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Old 06-29-12, 08:57 PM
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Originally Posted by tagaproject6 View Post
Your foot/sole/cleat position will be relatively unchanged. All the shoe is adding would be the treads around the cleats. Imagine removing the treads on your regular MTB shoe...you will now have an exposed cleats, will your positioning change? Now put the treads back on...you know have recessed cleats.
If it doesn't change my stroke length, I may give them a try. I don't walk around in them a lot, but I do have to walk through the house sometimes, and there are times I stop along my ride at my mothers house and have to walk up a driveway, etc. Will this damage the cleat? My wife will kill me if I gouge the floor up

I really like these, and the fit is perfect. I hate to send them back.
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