Making the jump to clipless pedals doesn't have to mean investing in pro-level kicks right off the bat. If you're ready to move past riding with sneaks and pedal baskets, look to the Scott Road Comp BOA Lady Shoe to give you a comfortable and accessible introduction to the improved power transfer and ride quality of riding clipped-in. With clean, breathable uppers and a Boa dial and strap closure, the Road Comp allows you to fine-tune tightness along the length of your foot, without having to put up with numbness in your toes for a slip-free fit along your instep. Though the fiberglass-reinforced nylon sole doesn't rank as high in stiffness as a top-tier outsole, it provides reliable power transfer for entry-level and intermediate recreational cyclists who aren't worried about the peloton just yet.
Great shoes. Had them since the spring, nearly 1500 miles on them. They look great, fit great, and are holding up great. I have the mountain model, that is almost identical, it’s great not having much of a difference between shoes. Here lately, I have been using one as a broken toe “mini boot”. The sole is perfectly stiff, and I can tell you that even with 8 hour work days, the shoes stay comfortable. That about their limit though;) only going to knock a star because I wish that the boa lock would release tension with a twist.