I've been riding old style road pedals and toestraps with a severe toe out problem from the start. It's so severe I had to mill the slot longer on my right side cleat just to get the angle right. On my old pairs of Avocet touring shoes I had to grind a ridge out of each side as well. Of course they don't make those shoes anymore and I like the ridges for climbing.
Now that I've worn those out I'm trying to use these "Performance" touring shoes that I bought in the late 1990's but they are a little wide for old style road pedals. So I find my right knee hurting from not being able to turn my big foot out quite enough.
So I'm wondering some of you bike store guys know of a modern fix for this with the newer pedals and shoes. Keep in mind that I already scrape my heel along my right crankarm enough to wear the coating off (and then some) so I need a cleat that can be moved inside on the shoe as well as turned at an angle.
Any of you bike shop guys come across customers with this problem ?