Many shoes are designed for specific activities, like boots for construction work, cleats for playing soccer/football, or the Kobe 2s, for sucking at being shoes. For great-looking kicks secretly made for cyclists, check DZR Shoes
Available only in one store apiece in ATL and NYC, DZR's a collection of double-duty Swiss-made sneakers whose street-y appeal hides a surprise under the bottom: a built-in hidden clip, which turns them into lockable cleats, and makes them the first vulcanized shoes of their kind, so expect them to have no emotions and be nasty at that alien gang sign. There're three looks in the initial drop: a ruggedly stylish gray/black/white low top called the GMT-8, plus mid top models like the brown, soft-leather Ovis, and the light gray/black Strauss, which's made from both full-grain leather and classic herringbone, which will make you say "Damn!" All three're compatible with two-bolt SPD pedals, and're constructed with efficiency-maximizing materials that deliver "strategic stiffness for power transfer" thanks to a nylon inner shank that's been optimized for flexibility/ sneaking past McManus's metal detectors to kill Adebisi
If there's no way you can make do with just three pairs of bike-sneakers, before Christmas they'll have a new drop of two styles, a far better idea than dropping "2" styles, unless that's into the garbage.