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    LOOKING for WIDE shoes

    I have a 4E width toe box and am looking for a pair of clipless mountain shoes. If anyone knows of a brand that has a wider toe box, please inform me.

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    Sidi.

    Quote Originally Posted by dawgcatching
    I have a 4E width toe box and am looking for a pair of clipless mountain shoes. If anyone knows of a brand that has a wider toe box, please inform me.
    Sidi's upper end shoes come in MEGA sizes for the wider feet. GOod luck.

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    Definately pearl izumi. I heard theyve improved theyre quality. A couple of years ago their top of the line vaper sucked with a sole that came right off after a few rides. THey have great customer service though.

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    Carnac

    Check out Carnac shoes. They have a wider, well protected toe box, but can be pretty expensive.

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    Wink Sidi Dominator Mega

    After years of too tight shoes I just purchased a pair of Sidi Dominators. I've only done one ride in them but I'm glad I spent the extra money. They are not cheap but they fit great.
    Chris

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    Lake MX-220 Extreme

    Quote Originally Posted by dawgcatching
    I have a 4E width toe box and am looking for a pair of clipless mountain shoes. If anyone knows of a brand that has a wider toe box, please inform me.
    I too have wide feet and wear New Balance 4E's.After trying just about every shoe on the market (Including Sidi Megas) the shoe I found that fits my feet the best are the Lake's. Well made (heavier than theSidi's though) and downright cheap. If you search around you can often find them at a great price. I got mine last year from Performance when they were on sale for 79.99, to which I applied a 20% coupon and my 10% club bonus.

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    AXO shoes are wide.

    Quote Originally Posted by dawgcatching
    I have a 4E width toe box and am looking for a pair of clipless mountain shoes. If anyone knows of a brand that has a wider toe box, please inform me.
    Specilized shoes are pretty wide too.

    Don't get Shimano shoes if you have wide feet.

    - ray

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