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David Millar’s Girona-based cycling clothing and lifestyle brand CHPT3 has just added shoes to their line-up, with the new Transit. Described as a performance urban cycling shoe for riding clipped in or on flat pedals, CHPT3 says their new Transit sneakers are actually the “world’s first cycling shoe you can wear all day”. Plus, if you act fast and buy one of the first pairs, you can gain early access to pre-order an upcoming limited edition Brompton x CHPT3 V4 folding bike. CHPT3 Transit city riding shoes
c. CHPT3 These new claim to blend classic sneaker style with “technology from professional cycling” to create a casual cycling shoe that truly works well on- and off-the-bike. CHPT3 hypes the unique ‘first-ever’ nature of this combo, although we’ve ridden a number of casual commuter shoes like those from Chrome , Five Ten & Quoc for years.
So what does CHPT3 do that’s unique? Tech details
Designed by James Carnes and his footwear brand Priority Athletic, the CHPT3 Transit shoes do look to pack in some cool tech, maybe most importantly based around the concept of comfortable & silent walking off-the-bike.
That relies on a flexible sneaker sole with a large recess pocket that makes sure your SPD cleats don’t click on the ground as you walk. That deep pocket seems to avoid interference with pedals by pairing an open & flexible tread around the cleat opening – […]
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