yeah usually the Lakes that are at a good price are stocked by the mailorder cat places and the sizes are limited.Lee said:if you don't mind me asking where can i get these good deals?
I've always used Diadora's myself. I can get a set for about $70 and they'll last me for abot 2-3 yrs. No complaints about them.Lee said:the m221s are nice but still up in the $170 range
anything < $100 fairly good these days? i dont even care if it's used
my shoe size is 9.5 or 10
Agreed. Diadora Gekos are a really nice shoe for sub-$100.00. I only just "graduated" to a slightly fancier shoe after wearing Gekos for close to three years with absolutely no complaints!crashedandburned said:I've always used Diadora's myself. I can get a set for about $70 and they'll last me for abot 2-3 yrs. No complaints about them.
I second the Lake MX-165. After years of riding Vittoria, Duegi and more recently Northwave Team shoes I hooked up with the Lakes for 66 bucks from Airbomb (using the 20% off coupon). They are heavy, but they have a new Vibram sole that feels pretty good. And the black looks great, but gets dusty very quick. They aren't as stiff as the variuous carbon shoes I've been riding for the last 12 years, BUT I've worn them for hours after a ride without complaint from my feet.neveride said:I just got a pair from my local shop. But I also just got a Nashbar catalogue and they've got some good deals on other shoes (though I got the Lakes for a couple o' bucks cheaper as my LBS is a shop I used to work at, and the owner hooks me up)
The Lake is a good compromise between performance and comfort, and lookes good in Black.