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Exus SM110 Shoes

4.5/5 (4 Reviews)
MSRP : $75.00


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EXUS SM110


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Reviews 1 - 4 (4 Reviews Total)

User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Dan a Cross Country Rider from Saskatoon

Date Reviewed: July 19, 2001

Strengths:    Look like "normal" hiking shoes, not the space boots most cycling shoes look like. Comfortable. Can be used as a pair of winter shoes in -30C Canadian weather (well, for decent commutes or short rides) with thick wool socks over winter wool cycling socks. Plenty of circulation for summer riding.

Weaknesses:    A little big and clunky. Wearing these with shorts in the summer makes your feet look about 5 sizes larger than they are. Probably a little heavy as well but most days I don't notice. The "big stupid velcro strap that keeps your shoe laces from getting caught in the chain and you from crashing" (stated a local LBS salesman selling the shoe for $110CDN when I mentioned the annoyance of velcro) is starting to come apart; mostly I am commuting. Also the mesh vent in the arches of the foot can cause really bad cramps during winter riding if you don't layer (thick) enough socks. Good spot to let water in too.

Bottom Line:   
Good shoe for light trail riders or people like me who mostly commute. They are starting to smell a little, but Febreeze takes care of that problem. Not wearing proper socks in the winter will cause horrible foot cramps because the mesh vent is right where you foot's arch is. Realize they are not intended for winter use however. I don't use them a lot during the summer because I find they are a little hot, and the big and clunky issue I've got above.
Other than the velcro strap and the shoe laces which are beginning to fray, I've had no problems with them coming apart.

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Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $45.00

Purchased At:   Mountain Equipment Coop

Similar Products Used:   Exus SB-300, Shimano SH-SD60 (hehe, ok not similar)

Bike Setup:   this is a shoe review, but they attach to cheap welgo SPD pedals

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Andrew Riley from England

Date Reviewed: June 8, 2000

Strengths:    Bought mine in San Diego in a sale for US$20 last year
More efficient than riding in trainers
You look like a normal person in them still


Weaknesses:    Shoes are not the lightest things ever

Bottom Line:   
At $20, I couldn't really go wrong for a pair of SPDs. I f you wanna race, get something lighter. If you live in the real world and appreciate pedalling becoming easier, buy somehting like this.

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Duration Product Used:   6 months

Similar Products Used:   None

Bike Setup:   Marin Alpine Trail FRS and Claud Butler Spectre hardtail (depends on wher I'm going)

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by MRT a Weekend Warrior from Toronto, Canada

Date Reviewed: February 27, 2000

Strengths:    - Inexpensive
- Easy to maintain
- They stay on your feet.


Bottom Line:   
They're cheap, easy to walk in and comfortable to wear for hours of riding.

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Favorite Trail:   Dagmar

Duration Product Used:   2 Years

Bike Setup:   Giant ATX 970 FS w/VP-135 DH pedals.

Overall Rating:5
Submitted by f a Racer from f

Date Reviewed: April 8, 1999

Strengths:    
tight


Weaknesses:    
comfy


Bottom Line:   
kick ass

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Favorite Trail:   
f

Duration Product Used:   
3 months

Similar Products Used:   
acceliratot


Bike Setup:   
kona muni mula

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