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    Senior Member BCBike's Avatar
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    Heard anymore about the Nike MTB shoes?

    Anyone seen the new Nike Freeride shoes in stores yet? I am saving towards getting some shoes or whatever that are intended to be used MTBing. For now I will be continuing to use my imitation Nike Air crosstrainers.

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    Rouleur gattm99's Avatar
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    I though Nike had a wide range of Mtn bike shoes. There are lots of shoes out there to choose from, probably something better then the Nike Freeride.

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    http://www.nike.com/nke6/

    there you go.
    i've got a pair of the mobi-ones and they're pretty sweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mosplat
    http://www.nike.com/nke6/

    there you go.
    i've got a pair of the mobi-ones and they're pretty sweet.
    Oddly enough, they don't say anything about having sticky rubber soles (which I thought the initial press release mentioned?). For a platform pedal shoe, I reccommend the Five.Tens, they're durable, proven performers and cost less than the Nikes.

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    I have an older pair of Nike shoes that have lasted over 5 years. They have commuted in rain/snow/mud and are still holding together. If they fit your feet then go for them.

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