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    Attention!!!! Flat pedal shoes for big feet! Size 14 and up!

    Hello everyone,

    I've been on the search for size 16 flat pedal shoes for years. Recently I have contacted Steven Caro the owner of SCg shoes. I explained to him about the complete void of larger size flat pedal MTB shoes. He is wanting to find out how many riders out there would be interested in size 14-16 and even possibly a size 17. He said it is very costly tooling for these larger sizes, and from a cost vs sales standpoint wants to make sure it is a smart business action since they are a small company.

    So if you would be interested, please post up and tell me your size so we can get some numbers. Hopefully this will help some of our big foot brethren!

    Here is their company, check them out!
    Link: https://www.scgshoeco.com/

    Thank you,
    Dustin Mabe

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    Size 18...would love some real flat pedal shoes. Iíve had to do the resoling thing in the past....

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    I could use a pair of size 14 shoes.

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    Size 14 as well - I've been ripping Five Ten a new one since they never have them in stock these days since Adidas fully took over - sucks

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    I would be ,,im a size 16...Ö..I know like 3 more 3 riders with our problem as well
    Ride hard everytime....or take up hiking...........lol

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    Size 15 guy here. I use low hiking shoes, stiff sole and durable, look at some from Keen, they do up to size 16.

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    Yes, I'm interested. Size 14 wide and my son is a size 16.

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    Size 14 here. Curious to know how many of a certain size make it cost effective.

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    17 here and interested

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    15 here been wearing 5-10's

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    I would definately snap up a pair of UK15.

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    I wear Giro riddance mid size 50. Couldnít find any other mtb flat shoes over US 14. I wear a size 15 normally and the Giros fit great.

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    Thanks for all the replyís. Iíll send Steve at SCg shoes this link. Hopefully he can justify the cost of tooling to be the only manufacturer to provide these larger sizes.

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    I use these. 16 4E. They are a godsend. Stiff sole. Reinforced toe guard. Lots of traction. So lucky they even exist. Dorky company, but who cares.

    https://www.rockport.com/dunham/clou...-shoes#start=1

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    Sorry I'm late, but I wear a size 15 and I'd be interested. I've been wearing Five-Tens, but like others have said it's getting VERY hard to find them. I just got a pair shipped from Jenson after waiting for 3 months on back order. I'm gonna save them for when my current pair bites the dust.

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    I use a size 14 stiff soled northface hiker, worn bottoms are best. for me, cost and comfort would be a factor in a dedicated shoe. Whats the price range?

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    Same boat. Size 14 with limited choices. Wearing Merrill Moab's right now and the have crappy pedal grip. Apparently no 5-10'S for me cause I can't find 14's.

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    Size 14 for me.

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    Can't help with the large shoes, I'm only a 13...

    But, I've recently bought some Rockbro's flat pedals & they're massively wide!

    Great for stability, not so for pedal strikes o_0

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    Back in December I found a pair of 15s on JensonUSA. Just took a while to ship. They also had 14s there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed1774 View Post
    Same boat. Size 14 with limited choices. Wearing Merrill Moab's right now and the have crappy pedal grip. Apparently no 5-10'S for me cause I can't find 14's.
    Quote Originally Posted by Heat View Post
    Size 14 for me.
    I've been hitting up their customer support and bugging them on Twitter and Facebook.

    Maybe I'll step it up and start bugging Adidas execs....

    It's super frustrating that they took over fully and then stopped carrying bigger sizes as well as color variety. They got rid of the rewards and closeout programs which also sucked.

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    Has anyone heard of or tried these?

    Propťt Men's Ollie Skate Shoe

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    Adidas has 9 options of 5-10 shoes on their website in a size 15.

    https://www.adidasoutdoor.com/men-bi...size&prefv1=15

    Iím a 17 so Iím praying they offer at least on option in my size someday

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    Not only do I need size 15, but I need a really wide shoe as well. I normally wear 15 4E.

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    On a side note, if you are looking for bigger pedals to pair with those shoes check these guys out: https://pedalinginnovations.com/ I had the owner on my podcast a while back. Seems like a legit company.
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    I got the 5 10 in 15 I usually wear a 15 2/4E the seem to fit pretty well

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigART View Post
    Not only do I need size 15, but I need a really wide shoe as well. I normally wear 15 4E.
    I got the 5 10 in 15 I usually wear a 15 2/4E the seem to fit pretty well

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    I tried a size 15 from 5.10 and they were to narrow.

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    I would be interested in size 17!

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