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    Good SPD shoes for off the bike walking?

    Looking for a SPD-compatible shoe that is comfy off the bike for running errands, etc. We all know how awkward it is to walk around a tile-floored store with cycling shoes.

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    I ride with Shimano mtb shoes, very versatile.
    Hey everybody, ride my wheels! They ride good, real good.
    I'm a wheel builder. SRLPE Wheel Works. Send me a PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VanillaEps View Post
    A little bit of pee just trickled out of my pipi when I saw that.

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    I like the Keen Pedal.

    http://www.keenfootwear.com/product/...0pedal/shitake

    Looks the most like a normal shoe of any I've seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steel fan
    Looking for a SPD-compatible shoe that is comfy off the bike for running errands, etc. We all know how awkward it is to walk around a tile-floored store with cycling shoes.
    Sette Enduro shoes... very comfortable, nice to walk around in, they actually look like shoes a normal person might wear (like low-top hiking shoes), and they have held up to wear and tear MUCH better than the Specialized shoes they replaced (that cost like over 2 times more).

    Oh, and they have laces AND velcro, so you can win the lace vs velcro argument no matter what!

    I like them enough and the price is so great that I though about buying a spare pair, just in case they stop making them or change the style.

    http://www.pricepoint.com/detail/129...duro-Shoes.htm
    You better just go ahead and drop that seatpost down to the reflector... the trail gets pretty rough down there.

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