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Five Ten Trailcross XT flat shoe

The Trailcross XT is easily the grippiest flat pedal shoe Five Ten makes, the secret source being the latest Stealth Phantom rubber with a squidgy 55a compound and the usual…

£140.00
Score 10

Endura MT500 Burner Flat Shoe

The Endura MT500 Burner shoe is available in a clip-in option, as ridden by the Atherton Team, including Andreas Kolb, Charlie Hatton and Rachel Atherton herself, and the flat pedal…

£119.99
Score 5

Northwave Tailwhip flat shoe

The skate-inspired Northwave Tailwhip uses a canvas upper with Michelin rubber sole. Considering the materials and simplicity it’s relatively heavy for a flat shoe at 829g a pair. There’s a…

£98.99
Score 6

Crankbrothers Stamp Street Fabio shoe

Fabio Wibmer needs no introduction. Along with a full-time job designing signature shoes and pedals for Crankbrothers, bikes for Canyon, brakes for Magura, and goggles for POC, he still finds…

£124.99
Score 7

Leatt Shoe 2.0 Flat

This is the updated version of a shoe we tested previously, rating it a 7/10 and complaining that the sole was – guess what – not grippy enough. This new…

£109.99
Score 7

Fox Union Flat Shoe

Fox might be better known for its riding apparel and helmets, but it’s no stranger to footwear. Not only has the brand been making motocross boots for ages, it also…

£129.99
Score 9

Shimano GR9 Flat Pedal MTB Shoes

Since the last time we tested Shimano’s flagship flat shoe, the company has made a couple of changes. This shoe has now been renamed the GR9, it has a new…

£139.99
Score 7

Fizik Gravita Tensor mountain bike shoes

Fizik’s Gravita Tensor has gone up £10 since we last tested it, but it’s a really durable and comfortable gravity/enduro boot, which goes some way to offset the high price. …

£174.99
Score 8

Shimano AM5 clipless mountain bike shoe

Shimano claims the AM 5 is a gravity-focused shoe, but we’re not totally convinced by that, simply because there doesn’t seem to be anything DH about it, other than a…

£79.99
Score 8

Endura MT500 Burner Clipless mountain bike shoes

UK clothing company Endura has three mountain bike shoes in its fledgling range, two flat shoes and this MT500 Burner clipless. This shoe is the original colourway, which means it’s…

£129.99
Score 6

Giro Deed flat pedal mtb shoes

This is a new flat pedal shoe from Giro that complements the existing Chamber II and Latch shoes. It has a bit of an old-school plimsoll styling compared to its…

£114.99
Score 7

Specialized 2FO Roost Canvas Shoes

One of the cheaper flat pedal shoes on test is the Specialized 2FO Roost Canvas. It has a textile upper that looks great out of the box and offers good…

£110.00
Score 9

Crankbrothers Mallet E Lace mountain bike shoes

Crankbrothers wants to get riders on the right pedals, so uses common names for both its clipless pedals and shoes. The Mallet E Lace, tested here, is built for trail…

£134.99
Score 8

Ride Concepts Livewire mountain bike Shoes

We’ve previously tested Ride Concepts’s Hellion with the DST 6.0 High Grip rubber sole and rated it highly. The Livewire is a £10 cheaper sibling that has been upgraded with…

£109.95
Score 8

Ride Concepts Tallac Clip BOA Shoes

The Ride Concepts Tallac Clip BOA is one of the more expensive shoes we’ve tested, but a fifth of that cost is in the BOA dial. This functions in a…

£199.95
Score 9

FiveTen Freerider Pro mountain bike shoe

Five Ten has tweaked the design of the Freerider Pro for this season, but has kept two things the same – the price and the sole. The tweaks are quite…

£130.00
Score 10

Five Ten Trailcross Gore-Tex shoes

Five Ten has come a long way since the original Impact shoe that mopped up liquid like a roll of industrial kitchen towel and resisted drying for weeks on end.…

£160.00
Score 8