Perfect timing for summer :roll:, but I've broken part of the cleat off one of my winter boots and the bolts are rounded off, meaning I can't change them. Can't be bothered drilling them out as the boots are pretty gubbed anyway. I've had them through 6 winters so it's a good excuse for a new pair...
So, what's recommended? I've been using the old-old-style Shimano winter boots - I found them pretty decent, but a bit bulky, crap sole and too warm/sweaty a lot of the time.
Something waterproof, but not necessarily too warm, would be ideal. I can always wear extra socks in deepest, coldest winter. I do MTB right through winter, so definately have a need for something more sturdy than my summer shoes. So any ideas? Ones I like the look of are:
(reviews say they're OK but not warm enough for proper winter use, which might suit my needs, plus I also find Specialized shoes incredibly comfortable - I've got Specialized summer shoes)
(but I'm concerned they might be too warm for my purposes?)
Any thoughts on an autumn/winter/spring boot/shoe or alternative suggestions welcomed