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    Where are size 14-15 MTB clipless shoes?

    Anyone know of where I can find a size 14-15 clipless MTB shoes? I have the Shimano 959 pedals.

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    You should have a field day with your size of shoe....

    I've seen MANY good deals on shoes, but they're either too small or too large, that 'large' being about your size.

    Check: Sierra Trading Post, PerformanceBike, Nashbar, JensonUSA, Cambria, Pricepoint, Beyondbikes, Greenfishsports, et al.

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    I picked up my last pair (Euro 48) of specialized shoes from Ebay, $35 for an MSRP $169 pair of shoes NIB. I didn't see any deals like that today though.

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    Well I see that there are a couple pairs of size 14.5 and 14 sized shoes on ebay... they are the Nike YVR for buy $44.99 with 1 day left and a pair of Specialized Sports for buy it now of $59.99. Any idea on which pair is better?

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    Also found these... wonder if they are any good? Northwave?
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...676158758&rd=1

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    A buddy of mine has a pair...... he loves them

    But in a smaller size !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Generalg
    Well I see that there are a couple pairs of size 14.5 and 14 sized shoes on ebay... they are the Nike YVR for buy $44.99 with 1 day left and a pair of Specialized Sports for buy it now of $59.99. Any idea on which pair is better?

    THANKS
    I saw the sports and they are probably a decent shoe but 59.99 isn't that great of a price. I don't know anything about the YVR. I've had Nike Pedalli-Combo and Nguba II's and they weren't very good but they were the bottom of the line at the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Generalg
    Also found these... wonder if they are any good? Northwave?
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...676158758&rd=1
    I have a similar looking pair of northwaves and what I don't like about them are 2 things. The sole is too flexy (Which leads to hot-spots at the cleat if your not using a pedal with a platform) and they're narrow. I pretty much wore mine out and the thing that failed first was the straps ripped off along the stitch-line (like tearing a perforated coupon off a sheet). I had a shoe-repair place replace the straps.

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