For sale 1 set of Bont Vaypor shoes in size 41.
Very attractive White, Red and Blue colour scheme which looks like a UK flag and certainly looks unique. Possibly ex UK youth team shoes as I hadn't seen this colorway before.
I have used them for a total of 100miles so they are in very good condition with the odd scratch on the sole as you would expect from light use.
I have also heat moulded them exactly to the manufacturers instructions but this can be done again so you would be able to custom fit them to your feet.
The Bont Zeros are lightweight, mouldable top-level shoes that are as stiff and efficient as we've ever used.
The Zeros are the shoes that Bradley Wiggins wore for his wins in this year's Tour de France and Olympic time trial – not that they'll necessarily deliver you the same success, but it proves that they can cut it at the very highest level.
Bont A-two carbon soled road shoes in size 44 (9.5 UK-ish)
Mostly white with bits of black. Absolutely mint condition and in the original box.
I'm selling this great pair of shoes, as annoyingly my feet just don't get on with them. I've tried them on three rides but I think my feet are just too wide, despite the heat moulding process. They can be moulded as many times as you like to get the fit perfect.
They're fantastic shoes - very light and super-stiff.
(Godalming, Guildford or Central London - can post if necessary)
If you were watching closely, you may have spotted a pair of natty yellow Bont's gracing the feet of a certain B. Wiggins in July this year. Wiggins no doubt likes their customisability and stiffness, and these less expensive Bont A-Three road shoes perform just as well, albeit for a few grams more.
Known for their bathtub style soles and alternative design philosophy, Bont have brought the A-Three to market promising to bring the performance that have made their top end shoes a favourite among many top pros, down to a more affordable price point.
Bont's Vaypor shoes are lightweight and amazingly stiff and you can heat-mould them to your feet for an excellent fit.
You've probably heard of Bont shoes, if only because the UCI banned their Crono time trial shoe last year. Bonts certainly attract a lot of attention because they're very different from the norm – not just the TT shoes, but the rest of the range too.