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Old 10-26-03, 05:53 PM
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Cycling Footwear Question

Does anyone know of any companies that make cycling shoes make them for people with wide feet (specifically EEE)? I've never found any either locally or on-line and I'm wondering if anyone even makes them. If not I guess I'll just have to keep wearing tennis shoes on my MTB trips.

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Old 10-26-03, 06:04 PM
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doesnt SIDI make a wide shoe
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Old 10-26-03, 06:06 PM
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Give the SIDI "mega" wide shoes a try.
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Old 10-26-03, 10:47 PM
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Originally Posted by av8or
Does anyone know of any companies that make cycling shoes make them for people with wide feet (specifically EEE)? I've never found any either locally or on-line and I'm wondering if anyone even makes them. If not I guess I'll just have to keep wearing tennis shoes on my MTB trips.

TIA

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Man, I have exactly the opposite problem. Have you tried Specialized shoes? They are wide. ..I can go swimming in those suckers!
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Old 10-27-03, 08:25 AM
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I wear 11-1/2 EEE in regular street shoes and have found many of the Shimano road shoes and Pearl Izumi Vortex fit well.
I just bought a pair of Northwave Centurion shoes. Haven't ridden with them yet, but just trying them on and wearing around the house (no cleats and on carpeting) for a few minutes they seem comfortable.
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