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SIDI Presents the Wire Katusha Team Limited Edition

The model features Team Katusha graphics and is now also available to fans all over the world.

Sidi Sport is pleased to introduce the new model Wire Carbon Katusha Team Limited Edition. This shoe is a faithful reproduction of the same model being worn by Alexander Kristoff, Purito Rodriguez, Ilnur Zakarin and their team mates in the 2016 season, and now it will be available to everyone at all the finest cycling shops starting in May.


The Sidi Wire shoe dedicated to Team Katusha is a masterpiece of technology and design, part of a wide collection of limited edition models throughout the years, which Sidi has dedicated to the best teams, to their great champions and their unforgettable victories. The Wire model is light and highly performing, so in 2016 it is sure to be the top model in the Sidi Sport collection for road cycling.


This new partnership, which decks out all the riders on Team Katusha with Sidi Sport shoes, is bringing immense satisfaction to the company from Maser; up to now the World Tour team has garnered 10 successes on roads the world over, from Europe to the Middle East. Now the team’s top riders will be called on to shine in the major tours of 2016, starting with the Giro d’Italia, which kicks off on May 6th from Holland, where Team Katusha will presumably be led by the Russian Ilnur Zakarin.


As always, this limited edition comes with special packaging. In fact, this model comes in a fancy box with fantastic graphics in the Katusha colours. But the surprises don’t stop there. Inside the box there is a custom shoe bag in the team colours, featuring the names of all the riders on the 2016 roster, plus a pair of Katusha Team socks and a picture of the team. The Sidi Wire Carbon Katusha Team Limited Edition is sure to become a collectors’ item for all enthusiasts and fans who love everything about cycling.



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