First Look: DZR H2O shoes

Commute (and stay dry) in style with these SPD compatible sneakers

Shoes
Wrapped with DWR treated supple sheepskin leather that’s soft to the touch, these $169 shoes feature a stiff metal-reinforced nylon shank and gum rubber traction outsole.

Wrapped with DWR treated supple sheepskin leather that’s soft to the touch, these $169 shoes feature a stiff metal-reinforced nylon shank and gum rubber traction outsole (click to enlarge).

Bay Area-based shoe maker DZR has a new offering that will keep you dry (and looking cool) during your next rainy commute. Meet the DZR H2O, a fully seam sealed waterproof SPD compatible sneaker.

Wrapped with DWR treated supple sheepskin leather that’s soft to the touch, these $169 shoes feature a stiff metal-reinforced nylon shank and gum rubber traction outsole, meaning efficient power transfer to the pedals and good grip when off the bike or riding with flat pedals.

Read our review of the high top DZR Tosca commuter shoes here.

These shoes are SPD compatible. Or you can leave the insert in and run them with flats.

These shoes are SPD compatible. Or you can leave the insert in and run them with flats (click to enlarge).

Other highlights include elastic lace catches that prevent your laces from getting caught in your chainring, full grain leather for durability, and a reflective heel badge to enhance rider visibility in low light conditions. Unisex sizes run 37-47.

The H2O is part of the DZR Street Collection, which is designed to embody the spirit of riding in the city while pushing the limit of what a traditional biking shoe look and feel like.

Learn more at dzrshoes.com.

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