DMT must be taking design queues from the apparition of Steve Jobs these days, because the Italian brand no sooner launches one innovative cycling shoe, they’re already fast at work creating an even more spectacular version of it. Kind of like what Apple does with its products, only DMT’s products made by properly paid adults in Italy. 😉
The latest kicks to join DMT’s range of road shoes are the SH1 and KR3, exhibiting the same sophisticated materials and innovative design the Verona-based company has become renown for.
The SH1 follows suit with previous models such as the R1 and D1, offering a traditional road shoe design, albeit with updated features such as DMT’s Engineered 3D knit construction and a dual Boa retention system, along with a microfiber construction for maximum support.
Power transfer is handled via a super, rigid full carbon sole, providing 8mm of cleat adjustability.
The SH1 sells for $349, and it’s available in sizes ranging from 37 to 47, as well as half sizes from 37.5 to 45.5.
The KR3 receives a trickle-down effect from DMT’s KR1, featuring the same Engineered Knit upper and one dial Boa Fit System as its flagship sibling, but with a more cost effective Aerated carbon sole.
The KR3 sells for $299, which is available in an array of sizes, ranging from 37 to 47, with half sizes from 40.5 to 45.5.
You can learn more the SH1 and KR3 by visiting ALE Bike Wear in the USA, or DMT’s website.
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