• 05-20-2013
    Jem7sk
    Can a better deal be found on MTB shoes than this?
  • 05-20-2013
    Kurto
    Yes.
  • 05-20-2013
    n74740
    With shipping it lands around the $40 price point. There are plenty of choices at various sites in that range.
  • 05-20-2013
    stoot
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Kurto View Post
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    Short and effective :)
  • 05-29-2013
    Jem7sk
    Another pair... still haven't found anything better if anyone else might be able to post a link to a better deal:
    Sette Element Mountain Shoe | Sette | Brand | www.PricePoint.com!
  • 05-29-2013
    qdawgg
    I've bought two pairs of mtb shoes for less than $45 and they are both name brand (adididas - lake) Would never pay that for Nashbar branded shoes, just my opinion.
  • 05-29-2013
    Berkley
    I wouldn't buy shoes without trying them on first, YMMV. Not an area you want to skimp on, IMO.
  • 05-29-2013
    Gabe3
    I've been using some $40 nashbar shoes for almost 3 years now with 6000 miles of mtb on them. they are still somehow in good shape. they actually have real leather and not fake plastic crap. the cheap name brand shoes are the ones I see where the soles peel off the shoe.

    mine aren't sold anymore. try some on in a store, or order a couple sizes of the same shoe and return one pair.
  • 05-30-2013
    hoolie
    I love the Sette Enduro for my hike a bike shoes (single speed). Small sizes left for $29. I am sooooooo bummed they are out of size 44. Bike tires direct has good pricing on high end shoes (not cheap, but big discounts).
  • 05-31-2013
    ziscwg
    Any shoe that doesn't fit you right isn't worth a deal at all.