Leatt introduced MTB shoes into their ever-expanding MTB lineup earlier this spring, with two clip-in models and two models intended for use with platform pedals. Starting at $90 for the DBX 2.0 shoes and $99 for the DBX 3.0, they’re good looking foot coverings with an impressive list of specs.
Footwear is a competitive space. Having tried our share, as riders, we often stick to the tried and true. The new Aaron Chase edition of the 3.0 shoe in their brown leather has our attention though. Brown is the ideal color for footwear that’s natural environment is dirt, and although my favorite shoes for digging and riding are black, they’re really more of a dark brownish, dirty color the majority of the time.
I have no idea why brown shoes aren’t more commonplace in mountain biking, but these babies are looking pretty dang good. Learn more about the Leatt shoe line at Leatt.com or support the site by doing your shoe shopping at online partner JensonUSA.