About Northwave Extreme GT 3 Shoes-Black/Ridescent
Morph Carbon 12 AAS sole with full-carbon insert in the pedal area with a stiffness index of 12.0. The exclusive Anatomical Arch Support® made of TPU, allows the shoe to perfectly shape on the bow arch, making it the ideal sole for any type of foot.
Speedplay adapter compatible for the lowest stack height between foot and pedal Made with the patented XFrame 2® construction, the upper transfers every watt of power while providing the snuggest, even fit with no pressure points. The double SLW3 dial differentiates the pressure between the top of the instep and the toe for even better adaptability Double SLW3 dial, the only dial with step-by-step and full release in a single button.
- Integrated heel system containing directional fibre prevents any slipping
- Performance Regular footbed provides greater support
- Redesigned overlap for improving fit and control on the pedals
- New no-stich heel design guarantee comfort and a second skin effect
- The perforated upper surface ensure optimal ventilation.
- Recommended Use- Road
- Gender- Men
- StifFness Index- 12
- Sole Material- Carbon
- Upper Construction- XFrame 2® construction
- Closure System- Dial
- Cleat Attachment- 3 Hole
- Fit- Snug
What is Cycling Shoes?
Cycling shoes are shoes purpose-built for cycling. There are a variety of designs depending on the type and intensity of the cycling for which they are intended. Key features include rigidity, for more-efficient transfer of power from the cyclist to the pedals, weight, a method of attaching the shoe firmly to the pedal and adaptability for use on and off the bicycle. Most high-performance cycling shoes can be adjusted while in use, via a quick-adjusting system that has largely replaced laces.
About Northwave Brand
Northwave is a sporting equipment manufacturer, and was started in Montebelluna, Italy by Gianni Piva and is owned by the Piva family.The company first started out as a shoe manufacturer in the early 1980s, when they produced shoes for other companies. In the late 1980s when snowboarding was first starting to take form, Piva started to manufacture snowboard boots for other snowboard companies. After doing extensive R&D, he began to develop his own brand of boots.