Nice shoes for cycling?

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  1. 64Paramount

    64Paramount Active Member

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    Did you have a specific style of Ree Bok shoes in mind?
     
     
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  2. Chapeau!

    Chapeau! New Member

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    There are many options (better than reebok), but its dependent on what type of cycling your doing?.
     
    Checkout the brand Sidi, who take the largest slice of the cycling shoe market.
     

    http://sporting-goods.shop.ebay.com/Sporting-Goods-/382/i.html?_trkparms=65%253A3%257C66%253A2%257C39%253A1&rt=nc&_nkw=sidi&_catref=1&_dmpt=US_Men_s_Athletic_Footwear&_ipg=200&_sc=1&_sop=3&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14.l1514
     
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    Why was the Reebok name deleted from the original post? That's weird. But the OP didn't mention if he wanted road shoes or MTB shoes that he can hike in if needed while riding. Personally I would find a decent pair of shoes on sale for a huge percentage off and get those instead of suggesting or buying one particular brand, because most cycle shoes are good irregardless of brand.
     
  5. davereo

    davereo Well-Known Member

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    I have to agree with you on this. I always buy cycling shoes that are deeply discounted. I have never had a problem with any and have been able to scoop up some really good deals over the years. Like my father always said "if the shoe fits wear it" although he was never talking about shoes when he would say this.
     
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