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Old 10-26-03, 05:53 PM   #1
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Cycling Footwear Question

Does anyone know of any companies that make cycling shoes make them for people with wide feet (specifically EEE)? I've never found any either locally or on-line and I'm wondering if anyone even makes them. If not I guess I'll just have to keep wearing tennis shoes on my MTB trips.

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Old 10-26-03, 06:04 PM   #2
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doesnt SIDI make a wide shoe
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Give the SIDI "mega" wide shoes a try.
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Does anyone know of any companies that make cycling shoes make them for people with wide feet (specifically EEE)? I've never found any either locally or on-line and I'm wondering if anyone even makes them. If not I guess I'll just have to keep wearing tennis shoes on my MTB trips.

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Man, I have exactly the opposite problem. Have you tried Specialized shoes? They are wide. ..I can go swimming in those suckers!
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Old 10-27-03, 08:25 AM   #5
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I wear 11-1/2 EEE in regular street shoes and have found many of the Shimano road shoes and Pearl Izumi Vortex fit well.
I just bought a pair of Northwave Centurion shoes. Haven't ridden with them yet, but just trying them on and wearing around the house (no cleats and on carpeting) for a few minutes they seem comfortable.
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