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    Best AM shoe for TIME pedals?

    Been hating on my Lakes the last year. What are y'all using?
    "It looks flexy"

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    spec bg 120 trail

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    Quote Originally Posted by b-kul
    spec bg 120 trail
    Those do look nice. I forgot to mention that I must have a wide shoe. Sidi mega's or whatever they call their wide line is just barely wide enough.
    "It looks flexy"

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    With my Time Z Control, I use Specialized Tahoe shoes, which are very comfortable and great for hiking, but not rigid enough for platformless clipless. I use those with my cleats as back as possible, as this is my setup for technical stuff and downhill, so I stand much more. Also, it's the type of riding where I'm known to mangle my rear derailleur, so I like to have decent walking shoes should the need arise.

    With my Time ROC ATAC, I use Time Carbon MXS shoes. Those are great, and the interfacing between both Time products is excellent; they definitely allow for easier clipping in than my Spesh shoes. But for a lot of standing, the cleats are too forward, so this is my setup for long rides or more XC stuff. Also, they are OK to walk in, but a ten mile hike to the car would not be good.

    Of course, with my flats, I use 5.10 shoes. I tend to swap pedals often.

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