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    where to buy winter mtb shoes

    does anyone have knowledge of a shop in the denver, boulder or north front range area that stocks winter shoes. preferrably gaerne 3 strap or eskimo. not lakes. i've tried them and don't like the wire lace deal. thanks in advance. I thought about calling around but a uswest dex search comes up with a couple hundred shops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtdonk
    does anyone have knowledge of a shop in the denver, boulder or north front range area that stocks winter shoes. preferrably gaerne 3 strap or eskimo. not lakes. i've tried them and don't like the wire lace deal. thanks in advance. I thought about calling around but a uswest dex search comes up with a couple hundred shops.
    If you want top notch, at top price, Excel Sports has winter SIDIs in their stock.

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    I have a brand new pair of Lake mxz-300 with the old lacing system and heel velcro strap size 42 if interested....?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mtn hack
    I have a brand new pair of Lake mxz-300 with the old lacing system and heel velcro strap size 42 if interested....?

    indeed i am. lets talk turkey. how much denero?

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    And I have a pair of brand new 43's in the old style if the 42's are too small.

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