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Sidi Dominator 6 Carbon Shoes

5/5 (1 Reviews)


Product Description

New for 2008, Sidi’s Dominator 6 features the Carbon Sole Replacement System (SRS), a pure carbon insert reaching from the heel to the toe. The carbon inserts and the SRS tread are easily removable and replaceable, and the sole accommodates optional toe spikes. The breathable, supple, durable Lorica Microfiber Upper keeps feet comfortable with cooling mesh inserts. T he new heel cup is vented and reflective for added comfort and visibility. The Caliper buckle allows for easy on-the-bike fit adjustment while the soft instep closure system and padded tongue eliminate pressure points. The newadjustable Heel Security System prevents power robbing heel lift with a customized fit. Another feature unique to Sidi, the High Security Velcro® won’t shift or slip.


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:3
Submitted by Deepsand a Racer from San Diego, CA

Date Reviewed: March 23, 2011

Strengths:    Fit/comfort, Efficiency, replaceable parts, Best quality brand of cycling shoes.

Weaknesses:    Factory traction, insole, cost, and factory sole durability.

Bottom Line:   
These Shoes are now a five star after multiple accesories. Added metal spikes which increased traction and durability. Added adjustable heel adjustment which should be standard for price. I would recommend getting a half size bigger and adding a top notch moldable insole. I use Louis Garneau insoles, which are amazing. Would be 5 chilis value if came with all things added. Best shoe I have ever wore after modifications.

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Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $300.00

Similar Products Used:   Shimano

Bike Setup:   Many- Yeti 575, Trek EX 9.9, yeti Big Top 29er

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Sidi Dragon or Dominator 6 Carbon?

Is anyone using these shoes, and if so how do you like them? They are quite expensive and I am looking for a little more feedback before taking the plunge. I am currently using the Shimano m220 with the carbon sole. Thanks.Read More »

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