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    What do you think about these shoes?

    Okey, few days ago I have broken my normal pedals and now I only have clipless shimano M520. I was thinking about getting MTB shoes on CRC I found http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/M...?ModelID=52734 (attractive for my wallet) What do you think about these? And maybe you know what size should I get? Because I buy normal shoes the size of 42(8 US) and sneakers 42.5~43(9US). I have read in forums that if you buy shimano shoes you should go 2euro sizes bigger then you normal shoes and what about diadora?

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    Not too bad for an entry lever shoe. I would want to try them on before a purchase though.
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    My weiner is 10.5".....Oh wait...I'm holding this ruler backward.

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    There's no way I could try them on. Because I live in Lithuania. So I seek information from you guys

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    Well then get them if you like them. Its a crap shoot if they will fir. They are your feet you know.
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    My weiner is 10.5".....Oh wait...I'm holding this ruler backward.

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    Yeah, just don't know what size to buy, I wear shoes 42EU, should I go for 43 or 44?

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    Be aware that sizes slightly vary between shoemakers. I just tried a Shimano's and Izumi's shoes but I find them too narrow for my relatively wide fee (although I do not wear wide regular shoes). I guess you could buy them and then always return them if they don't fit. You'd be out shipping cost so it's a gamble. Good luck.

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