Brand new - bought for £260 but they're slightly too tight (I wear Sidi Genius size 45 which is the correct size for me so assumed these would be exactly the same) too late to send back for a refund. Also have a used pair in excellent condition for £130; been wearing them for a few months but they become uncomfortable after three or four hours.
I have a pair of Specialized BG Spirita Womens Road Shoe 2011 for sale size 41 (UK 7) (see below). Worn less than a dozen times, I just don't get on with them hence why I'm selling them.
Looking for £45 ono.
looking for some feedback on what road shoes people are wearing and enjoying at the moment.
I have some Northwave Typhoons - Carbon sole but the ratchet buckle is going and the heels have had to be replaced twice in a year.
Realistically budget is £100-150
Would like stiff Fibre glass or carbon (latter preferred)
I have wide feet, size 44
Any feedback would be great, it's a bit of mindfield out there at the moment for shoes.
I need to replace my cycling shoes and I have big feet. This is an issue.
I'm currently wearing a pair of (long since) white Shimano RO86 road shoes which have served me well for the last 3 or so years but now really need replacing and I'd really quite like an upgrade too.
As the title says, I've got a pair of Giro Factor shoes for sale in black.
They're size 44, which works out at UK 9.25 apparently. I'm a slim size uk10 and they almost, but not quite, fit me. Their only use has been an hour on the turbo, enough time to work out that the only way I could live with them would be to file down my toes.... and believe me, the shoes are so good I'm tempted to get out the sandpaper.
So I have just returned from around a year off the bike due to serious injury and I find myself with a reasonable level of fitness, I want to get good again.
1) I need new cleats, shoes, the works, what would make a good pair for around £100? Best shoes? Best pedals?
2) Any advice on buying rollers? Do people prefer turbos? Are there good makes to look out for?