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Are Shimano shoes good for wide feet?

Are Shimano shoes good for wide feet?

Best cycling shoes for wide feet. Several brands do offer ‘wide fit’ options – these include Sidi, Bont, Shimano and Lake. The latter provide wide toe boxes as well as custom moulded heel cups to ensure a good fit all round for those with a wide forefoot and narrow ankle.

What cycling shoes are good for wide feet?

Editor’s Choice: Sidi Men’s Genius 7 MEGA Cycling Shoes.

  • Best with Boa Dial Straps: Lake Cycling Men’s CX 241.
  • Best Men’s Triathlon Cycling Shoes for Wide Feet: SHIMANO SH-TR9.
  • Best Durability: SIDI Alba 2 Mega Cycling Shoes.
  • Best Women’s MTB Cycling Shoes for Wide Feet: SHIMANO SH-XC5 Mountain Bike Shoe.
  • Do cycling shoes come in wide widths?

    When trying them on, they should feel comfortable in the widest part of your foot. Keep in mind that unlike your fave running shoes, cycling shoes won’t stretch as much as you wear ’em. You can choose your width in these shoes up to a “double wide fit’.

    Are Shimano shoes wide?

    Shimano. Shimano provided last year’s S-Phyre road shoes in a wide version. It opted for an extra-volume approach, creating a shoe that’s wider from toe to heel.

    Are Shimano shoes narrow?

    Shimano offer a wide-fit across most of their shoe range. They have the same part number (which is different to the model number) as the standard shoe but with a ‘E’ on the end.

    Do Shimano shoes run narrow?

    Shimano shoes tend to run a bit small. It’s always best to try shoes on to get the best fit, but with Shimano shoes it’s likely that you need to order up a half or a whole size.

    Why are cycling shoes narrow?

    The answer is apparently that Italian lasts (the basis for the shoe shape) were most commonly used as many cycling shoes were made there and in general, the European countries where cycling is popular tend to have people with narrow feet relative to Anglo saxons, etc.

    Are Shimano shoes small fitting?

    How do you measure Shimano shoe size?

    Place a piece of A4 paper on the floor up against a wall. With your heel approximately 1mm away from the wall, stand on the paper and have someone place a pencil mark on it at the top of your longest toe. Do this with BOTH feet and select the shoe size for your larger foot.