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The Frost Gore 2 is its winter MTB shoe, with a Gore-Tex lining and more insulation than you’d get in a traditional MTB shoe.
Sidi Frost Gore 2 shoe specification
Sidi has made the toe piece of the tread replaceable. Andy Lloyd / Immediate Media
The shoe features Sidi’s nylon MTB SR17 sole, which has fairly deep rubber treads to give grip in the mud, paired with bosses to mount studs if you wish.
The front tread blocks sit on a replaceable plate, so they can be switched if they wear out.
Between the fore and rear foot, there’s a rubberised Sidi logo to help with grip if you miss your pedal’s mechanism.
To aid cleat positioning, the cleat channel is marked but is narrow and doesn’t extend particularly far back in the shoe. The shank of the sole is stiffer than most other winter mountain bike shoes.
The multi-panel upper features a range of faux-leather and mesh panels, with fair levels of toe protection. Behind the outer surface is a Gore-Tex liner extending most of the way to the top of the shoe.
A shallow neoprene sock (with a Velcro closure) sits above the top of the shoe at the ankle.