The PBR3 redefines the standard of entry-level rowing shoes with a performance-oriented and injury-prevention focussed design for rowers of all abilities. Delivering pure anatomical support via a carbon composite forefoot cradle and heel counter, the PBR3 takes your row to the next step while ensuring the most anatomically correct connection between foot and stretcher. Featuring a world-first Carbon Composite Split Sole and wide single Velcro strapping system, the PBR3 comes in 20 sizes and is compatible with the Bont Rowing Drive QRS along with all major quick release systems.
World-first Carbon Split Sole design.
Carbon composite heel counter and forefoot foot cradle for ultimate force transfer and steering response.
Comfortable Microfiber upper with venting and drainage.
Pure anatomical design built around the shape of the human foot.
Best entry-class shoe available.
Best force transfer and connection measured.
Mid-arch foot support.
Upper and side vents for breathability in all-weather conditions.
Innersole - High-density memory foam.
Sole Guards - High density memory foam.
Padding - Closed-cell and non-porous memory foam.
Sole Mounting - Standard 4-hole offset foot stretcher pattern with carbon reinforced plate.
Closure System - Wide and secure single Velcro lock-down strapping system.
Built by rowers for rowers.
Weight - 230 grams (approximate weight based on size 44 shoe).
Bont Rowing EU
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Foot Length Range (mm)
Running Shoes Men (Nike)
Running Shoes Women (Nike)
For sizes that fall outside of our size chart, please get in touchHERE.
Be advised all measurements shown in the size chart above are listed in millimetres and refer to all current models purchased after 2015.
NEW SIZING METHOD
To find your Bont Rowing shoe size, download and print our all-new sizing page in US Letter or A4 and follow the instructions exactly as listed. Mark with a straight edge your longest toe and widest part of your foot. Double check the length and width with a ruler to confirm your measurements. Be advised, this is a newly developed sizing page so please send any feedback to our team by clicking the red 'speech bubble' in the corner of the page.
ORIGINAL SIZE METHOD
To find your size, place a piece of paper on a flat surface and place it directly up against a wall.
Stand on the paper and ensure you have a 1mm gap between your heel and the wall.
Plant your foot firmly on the ground and slowly roll your weight forward onto your forefoot until it reaches an angle of approximately 45-degrees. This position mimics the angle at the catch in a boat. Look down and take the measurement from the wall edge of the paper to your longest toe. Record the length.
Use a ruler to measure the length for each foot. Take these measurements and input them into the sizing wizard or reference the Foot Length Range sizing on the size chart.
The Last Length measurements shown on the chart are the exact length of the last that we use to build the shoes. This correlates to the precise internal measurement of the shoe.
Keep in mind the length of a foot will extend slightly when at the catch. It is for this reason the foot measurement must be taken at its longest point with foot at 45-degree angle.