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.
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.
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.
For that price, I’d rather get the even more stylish Dromarti.
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.
But the big question is… will they go click…click…click as I walk?
no, i do not “get” what you mean about “Americana” somehow being “like the coffee drink,” presumably an americano.
Typo. Will fix. Typed in on a phone while riding a train across the Delta.