As a dedicated winter rider who pedals up frozen streams and across snowy singletrack, you know the way important it’s to have warm footwear that protects your feet. Lake was once one of the vital first companies to make a dedicated winter cycling boot, and the new MXZ304 is their best one yet. A larger BOA dial is moved to the front of the tongue, making it easier to make use of with winter gloves and providing a more even tension across the top of your foot. Another way the construction remains similar the previous model, consisting of Pittards leather that recreates the shape of your foot for optimal comfort, and a heavy-duty Vibram outsole that provides maximum traction both off and on the bike. Plus, they are filled with lightweight Thinsulate insulation, keeping your toes warm when you find yourself out in the snowy woods for hours at a time.
Upper Material: PittardsA WR100 leather, HelcorA abrasion-resistant toe and ankle guard
Lining: [lining] OutlastA temperature regulating liner, [toe box] 3MA ThinsulateA lining
Closure: BOAA dial, hook-and-loop strap
Footbed: Thermosol composoite insulated insole
Midsole: fiberglass-injected high-have an effect on nylon