Continuing our quest to cover obscure sub-genres of flat-pedal shoes, we brought together a couple waterproof options, just in time for April showers. Travis Engel took the opportunity during a rainy and snowy California winter to dip his toe in models from Five Ten and Leatt. Turns out he had a hard time picking a favorite, because they’re both very special in their own way.
Once the high country melts here in Santa Fe, it’s singletrack 24/7 in the Land of Enchantment. Santa Fe is a MTB town with trails accessible right from your front door. Because of this accessibility, I put a lot of miles on my gear in our summer season. I wanted to offer a quick rundown of some of my favorite new accessories and apparel items I’ve enjoyed over the past few months…
With the holidays approaching we like to spend some time looking back at 2021 and give some of our favorite products a shout-out. In this post, we look at John’s personal favorite products of the year. Some are cycling-related, others are just solid staples John’s enjoyed using this year, so let’s get to it!
Using the same tech as Five Ten‘s parent company, Adidas and its Terrex hikers, the new Gore-Tex Trailcross from Five Ten is arriving just in time for autumnal slop. Complete with a neoprene cuff to keep muck out, a completely waterproof body, grippy soles and drain ports in the shoe to allow water that does get in to escape, the Gore-Tex Trailcross looks to be an ample ally in wet conditions.
Available now through your local dealers.