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    Shoes size Road vs MTB

    Hi

    I'm after some spd MTB shoes and I just wanted to check if the sizing is any different from a road show.

    I currently have Shimano size 44 for the road, so I assume a 44 for a MTB would be ok?

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gav888 View Post
    Hi

    I'm after some spd MTB shoes and I just wanted to check if the sizing is any different from a road show.

    I currently have Shimano size 44 for the road, so I assume a 44 for a MTB would be ok?

    Cheers


    Shimano shoes tend to be similarly sized but I always advocate trying them on first.

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    I'd also recommend trying them on first - if you can.

    I wear 41 in both road and mtb. But my last pair of mtb's were 42 to allow for thicker socks.

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    I agree with try them first, My 44 Shimano's fit perfect & the 44 Sidi's are tighter
    Last edited by 2ridealot; 01-21-2012 at 12:13 PM.

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    I've always used the same size on and off road assuming the same brand.

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    It seems that the same shoe size will vary in fit from one manufacturer to another, and even from model to model. Gotta try em on.

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