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Endura step out with MT500 Burner Clipless and Flats plus Hummvee Flat Pedal MTB Shoe

Endura step out with MT500 Burner Clipless and Flats plus Hummvee Flat Pedal MTB Shoe

Endura has added its very first collection of footwear for mountain biking; the MT500 Burner Flat Pedal Shoe, the Hummvee Flat Pedal Shoe, and the…

Tuesday, Mar 01

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Endura has added its very first collection of footwear for mountain biking; the MT500 Burner Flat Pedal Shoe, the Hummvee Flat Pedal Shoe, and the MT500 Burner Clipless. The new shoe offering means the brand become one of few MTB Apparel outfitters to offer riders a complete head-to-toe setup. With proprietary Sticky Foot Dura and Sticky Foot Grip rubber compounds, as well as a huge emphasis on ergonomics, it’s clear there’s been no corner cutting in the development of these kicks.

While Endura itself has no experience in designing shoes, its parent company, the Pentland Group, has a 100 year history of footwear design, having sold sport and leisure shoes through Kickers, Kangaroos, Ellesse, Lacoste, and others. Leaning on shoe design expertise from the Pentland Group, Endura has created a lineup that focuses on performance, durability and ergonomics, with a huge emphasis placed on that final buzzword. Together with Phil Burt, a person who spent 12 years as head physiotherapist for British Cycling and seven years with Team Sky, Endura has developed its own lasts and EGM insole to maximize fit, comfort and power transfer. Endura athlete Rachel Atherton will make her comeback to World Cup Downhill this season after recovering from a ruptured Achilles tendon, and after taking some time out to have a baby. She is seen here riding her DH bike wearing the Endura Hummvee flat pedal MTB Shoes. Here we have a full breakdown of the technology you’ll find on the Hummvee and MT500 Burner Flat […]

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