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    Best price on Five Ten Impact shoes?

    The best price I can find for these is $70 from Blue Sky Cycling. Does anyone know a cheaper price?

    Thanks.

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    That's where I bought mine...I searched all over & that was the best I could find.

    They just had a deal for them w/ a set of CrankBro's 50/50 X pedals. If you need some new ped's (like I did) it's a good deal.

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    Thanks. I thought this might be the best deal around.

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    five ten

    Quote Originally Posted by Wombat
    Thanks. I thought this might be the best deal around.

    Wombat
    i got my from PRICEPOINT they match prices and shipping was really fast, they have my bussnisses . it's a no brainner.

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    The deal on Blueskycycling for 119.98 w/ Crank Bros. 5050X pedals is too good to pass up. Thanks for the referral.

    Before I hit the "buy" button, what is the sizing like for this shoe? I usually wear a half size smaller for riding (clipless or flats) for a snugger fit. I currently wear size 9 in Vans. Should I stick to the same sizing scheme w/ the 5.10s? Suggestions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 6milliondollarman
    The deal on Blueskycycling for 119.98 w/ Crank Bros. 5050X pedals is too good to pass up. Thanks for the referral.

    Before I hit the "buy" button, what is the sizing like for this shoe? I usually wear a half size smaller for riding (clipless or flats) for a snugger fit. I currently wear size 9 in Vans. Should I stick to the same sizing scheme w/ the 5.10s? Suggestions?

    Well...here's what happend to me. I usually wear a 12. I had heard the 5.10's run big so I ordered an 11.5. Recieved them & the length was perfect! But, they were just a little too narrow in the toe box for me (although I don't have unusually wide feet), so they're on their way back to BlueSky.

    I'm hoping the 12's will be just a wee bit wider for my foot. I would say lengthwise they run true to size, maybe a tad big. Width-wise was another issue for me.

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    Bought some recently at Jenson online

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    Got these. Loving them. Stick out color wise

    http://www.blueskycycling.com/produc...tfire-Shoe.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkidd_39 View Post
    Got these. Loving them. Stick out color wise

    BlueSkyCycling.com - Five Ten Spitfire Shoe
    Yeah, I went for those too. They're a steal at that price and they're not quite as ugly as most of the other 510s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roughshot View Post
    Bought some recently at Jenson online
    Wow - grave dig from 2005 - good one!

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