BONT Riot+ Bont Cycling Shoes
Bont Riot+, the worlds first carbon composite heat moldable entry level cycling shoe now available with BOA retention system.
The Riot+ combines Bont’s pro series technical features, our power transfer platform, anatomical shaping with competition grade materials and BOA retention system to create the most technically advanced entry level road cycling shoe.
Model: Bont Riot+
Material: Carbon Composite Construction with Microfiber Upper
Stack Height: 4.8 mm
Air Vents: Ventilations holes through upper and mesh inserts
Sole Guards: Replaceable
Cleat Mounting: 3 Hole Look Configuration
Closing Option:s Boa dial and Z from velcro strap
Weight: 280 grams
Color Options: Mega Crimson/Khaki, Midnight/Mega Crimson, Pearl White/Black, Totally Lime/Charcoal
SIZES: please check the size chart below and also complete the SIZE WIZARD on BontCycling.com
Sizes are Bont standard width unless otherwise stated “wide” – for wide fit please contact us and we can order your shoes (6-8 weeks delivery)
*please try your Bont shoes on a carpeted surface, we are unable to exchange sizes if the soles are scratched
Heat-molding is available in store with every Bont Cycling purchase, or check out the video on how to do it at home
This cycling shoe is the most heat moldable shoe on the market today. Bont’s resin is developed in house and has been perfected over 36 years to be an extremely stiff resin that becomes pliable at relatively low temperatures. The base of the shoe is moldable which means all stiff areas of the shoe can be molded in a standard oven. You do not need to mold your shoes if they fit you straight out of the box. To mold your shoes, remove any cleats, laces or cleat mounting screws and innersole before molding. Failure to remove the innersole can result in it becoming deformed by the heat. Pre heat the oven to 70C/160F. Place the shoe in the oven for 20 minutes. Higher temperatures will void your warranty and may damage your boot. Caution: Do not place your feet in the hot shoes or you may burn your feet. Let them cool a little and test the shoe temperature with your hand before placing your feet in the shoes. Tighten the straps and allow to cool. If you have any lumps or bunions on your feet or if there are any areas causing discomfort, while the shoe is hot you can use the round end of a screwdriver to press out any part of the boot. You can heat mold the shoes as many times as you like.