Clipless cycling shoes £18.58 @ Lidl - HotUKDeals
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Clipless cycling shoes £18.58 @ Lidl

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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
I'm told these are fine and don't fall to pieces in the first ten miles! Ladies' and mens' available. Do check on the Lidl site that they will be stocked at your local.
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Are these OK to wear with pedals that have had the clips removed or will that be a problem?
If you mean SPD type pedals then Yes. You can also use these on flat pedals if you dont screw a cleat onto the sole.
I just bought a pair to replace some old SPD shoes the quality is ok, as with all SPD shoes it is worth going up a size to your usual but they are ok for walking in too.

All in all a bargain for use around town and MTB'ing, unless you're racing.
Golaboots888, thanks for the reply. I have just bought some and they seem to fit snugly (tried with thin socks).

-edit- also fit snugly with thicker sports socks; no pinching or excess pressure anywhere on the foot.

Why do you recommend a size abobe normal for SPD shoes?
Traditionally SPD shoes are a smaller fit for some reason, particularly Sidi and Shimano.

Add to that the fact that most bike shops only have about 3 different styles at vastly inflated prices most people end up buying mail order, getting the wrong size though no fault of their own and selling them on on ebay.
Thanks. Yes, i had been reading customers buying Shimano SPD shoes generally had to buy a larger size but the ones from Lidl in my natural size fit like a glove. They also look and feel very well made, especially for under 20 quid. The Uxbridge Road (Hayes) store also had most of the other cycling gear in stock so bought myself a saddle, set of lights, a couple of water bottles and a toolkit.

Also don't know why people sell their wrong size SPD shoes on ebay rather than return them under DSR only losing the cost of postage. I often have to return running and court shoes as they are all made differently and some suit my feet and some don't.

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