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    Lake MXZ 300 shoes

    The only places online have them for full price. My LBS doesn't stock them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cevan
    The only places online have them for full price. My LBS doesn't stock them.
    I've searched forever, too. One of the few items that is full bore during this time. Even in the off season it's hard to find normal sizes for much less than 10% off. Maybe try www.bikeman.com or use a coupon if Nashbar has them.

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    Try AEBike

    www.aebike.com

    Limited sizes, but they're going for about $120.00. I believe that's a pretty steep discount.
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    eBay is a great source. Do a search for "Lake Winter" in the cycling section.
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    If anyone needs size 46, I've got you covered!

    Quote Originally Posted by Cevan
    The only places online have them for full price. My LBS doesn't stock them.
    Don't mean to spam, but I've got a brand new pair in size 46 that I purchased at the end of last winter. I should have gone with the 47 instead and never got these returned. They've never been worn and I could ship them for $120. Let me know if you/anyone is interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Otter
    Don't mean to spam, but I've got a brand new pair in size 46 that I purchased at the end of last winter. I should have gone with the 47 instead and never got these returned. They've never been worn and I could ship them for $120. Let me know if you/anyone is interested.
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    I'm currently looking for some 44's. The world's most average size.

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    I found

    them for $150.00 last year at a place in Chicago(online), I forget the name. Wanted to let the original poster know some info. I have had these for just over a year and they have needed repairs. The heel on both shoes became detach creating an opening through the boot material. I do not ride anything I would consider extreme and I live in Santa Cruz, CA so weather is not an issue. I wonder about the quality of these shoes/boots. They are the most comfortable mtn. bike shoe/boot I have ever owned though

    I did contact Lake regarding the heel issue and they just recommended I take them to a local cobbler(shoe repair)to restitch the heels. They did not offer any replacement which I thought would have been appropriate considering I had them for only a year. I had them restitched yesterday but they don't look like they will last another season. Just my 2 cents.
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    Quote Originally Posted by riverrat
    I'm currently looking for some 44's. The world's most average size.
    I believe they want you to go up one size, right? I normally wear a 44, but Lake told me get a 45.

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    Go up 2 sizes MINIMUM if you hope to ride them in cold weather. You will want to put some thick felt insoles in them and a FAT pair of socks. I normally ride 45 shoes but I am in 47 MXZ300s, and could easily stand some 48s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Otter
    Don't mean to spam, but I've got a brand new pair in size 46 that I purchased at the end of last winter. I should have gone with the 47 instead and never got these returned. They've never been worn and I could ship them for $120. Let me know if you/anyone is interested.
    Otter, I have a pair of lightly used 47's if you're still looking for some. I went up to a 48 after using them for a season. (I have decent pricing on new ones also). I agree with Tscheezy on the sizing, I wear a 45.5 Sidi and a 48 Lake (can wear a 47 but not with a very thick sock).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ventanarama
    Otter, I have a pair of lightly used 47's if you're still looking for some. I went up to a 48 after using them for a season. (I have decent pricing on new ones also). I agree with Tscheezy on the sizing, I wear a 45.5 Sidi and a 48 Lake (can wear a 47 but not with a very thick sock).
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    I think you're talking about lickbike.com, that's also where I got mine.

    jw


    Quote Originally Posted by scheckler
    got them for $150.00 last year at a place in Chicago(online), I forget the name.
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    Universal Cycles

    Has the 300 for $97: http://www.universalcycles.com/shopp...&category=1906


    Otherwise Ebay and Larry are great sources.

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    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by GrumpyOne
    I think you're talking about lickbike.com, that's also where I got mine.

    jw
    GrumpyOne... it was driving me crazy because they were real cool to deal with and had some other good deals.
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    These shoes dont hold up!!!
    The manual says to have silicone glue on hand to make the most of them!
    My friends and my own lasted less than a year.

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    I just noticed that Performance has the 301s (boa laces) on sale for $149. Also $0.99 shipping (ending today - 12/12). To get the $149, make sure you're not logged in as a Team Performance member, and all first delete all cookies from performancebike.com and www.performancebike.com, or else it will be $199!

    HTH somebody; I got some 300s off ebay recently.

    tip: narrow feet order 1 size up; wide feet order 2 up and get a shoe stretcher

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