I've had to buy a new pair of road shoes a full size larger so that I can wear a thick pair of socks to keep my feet warm during the winter. However, I was just watching a you tube video on road shoe fit and the bloke says that the shoe must fit snuggly. What do you guys say?
I have two pair of shoes that need to go this week so I can replace the new Bonts.
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I have listed but open to serious offers a pair of Giro Factor road shoes size 42 (red/white). These were used last year so have all the usual little scrapes on sole and marks near toe area. Plenty of life left in these. Grap a bargain £70+PP
Now the Bont Vaypor Premium (silver carbon weave). Size 42.5 (8).
Right guys, i have loads of cycling related stuff that needs to be sold so here goes the first bit of it :-
SIDI PRO GENIUS CYCLING SHOES £80 POSTED
A nice pair of Sidi road racing shoes in a size 44.
Hardly used with almost brand new insoles (used twice).
All buckles, velcro straps work flawlessly, sole is ultra stiff, great for road riding.
Slight wear on sole as to be expected, plenty of life in both heel pads (which can be replaced if required)
Inside heels hardly worn with plenty of padding
Any questions or for extra pics plse ask.
The Northwave Typhoon Evos are among a growing number of top tier shoes to eschew the traditional 2 straps + ratchet configuration, and go with 3 straps only. Whilst at first this may seem like a step backwards, the benefits in terms of weight and simplicity are worth considering.