Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Montreal, Quebec
Bikes: Haro V2 [rip / stolen], PEUGEOT '93 SELECT
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rlotz, good advice. It's the cleat that I guess I am worried about. From what I understand from what you said is that its truely the cleat that makes the shoe compatible with the pedal. Am I correct? And Is there really a huge difference in fits when I know my shoe size already in several major non-bike shoes. I was reading the shoe fit guide on NASHBAR.com and my size seems to fit pretty well across what they chart out.
wait, The buckles on the shoes broke? Ok, well that saved me a purchase, I was gonna pick up some Spec. shoes on discount... Any issues with the pedal?
My purchase is being swayed between the mtb shimano shoe my LBS showed me at 50$ or a sixsixone mtb shoe on clearance for 30$. Guess what I'm being more convinced of getting right now because of the price?
I want a decent entry level shoe that wont bust my balls or my wallet when I use them, but I don't want to feel like im lugging around concrete shoes either.
suggestions / comments / sorry if this comes off like trolling. Like I said, I'm new to the bike shoe thing.
I'll definately wait to pick up my shoes, but, I would also like to get as much advice in before buying them. Anything I should look for specifically? I wanna do 4 season riding and cross competitvely (still looking for cross comps out in montreal)
The Shimano SH-MT20D Mountain Shoe is what I was suggested by my LBS. I'm thinking I should just shut up and listen to my LBS at this point.
Last edited by dzinehaus; 06-17-07 at 03:58 PM.