Back to clipless.... again-
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    Back to clipless.... again

    Going back to clipless for trail riding and I can't decide if I want a hike-n-bike shoe like the Specialized Tahoe which is still light or go with a shimano m77 or 87. Also looking at the Lake MX170. The unfortunate thing is that the only one of these shoes (M87) is sold at any of my LBS's. Does Specialize or Lake fit true to size? any recommendations are welcomed, just know the budget is set low at $100.

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    I thought clipless were 26er specific
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    In before the move.... I would go with what you can try on.

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    I actually just bought a pair of Tahoe's, and they fit pretty true to size, it seems like. I normally wear an 11.5 running shoe, bought a 12, and have about half inch of room in the toes. They feel great, though. Just got back from my first ride with them, and had no discomfort at all, whether hiking it or biking it. I would recommend them.

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    I considered the clipless shoes that could be worn around like regular shoes, but settled on the m77s. I like them. Super light and all velcro. I recommend.

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