Ride Concepts Vice Flat MTB Shoes are Made for Casual Shredding

Ride Concepts' new Vice bike shoe is easy going on the outside, but made to shred.

The folks at Ride Concepts have a new flat pedal shoe option out today, and it looks like a casual selection for aggressive riding, and an easy choice for dirt jumping. The Vice was developed with Kyle Strait and other Ride Concepts dirt jump and slopestyle athletes.

The Vice has a RC Fuzion outsole, with an inverse hexagon pattern for better pedal contact, made up of a DST 6.0 High Grip rubber. The outsole has a 3mm EVA for more shock absorption and comfort, and a rubber toe cap. Inside the sole, the Vice still has a D3O insole for impact absorption and the tongue is fully gusseted for blocking out dirt.

Strait put a signature camo colorway on the Vice, priced at $100, and it’s also available in two other colors for men, and in grey and black for women. Youth sizes are also available for $80. See more at the Ride Concepts website.