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adidas Mountain Biking Clothes & Shoes

Trail, enduro, downhill or adventure riding, no matter how you get your thrill on two wheels, we have the mountain biking clothes and shoes to keep you pedaling. Look for Five Ten mountain bike shoes with our pedal-gripping Stealth rubber and Dotty tread design for traction you can trust on and off the bike. Or go for one of our clip-in MTB shoes for fast and efficient pedaling no matter where you're headed. You will also find the classic Five Ten Freerider, the flat pedal bike shoe that you can wear on and off the bike. Its casual style and Stealth rubber tread set the bar for do-it-all mountain bike shoe performance.

Whether you're on a multi-day bikepacking trip or running hot laps after work, our mountain bike pants and shorts set you up for unrestricted mobility with all the right pockets. When it comes to mountain bike shirts, we have Five Ten bike jerseys for the trail and T-shirts for anytime wear. Extend your riding season with a mountain bike rain jacket to seal out the wet and keep you pedaling when the clouds roll in. Go ahead and upgrade your bike kit with Five Ten mountain biking clothes and shoes from adidas.

Mountain Bike Gear Frequently Asked Questions

Mountain bikers wear baggy shorts for several reasons. A baggy cut can offer a better range of motion than thin tights. There’s also more abrasion resistance in case of a fall or brush with forest foliage. Baggy shorts offer more pocket storage. And some mountain bikers just prefer the look.
Mountain biking is relatively easy to learn, but it can take years or a lifetime to master. Compared to road biking, it requires a different set of skills, habits and muscles. Varied trail surfaces, obstacles and fatter bike tires make the experience feel much different from road biking. Scanning your surroundings and identifying the best way forward may pose a mental challenge as well. Start on a beginner trail, and don't be afraid to mess up.
Either flat shoes or clipless shoes are best for mountain biking, depending on the pedals. Most newer cyclists opt for flat shoes and pedals. Once you’re more comfortable on the trail, clipless shoes and pedals, which connect using a particular kind of cleat, may provide more stability and efficiency.