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    do these shoes exist?

    i have an opportunity to get some mountain biking shoes for cheap...
    but i went to look the shoes up online and found nothing

    however, i was emailed pictures and it looks legit

    has anyone ever heard of or used these?

    Lake LX 50
    Specialized Fatboy
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    they are sitting on top of a j and b box so the person can get bike parts and accessories, i think they just look kinda old. i like the looks of the top one, but have never heard of em

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    They both appear to be biking shoes. Both are from companies that make mountain bike products, the first is Lake and the second appears to be specialized. They are a rip off of Skateboard shoes and probably have a stiff sole, but I doubt either is clipless compatible if that is what your looking for

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philadelphian
    i have an opportunity to get some mountain biking shoes for cheap...
    but i went to look the shoes up online and found nothing

    however, i was emailed pictures and it looks legit

    has anyone ever heard of or used these?

    Lake LX 50
    Specialized Fatboy
    Both are old discontinued models
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    Quote Originally Posted by agm2
    but I doubt either is clipless compatible if that is what your looking for
    I am fairly sure both models are clipless compatable. Shoes of this age marketed as cycling shoes generally are.

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    i have a buddy that has a pair of specialized clipless shoes that look like the one in the picture that his had for a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChromedToast
    I am fairly sure both models are clipless compatable. Shoes of this age marketed as cycling shoes generally are.
    And there are plenty of cycling shoes that are not SPD compatible. Both companies made shoes for BMX use that were not clipless.
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