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Can't Find Nike Cycling Shoes? Here's Why...

Nike cycling shoes were distributed through Trek Bicycle Corporation until December 31, 2007. The relationship was not renewed by mutual agreement citing a difference in marketing strategy. Nike wanted to continue to be involved in developing and producing gear for elite-level and Nike-sponsored cyclists; while Trek wanted to develop a line of shoes and apparel that would appeal to a broader range of consumers.

Up-date 2010 Trek Bicycle Footwear:

In December 2008, Trek launched a line of cycling shoes under it's Bontrager brand.

Trek owned Bontrager partnered with eSoles' to manufacturer a line of cycling shoes that can be customized. The eSoles® premium footbed that comes standard in all Bontrage cycling shoes can be removed and replaced with an eFit® semi-custom footbed; or the ePro™ full custom footbed. The footbeds are designed using eSoles® 3D TruCapture® Foot Imaging Kiosk System. The kiosk aligns the foot in its true anatomical position, and then scans the foot after it is aligned. Using the data from the scan, the kiosk printer dispenses a ticket that contains the necessary data for the retailer to build an eFit® custom modular footbed on-site; or to place an order for the  ePro™ fully custom footbed to be produced at eSole's production facility in Scottsdale, Arizona, and shipped to the consumer within five to seven business days.

Up-date 2010 Nike Cycling Footwear:

Lance Armstrong's new 2010 cycling team "Radio Shack" will wear Nike branded clothing and footwear. As of now, no news on a line of Nike cycling footwear or apparel for consumers.

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