These are the most unisex looking shoes with nary a spot of pink or baby blue on them.
The white, black and silver combination is, in fact, very cool and simple with racy side vents. Featuring the stiffest sole of the women’s shoes on test, power transfer was fantastic.
Overall it’s a wider, roomier shoe than the Spesh or Nike. They seem to run a bit larger in size too. There’s plenty of toe wiggle room, but the foot is still held in place securely at the heel.
The neoprene tongue fits smoothly over the foot, allowing the straps to be cinched in without any bunching.
A close inspection of the Velcro straps reveals some untidy stitching, which is a bit disappointing in a shoe at this price. The build quality looks good otherwise. There are four incisor shaped pads on the sole to help with walking, but as always expect the cleat to grate on the ground and tread carefully…