Northwave Fahrenheit 2 GTX Winter Road Shoes review
This might not be the biggest saving we’ve ever found, but these boots are SO good it’s worth a mention. I struggled horribly with numb feet until I bought a pair of these boots, they really are that good! I wear mine pretty much all year round, I’ve even worn them for track cycling!
To keep riding the road bike through the winter, you need the warmth and comfort of these boots!
Top Features of the Northwave Fahrenheit 2 GTX Winter Road Shoes
- Weight: 395 gr
- Sole: NRG Air Carbon Reinforced
- Upper: Thermowelded without stitching
- Construction: Gore-Tex® Pique membrane
- Closing System: S.L. System + Power Strap
- Heel: Integrated Heel System
- Footbed: Special G.T.X.
- Suggested Temperature: -10°/+15° C
The first bike Gore-Tex® shoes launched exclusively by Northwave guarantees all-out water protection combined with excellent breathability. All this means top comfort feel on the move with all weather condition. The microclimate created inside the shoe makes you confront the longest trips out without fatiguing or overheating your feet. Northwave & WL Gore winning partners when you’re on the attack.
NRG Air carbon reinforced sole
NRG Air provides increased stiffness thanks to the new blend of nylon reinforced with fiberglass and enriched with carbon. As with the whole road soles collection, it features the AirFlow ventilation system. Vents favour an optimal air flow in and out.
Gore-Tex® Pique Membrane
The Gore-Tex ® Pique membrane shines for its optimal breathability, so as to keep your feet dry and comfortable during all weather cycling. It is well known for it’s great thermal insulation as well: Like all products branded Gore-Tex ®, to meet the high quality standards, all shoe components are combined together with extreme precision to achieve the best performance and are subject to regular quality control checks.
Speed Lace closing system
Speed Lace system is a fast and functional closing system, for a perfect hold on the foot. Just pull the cord and push the mechanism downwards, automatically locking the lacing in place. It is easy to release simply by pressing on the lever and pulling the mechanism upwards.
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