Northwave Scorpius 3S MTB Shoe at evanscycles only £40.49 with code 10SEPT @ Evans Cycles - HotUKDeals
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Northwave Scorpius 3S MTB Shoe at evanscycles only £40.49 with code 10SEPT @ Evans Cycles

£40.49 @ Evans Cycles
The Northwave Scorpius 3S MTB Shoe is an ideal mountain bike shoe for those looking for ultralight, high performance. Designed with Jaws carbon reinforced sole and multilayer thermowelded constructed … Read More
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
The Northwave Scorpius 3S MTB Shoe is an ideal mountain bike shoe for those looking for ultralight, high performance. Designed with Jaws carbon reinforced sole and multilayer thermowelded constructed upper, these shoes are strong and very durable

Use code 10SEPT for 10% off giving a delivered price of £40.49

Only in black

sizes available

40.5, 44.5, 36, 41,42, 43, 44, 47

Got good reviews and cheapest i can find
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1 Like #1
The winterised norwave may be a good bet size 41-44 in stock £57.99 (spend £75 get £10 off)
http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/northwave-hammer-cx-shoes/rp-prod113205
#2
the 10% code is accepted but not reducing the bill, is clearance excluded?
#3
Does it take spd?
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whatyadoinsucka
The winterised norwave may be a good bet size 41-44 in stock £57.99 (spend £75 get £10 off)
http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/northwave-hammer-cx-shoes/rp-prod113205
will it work in summer? is it a better deal than the OP?
#5
code doesnt reduce
#6
QuantumInfo
Does it take spd?
Ye they do, I have a pair of these and they are really comfy
#7
i've been looking for some road bike shoes and cleats/clips (new pedals). however, as i'm sure you can tell, i have no idea which to get/where to start looking. how do i know my preference if i've never used them before?
any help would be massively appreciated.
#8
im not getting it as the code is broke
#9
Handyroo
i've been looking for some road bike shoes and cleats/clips (new pedals). however, as i'm sure you can tell, i have no idea which to get/where to start looking. how do i know my preference if i've never used them before?
any help would be massively appreciated.

I am just about to purchase my first pair of road shoes so was excited to see this deal then noticed these are MTB, so maybe not the best option for a road bike.
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Handyroo
i've been looking for some road bike shoes and cleats/clips (new pedals). however, as i'm sure you can tell, i have no idea which to get/where to start looking. how do i know my preference if i've never used them before?
any help would be massively appreciated.
I am just about to purchase my first pair of road shoes so was excited to see this deal then noticed these are MTB, so maybe not the best option for a road bike.

It doesn't matter. You can use MTB spd shoes on your road bike. I do and alot of beginners do too because they are generally easier to clip in and out of when compared to three point road cleats. Plus MTB shoes come with more grip on the sole of the shoe so you'll find walking around in the shoes much easier.
However, the cleat surface is much smaller than the road alternative, so on long rides (40 miles for example) you may find it a little uncomfortable. The road cleats would spread the weight better across the ball of your foot.
I've only used spd cleats on my road bike and have done long rides of nearly 100 miles and not really had any problems, so it's up to you. You'll get used to clipping in/out of either type either way.
Hope that helps some.
#11
QuantumInfo
whatyadoinsucka
The winterised norwave may be a good bet size 41-44 in stock £57.99 (spend £75 get £10 off)http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/northwave-hammer-cx-shoes/rp-prod113205
will it work in summer? is it a better deal than the OP?
These shoes are likely to keep your feet dryer in winter so for £15 more if you ride year round, they may be a better bet, waterproof socks are usually £25-30
To ride in winter I find warm dry feet is the only way
#12
whatyadoinsucka
The winterised norwave may be a good bet size 41-44 in stock £57.99 (spend £75 get £10 off)http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/northwave-hammer-cx-shoes/rp-prod113205

Thanks might take these winter ones..... any guide on size if they came in larger / smaller than usual thanks
#13
rogercat
whatyadoinsucka
The winterised norwave may be a good bet size 41-44 in stock £57.99 (spend £75 get £10 off)http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/northwave-hammer-cx-shoes/rp-prod113205
Thanks might take these winter ones..... any guide on size if they came in larger / smaller than usual thanks
Not sure with northwave, my brother got a pair of the scorpius and he said they Fit true to size, I tend to wear a slightly bigger boot in winter to allow for movement of the toes and thicker socks. So I'd recommend at least the size up
#14
Got 44 and my big toes are touching the top of the shoe, feels quite uncomfortable. Do they need to be worn in?
#15
furbix
Got 44 and my big toes are touching the top of the shoe, feels quite uncomfortable. Do they need to be worn in?
I take a size 10 in trainers, shoes etc and got size 44 and they fit perfectly.

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