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Discussion in 'Road & Cyclocross' started by loco-gringo, Apr 29, 2008.
Any comparison on how they fit compared to Shimano or Sidi???
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Size, or comfort wise?
i have noticed they are alot narrower than sidi. they were too long by the time they were comfortable but it means nothing since we are different sizes.
i thought sidi was alot easier to take on and off and breathed better
Do they require adapter plates to run something other than Look cleats or has Look changed their cleat design?
look calls it "almost universal compatible" not really
havent found one comfy enough to swappo chango the pedalo
They work with delta cleats, which is the same interface as Time. I have somewhat narrow feet, so I may give a set of 45s a go.
Both would be good to know.
Man, I blew that. That's what I get for posting on the internet when I have three kids demanding PB sandwiches.
What I meant was:
Do Time shoes require adapter plates to run something other than Time cleats or has Time changed their cleat design?
Did 15 miles in them today. I liked them well. They were a little snug for a 45 at first, but seem to have loosened up a bit. I think I will like them.
I just got a pair of these, same thing, little narrow for 48's but after a ride they did ok. Stupid stiff
Aren't those MTB shoes though?
Also, stiff isn't the end-all be-all in shoes...
are those the one where you click the heels together and say something.....?
They are Mtb shoes, but noone ever said I had to ride in road shoes all the time. Depends on what tide I am doing as to which pedal/shoe combo I want to run.
Yeah I know stiff doesnt make it a great shoe, I will post up about how it feels after some miles with an actual reveiw.