The new Y-series labels the World's first serial shoe with the unique option to mount your cleats in both, the traditional (metatarsal) position (first third) or the highly efficient mid foot (middle of the shoe) position. Using the same high-tech PU-coated, seamless upper as for our top-of-the-range carbon models, the only difference is the versatile 10mm nylon sole with its twin cleat design. The result: a likewise comfortable and affordable lightweight shoe(220gramms/M).
This is the perfect shoe for those keen to explore the benefits of mid foot cleat placement for themselves or use it as a spare pair without taking the ultimate 'carbon plunge' of our pro-models.
Those athletes with four-bolt cleats will be delighted to hear that yes, its of course possible to mount your system directly onto your Maccies. With a little extra you can save on weight and stack height even more. Contact us parallel to your order.
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Discover the world's first serial midsole shoe
Serial Midfoot Cleat Position
For 20+ years we have been crafting custom-made racing shoes with midfoot position for world-class athletes like Daniela Ryf, Paula Newby-Fraser, and Diana Riesler. We are now introducing the first ever serial shoe with a twin-cleat drilling pattern in both, traditional and midfoot zone.
Light - On Your Budget and Feet
Weight minimization has always been crucial to biomac's success. This is why for years we only used carbon shells for our high-end racing shoes. The new Y-line is our first model with a nylon sole, that makes the shoe extremely comfortable while still keeping it lightweight (220g).
High-Tech Upper Material
The Y-series keeps your feet dry in all conditions. The dirt and water-repellent upper material protects your feet from outside moisture, while a nylon mesh layer prevents sweating through efficient ventilation. They are available with two types of closure: an ATOP ratchet buckle and a velcro flap.
As they say in California:
They are the BOMB!
Paula Newby-Fraser (8x World Champion)
It takes workload off specific calf muscles, which allows athletes to run faster and further off the bike.
Brett Sutton (tri-coaching legend)
I was skeptical at first, too... I wouldn't go back now though. Too much improvement.