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    Sette Element Mtn Shoes??

    Anyone tried these. I've used a number of the Sette products and been very happy...gloves, saddle, seatpost. Anyone have any experience with these shoes?

    http://www.pricepoint.com/detail/132...-MTB-Shoes.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Max99
    Anyone tried these. I've used a number of the Sette products and been very happy...gloves, saddle, seatpost. Anyone have any experience with these shoes?

    http://www.pricepoint.com/detail/132...-MTB-Shoes.htm
    Bought them, sent them back. They looked okay, but the size was way off. Check their size chart. They're about a full size too large.

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    heres the link: http://www.setteusa.com/clothing/element_shoes.htm

    on the left of the page under sizing their is a conversion chart. I just ordered a pair with egg beaters for under 100 bucks. These will be my first clipless pedals and shoes.
    Heres a link to a review for em:

    http://www.cyclingreviews.com/reviews/sette_element.php

    hope that helps, Kevin

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    Great shoes but they run big..

    Quote Originally Posted by Max99
    Anyone tried these. I've used a number of the Sette products and been very happy...gloves, saddle, seatpost. Anyone have any experience with these shoes?

    http://www.pricepoint.com/detail/132...-MTB-Shoes.htm
    I ordered a pair and had to exchange them since they ran a full size too big. These are the exact same shoes as the Answer XC shoe which costs ~ $130 , they're just different color than the Answers. Great deal for only $50, and even better deal if you get the eggbeater combo for $100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toxic Avenger
    I ordered a pair and had to exchange them since they ran a full size too big. These are the exact same shoes as the Answer XC shoe which costs ~ $130 , they're just different color than the Answers. Great deal for only $50, and even better deal if you get the eggbeater combo for $100.

    I got a pair, and as my first real performance oriented shoe, I have nothing to compare them to except my old Sidi Forests, which were a "comfort" shoe.

    These shoes rock. Great price, and I noticed a difference in climbing my first trip out. Just make sure you look at the sizing chart to get the right size

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