Hop on your bike in style and give your peformance a boost with men's cycling shoes from brands like Ride, Etnies, Ion and Giro. Grab some sweet socks while you're at it, we've got Stance, OneUp and Mons Royale to keep your feet dry and comfortable. While you're at it, take a gander at our sweet selection of bike shorts, bike gloves and bike jerseys.

Ride Concepts Vice Mid

Evolved from the popular low top Vice, Vice Mid flies casually but packs a punch with a protective mid-top upper and internal toe protection.


Etnies Johansson Pro MTB Shoe

Designed by Emil Johansson


Etnies Semenuk Pro MTB Shoe

Designed by Brandon Semenuk himself, This shoe has an outsole tread pattern designed for multi-placement pedals with Force Shield reinforced upper.


Mons Royale Atlas Merino Crew Sock

Engineered for high performance and comfort.


Ion Seek MTB Flat Pedal Bike Shoe

Urban-inspired flat-pedal bike shoe with classic lace closure system.


Ion Seek Amp MTB Flat Pedal Bike Shoe

Urban-inspired flat-pedal bike shoe with classic lace closure system.


Ion Scrub Select MTB Flat Pedal Bike Shoe

True to ION's perfect mixture of grip, durability, usability and style the flat pedal shoes keep evolving.


Ride Concepts Men's Hellion Elite Shoe

The lightweight, no compromise, all-mountain flat pedal shoe.


Ride Concepts Men's Livewire Shoe

The approachable, uncompromised flat pedal shoe.


Ride Concepts Men's Vice Shoe

Developed with Dirt, Jump, Slopestyle and BMX athletes, who value pedal feel and compliance above all else.


Ride Concepts Men's Powerline Shoe

Designed for hard chargers who require all-day comfort and grip, the Powerline introduces a new class of pedal superiority.


Giro Jacket II Bike Shoe

Sick of bobbing around over your pedals when the trail, dirt jumps or pump track gets bumpy? Then lace up a pair of purpose built send kicks like the Giro Jacket II Bike Shoes. Boasting a padded, comfortable fit and Vibram® outsoles, these dirt slippers h

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