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$110.00 $66.00
Model: 1002689

Legendary freeride mountain biker Jeff Lenosky can now add ‘shoe collaborator’ to his résumé. It's hard to find a part of the Links that Jeff didn’t directly influence. He showed us his pedal; we designed a sole that integrates with it. He showed us the busted toe on his last shoe; we added a flexible armor across the forefoot. He showed us his wet, muddy shoes; we found ion-mask™ technology that actually prevents the materials on the Links from absorbing water on a molecular level (true story). We built this shoe for Jeff, but anyone who has ever gotten on a mountain bike will appreciate his influence.

 

Alternative black lace included.

 

This is a men's model with extended sizing for women and children. We recommend women order 2 full sizes down, e.g., women's size 8 should choose size 6. Kids can order as normal according to size (youth sizes 3-6).

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Spider 365™

Spider 365™

One rubber, huge range of uses. Spider365 Rubber is the spork of our rubber arsenal.

Shoc Pad™

Shoc Pad™

You wouldn't ride a bike without a seat. The same logic applies for our Shoc Pad™ technology, which will give you a smooth ride without inhibiting your performance.

Mush® Infused Insole

Mush® Infused Insole

Now we're not necessarily splicing Mush® genes back in the T.I.D.E Lab to build a hybrid mutant insole, but we do have an insole that’s worthy of the Mush name.

ion-mask™

ion-mask™

ion-mask,™ technology by P2i, the world leader in liquid repellent nano-coating technology, falls into the category of what we call "magic tech." Imagine a process that allows you to make an object water repellent on a nanoscale, meaning that its very fibers repel water. It sounds like sci-fi, but that’s what ion-mask™ does to our shoes.

Pedlamp™

Pedlamp™

Slipping off your pedal can be painful … and really, really awkward. To prevent that, we worked with our team of professional freeride bikers to develop the PedalLINK outsole. It was designed to link up with the pegs of your pedal to keep your foot in place and in control. On top of that, it's got lugs at the toe and heel to help you get around when you're off your bike.

  • Our Spider365 Rubber sole will hold its grip in all kinds of environments
  • The sole of the Links was designed specifically to interface with the unique platform of a bike pedal
  • Aggressive tread designs at the toe and heel will grip the dirt when you're hoofin' it
  • Teva E-Brake in the heel features a reverse lug pattern to give you downhill traction when you're off your bike
  • A rigid heel stabilizer keeps your foot centered in the shoe
  • ion-mask™ technology actually prevents the materials in this shoe from absorbing any water on a molecular level. It sounds like sci-fi, but it's real
  • Waterproof materials throughout the shoe make it easy to wash the mud off
  • A rubberized grid over the toe area is a breathable armor that prevents abrasion or ripping
  • Leather and mesh upper
  • A Shoc Pad™ in the heel makes for a smooth ride
  • Extra padding throughout the upper softens your landings
  • Strong plastic wraps around the back of the shoes to protect your heel
  • Elastic gores on the tongue give you a snug fit
  • Our Mush® Infused Insole brings the absurd comfort of our flip flops into a shoe

Weight: 14.8 oz

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4.0

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3.0

Teva won the redbull rampage!

By pandora808

from Los Angeles, CA

Pros

  • Quality Materials
  • Washes Well

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Mountain biking

    Comments about Links:

    After seeing Teva's Kurt Sorge take the redbull rampage last year, I thought I'd try them out. I've been riding 5.10s forever. The Tevas are comfortable, look nice and have an AMAZING waterproof shielding. Unfortunately, these are for mountain biking - and have a very specific purpose... GRIP. Unfortunately these don't stick to the pedals anywhere near as well as my 5.10 Impacts. I was slipping all over the place in these, I just couldn't justify using them over my tried and true 5.10s. Bummer.

    Bottom line, these are great for mountain biking if you are coming into the sport and haven't used other brands, but for about the same price they don't perform as well.

    • Sizing:
    • Feels too small
    • Comfort vs Style:
    • Comfort Driven
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

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    2.0

    Great shoe, but sadly not for long.

    By Hadarmil

    from Israel

    Pros

    • Cleans Easy
    • Comfy
    • Doesn't stink
    • Sticks Well To Flats

    Cons

    • Falls apart

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Cobblers
    • Hike-a-bike
    • MTB

    Comments about Links:

    Basically when got the shoe thought it was the best I ever got. Not too sticky and the sole did it's job really well.
    Really comfy on and off the bike - I wen't practically everywhere with it. Until basically a week ago when the sole started separating from the rest of the shoe. Major on the left, a little on the right.

    Not a major fix with some glue, but from a couple reviews online I get it I'm not the only one with this problem. Pretty annoying for a top-o-line shoe and really let me down. I can understand such mishaps on no-name shoes, but Teva? No use for great features if they fall apart!

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    5.0

    LOVE THEM

    By Knolly Chick

    from Saratoga Springs, NY

    Comments about Links:

    Love these shoes, super comfortable, amazing mountain bike shoe!

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    • Links

      Q:

      Cyling shoe usually have hard midsoles (that doesn't bent) so that a maximum of energy may transit from the foot to the pedal. Is this the case of the Teva Cycling shoes?
      Asked on 4/7/2014 by Scott from PA

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        A:

        The links offer a litte flex, but they have the Shoc Pad technology which transfers the energy of empact through the footbed and away from the heel. This energy actually provides greater spring with each forefoot push-off.

        Answered on 4/10/2014 by Teva Product Specialist
    • Links

      Q:

      What is the difference between pinners and links? Are both good for xc mountain biking?

      I have wide feet and wear a size 9, what do you recommend for shoe size in pinner and links?
      Asked on 12/9/2013 by Glen from Lakeville, MA

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        A:

        The Links are more water friendly and quick dry material if the do get wet. The Links also have a Mush infused insole for extra comfort. Both can be used for XC mountain biking.

        If you wear a size 9, I would suggest a size 9 in both models.

        Answered on 12/9/2013 by Teva Product Specialist
    • Links

      Q:

      what is the width of the mens Links size 10 or 10.5
      Asked on 10/10/2013 by shred from aspen

      1 answer

      • CUSTOMER CARE

        A:

        This style is a medium "D" width.

        Answered on 10/14/2013 by Teva Product Specialist
    • Links

      Q:

      I'm looking for a vegan option.

      Do these use real leather??
      Asked on 3/30/2013 by Mike from United States

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        A:

        This style does contain genuine leather. The Joyride Canvas Ripstop is a vegan option in our selection of bike shoes.

        Answered on 4/1/2013 by Teva Product Specialist
    • Links

      Q:

      Do you have alternative laces to buy?
      Asked on 3/28/2013 by Jax

      1 answer

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        A:

        You can request replacement laces at http://bit.ly/10ktXI9.

        Answered on 3/29/2013 by Teva Product Specialist
    • Links

      Q:

      What is the weight of a size nine pair of Links?
      Asked on 1/18/2013 by Shandon from San Francisco, CA

      1 answer

      • CUSTOMER CARE

        A:

        Each shoe weighs 1 lb 4 oz. This is based on size 9 and will vary with size.

        Answered on 1/21/2013 by Teva Product Specialist
    • Links

      Q:

      Will this shoe keep your feet warm during winter rides?
      Asked on 12/8/2012 by murray a newbie to mountain bike riding from NC

      1 answer

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        A:

        The toe area is covered in a rubberized grid to allow for air circulation, which means that the cold air will be flowing in! The Joyride features the PedalLINK sole, but does not have the air vents.

        Answered on 12/10/2012 by Teva Product Specialist
    • Links

      Q:

      wHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE TWO LINK MODELS #4304 AND #1002689 BESIDES COLOUR
      Asked on 10/23/2012 by Nazir from Santa Cruz, CA

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        A:

        The color options are the only difference.

        Answered on 10/24/2012 by Teva Product Specialist
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