Tuesday, January 5, 2010

For Cyclists Who Stop At Nothing

SIDI wants us to know they have something new for cyclists who are unstoppable even in the coldest rain and snow of winter: new cycling shoes in road (Hydro Gore) and mtn bike/cyclocross (Diablo Gore) versions. These two models have been designed to take on any terrain in all types of weather, even under the most extreme conditions. This is what SIDI has to say:

Made in Gore-Tex, using the structure and technical characteristics that distinguish the entire Sidi Sport line of shoes, these models also feature enviable thermal qualities. The Velcro closure protects the high part of the foot above the arch and reduces the infiltration of cold air and humidity.

These shoes have already been chosen by many professional riders for their winter training regimens, and they are also the perfect choice for all amateurs and cycling tourists who don’t want to sacrifice outdoor riding even in the most challenging weather conditions. Hydro Gore, complete with the millennium 3 sole, is ideal for performance on the road.

Its twin, Diablo Gore, complete with the mtb competition sole, is particularly adapted to fans of off-road and cyclocross.

The SIDI Sports headquarters are in Maser (TV). Alberto Contador visited in November to pickup his new Genius shoes with graphics featuring three crowns: yellow, pink and gold to commemorate his three respective victories in the Tour de France, the Giro d’Italia and the Vuelta a España.

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1 comment:

  1. These look great but perhaps for winter riding around Lake Como. Here in Canada I ride with hiking boots on to get my way through the slush/sand/ice/snow/salt combination that is our winter. The SIDIs just look too nice for this kind of treatment.