Chrome Dresden Shoe

Chrome just hooked me up with a pair of their new Dresden shoe just in time for Interbike. I have to admit standing for 3 days straight at the show can be brutal and having the right shoe is key. Because we've been there/done that we ponied up for the padding in our booth so we don't have to stand on 1/8" thick carpet on concrete for 3 days. Anyway, if you're at Interbike stop by the booth and check out the new Dresden shoe or just come by to stand/sit/lay on our padded carpet. Trust me you'll need it!

From Chrome regarding the Dresden:

The Dresden has a low profile and casual silhouette, but don’t be fooled by its subdued look. Like all of Chrome’s products, it’s made with purpose and built to withstand the harsh elements of city living. Dresden is available in black, grey and olive. Special features include: 100% vulcanized construction, custom molded footbed, low-volume last for ideal toe-cage fit, board lasted sole and glass-filled nylon shank to eliminate pedal hot spot and more evenly distribute force in pedal stroke, skid resistant contact rubber sole, olyurethane contoured crash pad insole, and reflective heel patch. MSRP $80.

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