Spiuk Brios road shoe review

Spiuk with the Brios do well to get this set of cycling shoes out for £89.95

Cycling Weekly Verdict

Downsides? The ratchet works well enough but the lever could be bigger — it’s a tad fiddly to tighten on the move.

For
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    Moldable

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    Supplied with non-vented inners for cold days

Against
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    Fiddly ratchet

For £10 shy of our £100 limit, there’s a lot going on with these Spanish road shoes.

Ventilation is generous with channelling throughout the sole to keep feet cool on those scorching hot summer rides.

Thoughtfully, Spiuk has provided a second set of insoles without perforations for when the weather’s cooler, along with longer ratchet straps for those with larger ankles.

If that’s not enough, the upper is heat moldable.

While we didn’t notice a huge difference, the fit around the heel was definitely more comfortable after a quick stint in the Aga.

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