The all tracks are do-anything SPD-style shoes from Diadora, featuring a Duratech rubber sole, three-strap closure and abrasion-resistant parts on the upper. The three Velcro closure straps are long enough for even the widest of feet, so getting a decent fit is easy. The Duratech sole is made from relatively soft rubber, and there are two stud mounting holes at the front of the shoe, with the studs included in the box.
Cleat placement is good, with plenty of forward and backwards movement, and the sole doesn’t get in the way of side-to-side adjustment either. The sizes come up a tad short lengthwise, but we didn’t have any issues with the width of the shoes. The sole isn’t the stiffest, but still translates into a positive feel on the trail, and avoids being so stiff that your feet get battered. The heel is close-fitting and comfy too, keeping your foot really secure.