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I run Shimano SPD pedals. I previously used a set of super-cheap Shimano shoes that I bought on clearance like eight years ago. This past summer I bought a pair of Lake hard-sole shoes. Pretty unimpressed. Two lugs have already torn off and the stitching is starting to come loose in several spots. And the toe bed is too narrow.

Looking for a recommendation for a softer-soled trail shoe that's more comfortable and usable in hike-a-bike situations. Thanks.
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check out the specialized tahoe, i have been using it as an all around town/ touring/ light duty mtb shoe for about 8 months now and they have been great and really held up well
 

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I have been using the same pair of Cannondales since 2001, starting to wear out now but still very comfortable.
 

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I have the Pearl Izumi X-Alp Lows and love 'em.
 

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Jeff F said:
Oakley makes a nice soft clipless shoe and looks alot like a skate shoe.
Really? Interesting. I wear Oakley tactical boots at work and absolutely love them.
 
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