Giant has a new range of cycling shoes. Inside we take a quick look at their new flat pedal shoe called the Shuttle Flat.
Adam Craig has been instrumental in the development of the Shuttle Flat. He uses it for trail building and riding as well.
Listen along with Ewan and Adam as they walk you through the features of the shuttle flat.
This is an all-around versatile shoe. Designed for park riding, trail building, dh, dirt jumping, or just hanging out in the shop.
The sticky GripR rubber is contained to the center area of the shoe with a harder durometer material in the toe and heel area.
The insole is a bit unique as its built up more than your usual the EVA cushion is built into the insole itself with some extra padding in the heel/toe area.
Hydrophoic properties are built into this shoe with the polypropylene laces and hydrophobic upper to help the shoe dry quickly and resist getting soaked when things get wet. There is a little pocket to tuck the laces into as well to keep them secured.
Pricing on the shoe will be $130 and will be available in May.