FLR Rexston Shoe Review

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FLR Rexston Shoe

FLR Rexston Shoe Review

FLR Rexston Shoe Review:

The Seven Day Cyclist’s Michael Stenning reviewed the Rexston, FLR’s touring/trail shoe. He says, the Rexston is a “capable budget shoes for commuting, touring and light gravel duties.”

Retail: $69.99

Pros: Rugged, perform equally well on and off the road, classy, subtle styling, easy to care for.

Cons: Suit narrower feet.

Summary: 3.5/5 stars

“Overall, the FLR Rexston are an excellent option for those looking to mix touring with some light trail and bikepacking duties. Serious gravel riders will want to spend a bit more. Those looking towards touring, commuting but wanting to indulge in gravel shenanigans now and then, have most to gain. There are several brands offering road and commuter models that can rival them on price but not their versatility.”

Value: 3.25/5

Care/Durability: 3/5

Breathability/Water Resistence: 3/5

Power Transfer/Sole: 3.5/5

Sizing/Fit: 3.5/5

To read the full FLR Rexston Shoe Review click here.

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