- Tell me about Sidi shoes
I’ve a pair of Dominators that I bought in ’08 that show no signs of wearing out any time soon. They mold to your feet, and are incredibly supple so these are more or less the comfiest pair if shoes I own. Plus a wash and brush has the looking like new. When/if these ever wear out/ break I will buy another pair without bothering to look at any others. They’re worry every pennyPosted 4 years agoeyerideitMember
What makes them so good/popular.
On my commute I see lot’s of riders wearing them.
Is it the fit, do they last ages? It certainly not the price.
My Shimano R087’s have been good as an ‘will I like road cleats’ shoe but the fit is pretty poor, so I’m looking for a step for.
They will be used all year round for commuting and proper rides.Posted 4 years agomuppetWranglerMember
When I bought mine i was lucky enough to go to a shop with a lot of different makes and models of shoe. I tried on loads and the SIDI’s were the only ones that felt comfortable straight out of the box. They cost a lot more than i was intending to spend and if there’d been a comfy pair cheaper then I’d have probably bought them instead.
They are now 5 years old, a bit scuffed here and there have had one of the straps replaced after the ratchet got a little sloppy and have had the heel pad replaced after it wore down. Still super comfy though, I basically never have a twinge or an ache from my feet on a long ride which makes them well worth the cost for me.Posted 4 years ago
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