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Shoe fit

Old 07-23-10, 04:07 PM
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Shoe fit

When I first bought my clipless shoes they were nice and snug, but recently I have purchased soem cycling socks which are thinner and while riding my shoe seems noticeably looser on my foot. The shoe also looks a little wider, so I'm guessing the shoe has broken in and maybe its time to get a new pair. Is there any rules to buying new shoes for the bike, like a half size smaller or something? It seems I'm constantly doing a lot of adjusting my legs and feet cause of the shoes and take my focus off of just cycling. I feel like I'm constantly looking for that sweet spot, but then I get it and my foot moves and it's gone again. Any tips?
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