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Old 04-08-21, 06:52 AM
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Shimano and Specialized are the most readily available, moderately wide shoe in the US. If those don't work for you, visit the Lake Cycling website and do the foot-tracing/measuring procedure as outlined there and then reference their sizing chart. It's the most comprehensive that I've found online and the results have been fantastic for me - great fit, great shoe. Frankly, I wish that I would have done that sooner - I chased shoe fit for a years, wasting more time and money than necessary, mostly because I balked at spending ~$300 on shoes and getting it right the first time.
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