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    sidi shoes.

    now that i have been riding for a little i want to go clipless if anyone has any information on sidi and the sidi rampa 3 it would be most appreciated.

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    i ment if anyone had ever owned them before. are they quality, do they hold up to alot of use.

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    Check out MTBR.com. I don't own Sidi's, but I've heard good things. Plenty of reviews on MTBR.

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    I don't think I've ever heard of anyone who's had Sidis say they would never buy them again. Those who've worn them a long time say they last forever. I've only had mine for a couple years, but they still look like new and are very comfortable (as comfortable as biking shoes can be, that is).

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    i looked on mtbr and asked someone who was putting them on on the trail and i am getting the rampa 3. they seem to be great shoes.

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    I have these shoes. Two issues:

    Only 2 straps

    Velcro straps too long and hit my crank. Doesn't really do anything but it can be kind of annoying. Otherwise, good stiffness, pretty comfortable and the sole is decent.

    Good buy generally.

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