Eric Freson reviews the Five Ten Trailcross Clip-In for Blister

Five Ten Trailcross Clip-In

Five Ten’s new Trailcross Clip-In is the first, well, clip model in their Trailcross line, and Five Ten talks as much about its hiking performance as the on-bike portion of the program. So what does that mean for its performance as an actual bike shoe, and who is it going to work best for?
David Golay reviews the Shimano AM903 for Blister

Shimano AM903 Shoe

The Shimano AM9 has been their top-tier gravity clipless shoe for a long time now (and a personal favorite of ours), and while the latest AM903 generation is mostly a case of leaving a good thing alone, it’s got some nice refinements over the earlier iterations.
David Golay reviews the Five Ten Trailcross GTX for Blister

Five Ten Trailcross GTX

Five Ten calls the Trailcross GTX “the ultimate wet weather riding shoe” and it is, by far, the best option our Bike Editor has tried to date. But it’s not quite perfect — so check out our full review for the full rundown.
Noah Bodman reviews the Ion Rascal Amp for Blister

Ion Rascal Amp

The Ion Rascal Amp doesn’t try to be the techiest, most gadget-laden shoe on the market. Instead, it tries to take a tried-and-true design and execute it well. So did Ion succeed?
Noah Bodman reviews the Leatt 5.0 Clipless Shoe for Blister

Leatt 5.0 Clipless Shoes

Leatt’s 5.0 Clipless shoe offers downhill-worthy protection in a package that still pedals impressively well — and it’s competitively priced. That sounds great, but is there a catch?
Zack Henderson Reviews the Ride Concepts Hellion Elite for Blister

Ride Concepts Hellion Elite Shoe

Ride Concepts recently added a new flat-pedal shoe to their lineup, the Hellion Elite, which is a relatively low-profile option with the brand's stickiest rubber. But how does it compare to popular options like the Five Ten Freerider Pro, and which riders are going to like this new shoe the most? Check out our full review to find out.
Dylan Wood reviews the Five Ten Kestrel Pro Boa clipless mountain bike shoe for Blister in Gunnison & Crested Butte, Colorado

Five Ten Kestrel Pro Boa

Five Ten's Kestrel Pro Boa clipless mtb shoe combines elements from stiff & light XC shoes and much burlier, hike-friendly options, and the result is a very versatile shoe. Check out our review for more.
Blister's 2019 casual shoe and boot roundup

Casual Shoe & Boot Roundup — 2019

While we love to talk about the newest and most technical footwear, we spend most of our time in much more casual shoes and boots. The good news is that we’re continuing to see casual-looking shoes that are more comfortable, more versatile, and / or more environmentally sustainable, and you can check out our roundup for several of our favorite men’s and women’s options.
Noah Bodman reviews the Pearl Izumi X-Alp Launch SPD for Blister

Pearl Izumi X-Alp Launch SPD

When it comes to bike shoes, there are plenty of burly skate-style shoes that sacrifice pedaling performance, and a lot of pedal-oriented shoes that look out of place anywhere except on the bike. In between those two categories sits the Pearl Izumi X-Alp Launch SPD, and it’s definitely worth a look for riders looking for some of the best of both worlds.