SPD casual street shoes at NAHBS

Cyclelogical, the Milwaukee company that specializes in lifestyle bicycle bags, bicycle accessories, and bicycle clothing for the bike commuter, introduced a casual street shoe drilled for SPD cleats at NAHBS in Sacramento last weekend.


Casual leather shoe with cleat holes

This made-in-the-Midwest leather shoe, which Cyclelogical tentatively calls “Americano” (like the coffee drink, get it?) will likely last you a lifetime. They’re still working out production and distribution details, but pricing will likely be somewhere around $200. That’s pretty good for a hand made leather shoe.

Contact Cyclelogical to pre-order this shoe. See also Road.CC story on this shoe. For my NAHBS coverage over the weekend, click through to my NAHBS pages.

6 Comments

  1. These are not quite my style but it’s great to see normal looking shoes that are SPD-compatible out there. Let’s hope they’ll be a success and they will expand their product line.

  2. They are SPD and not even blazing bright colors! I have the PI Fuel shoes and they are great for walking around in without clacking, but I had to get over the fact that they were bright red.

  3. no, i do not “get” what you mean about “Americana” somehow being “like the coffee drink,” presumably an americano.

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