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Time Trial Shoes for Men

Cycling shoes designed specifically for time trials focus on reducing weight, aerodynamics, and transferring power to the pedal as efficiently as possible.

Bont Crono

2011
Bont Crono Time Trial Shoe 2011

2010

Bont Crono Time Trial Shoe
MSRP
$599.00

 

Full Sizes
EUR 36-50
US 3.5 - 14
MM 223-317

Half Sizes
EUR 36-48
US 3.5-12.5
MM 223-3

Upper: Heat moldable carbon fiber upper with 40 air vents on frontal area of shoe and air gills in arch area. Aerodynamic lace cover. Aerodynamic heel area. Aerodynamic front section.
Insole: EVA custom thermo-moldable resin.
Outsole: 100% Carbon with 3.6mm stack height
Closure: Laces with a full carbon aerodynamic lace cover.
Weight: 295 grams (Size 42)
Color: Carbon
Compatibility: 3 hole configuration plus MM grid plus grip
Heat Moldable

Each Bont Corno Time Trial Shoes is handmade out of 100% carbon using a monocoque construction resulting in a shoe that is a single piece of carbon.
Bont Crono is made to order. Extended shipping period of up to 2 weeks will apply.

Note: The UCI has recently informed Bont that it is officially banning the "Crono" from competitions based on the view that the design of the Crono contradicts the UCI's article 1.3.033

“It is forbidden to wear non-essential items of clothing or items designed to influence the performances of a rider such as reducing air resistance or modifying the body of the rider (compression, stretching, support).

Items of clothing or equipment may be considered essential where weather conditions make them appropriate for the safety or the health of the rider. In this case, the nature and texture of the clothing or equipment must be clearly and solely justified by the need to protect the rider from bad weather conditions. Discretion in this respect is left to the race commissaires.

Equipment (helmets, shoes, jerseys, shorts, etc.) worn by the rider may not be adapted to serve any other purpose apart from that of clothing or safety by the addition or incorporation of mechanical or electronic systems which are not approved as technical innovations under article 1.3.004.”

Bont is in formal communication with the UCI regarding this matter stating: ... "it is totally contradictory to the standards they have set by allowing countless manufacturers to produce items such as skinsuits, aero helmets, booty covers, etc, etc."

 
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