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    Lake MX-145 cycling shoe for snow biking

    Has anyone tried the new Lake MX-145 shoe for fat biking/snow biking? I am thinking this might be a good shoe as an option to the bulky MX-303 boot for packed snow and temps down to maybe 25 degrees?
    I have heard that the Lake shoes tend to run narrow. My foot works well with a Sidi fit. Would you suggest getting the wide model? They also look a little longer than a Sidi. One size larger or stick with true size?
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    Depends on you and your feet. I'd say they are more of a 40 degrees plus type of shoe.
    It reminded me of Northwaves cold weather race shoe from about 15 years ago ( which I still have). I have to put a bootie over them when I gets below 40.

    I wear Northwave Artics now from below 50 to 0 * Doesn't get much colder than that in MA. They are a little warm over 40....but warm feet won't slow you down

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