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Chrome SPD shoe for the everyday commuter

Published March 25, 2013

SAN FRANCISCO, CA (BRAIN) — Chrome’s new Truk Pro SPD shoe is designed to be every bit as comfortable in the office or walking on the street as it is aboard the bike—or, as San Francisco-based Chrome puts it: “For those who live in and ride the city and want SPD performance on the bike and sneaker comfort off it.”

The shoe features Chrome’s dual-density FlexPlate technology, developed to provide a rigid sole from the heel to the ball of the foot but also a flexible toe area. The Truk Pro also has a contoured, impact-resistant footbed, skid-resistant outsole and recessed SPD plate. The Cordura outer shell is 25 times stronger than canvas, Chrome says. 

Like all Chrome footwear and apparel, the Truk Pro SPD comes with a 365-day warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.

Comes in gray and all-black. Retail price: $95.

More information: chromeindustries.com.

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