The Houndstooth Collection are available to order now, delivery time 4-6 weeks.
Handmade in Italy the stunning Di Luca Killer KS1 road shoes perform as good as they look! They feature the very latest HMS technology that helps mould the shoes to your feet to create the perfect fit.
The pied de poule is definitely a timeless and undisputed symbol of elegance. We decided to design two types of shoes with this very famous pattern. The first a classic lace up with classic houndstooth colouring, and the second a blue houndstooth with the latest Atop lace system. The inspiration behind the designs was to bring a bit of Anglo-Italian fashion, style and culture to your riding feet.
Full carbon fibre shell
The ultralite hull/sole has been engineered by experts in the development of road shoe performance with the input of top professional cyclists. Made from 100% carbon fibre, it has been scientifically proven that significant power gains are transmitted through the pedals giving the rider increased performance.
Heat Mouldable Carbon Sole
The carbon hull moulds to the individual rider’s feet for the perfect fit. To watch the video click HERE
Breathability is very important in any performance shoe. The KS1 has been designed with ventilation holes not only either side of the frontal upper and tong, but also the carbon sole. this helps keep the rider’s feet at the optimum temperature.
ATOP Lace System
The KS1 feature the advanced dual directional ATOP lace system.
Adjustable with one hand, it’s quick and easy, and can be tightened or loosened on the move.
The shoes have been designed to provide total comfort and stop any pronation movement.
Pronation is a natural movement of the foot. The KS1 has been engineered to guard against the rider’s arch rolling, causing either supination (underpronation) or overpronation.
Lateral Forefoot Support
The hull of the KS1 provides both lateral forefoot support and heel support for optimum comfort.
Anatomically designed for ultimate comfort.
The anatomical shape of the KS1 gives the front half and toes of the rider’s feet the freedom of movement without losing any stability or performance.