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Old 07-14-09, 06:31 PM   #1
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Sizing of Lake Shoes vs. Shimano

I wear a 47 in shimano shoes, currently have the R-300. I'm looking at the Lake cx330c online.

Does anybody have experience with sizing difference between these 2 brands?

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FWIW, I have a pair of Shimano MTB shoes in 47 that I wear with thicker socks and just got the CX330 in a 46 with regular thin bike socks that are perfect. The CX330 are wider in the forefoot than the Shimano.

That being said, take into account that this opinion is based on only these two shoes.

I'd take a look at the Lake sizing guide on their website as it was accurate for my normal width feet.

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