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    Clipless Shoes for Wide Feet?

    Hey guys, got my bike a few months ago and loving it! I am now looking to upgrade to some clipless pedals.

    My only problem is that i have wide feet 2e in some shoes and 4e in others... I noticed that all of the shoes that i had to try on were a little too tight and seeing if anyone had or could recommend a shoe that comes in wider sizes. I was reading that the SIDI shoes came in wider widths, i was just seeing if there are any other brands that come in wider widths. I dont mind paying for SIDI i was just seeing what other options i have.

    I am most likely going with the Shimano SLX pedals fyi.

    Thanks!

    -Dan
    Dan Zickel
    2010 Cannondale F5

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    Specialized has "wide" (and Narrow) sizes in at least some models.

    http://www.specialized.com/us/en/bc/...=9309&eid=4927
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    I am a 2E/4E type of guy and I found the Specialized shoes too narrow. I wore a pair of their wide shoes for 4 years and tore out around my little toe on both feet. I switched to a pair of the SIDI Dominator Mega shoes and couldn't be happier. I have heard that the Lake brand shoes come in wide widths, but have no experience with them.

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    I had Shimano (M-220's) and now Time MXE's that both had wide toe boxes for my Fred Flintstone feet.

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    Thanks guys, ill take a look into those brands and hopefully go test some out soon.
    Dan Zickel
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    I have wide feet and just purchased a pair of Northwave Rebels. They fit much better than the Specialized wides and were way more affordable than Sidi shoes.
    Quote Originally Posted by ridelikeafatkid
    "MOMMY, I WANT TO RIDE LIKE THAT FAT KID!" true story.

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    Lake Mx170--

    I have freakishly wide feet and these are great. Ive tried bontys, spesh, sidi, shimano and these take the cake. Interesting boa closure system as well that has been bomb proof so far. Good price as well.

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