Fizik introduce the new Tempo Overcurve R4 Les Classiques road shoes and limited-edition print

In honour of the Cobbled Classics and the bold riders who accept their challenge, Fizik presents the new Les Classiques Tempo Overcurve R4 road shoes and limited-edition artist print, for those ready to answer the call of the cobbles.

Fizik Tempo Overcurve R4 Les Classiques | 230 g (per shoe) | € 200

Engineered to perform on the pavé, the new Les Classiques deliver power from the ground up with the Tempo Overcurve R4 shoes. Built around a moderately stiff R4 outsole to strike a balance between comfort and pedalling efficiency,
these versatile road shoes utilize an asymmetrical “Overcurve” collar to follow the foot’s natural shape and a micro-adjustable Boa IP1 dial for easy, secure adjustments, no matter how tough the terrain.

PU laminate over mesh upper – Enhanced ventilation with support where needed

Furthering Les Classiques, Fizik has partnered with famed Italian printing house, Tipoteca Italiana, to release a limited-edition artist print honouring the heroic riders from some of cycling’s most storied races. Beyond producing prints, Tipoteca Italiana serves as a museum and archive, educating visitors and preserving the tradition of classic printing techniques — an ideal partner for Fizik’s homage to the history of the revered Cobbled Classics. Letterpress-printed in stark relief, “The Call of the Cobbles” presents a simple call to action to riders ready for the rough stuff.


  • Material PU laminate over mesh upper
  • Closure Boa IP1
  • Outsole R4 – carbon injected nylon
  • Weight 230 g (per shoe)
  • Sizes 36–48 (37 to 47 also in half sizes)
  • Intended use Road endurance
  • Price € 200
  • R4 carbon injected Outsole. Moderately stiff for efficient power transfer in comfort.

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    Words & Photos: Fizik