Kursk Pro 2.0 Grey SPD Bike Shoe

3 reviews 0 5 4.4
Our original and most popular City SPD, now with Flexplate™ Technology for uncompromising performance on and off the bike. Wear it all day. Everyday.


The Kursk Pro is our original City SPD. We made it for messengers and commuters who need clip-in performance they can wear all day. The Kursk Pro 2.0 includes our innovative Flexplate™ Technology. It's rigid where you need it and flexible where you don't. Whether you're a messenger charging through traffic and running up flights of stairs, or a committed commuter on your daily grind, our City SPDs deliver uncompromised pedal performance and walking comfort.


• Dual density FlexPlate™ Technology delivers unprecedented walking comfort


• Durable rubber heel cup
• Compatibility with most clipless pedal systems


• 100% Vulcanized construction
• Contoured impact-resistant PU footbed
• Skid resistant contact rubber outsole
• Abrasion-resistant 1,000 Denier CORDURA® Brand fabric upper
• Built in: Thailand

Customer Reviews 3 item(s)

Good but not built strong enough.
Love the shoes and their ability to look pretty normal off the bike. Have used these for commuting and even 100 mile gravel rides. However, the two pairs I have had disappointingly cracked near where the spd plate mounts. Was on the right shoe (strong side I guess) both times.
Review by Drumomatic / (Posted on 8/17/2014)
Best SHOES ever!!!
I had 2 pairs of the original version, both in black and grey, I can’t wait to get the new ones with more flexibility. I wore the old ones every day, not just for riding… they are my favorite shoes! I commute everywhere I go and these shoes stood up to everything, snow, rain, one tornado and a blizzard, they are finally falling apart after over 2 years of constant abuse, good job chrome!!
Review by Brawlsy / (Posted on 11/23/2013)
Killed shoes
Love these shoes. Use them daily for my commute to and from work. I ride 13 miles each way and they are great. I can even wear them through the day as well if needed
Review by Ian / (Posted on 8/22/2013)