DHB T1 commuter shoes review
The T1s’ suede and Cordura upper is reinforced at the toe giving a moderately ventilated, supportive ﬁt which helps them blend walkability with good on-the-bike performance.
The medium thickness nylon sole and soft rubber tread feel sporty and rigid while riding and ﬂex enough so that comfort wouldn’t prevent you from walking to the pub after work, though a bulge around the cleat bolts is uncomfortable.
Understated looks mean aesthetics shouldn’t limit your social life either. A lack of padding around the cuff and so-so construction reminds you these are shoes on a budget.