Carrying two pairs of footwear is a difficult task on bike trips. Especially when you intend to pack light, carrying one for pure biking purposes while the other for casual wear. Biking shoes obviously are on your feet most of the time but accommodating the other pair is a dilemma. So now, what would be the best thing to do?
While browsing on the web I dug out a pair of cool folding shoes designed by Timberland for trekkers and hikers; but that which a rider can make good use of too!
A rider can just fold and zip-up a pair of Radler Trail Camp shoes and simply put them in the luggage or just hang them in style.
When you are at your destination or not riding on a particular day, you don’t want to put your feet back in your biking shoes. Simple lightweight footwear always come handy on these bike trips. They’re even better if small and portable – tiny enough that they hardly occupy any space in your luggage. Radler Trail Camp shoes do just that.
Redler Trail Camp Folding Shoes
- Cool features of these folding shoes
- Treated ripstop fabric,
- Removable OrthoLite footbed for underfoot warmth and comfort,
- Compact upper design,
- Features 42 per cent recycled rubber lug outsoles for superior traction in the woods.
- Durable Green Rubber™ used
- A clean profile and slight lug for traction
OrthoLite comfort foam insoles provide breathability, moisture transport, antimicrobial function and long-term cushioning. The ultra-breathable material used won’t break down or lose cushioning over time – and your footwear will remain comfortable and supportive.
The shoes feature Green Rubber™ outsole made with 42% recycled rubber.
Timerland Radler Trail Camp
You can comfortably and confidently wander around your destination wearing them. They are available at Timeberland stores or you can buy them online through Amazon for a reasonable price of USD50-70 a pair.
Note: Women must order a size smaller – so if you normally pick an 8, simply order men’s 7.
For those who like to take impromptu hikes on their bike rides, but always seem to have the ‘wrong’ shoes for the occasion, these ubercool shoes from Timberland might just be the answer to that.
Also penned by me in MyBikeMyWorld.com