Our vision for the Wölvhammer transcended traditional cycling footwear and originated from the conceptual standpoint of a mountaineering boot. On the inside we max out the insulation package with 200g Thinsulate on the forefoot and NASA-approved aerogel in the insole to block cold cleats. On the outside, 1000D CORDURA® and waterproof-breathable Sympatex block moisture and manage perspiration. For deep snow, easily add knee-high gaiters using the dedicated hook on the toe box. And of course, the Vibram sole is ready for any SPD-compatible cleat of your choice. These are the finest winter cycling shoes ever made.

0 to 25 degree comfort

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Comments (4)

freeski93December 4th, 2013 at 8:47 pm

Great shoes. They are insanely warm and comfortable but the top is very wide and when closed all the way it creates some slightly uncomfortable wrinkles unless you have a tall thick sock on (I wear them anyway but it would be nice to not need a super tall sock all the time. I ride with Crankbrothers Candy pedals and have had no issue with the snow packing into them and not being able to clip back in. Even after walking through a creek then knee deep snow the tread on the sole sheds snow extremely well. Overall I would recommend this shoe to anyone who wants a true winter riding shoe.

velomattDecember 27th, 2013 at 9:24 pm

How do they fit?

SamFebruary 1st, 2014 at 8:18 am

They fit a little on the large side which is great to fit some thicker socks into.

grad98cofcFebruary 28th, 2014 at 9:22 am

Awesome shoe. Agree with freeski93 that the top is too large…same problem with the wrinkles. These things keep my feet so warm that I can’t ride with thick socks! I’m using regular old shimano SPDs and have no problem clipping in and out with snow.

Expensive, but built to last and worth every penny1

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