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Old 01-04-05, 06:41 PM   #1
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MTB Shoes Question...

Question concerning mtb shoes. Specifically, should I get a size smaller or larger than my regular shoe size? I wear a size 12. The shoes I am purchasing are the Answer Impact shoes. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated. By the way, I bought the combo package that comes with Egg Beater pedals. Thanks guys
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I will say that my shoes are too big for me by about a size or a size and a half, and it causes it no problems.

I wouldn't be afraid of ordering a size that might be a little big.
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What are the advantages of MTB shoes? Don't know if I should purchase a pair or not...
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Bike Shoes

Just can't decide - clipless or not

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Old 01-06-05, 08:23 PM   #5
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well, go bigger, and if it feels too small after a week go a thick sock lol
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Question concerning mtb shoes. Specifically, should I get a size smaller or larger than my regular shoe size? I wear a size 12. The shoes I am purchasing are the Answer Impact shoes. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated. By the way, I bought the combo package that comes with Egg Beater pedals. Thanks guys
I'd go a size bigger, but why dont you find a store that has it and then buy online?

I would not buy another clothing before at least trying them on. Most of the time, I just buy them locally....
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Question concerning mtb shoes. Specifically, should I get a size smaller or larger than my regular shoe size? I wear a size 12. The shoes I am purchasing are the Answer Impact shoes. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated. By the way, I bought the combo package that comes with Egg Beater pedals. Thanks guys
Should have gone to the bike shop. All shoes fit differently a 9.5 in one company's line could be a 10 or even a 10.5 in someone elses. Never buy shoes or helmets unless you KNOW how they fit.
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