Shimano SH M 036 Shoes

SH M 036

SPD® Sport Shoe

  • Lace-up with velcro strap, SPD® compatible
  • New "mini block" tread design
  • Easily removable SPD® tread plate
  • Tan with black (grey mesh), nylon cloth and split leather upper
  • Sizes: 36-48, whole sizes only
  • Recommended pedals: PD-M424, PD-M515, PD-M324

  • User Reviews (4)

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    Gael Hagan   Racer [Feb 04, 2002]
    Strength:

    Good Starter shoe. Nice and stiff sole. Velcro to stash away the laces. Nice tight fit. Good Traction. Comfortable

    Weakness:

    Get dirty easy. Rubber sole is beginning to tear off. They're really heavy.

    Good overall beginner shoes. They helped put me into a higher level of riding. Time to retire them though. As i Said they are weraring out.

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    4
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    4
    Michael 2Me   Weekend Warrior [Nov 11, 2002]
    Strength:

    Very comfortable for riding and walking. Stands up well to all types of abuse. No major rips, tears or wear after 2000 miles.

    Weakness:

    Don't work too well with Time Atac clipless system. I had to trim shoes as I was falling to much. Now they work fine.

    Perfect for off and on road. Extremely waterproof for such a low cut. Wider fit than most makes them ideal for wide feet, and adds to comfort as your foot swells on long rides.

    Similar Products Used: Lake MZX 300 winter boots.
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    5
    VALUE
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    5
    bodi   Cross Country Rider [Nov 15, 2001]
    Strength:

    not too flashy. not too expensive. easy to walk around in. velcro strap is nice to keep the laces from getting caught in spokes

    Weakness:

    too early to tell

    first a new bike, then bike rack and now shoes. they are comfortable and easy to clip in and out of. i was looking for a pair of shoes that didn't have the severe rise in the toe because i wanted a shoe that is clipless but also easy to walk around in. so far so good. as i use them more i will update my post.

    Similar Products Used: first pair of clipless mtb shoes
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    RATING
    5
    VALUE
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    5
    Robert Worne   Weekend Warrior [Jun 12, 2002]
    Strength:

    Very comfortable shoe, excellent for people who spend lots of time on and off the bike in bike shoes. Hold up well, don't look freakish for off-cycle use

    Weakness:

    Heavy, not very stiff

    These have to be the most comfortable bike shoe I have tried. They are not the best for strictly on-bike riding, but when commuting to and from work, they are not outlandish enough nor uncomfortable enough to warrant changing out of them into more appropriate shoes when off the bike. Feel just like regular sneakers with a stiff sole.

    Similar Products Used: Original SPD shoe (1989-1990)
    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
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    5
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