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Sidi Diablo Shoes

3/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $275.49


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Sidi Diablo GoreTex Winter MTB Shoes: The Diablo GTX features an insulated, waterproof Gore-Tex upper that keeps feet warm and dry no matter how bad the weather gets. The slightly roomier fit accommodates a heavier winter sock as well as Sidi Toasters.


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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by skeletonshirt a Weekend Warrior from australia

Date Reviewed: May 15, 2009

Strengths:    Great build, stiff sole & great power transfer while still keeping a softer cuff for the lower leg. After summer racing shoes with overshoes, these are fantastic for cooler and wet times. Extra toebox width for winter socks is excellent.

Weaknesses:    seal between leg and cuff - requires and elastic spat to keep mud and water out. Longer sock on outside of legging half rolled back to outside of boot seems best so far.

Bottom Line:   
with the right sock - fantastic even at this price. Haven't been used at sub zero temps though. Are vastly superior to using overshoes for warmth and dryness.

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Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $220.00

Purchased At:   chainreactioncycles

Similar Products Used:   nil winter shoe/boot

Bike Setup:   multiple road and mountain bikes - all using spd compatable pedals so that all shoes fit all bikes.

Overall Rating:2
Value Rating:2
Submitted by Roger a Cross Country Rider from Victor, NY, USA

Date Reviewed: January 24, 2008

Strengths:    These run wider than normal and I take a Mega, so they are close to Mega. Good quality build. Room for bulky socks. Take spikes for extra traction. Usual Sidi build quality. Easy to put on in the cold, no funny gadgets to mess with.

Weaknesses:    COLD TOES when temps under 20 degrees F. Still need a Mega for more forefoot room. Heel still wants to pull at times.

Bottom Line:   
I was shocked that the boot got cold in slow riding. I guess the ambient temp has a huge effect. I would say you will need the warmers too if you want to take epic rides in the super cold. At the moment, I'm not all that pleased.

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Favorite Trail:   Dryer Road

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $339.00

Purchased At:   Competitive Cyclist

Similar Products Used:   Dominator.

Bike Setup:   Various 29ers.

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