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While this was the case for the R1 road shoe, unfortunately we cannot extend the same praise to the Tri Road.
There are shared components [with the R1] such as the outsole, which is sufficient and will accept just about all cleat options.
But the upper is a poor fit, making it difficult to achieve a secure feel. The strap, for example, has a tendency to slip through its loop and that could cost a disastrous few seconds in T1. There’s also a Velcro section extending longitudinally from the toe box to the strap that regularly snags, reducing the opening size. The materials, not surprisingly, have a cheap feel with a coarse sock liner leading to an uncomfortable experience.
Contact : Wiggle www.wiggle.co.uk