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BONT are an Australian company and have been doing things a little differently since 1975 when founder Inze Bont fiberglassed the back of his leather ice-skates for additional support. In 1986 BONT were the first company to commercially use Kevlar in their footwear and in 1989 became the first to use carbon fibre. BONT are innovative. We like that.

In 2007 BONT moved into the cycling market having been successfully creating medal winning shoes for Speed skaters for decades. In the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing BONT racked up 8 medals in the cycling events. Since then many world class cyclists have moved to BONT, including our own Mark Cavendish and Bradley Wiggins and many of the GB Track squad. The company are extremely proud of the quality of their product and if you read their website you'll notice that they don't like others in the industry selling you Carbon, Monocoque or anything else unless that is exactly what it is. Suffice to say that BONT are giving you a dictionary definition when it comes to their heat-moldable Carbon Monocoque, hand-made cycling shoes.

What makes BONT so special is two-fold. Firstly they use proprietary lasts that are shaped like a human foot and designed specifically for cycling. As a result, fit is uncompromisingly accurate. Secondly is the incredible stiffness they are able to build into their shoes and this stems from their use of in-house resins - something that BONT claim no-one else does. BONT have been developing resin technology for 39 years. The resins used in their shoes enable them to be heat-moldable repeatedly by the rider at relatively low temperatures. Usually this would be to the detriment of the structure of the shoe but BONT's rapid curing resin means that your shoes will harden quickly without compromising fit or comfort. Ultimately, you can put your shoes in the oven at 70oC for 20 minutes and then strap them on your feet, allow them to cool and have a shoe that is totally tailored to your foot.

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