Boites TCX RT-RACE

///Boites TCX RT-RACE

Boites TCX RT-RACE

With their contemporary sporty look and a choice of various colors, the TCX RT-Race is easy to put on and comfortable to wear. They do not repeat the inflation adjustment system of the old RS-2 EVO. Narrow and flexible, especially in the tibia, they are easy to wear everyday, under jeans, for example, or with a racing suit.

Developed by the TCX Research and Development Center, these sports boots represent decades of evolution and use cutting-edge technologies. They feature an internal lacing system that provides a perfect fit.

The RT-Race offers protection worthy of the best racing boots on the market. They incorporate TCX’s Dual Flex (DFC) control system that allows the foot to flex naturally back and forth, but prevents twisting of the ankle that could cause injury.

Upper: Durable, lightweight microfibre, over-injected front & side panel to
allow an easy step in and a precise fit around the foot/leg; padded rear flex
area for a better comfort; abrasion resistant microfibre heat guard to offer the
best grip on the bike frame. Soft microfibre gaitor for a perfect fit around the
calf.

Lining: AIR TECH breathable, soft touch mesh combined with double density
foam for superior comfort around the ankle.
Reinforcements: D.F.C. Double Flex Control System; polyurethane shin
plate with iron mesh air intakes and micro-injections; polyurethane shift pad
integrated in the sole, ergonomically designed polyurethane heel counter.
Sliders: Replaceable abrasion resistant polyurethane toe slider, replaceable
magnesium and polyurethane heel sliders to allow natural sliding in case of a
fall.

Closure: Outside elastic zip + Velcro tab. Micro-adjustable aluminum buckle
+ PU toothed band to allow perfect fastening of the shin plate around the calf.

Footbed: Replaceable anatomic, extra light and breathable.

Mid Sole: Reinforced PP, differentiated thickness.

Sole: Designed, lightweight, mono compound rubber sole with specific grip
area.

By | 2018-10-15T09:26:36+00:00 19 septembre, 2018|