Midsole Luck

Midsole

Ventilation System Luck

Ventilation System

Varus Correction

Varus Correction

Valgus Correction

Valgus Correction

MIDSOLES FOR PLANTAR CORRECTION

LUCK® IS REVOLUTIONIZING THE BIOMECHANICS OF CYCLING WITH THE INCORPORATION OF A NEW SYSTEM OF STATE-OF-THE-ART CARBON MIDSOLES.

LUCK® is presenting an innovative concept in carbon midsoles aimed at correcting leg asymmetries or metatarsal misalignments.

The customized adaptation to the specific anatomy of each cyclist achieves a perfect foot-knee-hip alignment.

TOTAL ADAPTATION TO ANATOMICAL FORM

LUCK® carbon-fibre midsoles adapt perfectly to the feet through the structural shaping of carbon, with no need for accessory wedges that are difficult to position.

In combination with the carbon-fibre footplate, the LUCK® midsole offers characteristics that make it the preferred choice compared to other more conventional alternatives:

  • Establishes a chamber for ventilation to circulate.
  • Unbeatable rigidity with double-structure carbon-fibre.
  • Great pedalling efficiency as it optimizes the transfer of force.
  • Prevents injury by correcting anatomical asymmetries.
  • Extremely lightweight thanks to the carbon.
  • Maximum comfort with full support for the plantar structure.

BIOMECHANICS IN CYCLING - ANATOMICAL PECULIARITIES AND THEIR SOLUTIONS LUCK

Recent studies in biomechanics have shown that 96% of cyclists have some form of misalignment in their position on the bicycle. These misalignments can cause great discomfort, chronic fatigue, reduced performance and injuries in the short and long term.

Asymmetries in the lower limbs result in the body learning inwards towards the axis of the axis of the bicycle frame. The result is an unavoidable dysfunction that ends up forcing the joins (knees and ankles) in the same direction.

The pedalling process is affected by these changes, leading to chronic injuries and loss of power.

All these problems can be solved by the LUCK® Carbon Fibre Midsole System.

The knee is property aligned with the vertical defined by the bicycle axis.

The increases pedalling power by up to 20% as well as reducing the risk of injury.

Varus

Varus (87% affected population)

Valgus

Valgus (9% affected population)

Varus Correction

Varus Correction