Fizik Infinito X1 shoes review

Fizik Infinito X1 shoes review

The Infinito X1 is Fizik’s top spec, über-pricey cross-country race shoe, designed to withstand the rigours of tearing round a gnarly track with your heart rate at maximum. 2019's top 5 pro road shoes Fizik Infinito R1 Knit shoe review To do this effectively they need to be light, stiff, comfortable and have a certain degree of toughness/durability, because no one wants to break a shoe during a race. After a full year with the X1s, I can safely say they tick all of those boxes, but they’re by no means perfect. Fizik Infinito X1s out of the box My size 45 Fizik Infinito X1s with Shimano cleats weighed in at 880g for the pair — that’s light, but by no means the lightest high-end cross-country shoe available. The outer is made from a laser-perforated Microtex upper, which comes in a subtle matt black. Two Boa IP1-B dials spread pressure ...

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