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Crankbrothers Mallet E BOA

In my opinion – and judging by the paddock at World Cup DH and EWS enduro events, the opinions of most top racers too – Crankbrothers makes the best clip-in…

£179.99
Score 9

Fizik Gravita Versor Flat

The distinctive looking Gravita Tensor flat shoe is part of Fizik’s new MTB range, which includes both flat and clipless shoes. The name and the fact that the Gravita Tensor…

£164.99
Score 9

O'Neal Pump Flat

At £80 O'Neal Pump Flat offers a decent saving over most recommended shoes, but it’s not enough to justify step down in traction and foot security.

£80.00
Score 6

crank brothers stamp lace

The upper of the Crank Brothers Stamp Lace is dialled, but still needs the rubber to match if it wants to steal a bit of Five Ten’s flat-pedal thunder.

£114.99
Score 7

Ride Concept Vice Shoe

Although Ride Concepts claims its new Vice flat-pedal shoe was developed with its dirt jump, slopestyle and BMX athletes in mind, it has features I’ve tested loads of times on…

£89.99
Score 7

Shimano ME5 SPD shoes are just that bit more comfortable with better fit than their rivals. This iteration is being discounted - more of a bargain!

£129.99
Score 10

giro ventana

Giro Ventana are really comfortable shoes that work brilliantly for all-day XC epics, through to sessioning super-techy enduro trails.

£159.99
Score 8

Ride Concepts Transition shoe

Ride Concepts Transition clip-in shoe, we’ve yet to experience a shoe that gives more of a sense of protection this side of a steel toe-cap boot.

£154.95
Score 9

specialized 2fo 1.0

Specialized 2FO 1.0 is one of the most comfortable mid-sole and upper combinations on the market. Can it compete with Five Ten’s limpet-like Stealth rubber?

£100.00
Score 9

Five Ten Trail Cross LT shoe

The new Five Ten Trail Cross flat pedal shoe is available in the (LT) low version here and a more protective (Mid) ankle boot.

£109.95
Score 8

bontrager rally shoe

My rides are split between flat and clip-in pedals, and Bontrager Rally shoe has quickly become my favourite clipless footwear, overtaking the Giro Chamber.

£139.99
Score 9

leat dbx 3.0

Like most manufacturers, Leatt claims its new DBX 3.0 shoe for flat pedals has a soft rubber sole that is also wear and tear resistant.

£94.99
Score 7

RIde Concepts TNT shoes

The Ride Concepts TNT is a downhill boot even though most downhill racers these days are clipped in and the TNT is designed for flats.

£144.99
Score 9

Ride Concepts Livewire

Ride Concepts impressed us with its Hellion shoe recently, Ride Concepts Livewire boasts some of the same technology but crucially does it for £20 less.

£99.95
Score 9

As the name suggests, the Five Ten Freerider Pro is a beefed-up version of the standard Freerider. These ‘Pro’ features adds to the price.

£119.95
Score 10

Giro Terraduro

If we were to categorise the Giro Terraduro shoe, it would be as a Jack of all trades. But does that make it the master of none? Absolutely not.

£149.99
Score 10

Ride Concepts Hellion

The new Ride Concepts Hellion shoe is part of a three-tier range of flat pedal footwear with different rubber densities and uppers.

£119.99
Score 9

Giant Shuttle Flat Pedal

The brand new Giant Shuttle flat pedal shoe features a dual compound sole with an exclusive own-brand sticky rubber called ‘GRIPR’.

£99.99
Score 7

Unparallel Dust Up

Unparallel Dust Up sole is made from incredibly sticky 45-50 durometer rubber that even eclipses some of Five Ten’s Stealth rubber, at least on paper.

£115.00
Score 8