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    Are Sette MTB shoes wider?

    I have a question about t Sette Excel MTB Shoes.

    I was in a Performance store today and tried on a pair of Shimano MT21s, they
    were too narrow ( I have really wide feet). So the salesman said the Forte's
    were usually a wider shoe, so had me try on a pair of Forte CM310 which were
    wider. They were out of my price range so I thought I'd continue looking.

    I went looking at the pricepoint.com web site and they have some Sette
    Excel MTB Shoes for sale and was wondering if the Sette line is considered
    a "wider" shoe like the Forte's are.

    Thanks!


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    I have heard that myself that they do fit wider feet (I myself have such feet), and I recently got a pair of Sette Element Shoes and they fit every well, they do seem to be a wider fit than other brands. I also love the shoes myself, the Element's are amazing for $44!! I don't know what the Excels are like but I would highly recommend the Elements.
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    I have a pair of Sette Element shoes and love them. They are slightly wider than my Shimano shoes.
    It's like, how much more black could this be? And the answer is none. None more black.

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    Thanks for the info guys. Based on your recommendations I'm going to have a look at the Element model. The reviews on this site are quite favorable for the Elements, not so much for the Excels.

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    I am not sure if this is true, but I have heard that Shimano shoes tend to be on the narrow side in general.

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