MTB shoes and SPD pedals- advice please!

Discussion in 'Mountain Biking, Trials and BMX' started by Tim330, 6 Nov 2017.

  1. vickster

    vickster Legendary Member

    Ones that fit. Try your local shops and buy. If you do go online, go with a retailer with free delivery and returns. You may need to size up and if you have wide feet you might struggle for choice...hence best to go to a few shops :smile:
  2. roadrash

    roadrash cycle chatterer

    don't forget , you may want room for thicker socks in winter
    dave r likes this.
  3. ORO

    ORO Active Member

    Keep the flat pedals and buy some Five Ten shoes. No more slipping.
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  4. Jason

    Jason Senior Member

    Carnaby Street
    Wiggle/Tredz etc do a range of spd shoes, in a variety of colours and price points. Always buy a size up from your normal shoe size and don't be scared to return or exchange if they are a little tight.
    I find the Shimano range pretty good for a first shoe. The pricier ones tend to have a rubber sole over a hard plastic,which makes walking off the bike quieter and more comfortable.
  5. Ciar

    Ciar Über Member

    I always ride on M324's for commuting, but the MTB has and always will be flats, along with my teva links.

    just prefer to have free movement on trails and in forests :smile:
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