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Old 10-20-03, 01:46 PM   #1
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Shoe and Cleat Compatibility

Okay. I'm poor so I need some help. I've been looking on Nashbar and found these shoes, and cleats. I know the pedals and the cleats are compatible, but not sure about the cleats with the shoes. Here's a picture of them.





I know the bottom of the shoe where the cleat is put in is covered, but I'm curious.
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Old 10-20-03, 01:55 PM   #2
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You're fine. Any shoe that says they're SPD compatible, like these do in the nashbar catalogue, will work with that style cleat.
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Awesome, thanks.
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SPDs are a little easier to get, however, sometimes when you get road shoes, even if they are compatible with the cleat (Time, Look, SPD-R, SPD, etc) sometimes the sole is not compatible with the cleat. Carbon soled road shoes ($$$) are sometimes not compatible due to the curviture/layout, but for SPDs, it's more than likely not a problem.

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I'm getting them. Woo Hoo.
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