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AXO Dually Shoes

5/5 (7 Reviews)
MSRP : $40.00


Product Description

  • Inner 1000 denier reinforced panel.
  • Aggressive sole pattern for BMX style pedals.
  • Durable rubber reinforced toe patch.
  • Non-SPD® outsole.


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    Reviews 1 - 7 (7 Reviews Total)

    User Reviews

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by Nic a Cross Country Rider from Port Credit, Ontario, Canada

    Date Reviewed: November 7, 2007

    Strengths:    Extremely durable, amazing grip, good looking

    Weaknesses:    Nylon covering on ankle protection had a hole 1 inch in diameter about 3-4 months in, still functions just an eye sore.

    Bottom Line:   
    Best shoe i've ever used and for the price(usually seen them for $75+)

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    Duration Product Used:   More than 3 years

    Price Paid:    $5.00

    Purchased At:   Toronto Bike Convention

    Bike Setup:   De Vinci Hucker, Karpiel Armageddon

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by freeridedude from CT, USA

    Date Reviewed: April 3, 2006

    Strengths:    -feel
    -insane grip
    -support (using good footbeds)
    -keep your foot in place
    -look sexy
    -are pretty tough so far (long term don't know)


    Weaknesses:    -only problem, is I wish they could make it a little more comfortable on the foot's arch, but this is only if you stand around on them for too long. While riding it is okay, and generally this is a small concern.
    -could get hot on those really hot summer days


    Bottom Line:   
    **I am reviewing the sixsixone 2006 dually taki version.

    Being honest here, I haven't use that many shoes before, so I can't speak for all the shoes out there. But when I purchased these shoes, my riding improved so much. Before I was wearing skate shoes, but these shoes........are a whole different story. They have the right amount of support, and suppleness, but also keep you foot in one place, so every motion that you do tranfers directly into the bike. I use them for trials riding, bmx, and downhill/freeride. The best shoes that I have ever tried, and worth the steep price tag. (they are true to size, just don't where a dedicated cycling shock, those are too thin) (I am also using these shoes with Sole Custom Footbeds, very important)

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    Duration Product Used:   3 months

    Price Paid:    $100.00

    Purchased At:   super LBS

    Similar Products Used:   addidas skate shoes, vans, nike air whistler (crap)

    Bike Setup:   don't really matter, these shoes grip any pedals, even my cheap plastic bmx ones!

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:4
    Submitted by Aaron McGraw a Cross Country Rider from Oil City, PA, USA

    Date Reviewed: October 27, 2003

    Strengths:    Very tough uppers. Roomy toebox. Lots of lacing options. Relatively stylish. Lots of ankle support with an internally armored collar.

    Weaknesses:    Laces look like they'd be vulnerable to savage chainring attacks (I've had the good fortune so far to avoid such a thing)--pricey for a no-frills shoe.

    Bottom Line:   
    These are actually 2003 661 Duallies. These shoes are tougher than a bear's behind. They lose a few points in styling (where the Intense Team ceratinly beats them out) and price (basically all they are is a reinforced high-top skate shoe and they're a little expensive for being simply that). I use the Grip shoes alternately, which have a superior sole and styling (but cost 10 bucks more and are RARE). Failing being able to find Intense Team or Intense Grip shoes, these are the best non-cleated shoes out there. They don't REALLY make you feel "clipped in", but they do bite the pedal fairly well, offers scads of protection, and are tough enough that they ought to last a decade of freeride abuse (they beat the Intense shoes in this department). This product is one of the good ones.

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    Favorite Trail:   Oil Creek and Sugar Creek Trails, Venango County

    Duration Product Used:   3 months

    Price Paid:    $80.00

    Purchased At:   Valencia Sports (661 direct)

    Similar Products Used:   Cannondale MTB shoes (spd-compatible), Intense Team Shoes

    Bike Setup:   Mongoose XR-150 with a Manitou Magnum fork, Shimano XT, Deore, and Alivio components, Truvativ Cranks, SRMA Twisters and 9.0SL Brake levers. Weinmann rims.

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by Jeff from NC

    Date Reviewed: July 27, 2003

    Strengths:    Hooks up better than any other shoe ive tried. Ive never felt more connected to my flats before. Good ankle protection.

    Weaknesses:    None so far.

    Bottom Line:   
    Best shoe Ive ever used.

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    Favorite Trail:   Hick park

    Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

    Similar Products Used:   No shoes ive ever used even come close. (vans)

    Bike Setup:   03 stinky primo

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by Cristy Gott a Downhiller from Sparks, NV

    Date Reviewed: June 21, 2003

    Strengths:    Very good ankle protection, inside and out, because of the neopren support inside shoe. They stay on the pedals well.They are very comfortable, except a little hot. I LOVE 'EM!!!

    Weaknesses:    They are kinda hot......but who notices when you are flying down a mountain???

    Bottom Line:   
    I would racomend these shoes to anyone who rides flat pedals
    I dont think Axo makes these exact shoes any more, but SixSixOne makes a shoe almost the same. BUY THEM If you like your ankles.

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    Favorite Trail:   Sticks & Stones @ Northstar

    Duration Product Used:   2 Years

    Price Paid:    $25.00

    Purchased At:   Clearance from ???

    Similar Products Used:   Vans skate shoes,

    Bike Setup:   Purple Karpiel Disco Volante SWEET!!!!!!!!

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by Coop F a Downhiller from SLC UT

    Date Reviewed: June 18, 2003

    Strengths:    Super Good shoe! The best shoe I have ever had. For biking and everything. Great for hiking, no hot spots. Hold up very well.

    Weaknesses:    There are 2 types of loops you can string the laces through. 1 set of plastic loops and the other leather. The leather ones rip. But the plastic ones hold up well

    Bottom Line:   
    Great shoe for biking! Sticks to the peddle very well and the protection has saved me many times. Over all Great shoe.

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    Duration Product Used:   2 Years

    Price Paid:    $70.00

    Purchased At:   Go-Ride.com


    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:4
    Submitted by Dylan from Black Creek

    Date Reviewed: April 28, 2003

    Strengths:    Sweet grip. Ankle protection. Damn good shoe.

    Weaknesses:    The loops that hold the laces.

    Bottom Line:   
    Super good shoes, excellent grip, great ankle support/protection, worth the money (150 bucks CAD).

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    Duration Product Used:   6 months

    Similar Products Used:   I actually have the newer 661 duallys, but they are very similar.

    Bike Setup:   24x3 Gazzolodi/Profile/Alex Mountain Unicycle

    Reviews 1 - 7 (7 Reviews Total)

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