Chrome Industries

Chrome Industries Truk Pro Bike Shoe

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Chrome Industries

Footwear
Shoes
US
UK
EU
  5 N/A 36
  5.5 N/A 37
  6 N/A 38
  6.5 N/A 39
  7 6 40
  7.5 6.5 40.5
  8 7 41
  8.5 7.5 42
  9 8 42.5
  9.5 8.5 43
  10 9 44
  10.5 9.5 44.5
  11 10 45
  11.5 10.5 46
  12 11 47
  13 12 47.5

 

Socks
Socks
S
M
L
XL
Euro
34-36 37-42 42-46 46-50

 

Clothing - Men's
   
M
L
XL
chest (cm)
86-91 96-101 106-11 116-121
shoulder width (cm)
43-48 48-53 53-58 58-63
waist (cm)
76-81 81-86 86-91 91-96

 

Clothing - Women's
APPAREL - Women
XS
S
M
L
chest (cm)

85

90 95 103

 

APPAREL - Women's Seneca Chinos and Shorts
 
6
8
10
12
14
16
Natural Waist (inch)
26 27 28 29 30 31
Hip (inch)
36 37 38 39 40 41

DESCRIPTION

One of the newest models to hit the Chrome Pro shoe range, the SPD Truk Pro Shoe is a 1000 denier Cordura constructed city cycling shoe, complete with full recessed SPD compatibility, making it an ideal choice to wear throughout the day, on and off the bike.

Featuring a stiffened power transfer sole and a 100% vulcanized construction, the Truk Pro offers a supporting rubber heel cup, internal back padding and sturdy lace aglets. A reflective rear heel tab ideally placed for low light visibility completes the shoe.

Size note - whilst many riders do find the fit of Chrome shoes to be true to size, if you are between sizes, taking one EU size down is a good idea for a perfect fit.

PRODUCT FEATURES

IN DETAIL

  • Made of 1,000 denier Cordura with back-padding
  • 100% vulcanized construction
  • Reinforced nylon/glass fiber shank to support the midsole
  • Board lasted sole to eliminate pedal hot spot
  • Skid resistant contact rubber on the sole
  • Polyurethane contoured crash pad insole
  • Durable rubber heel cup with reflective safety hit

NOTEWORTHY

  • Clip in, clip out - footwear for both bike and pavement!
  • Comfort of a trainer with the performance of a cycling shoe
  • Reflective rear badge grabs attention in low light

CARE

  • Treat your new pair of Chrome shoes with the care you would offer any other vulcanised trainer
  • Remove marks with a damp, soapy cloth (no bleach!)
  • Take care not to scuff the top of the shoe if you regularly flick the pedal up with your foot when setting off