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    MTB shoes fo narrow feet?

    I have had trouble over the years finding shoes for narrow feet. I have had specialised and Mavic shoes and neither fit properly. Can anyone suggest a particular brand that is designed for narrow feet.

    Thanks, Brendan.

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    i have a narrow foot and pearl izumis have fit me well--the basic under 100 buck model. Nike, Lake, Shimano etcI agree were much tighter fits.

    I'm still looking for a just right road bike shoe that's not killer cost.

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    specialized now makes a model or two in narrow sizes. my boss just grabbed a pair because the 2009 models are on blowout from specialized. ask you local spec dealer about them.
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    I have very narrow feet and have found Sidi has the best fits for me.

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    +1 for Sidi.

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    +1 again for Sidi.

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    Sidis are great shoes but I wouldnt say they are narrow, I have med width feet (d) and I usually end up with the ratchet all the way tight

    the narrowest shoes Ive found ( sidis, shimano, specialized, lake) are the shimano

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    I have B width feet and admit I put a insole in them, but they are the best I have found. If you want to get into the really expensive Sidi they have a narrow width that is even better.

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    Sidi offers the Dominator in narrow, standard, a wide/mega widths.
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    Sidi

    If you have narrow feet you have been through this before and probably throughout your life. If you really have narrow feet then you know that you cannot use shoes that "run narrow" bad idea, never works. Sidi makes true narrow width, a medium, and a true wide. No othe bike shoe manufacturer does this,

    I have really narrow feet and Sidi's are great.

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    i found a pair of vittoria raiders at a road side sale. tried ten other brands at LBS. the right shoe practically came down from heaven. i would get a second pair but i can't find em anywhere and most vittorias are expensive.

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    I have dominator 5 in narrow and they fit great...only been riding them a few months though and stitching is already coming undone on one of them...I've read the quality of the dominator 5 is lacking...so thinking about trying the new specialized sworks mtb shoe...seems to fairly adjustable...anyone with narrow feet try these yet?

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    check out Riivo. we build custom cycling shoes. wide or narrow, low or high volume it does not matter they are 100% custom to your feet.

    www.riivo.com

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