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Old 09-17-12, 10:53 PM   #1
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What kind of SIDI shoes are these?

I just bought these shoes from a guy because they came with four brand new pairs of Time ATAC cleats. I only really wanted the cleats, because these are a little too small for me. I was thinking of selling them on eBay, but I can't seem to figure out what model they are. I'd like to know before I try to list them. Anybody recognize them?



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Old 09-17-12, 11:33 PM   #2
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Look like a pair of Dominators to me.
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Look like a pair of Dominators to me.
That's what I thought, but honestly I still don't believe it. I should send this guy a thank you letter. I got these shoes, four pairs of brand new ATAC cleats, and a set of very decent Time ATAC pedals for 30 dollars. It was a long drive, but it was worth the trip just for the cleats at 30 bucks. I had no idea these were such expensive shoes.
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Well, they're reasonably old ones. Judging from the buckle mechanism, first or second generation, and the small instep logo. So, probably ten years old or more.
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Well, they're reasonably old ones. Judging from the buckle mechanism, first or second generation, and the small instep logo. So, probably ten years old or more.
Huh... well... they were 30 bucks. If they fit better I'd keep them but they pinch, so, we'll see what eBay gets me for them. Thanks for the reply.
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Ten years isn't much for SIDI's. I have one pair of first generation SIDI Genius road shoes that are 14 years old and still in great shape after many thousand miles.
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