45NRTH Japanther MTN 2-Bolt Cycling Shoes

45NRTH Japanther MTN 2-Bolt Cycling Shoes
  • Color: Black
$149.00 - $225.00
Color:
Black
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Details

Designed specifically for cool and wet conditions, 45NRTH's Japanther provides a high level of water resistance, moisture regulation, and comfort in a performance cycling shoe. Constructed with a waterproof membrane and rubberized shell that extends above the ankle, Japanther delivers unrivaled weather protection in the wettest and muddiest of conditions. Goodbye, shoe covers!

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN Store SKU
Black / 36 708752144521 SH7236
Black / 37 708752144514 SH7237 45N45608177
Black / 38 708752144507 SH7238
Black / 39 708752144491 SH7239
Black / 40 708752144484 SH7240
Black / 41 708752144477 SH7241
Black / 42 708752144460 SH7242 45N335553962
Black / 43 708752144453 SH7243 45N33627583
Black / 44 708752144446 SH7244
Black / 45 708752144439 SH7245
Black / 46 708752144422 SH7246 45N45660696
Black / 47 708752144415 SH7247
Black / 48 708752144408 SH7248 45N458717388
Black / 50 708752144392 SH7250

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REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

by PowerReviews
 
3.0

(based on 1 reviews)

0%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Durable Sole 
  • Well Ventilated 
  • Good for Walking 
  • Good Traction 

Cons

  • Finicky Closures 
  • Awkward Zipper Angle 
  • Very Difficult To Zip Up 

Best Uses

  • Wet Fall And Early Winter 

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Not up to 45 nrth design

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from St. Paul, MN

About Me Competitive Cyclist

Pros

  • Good Traction
  • Durable Sole
  • Good for Walking
  • Well Ventilated

Cons

  • Very Difficult To Zip Up
  • Finicky Closures
  • Awkward Zipper Angle

Best Uses

  • Wet Fall And Early Winter

Comments:

Somewhat uncomfortable on inside of both ankles. Light compared to Wolfhamers.

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