The Cadet shoe offers the best aspects of our premium road cycling shoes, including a Synchwire upper, carbon-fiber-reinforced outsole—and easy BOA® adjustment.
Inspired road cycling performance with lasting comfort and value
The Cadet™ combines a supple, breathable Synchwire™ upper with a stout carbon fiber reinforced plate for pedaling efficiency, plus a supportive footbed with Aegis® anti-microbial treatment for optimal comfort and fit. The single BOA® L6 dial offers micro-adjustable tuning in 1mm increments, and combined with the adjustable forefoot strap, cradles your foot securely. This shoe is a great choice for riders looking for inspired performance, lasting comfort, and value.
One-piece Synchwire™ upper with thermo-bonded exo-structure
Laser-perforated ventilation throughout
Die-cut EVA footbed with medium arch support
Carbon fiber reinforced outsole with universal cleat mount (2- or 3-bolt)
Dual-injected TPU toe and heel pad
265 grams (size 42)
Synchwire construction is a stitch-less upper that's vented and reinforced to create a lightweight cycling shoe with incredible airflow and structural integrity. Synchwire is an advanced composite of thermo-bonded film that provides overall durability, a non-woven internal sheet for distributing the force from the BOA® system to the upper for direct power transfer, and mono-filament mesh for ventilation.
The BOA® Fit System provides fast, micro-adjustability with the turn of the dial. The combination of the dial, lace, and guides reduces weight and provides finer adjustment (1mm increments) compared to traditional buckles, and it offers an incremental release function too. The Boa® Fit System dials and laces are guaranteed for the lifetime of the product.
CARBON COMPOSITE OUTSOLE
Our proprietary, advanced carbon composite outsole plate ensures efficient power transfer and responsive feel at the pedals, while allowing 5mm of adjustment for optimal cleat positioning. It's the ideal balance of stiffness and durability with light weight.
Reflective details enhance visibility at nighttime or in low-light conditions when illuminated by a light source, such as headlights, by returning the light back toward the original source and reaching the automobile driver's eye.