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Compare Mountain Bike Flat Shoes for Women

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Score Product Price Our Take
87
$150
Editors' Choice Award
A great choice for beginner through advanced riders looking for a do-it-all shoe that balances grip, power transfer, flex, comfort and durability
85
$120
Top Pick Award
An affordable do-it-all shoe that balances grip, power transfer, comfort, and durability
84
$160
Top Pick Award
A grippy and protective shoe for gravity riding
81
$130
Top Pick Award
A no-slip, confidence inspiring grip, impact absorbing midsole and durable materials make this one of our favorites
78
$100
Best Buy Award
A high-quality, versatile flat pedal shoe at a reasonable price
74
$140
Worthy of consideration for riders seeking freedom on the pedals and a shoe built for durability and protection in a relatively lightweight package
65
$180
Boa lacing makes getting these shoes on and off a breeze, but the sole's design can be an unhappy marriage with non-Crankbrothers pedals
57
$100
While the Stealth rubber is very grippy, we found the shallow pattern of the tread made them less grippy than other Five Tens we tested
55
$130
While we were not a fan of the grip on these shoes, we could still feel the pedal underfoot and think they are a great option for someone who makes frequent foot adjustments
45
$120
We were disappointed with this shoe; the Vibram rubber is slippery, the tread is shallow, and the upper is very stiff

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