The Shimano SH-TR51 improves on its predecessor the SH-TR50 with a stronger heel cup, stiffer carbon sole, better ventilation, and further perfecting the synthetic materials used in its construction. With all the features of the SH-TR51 it still reigns as the best balance between comfort and performance
If you think all triathlon shoes are the same, it's time you take a look at the Bont Sub-10. This shoe offers you the stiffness of a $350 shoe with full heat moldability, at a fraction of the cost. The secret is in Bonts' unique hand layup with pressure wrap. We hand lay the fiberglass without any injection molding what-so-ever. Each strip of fiberglass is laid in the shape of a cross before being painted with resin. The shoe is then baked and once set, we are left with an extremely stiff, light weight, fully moldable shoe.
This shoe offers and extremely thin stack height of just 4.8mm and is available with a matt microfiber upper.