Road bikes are getting smarter with more sensors, which means more features for riders to customize.
With that in mind, we asked a team of experts for their top recommendations for a great pair of road bike road shoes.
The answer is… well, it depends.
We spoke with expert cyclists from all around the world who have spent time with the new range of cycling shoes, and they have all come up with a wide variety of answers.
So we thought we’d share some of their top picks.
Here are the top picks:Our favorite road bike boots in 2017:Bontrager Road Boots ($130)For the casual rider, Bontragers are a great option for a classic look.
Their lightweight, mesh, waterproof materials make them great for all types of terrain, from city streets to mountains.
They come in a variety of styles including the road, trail, and all-mountain.
They also have a range of color options.
Bontraggers have some of the best comfort for the price.
Our favorite style is the Trailman, which is designed to be light and yet still be able to handle the rigors of riding.
The Bontragger XC is a great alternative if you’re looking for a more sporty ride.
The Bontraig is a comfortable and stylish road bike boot that will keep you riding all day.
The company has been making quality boots for the past 20 years, and the Bontriag has earned a spot on our list for their outstanding comfort and durability.
Bondi Road Boot ($110)We’ve been talking about Bondi Road Boots for quite some time now.
Bondi’s signature road shoe is the Bora, and it’s not just a stylish boot.
It has a ton of features, including a soft leather sole, waterproof construction, and an excellent comfort rating.
If you’re planning on doing a lot of road riding, it’s worth checking out the Boras, which are waterproof, soft and can be worn with the standard road boot or with a boot with a more tailored fit.
The Bondi is a solid choice if you need a durable boot for road riding.
We’d love to see more boot options with this model, but we’ll be sure to let you know when we do.
The Stemma Road Boot is another great option if you want something that won’t break the bank.
The Stemmas features a high-quality mesh-like material, and while it doesn’t have the breathability of the Bondi, it still has the stability and grip that the Bondis have.
The best part?
The Stems have a super soft and comfortable leather upper, too.
Bonds are also a great value.
The price is right, and we love that you can buy the boots in pairs for under $100.
It’s also a fantastic value if you like to keep your bike as light as possible.
Boro Road Boots ($120)The Boro is a new entry in the Bond line, and our pick for the best shoe is this one.
It features a classic style with a classic sole, but it’s made from durable materials.
We love the lightweight and breathable material of this boot.
The Boro is a versatile boot that you’ll find at many different price points.
It comes in a range from $100 to $150.
We like the fit of this model.
The boot is water resistant, has a waterproof lining, and is comfortable.
Boros are great for road rides, but the Stemas is a good option if riding on trails.
It can be a bit stiff for a while on the trail, but once you get used to it, the Boros are a solid option.
We think you’ll love the comfort and flexibility of the Stems.
The Vibe Vibe is a classic boot that has been in the road boot market for decades.
This boot is a true trail boot, so you can’t go wrong with it.
It also has a removable tongue, so it can be used for hiking or biking.
It sports a comfortable mesh sole and a lightweight, waterproof upper.
We also love the fit.
This model is made from a quality material, so if you have a tight fit, it will stay on your foot all day and won’t sag.
The XtraVibe is an all-around good option for those who want something more rugged for the trail.
We liked the look and feel of this boots, but our favorite feature is the waterproof lining.
It will keep your foot warm and dry.
The Zulu is another fantastic option for someone looking for something more versatile.
The Zulu has a good, lightweight and comfortable boot that’s comfortable and durable.
We have a hard time seeing it as a trail boot at all, but that’s ok because it’s a great boot for hiking, too!
The Ciroc Cirocco is one of the more durable road boots in the range, and this