DZR was born in the Swiss Alps out of a passion for a life of riding – on city streets and mountain trails and anywhere else you can get two wheels. Now, they are based out of San Francisco, California. At Interbike 2013 in Las Vegas, DZR presented their new Collection 2013/2014:

DZR Schuhe Enduro Clipless klickpedale

DZR has got an Dirt and Urban clipless Collection and a Dirt Flat Pedal Collection. The men shoes are available in EU 41 – 47 the unisex models are available in EU 37 – 47.

DIRT clipless


The shoe uses a fiberglass shank to provide enough stiffness to handle hard pedaling, but the sole still has enough traction for off-bike excursions. A hook and loop closure prevents the laces from snagging on crankarms and chainrings, and adds a little protection from the elements. The Terra models are available in 4 different colors (BLACK, Sea LTD, Forrest LTD, Plum LTD).

Terra Sea LTD – Grey/Turquiose – EU 37 - 47
Terra Sea LTD – Grey/Turquiose – EU 37 – 47
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Terra Forrest LTD – Brown/green
Terra Forrest LTD – Brown/green


The Mamba Midtop is engineered with an asymmetrical padding around the ankle for better protecting, but minimal crank rub. Built to mash on your pedals but stylish enough to wear with your jeans. The Mamba offers a selection of 2 different materials and colors. The Mamba BLACK out of PU coated suede in black and the Mamba X out of synthetic leather in brown/green. Both are available in EU 41-47.

Mamba X – brown/green – EU 41 - 47
Mamba X – brown/green – EU 41 – 47
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The Dice sneaker has got a reinforced co-molded shank, an outsole designed with a high traction tread, and a padded upper with Velcro straps to add stability. The Dice Tan is made with a distressed fullgrain leather and the Dice Black ist made with synthetic leather. Both are available in EU 41-47.

Dice Tan – fullgrain leather – EU 41 - 47
Dice Tan – fullgrain leather – EU 41 – 47

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Words: DZR PR / Carina Hildebrandt | Photos: Robin Schmitt

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