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Old 10-30-09, 07:46 PM
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How to get European SIDI shoes?

I'm not giving up on this one yet. Apparently, the SIDI shoes I picked out on their website are only available in Europe. I am not giving up on this one yet.

Where would it be best to attempt to get these? I'm wondering at what extra cost this may be?

Seems so silly, as it is effectively the same shoe as the Dominator MTB, but comes in various colors.
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Did you try looking at PBK, Wiggle, other UK sites?
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Thanks for the links. I was not aware of the stores to check. Those two listed do not show the color combo I was looking for. Any others I should check?

I'm looking for MTB Eagle 5 Pro in Steel/Black/Blue that is shown on SIDI's website for an overall similar price to the Dominators. If not I'll have to go with the boring ole black Dominators.
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Nail Polish? Colored Duct Tape?
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You might ask in the Road forum, they tend to be a little more shopping-inclined.
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Seems like there are a bunch of online stores that carry that. If you are a size 40 biketiresdirect and westernbikeworks have it, lol.


Some store in Northern Ireland has em in a variety of sizes according to their web store -- never bought from them.---


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