Jeff Lenosky on Teva Links Shoe Development 7

MTB veteran, Jeff Lenosky, discusses the development of the Teva Links MTB shoe. It features a sticky, waffle sole for pedal grip with hiking tread in strategic places, an ionized coating to keep them water resistant, as well as rubberized, vented toe patch for maximum cooling.

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  • Ward_Hilgers

    11/24/2011 8:17 AM

    I only have one thing to say about this shoe, other than that it looks all go for it to me. Why is there a non waffled spot in the arch area!!! My shoes hit pedal in that spot sometimes, why have no traction there? PLEASE fill in this spot with more waffle tread! Why not?

  • Darcy Day

    9/13/2011 4:41 AM

    I just have to say that I wear 5.10 and they are the only thing i would wear down hilling because when it comes to function vs looks function wins, I have to agree with OCsponger587 5.10 look like moon boots but are so good to ride in.
    These shoes look to much a pair cross trainers.
    when it come to riding looks don't matter that much considering the weird looking stuff we wear.

  • BeigeWolf

    9/12/2011 8:09 PM


  • leelikesbikes

    9/12/2011 10:20 AM

    Lenosky knows his stuff. IMO, his involvement alone makes this shoe worth a look.

  • tstep

    9/11/2011 11:30 PM

    these dont look like they are marketed toward the world cup downhill rider as much as 5.10s but more towards the bike park rider, like some one who rides whistler and can hang out and walk around in them with out looking funky. But all in all they look real nice and would make a perfect building/ freeride shoe

  • OCsponger587

    9/11/2011 1:15 PM

    they look way more like skate shoes than hiking shoes. 510s look like moon boots. these are at least clean looking

  • Darcy Day

    9/11/2011 12:29 AM

    They look to much like hiking/ walking shoe and the look to flexible in the top part of the shoe and not enough ankle protection.

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