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Snap block structure for bicycle-use shoes










Image Number 5 for United States Patent #7178272.

A snap block structure for a pair of mountaineering bicycle shoes each having a bottom formed with two protruding spiked blocks and two threaded locking holes located between the two spiked blocks. The snap block structure includes a snapping member mounted on the bottom of each of the mountaineering bicycle shoes and having a top face integrally formed with a protruding block mounted between the two spiked blocks of each of the mountaineering bicycle shoes. Thus, the mountaineering bicycle shoes are available for a mountaineering bicycle pedal and also available for the road-use bicycle pedal by provision of the snap block structure, thereby enhancing the versatility of the mountaineering bicycle shoes.








 
 
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