Shoes for TT

Hacienda71

Mancunian in self imposed exile in leafy Cheshire
Road shoes with covers
 

Rob3rt

Man or Moose!
Location
Manchester
What you recommend rob
Bont Crono is the gold standard I guess.

Bont Zero+, DMT Pista, Giro Empire or S-Works are all low profile.

I have S-Works I got as ex demo for a great price. Covered with plastic coated overshoes, Castelli Nano, SMART Aero Tech, or some secret squirrels.
 
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jowwy

Guru
Bont Crono is the gold standard I guess.

Bont Zero+, DMT Pista, Giro Empire or S-Works are all low profile.

I have S-Works I got as ex demo for a great price. Covered with plastic coated overshoes, Castelli Nano, SMART Aero Tech, or some secret squirrels.
I got castelli nano, so will look for bonts again then or the s works to go with the shiv
 
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jowwy

Guru
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No - as per my second post, i split my shoes and was aking advice on which ones to get to replace them

And yes the right shoe does make a difference as per some of the comments above.......now please go forth
 
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Rob3rt

Man or Moose!
Location
Manchester
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Of course it makes a difference... How much a difference and whether it is worth thinking about depends of quite a few factors.

Don't forget, different shoes can mean your bike set up needs to undergo some changes, a few mm might be all it takes to see a worthwhile gain ;)
 
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shadow master

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is anybody using a Tri shoe or just your standard road shoes???
Tri shoes are easier to get into,have very good venting mainly for drainage,not much disadvantage on a TT apart from early in the year your feet will be cold,but most would use covers for aero reason,so that would be a bonus to keep your feet warm
 
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