DZR’s Urban Biking Shoe Is Great for City Commutes

DZR's Urban Biking Shoe Is Great for City Commutes

If you are looking for a great casual urban shoe that is great for commuters who bike, you should check out the Shift Grey Flat Pedal Shoe by DZR.

Makers of products that make biking a bit more stylish, DZR is known for their comfortable no-show cycling socks and accessories, but one product that really stands out is the DZR Shift Grey Flat Pedal Shoe. I received a pair of shoes and decided to take them out for a winter bike ride on a city bike in DC. Designed for comfort, they do have a sense of fashion to them as well, with the tongue of the shoe stating “Burrito Breath”, honoring one of the three designers (the other two being Wakako and D Young).

Pedaling is a breeze with the shoe, thanks to a stiffened midsole for power transfer and a gum rubber outsole that gives you grip while pedaling, something I can say does work. If I had my own bike, I would for sure wear these to bike to and from work every day. Keep in mind that this is a casual urban shoe, and while I would certainly wear them after 5 pm for biking to a happy hour, this is clearly not a shoe for you to wear for marathons. But if you live in the city, and want a bit of elegance on your feet, you should check out the Shift Grey Flat Pedal Shoe. It’s a unisex shoe which is an added bonus and available for $79.99. For more information, you can head over to today.

Source: Manufacturer supplied review unit

What I like: A comfortable shoe that can be worn all day, to and from the office

What Needs Improvement: May not be a good biking shoe for long extended periods & exercise

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Greg Alston
Diehard Apple fanboy, and lover of all things tech. Born and raised in Washington, DC, Greg enjoys spending time with his wife, family, and friends, live sporting events, good bourbon, Tetris, and pizza. In that order.