gender
Children
Model year
2021
Product number
1084571
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