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Debuting the environmentally sustainable Parley Ocean Plastic technology in mountain biking, the Five Ten Freerider Primeblue MTB Cycling Shoes offer eco-conscious riders fabulous flat pedal performance.
We all love to get our shred on and enjoy the thrill of mountain biking trails through forests, skipping across rock-strewn trails, venturing into the wilderness. To protect this environment is important, and the Freerider Primeblue MTB Cycling Shoes are a small part of the puzzle. Leather upper and recycled materials raise the bar for sustainability but in no way is the usual Five Ten performance compromised. Not a bit of it.
The core of the Freeriders is their Stealth® S1 Dotty rubber outsole. Made from a sticky rubber and featuring the classic Dotty™ tread pattern, this sole unit provides unrivalled traction on flat pedals. For moving and manoeuvring across any terrain, the grip will inspire confidence to go harder. And if you're off your bike, pushing back uphill to session a feature, the grip is just as tenacious over mud, roots and rocks.
With their medium-flex midsole, you'll also find pedalling sections can be ticked off with ease while on rowdy downhill trails you've got fabulous foot support as you move and manoeuvre your bike over ever-changing terrain. And with their ever-reliable lace closure, you'll always get a secure feel. Pull-on. Lace-up. Go shred.
Tackling plastic waste is a vitally important environmental issue and since 2012 adidas have been pushing to remove the use of virgin plastics in sportswear. adidas Primeblue is the result; a high-performance material derived in part from Parley Ocean Plastic - upcycled plastics intercepted on beaches, coastal communities and shorelines, removing pollution from our oceans.
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