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Sidi Sierra Shoes

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MSRP : $103.49

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Sidi Sierra Shoe Pedal in comfort withThe Sidi Sierra Shoe clipped into your pedals.Traction lugs give you secure footing when offThe bike, while mesh panels provide ventilation, and a reinforceToe box protects against impacts.     * Carbon Lite sole provides maximum powerTransfer     * Heel cup provides reduced lift, and support for an enhanced biomechanics    * PaddedTongue eliminates pressure points  US Sizes-Mens Euro Sizes Inches 6 39 9.3 6.5

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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Alan

Date Reviewed: July 20, 2012

Strengths:    True to size! Wide in the toe box! Reasonably priced. Build quality appears excellent on inspection.

Weaknesses:    None to note at this time. i'm still just happy to have a found a show for folks with normal width feet...

Bottom Line:   
Perhaps the biggest most notable strength is that these shoes are NOT narrow! This Sidi Sierra measures true to actual size, and provides enough room in the toe box for comfort. For those of you with wide feet this is a good choice! Light weight, build quality appears solid and well designed.

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