|RBC M10 Track Shoes|
|RBC M10 Track Shoes|
RBC has taken the time to listen to what track athletes want and need from their shoes.
Testing under the strongest sprinters in the world, five things immediately become obviously important when designing and refining this shoe.
To add to these critical factors our designers understood where power was being lost and how we could deliver the lost power back to the pedal with precision efficiency.
Here’s what makes the M10 Track shoe the most powerful shoe available
Monocoque carbon sole
RBC’s sole construction is assembled layer by layer like no other, utilizing a Nano modified epoxy preimpregnated into high modulus Carbon Fibre for ultimate rigidity and repeatability. The carbon layers on the sole are vacuum formed under heat around the cast made of your foot, Using only a small amount of padding in the arch this carbon cradle for your foot gives you unparalleled comfort. When delivering power, not having to compress padding in the forefoot gives you an instant advantage over any shoes using a post production innersole.
Orthopaedic contour control
A full Carbon arch and heel pocket allows the shoe to stabilize and cradle your feet. This gives you a major increase in comfort and power by preventing you from pronating or supernating your feet as you load up the pedal every revolution.
Every RBC upper is constructed using only the most advanced materials.
Side Force Lacing
The lacing for this shoe has been relocated to the side of the foot. This move was due to simple mechanical forces that would make the athlete loose power by having laces up the centre of the foot.
Combining the Side Force Lacing and the non stretch Kevlar sandwiched between the layers, means that when you pull up on the pedal it is instant power delivery. No having to preload and stretch the upper by curling your toes or tensing your foot. Simply said using RBC Shoes your feet will not move up or down due to the shoe stretching. This gives you a double gain not only gaining power by removing the stretch in the upper but also keeping your foot in constant contact with the sole of the shoe no matter how hard you pull up on the pedal.
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