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  • Waterproof, oiled full-grain leather upper and Chrome Storm 4-layer breathable waterproof internal membrane with fully seam-taped construction supply maximum waterproofness
  • Skid-resistant contact rubber soles with durable rubber heel cup and reflective safety hit
  • Lace garage keeps laces out of your chainring, and steel aglets prevent lace fraying
  • Built-in foot rocker provides added walking comfort
  • Board-lasted sole with polyurethane sole slam pad eliminates pedal hot spots
  • Vulcanized rubber construction
  • Full-length nylon shank plate adds rigidity for stabiliy
  • Classic work-boot profile
  • Compatible with most clipless pedal systems


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Best Use Urban Cycling
Upper Full-grain leather
Lining Chrome Storm waterproof membrane
Midsole Polyurethane/nylon shank
Outsole Rubber
Waterproof Yes
Cleat Design 2-hole
SPD Compatible Yes
Footwear Closure Lace-up
Gender Men's
Footwear Height Over-the-ankle

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Sizing notes

Truk Pro and Kursk Pro 2.0 fit a half size large.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid shoe, on and off the bike. I got these about two months ago and, asterisk, these are my first clip shoes. As a shoe they look fine and wash clean easily, although the recent winter weather the black does show off road salt until you do. You can walk in them like a sneaker for a fair bit, only noticing a difference at the balls of your feet, where the recessed cleat is more rigid. The tread has good grip even in the snow. Cleat installation is easy and on the bike you get more power and stability. I'm guessing they aren't as efficient while pedaling as a more rigid shoe, but more rigid shoes also don't walk this nicely. Your mileage may vary. As a bike commuter, the shoes have demonstrated that they are waterproof, but since they end at ankle height, you may need to supplement them to prevent water from coming over the top of the shoe.
Date published: 2017-01-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Looks good, Feels Eh? First off, I'll say I'm glad that I bought these online. If I had tried them on in store, I probably wouldn't have bought them. When first trying these on, they felt extremely narrow and put lots of pressure on the sides of my feet. I decided to give them an extended trial and after a few rides and walking around town, they have begun to loosen up and become much more comfortable. You cant pass up the looks. All black, and leather go with just about any casual attire and make me wish chrome made a pair just for street ware. The stiffness of the sole is great and gives lots of support when on the pedals and yet not too stiff when walking around off the bike. Cleats stay well recessed into the shoe and do not make much of trouble for walking unless pivoting on your toe. Only minor issues trying to clip in to pedals, but I chalk that up to getting use to new shoes/cleat placement.
Date published: 2016-11-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Painful to break in, yet waterproof for sure These shoes hurt to break in. And because they are very narrow in profile, you'll suffer more so if you have a wide foot. Basically endure the pain for a solid week or two. Helps if there are rainy days among them to get the elements to do their part in the break in process. But they are waterproof! I like how they look like the more expensive minimal sneakers out there, i.e. Common Projects. I've worn them with causal suits for a dressed down business hipster look. If you work in the creative sector it will go well there. And so they're good shoes for those who bike to work! I use a custom orthotic insert and sized up to 11, without an orthotic a 10.5 would fit me.
Date published: 2017-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Comfortable I found these very comfortable to wear and stiffer than lightweight hikers for Biking, they also look great. I didn't install cleats (yet) so I can't comment. The fit is narrow which is perfect for my feet, like all footwear it's really the fit that matters.
Date published: 2017-06-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Ambitous, but adequate Saying these are waterproof is ambitious at best. The shoes are not vented and seams a sealed, so water does not come in through the base of the shoe. But the tongue and laces are arranged in an awkward way that directs any spray (even the small amount around my fenders) into the shoe. For me, this means that after more than 20 minutes of biking with water on the pavement or decent rain falling the water seeps into the shoe and I have wet feet. For merely wet pavement, they do keep my feet dry. On the bike, they are nice. I like the firm sole and the fit is good once they stretched. Out of the box the toe box was tight but this loosen after 50-75 miles. The back of the show fits kind of loose. As I said, I found the lace arrangement awkward and it is difficult to get the whole shoe snug without an extraordinary amount of time (unless for some reason you are going to wear the shoes all day). Maybe this is why the toe box is made tight. Not great for walking, but not painful. Despite the issues the sale was good and I like the bike feel enough to keep them.
Date published: 2017-05-24
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