a Weekend Warrior
from Goshen, NH, USA
Date Reviewed: February 21, 2003
Strengths: Good fit. Easy to put on. Not a lot of extra crap
Weaknesses: They look okay in the picture but when you put them on they look kinda ridiculous. Then again dont most bike shoes.
I have no product loyalty. I dont pay retail for anything. I buy stuff if its cheap. These were cheap. Although I do have to say theses retail at $100 and there better than my $140 lakes. Notice I said retail.
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