Casual SPD Shoes

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  • Casual SPD Shoes
  • Premier Icon robh
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    So my chunky Cannondale shoes have started to disintegrate, looking for a replacement any bargains about?

    Quite like the look of the 5.10 Free rider but that’s not SPD, want laces and no straps any suggestions?

    As I’ll probably need to mail order what’s sizing like and width?

    Premier Icon cookeaa
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    five-ten Minnaar?

    Do they still make them?

    Edit:

    And the “Hellcat” and yep you can still buy both it seems.

    Chrome Kursks are very casual.

    661 Filter (other colours available) £47 on Fleabay

    drlex
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    Forgot to link to cheap DZR @ always riding.
    (Has strap in addition to laces, but nothing a pair of scissors wouldn’t solve if it really annoys)

    Premier Icon kevin1911
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    Shimano AM45

    spech tahoe

    good shoe had some for a while comfortable and worn well

    Premier Icon binners
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    661 filters are the comfiest SPD shoes ever!

    661 filters are the comfiest SPD shoes ever!

    Good to hear, as swaying from STW tradition I wasn’t recommending something I own, but suggesting something I had my eye on. Might seriously consider a pair now. Good price too!

    Premier Icon robh
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    Cheers, liking the 661’s any one have them and know what the sizing is like?

    Cheers, liking the 661’s any one have them and know what the sizing is like?

    I’d imagine binners could answer that 😉

    Premier Icon binners
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    Sizing wise they come in on the snug side

    Premier Icon perks
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    my ‘trail’ shoes from Lidl were amazing for two years before suddenly falling apart…very cheap but very comfortable on and off bike…

    like the look of those 661s though!

    Premier Icon binners
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    The 661’s are just like wearing a comfy pair of trainers. I’ve had a few pairs of them. I wore them on the 7 mile (off road) each way commute, kept them on round the office all day, then commuted back in them. Used daily like that, they’ll last 18 months then fall apart, so you buy another pair, and repeat….

    I’d fancy another pair but at the wrong side of 40 they’re a bit too down-wit-da-kidz look wise, so I opt for slightly less rad Northwave Rockers, which I’d also recommend

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