Verdict from 10.1 hours of research from the internet

91
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10 users: 4.8 / 5

5 reasons to buy

  • Stylish: Majority of the reviewers find the Vittoria Alise's design to be attractive.
  • Retention system: Several wearers commend the shoe's efficient and easy-to-adjust BOA dial closure.
  • Comfort: Numerous owners praise this road bike shoe's exceptional comfort.
  • Maintenance: Some users mention that the shoe is easy to clean.
  • Craftsmanship: Its materials and construction are of excellent quality, according to a few purchasers.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Lacks traction: A couple of commenters say there should be more rubber in the outsole to provide stability on smooth surfaces.
  • Limited colors: A few consumers wish there were more colorway options to choose from.

Bottom line

The Vittoria Alise is best loved for its stiff yet walkable soles. The shoe's race-level features are a welcomed component for this entry-level Vittoria model. It is also praised for its good looks and comfortable feel.

However, despite the pros, this footwear also has flaws, with the main one being the lack of traction. All things considered, it ticks all the boxes of excellent non-racing road shoes.

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Vittoria Alise: Affordable road shoe with high-end features

The Alise by Vittoria is an entry-level road bike shoe that belongs in the brand's more affordable spectrum. It is way more budget-friendly compared to its siblings, such as the race-level Vittoria Velar. However, do not be deceived by these as the shoe's premium features could also satisfy most seasoned casual road cyclists.

What is it for? The Alise will suit the following cycling activities:

  • Touring
  • Leisure road cycling
  • Learning/onset of road cycling

Who is it for? This model is designed for cyclists who are looking for the following:

  • Quality shoe at the right price
  • Waterproof upper
  • Easy and on-the-go adjustments
  • Not so stiff soles

Good to know: The Vittoria Alise is available in two sole variations - nylon and full carbon, and two purposes - road and MTB. This review covers the road shoe in the nylon version.

Size and fit

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How Alisè compares

This shoe: 91
All shoes average: 88
70 99
This shoe: $130
All shoes average: $249
$85 $550
This shoe: 5.4oz
All shoes average: 9.7oz
5.4oz 16.9oz