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Six of the best MTB flat shoes 2020

We’ve handpicked six of the best MTB flat pedal shoes available in 2020 for you to consider! Let us know which pair you prefer in the comments section below.

If you’re after a super versatile lightweight shoe that’s comfy on and off the bike, super grippy, quick drying and does away with the bulk of traditional style skate shoes these are for you!

Available in a Mid Pro version high top version with its D30 ankle protection or a quick-drying, lower cut LT version the all-new Trail Cross collection of shoes uses Five Ten’s world famous stealth rubber tech for ultimate pedal grip too.

Five Ten Freerider DLX

One of the most popular riding shoes on the market and for good reason, Five Ten’s do-it-all Freerider comes in various guises.
The DLX gets a water-repelling DWR coating combined with its famous Stealth rubber for all-weather super grippy performance.

Ride Concepts Powerline

Aimed at enduro and gravity riders, the lightweight Powerlines are packed with performance features.
They offer incredible fit and comfort, with D30 shock-absorbing technology built in for added protection.

Ride Concepts TNT

Don’t be fooled by the understated styling of the Ride Concepts TNT shoes, these are going to be a hot choice for those looking for high-performance footwear aimed at the gravity side of riding.

Under the hood, a fully gusseted tongue in this case, these things are packed with tech including a D30 high impact insole to absorb shock and reduce fatigue, 40mm powerstrap for lace retention and a large hexagonal 14mm waffle pattern for superior connection to the pedals.

Leatt DBX 3.0

Designed for a wide range of riding from enduro to downhill, the DBX 3.0 offer superb grip via a super-sticky compound, a rigid midsole for increased power transfer and protective areas at the toe, heel and ankle.

Leatt DBX 2.0

Blending casual looks with bike specific performance, the Leatt DBX 2.0 is the type of shoe you can shred all day in and stroll to the pub in afterwards without any weird looks.

Comfortable, well ventilated, flexible enough to walk in off the bike and with a sticky rubber sole for extra confidence and control on the pedals, they’re a good versatile choice.

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