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    Shimano SH-RP9 Cycling Shoes - Wide - Men's

    Shimano SH-RP9 Cycling Shoes - Wide - Men's

    Special Price: $206.21

    Regular Price: $274.95

    If you're tired of being the one guy on your group ride who's constantly adjusting dials and straps in the hopes of making your shoes feel bearable for a few miles, we have good news. While cycling shoes are rarely associated with being accommodating or wide, some, like the Shimano SH-RP9 Wide Cycling Shoes, are available in wide widths. Aside from the novel fact that they'll allow you to have full circulation in your feet throughout your ride, the SH-RP9s have plenty of other redeeming qualities. A carbon composite sole provides you with a stiff platform for power transfer to the pedals, earning a rating of 11 out of 12 on Shimano's stiffness scale, while a heat-moldable EVA insole provides a secure heel cup and arch supports to fit either a low or high arch, depending on which works best for you. The soft, breathable synthetic leather upper achieves many of the same characteristics as leather. The shoes' contoured fit comes courtesy of two hook-and-loop straps and a top ratcheting buckle that you're able to reposition higher on the body for a more secure fit. Learn More
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    Shimano SH-M200 Shoe - Wide - Men's

    Shimano SH-M200 Shoe - Wide - Men's

    Special Price: $134.96

    Regular Price: $179.95

    When creating its SH-M200 Shoes, Shimano sought to strike a balance between XC lightness and enduro aggro. The SH-M200 gives trail and all-mountain/enduro riders the traction and protection that they need around their feet on a hard ride without sacrificing responsiveness on the pedals. Shimano also offers the shoe in Wide width, so there's no need to cram your toes into too-narrow cages, spending your ride counting down the minutes until you can take them off. The SH-M200 achieves a slim fit and consistent power transfer courtesy of its synthetic leather upper and carbon-injected nylon sole, which earns a stiffness rating of eight out of 12 on Shimano's stiffness index. Shimano also adds its Torbal (Torsional Balance) midsole to the SH-M200's to allow the foot to move more naturally during descents rather than keeping it locked in place completely, but the added flexibility doesn't impact the carbon-injected sole's ability to transfer power once you're pedaling again. When you do start pedaling, a reinforced heel stabilizer helps to hold your foot in place, ensuring you don't lose any power on challenging ascents, while the shoe's asymmetrical collar protects the vulnerable inner ankles from bumps and bruises. For the times technical terrain necessitates a dismounting, the lugged rubber outsoles on the SH-M200's provide reliable grip until you can start pedaling again. Learn More
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    Shimano SH-R321 Cycling Shoe - Men's White

    Shimano SH-R321 Cycling Shoe - Men's White

    Special Price: $227.97 - $284.96

    Regular Price: $379.95

    If you're curious about sleek, minimalist aesthetics and luxurious extras on the newest cycling shoes, then toss your tired, discolored old kicks--whose age you can't remember--and upgrade to Shimano's SH-R321 Men's Cycling Shoe. Your feet will feel appreciated in the saddle with the R321's heat-moldable uppers and insoles, and your legs will thank you on endurance days when the shoe's Dynalast fit earns you a claimed . 56% gain in efficiency on every turn of the pedals by orienting your foot in an ideal pedaling position. Slim and contoured, the R321 is Shimano's top-of-the-line, pro-level model, so it comes ready to work with Shimano's stiffest carbon composite outsole loyally transferring watts from your legs to the pedals with every turn of the crank arms. If you've ever pulled over and clipped out of your pedals to furiously loosen a buckle or strap on your shoe, you'll understand the value of the R321's ratcheting buckle closure. It allows you to micro-adjust tightness as well as change the angle of the strap itself--no more throbbing insteps and tingling toes. Around the top of your feet, Shimano wraps a Teijin synthetic leather upper that, together with Shimano's contoured Custom Fit heel cup, hugs your instep and holds your heels in-place when you're mashing while allowing for plenty of airflow during a ride and refusing to stretch after hours--or years--of use. Learn More
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    Lake MXZ303 Winter Boots - Wide - Men's

    Lake MXZ303 Winter Boots - Wide - Men's

    Special Price: $239.96

    Regular Price: $299.95

    While the Lake men's Wide MKZ303 Winter Boots are built with tech-heavy features that line them up more with weather-resistant mountaineering boots than your typical cycling shoes, one of the design choices that we like the most is surprisingly low-tech. The Wide version of Lake's Winter Last that the shoe is built around is an even more cavernous version of the already generous standard model, so the metatarsal area is just about the size of the sprawling winter landscapes of epic Russian novels. This added space allows for unrivaled layering potential that also recommends the boots for use while traversing those landscapes' frigid, unforgiving conditions by fat bike. Sometimes size matters. As the boots' impressive exteriors indicate, though, layering ability isn't the only feature protecting your feet from the elements. The upper is Pittards full-grain leather, which is not only incredibly durable and protective, but it will break in for a perfect fit as well. The outsole comes courtesy of Vibram, with a high-grip rubber compound for walking through Zhivago-grade snow drifts. Lake also employs Outlast heat reflective technology in the heel and tongue liner. The Outlast inserts retain heat from your feet, releasing it back into the boot when the temperature drops. In other words, they'll keep you warmer for longer. Granted, it shouldn't be an issue, thanks to the 3M Thinsulate insert in the toe box, which blocks wind and helps the insole's Thermosol composite insulation keep your digits warm. Getting snow in your shoes can quickly get the better of even the warmest boots, but with an over-ankle neoprene cuff, that won't be a concern. The boots' wind- and moisture-blocking foot and ankle flaps are held tightly by a BOA ratchet and a buckle, respectively, which enable easy fine tuning of your fit without the risk of coming loose mid-ride. As you'd expect, the MKZ303 boots are compatible with standard two-bolt mountain cleats. If you refuse to hang up the bike ... Learn More
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    Shimano SH-XC61 Shoe - Wide - Men's Black

    Shimano SH-XC61 Shoe - Wide - Men's Black

    Special Price: $149.96

    Regular Price: $199.95

    In the world of cycling, roadies are known for harboring passionate concerns about weight, but that's not to say saving grams doesn't matter to their dirt-chasing compatriots. Finding a lightweight XC race shoe that's rugged enough to handle the demands a race course while still feeling light and responsive is a fine balance, but it's one that Shimano's SH-XC61 Shoes are able to achieve. They're also available in a wide last, allowing riders not blessed with the slimmest feet to enjoy wearing comfortable cycling shoes. Constructed with a synthetic leather upper, this version of the SH-XC61 is exactly the same as the medium-width version, just built on a wider last. Two hook-and-loop straps work with a wide top ratcheting buckle strap to provide a contoured, secure fit across the top of the foot to ensure you get consistent power transfer from your feet to your pedals while limiting the likelihood of hot-spots and pressure points along your instep. Measuring a relatively rigid seven out of 12 on Shimano's stiffness index, the SH-XC61 features a fiberglass-reinforced midsole paired with a carbon-reinforced cleat plate to provide XC-responsiveness. The midsole is backed by a lightweight, polyurethane outsole, which is complete with lugs tasked with shedding mud and giving you enough traction to run through dicey sections of trail if needed. Learn More
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    Shimano SH-RP3 Cycling Shoe - Wide - Men's

    Shimano SH-RP3 Cycling Shoe - Wide - Men's

    Special Price: $89.96

    Regular Price: $119.95

    The Men's SH-RP3 Wide Cycling Shoes are Shimano's answer to riders with wider feet looking for comfortable road shoes with functionality that punches well above its price point. The SH-RP3s feature an outsole stiffness rating of six on Shimano's 12-point scale, which sits in the middle of the spectrum between comfort and competition to provide an ideal mix of both to keep your feet comfortable through long rides while still transferring power efficiently. Compatible with two-bolt and three-bolt cleats, these shoes will work with almost any pedal system, including most spin bike pedals. The SH-RP3's closure systems consists of a middle hook-and-loop strap that passes through a mid-foot D-ring for stability and adjustability while diffusing tension across the foot. An additional hook-and-loop strap crosses the forefoot, and a ratchet strap fastens across the top of the shoe for a customized fit and even pressure distribution. A padded tongue provides cushion to further minimize pressure points. Learn More
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    Shimano SH-XC90 Shoes - Men's Black

    Shimano SH-XC90 Shoes - Men's Black

    Special Price: $221.97

    Regular Price: $369.95

    The SH-XC90 Shoes are Shimano's purpose-designed, cross-country race shoe. They're fully heat-moldable, which ensures a precise fit, and the Rovenica synthetic leather uppers do a good job of conforming to your foot without stretching out, so you get the same fit over the life of the shoes. The sole is Shimano's carbon fiber XC sole, and is optimized for both fit and power transfer, because if the shoe doesn't fit, putting out watts is the least of your concerns. The shoes are finished off with polyurethane lugs, which is what really separates these shoes from Shimano's high-end road shoes. Sometimes you have to walk/hike/run with your bike, and these slightly-softer lugs keep you from sliding all over the place while you try. Learn More