It has several well thought out features including a highly abrasion and water- resistant outsole, walk compatible shank, and a unique Speed Lace lacing system.
A shoe for riding, digging and everything in between.
New ION Scrub Amp body armor deliver the protection you need for enduro & fast all-mountain riding, without the bulk of conventional hardshell armor.
The Powerlines are a mid-grip shoe, with loads of ankle support, comfortable D3o padding, a low weight, and clean aesthetics.
Ride Concepts' new Vice shoe offers great pedal feel and comes in a wide range of sizes.
I've only had a pair of Ride Concepts new Vice shoe for a couple of days, but I'm already smitten.
Developed specifically for dirt jumping, slopestyle and BMX, the Vice puts a little tech twist on the classic skate shoe.
Flylow’s Davis jacket is the brand’s air-permeable windbreaker that can be packed tightly in your riding pack year-round.
The Wild Rye Sandia offers superb protection from the elements, and you won't overheat while wearing it despite its long sleeves.
There’s enough storage that you can ditch your hydration pack for most rides.
The DBX 3.0 offers excellent pedal grip, specifically with concave pedals thanks to their medium-hard flex control shank.
Hailing from the heart of the BC mountain bike scene, ENNEF Design Corp knows gravity gear.
The Marana Mid Crank was released by Etnies last year, taking the classic Marana mid profile and adding a myriad of bike-specific features without spoiling the looks.
Chromag has all the gear for any riding occasion with its new line.
Weighing the trade-off between marinating in some you-stew and long days pedaling in the solid fit and mobility of Leatt's well-built gravity shorts.
There are hundreds of options when it comes to mountain bike shorts—it's not easy to stand out. Here's how the Gore C5 shorts did it.
TLD's latest women's mountain bike apparel is some of their best yet. Let's take a closer look at Lilium and Luxe.
Step right up—the updated Ion Scrub Amp, the latest flat-pedal shoe to take on category leader Five Ten, looks to gain a slice of the growing market.
For $19.99 Leatt has made a really solid offering for an affordable mountain bike jacket and rain shell.
If you aren’t a hardcore shredder skidding through boulder fields or frequently dabbing in root balls, then perhaps this is your dream shoe.