Mtb shoes for sale - try-outs 'til I figured size

4 years 6 months ago - 4 years 6 months ago #44733 by BrianB
BrianB created the topic: Mtb shoes for sale - try-outs 'til I figured size
Two pair of as-new mtb shoes that were worn a few times until I figured out the size was not right.

1 - Specialized Comp size 43 mountain bikes shoes worn 4 times before deciding they were too big and roomy for my foot, mostly in the heel. Very comfy insole, Shimano cleats mounted. $150

2 - Sidi Genius 5 size 42.5 mtb shoes worn twice on canal path rides before deciding they were too big. Average width, equivalent to a US size 9. Pretty much new. Very stiff sole. $220

The Specialized shoe seems suited for a normal to slightly wide foot. The Sidi's are for average to narrowish feet. I ended up with a 42 Sidi.

email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if interested. I can bring them to the Rally.
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