At the footbed, Mono II’s new vibration-absorbing insole features a ball-of-foot pressure point release, and comes with a choice of three arch support options for personalised comfort. Paired with a reassuringly supportive padded heel cup and tongue and developed from a hand-worked last that precisely follows the contours of the foot, Mono II represents the last word in long mile comfort.
Fine details like stylish, brogue-inspired zig-zag stitching and circulation-enhancing tongue trim complete the shoe.
– Handlaid, unidirectional carbon fibre sole
– Durable, weather-resistant upper (inherited from our Gran Tourer gravel shoes)
– Zig-zag detailing for enhanced strength
– Dual dial closure & custom-moulded lace guide for fast adjustment
– Precise, hand-moulded last
– Supportive heel padding
– Vibration-absorbing insole with ball-of-foot pressure point reléase
– Three arch inserts for custom-like fit
– 3-bolt road cleat compatible (Look/Speedplay)
– Featherlight at 249 g (EU43)
Dual Dial closure
A dual dial closure and custom molded lace guide for a custom fit and even pressure distribution.
Dovetail padded tongue
British-inspired dovetail padded tongue for enhanced circulation.
Carbon fibre sole
Handlaid, unidirectional carbon fibre sole to provide ultimate stiffness and efficient power transfer.
Find your size
QUOC new whole sizing fits true to size. If you have ridden with Quoc shoes before, we rounded our half sizes up to whole sizes due them having a generous fit i.e an EU43.5 is now a EU44.
This measurement is the internal length of the shoe, we recommend adding at least 5 mm to your foot measurement so that there is a comfortable amount of room at the front of the shoe.
Quoc footwear was founded in 2009 by British designer and cyclist, Quoc Pham. His goal was simple: to create cycling shoes that combined comfort, performance and contemporary design in the British shoemaking tradition.
The first Quoc urban cycling shoes combined the performance and functionality of the best contemporary bicycle footwear with the style of a casual dress shoe. Notable models included the original Fixed silhouette and the Tourer, both of which became bywords for quality, craftsmanship and performance, helping to establish an urban cycling movement that valued a seamless and stylish transition from pedal to pavement.
Over the years our range has expanded to meet the demands of different cyclists, extending to road cycling shoes and gravel bike shoes, but the Quoc ethos remains the same: to create beautifully made, stylish cycling footwear for both on and off the bike.