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Made exclusively for ASSOS, by cycling shoe pioneer Lake, the ASSOS cyclingSlipper_G1 is a custom-made, road cycling shoe designed to deliver every watt of your power directly to the road. Precisely handcrafted from the softest kangaroo leather, using artisanal shoe manufacturing techniques, this premium cycling shoe features a 100% carbon sole that wraps around your heel and can be moulded for secure and customised fit. No ordinary road cycling shoe, slip on the cyclingSlipper_G1 and you’ll feel the lightness and comfort immediately; the breathable upper is durable, yet supremely soft and the Kangaroo leather liner makes light work of high temperatures - the antibacterial, silver mesh construction enables excellent airflow around the foot. BOA technology, pressure-equalizing closure system allows for micro adjustments, ensuring that over-tightening is never an issue, and the generous footbed allows your toes room to move and breathe. A masterpiece of engineering allowing you to ride further and ride faster every time.
� Precisely handcrafted for ASSOS by Lake. � 100% kangaroo leather upper and lining. � Heat-moulded for a custom fit* . � Kangaroo leather upper is lightweight, breathable, form-fitting, abrasion resistant and antimicrobial treated. � Silver mesh tongue is breathable, abrasion resistant and anti-microbial. � Patent pending 100% carbon fiber outsole with thermo-formable reinforcement material in the heel. � Patent pending 100% carbon fiber sole bed suspends the foot over the outer sole, allowing a more comfortable fit and more ventilation. � Lightweight kangaroo leather lining is, breathable, anti-microbial treated. � Outlast® temperature regulating heel and tongue liners help maintain a comfortable temperature. � Based on Lake’s CFC shoe but with 32 details specified by the ASSOS Werksmannschaft, making this cycling shoe unique to ASSOS. *Put the shoes in the oven at 80°C degrees for 5 minutes. Wear two socks, put the shoe on, sit down with your knees bent at 90 degrees, then use your hands to push or pull the carbon fiber into form where needed. Let it cool down without moving. This process can be repeated as needed, should you ever feel pressure points (after the first 1000 km).