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Edit: These have gone back up in price on Amazon, but the silver version of the same shoe is still £39.18 (with code) in most sizes. http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00472O1ZC/ref=nosim/

To get this price enter code NOWGET20.

Excellent men's cycling shoe for the money. RRP £69.99

Available at time of posting, sizes 2.5, 4, 5, 6, 6.5, 7.5, 8, 9, 9.5, 10.5, 12, 12.5

Just got myself 10.5 as I'm usually a 10 but these are small fitting.

Kudos to aerotec for the original deal which lead me to these.
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matt20#1
Whats difference between these and the MO87's which are £8 more?
billybob007#2
matt20
Whats difference between these and the MO87's which are £8 more?


The 87 is a road shoe, these are MTB
Would always recomend going up one size
LetoKynes#3
Are these specifically meant for use with clipless pedals? Any point getting them if I don't have those?
matt20#4
billybob007
matt20
Whats difference between these and the MO87's which are £8 more?


The 87 is a road shoe, these are MTB
Would always recomend going up one size


Are you sure? everywhere I checked claims the MO87 as a maintain bike shoe...
matt20#5
MO = Mountain.
RO = Road

These are definitely mountain bike shoes. Will go for the more expensive ones as only £8 difference.
Tractorboyo#6
As far as I'm aware, they are both mountain bike shoes with exactly the same design except the for the top strap.

Here's a review of the M077s.
matt20#7
Have gone for the M077's as its my first attempt at clip in, can always upgrade once I am getting on with them :)

For those like me looking to clip in for first time, these pedals are good and for less than £20 delivered including the cleats you need:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Shimano-PD-M520-SPD-Clipless-MTB-Pedals-Blk-Cleats-NEW-/150540606838?pt=UK_sportsleisure_cycling_bikeparts_SR&hash=item230ceb5d76
custardy#8
LetoKynes
Are these specifically meant for use with clipless pedals? Any point getting them if I don't have those?


yes and no
they are stiffer and a narrow toe
so would give some benefits over traniers etc
however give clipless a go
I would never go back
used em for years
moneyfornothing 1 Like #9
it's a deal at £36. If you don't like these then DHB's are a good alternative I can vouch for
CharlieBravo#10
Really good buy for the price. I require more ankle support so my choices for mtb footwear is somewhat limited, making it hard to get a bargain :(
r401caw#11
SPD make loads of difference I would never go back. Mind you the first couple of times you use them can be a bit hair raising. Search SPD on you tube and watch people fall over!
aerotec#12
Yes there are R087 and M087s. Rs for road bikes and Ms for mountain bikes. I want one set to use on MTB and road bikes and the recommendation seems to be to get SPD (MTB) system to use on both bikes.

matt20
MO = Mountain.
RO = Road

These are definitely mountain bike shoes. Will go for the more expensive ones as only £8 difference.
discowillsuspended#13
Annoyingly size 11 & 11.5 are out of stock, will a size 12 be too big?
Ryanposs#14
moneyfornothing
it's a deal at £36. If you don't like these then DHB's are a good alternative I can vouch for


Seconded - DHB are a quality brand and you can be them up fairly cheaply - Hammered mine for a year and they still look as good as new.
tallphilc#15
Are these SPD? I need some for my spinning classes (3 times a week) and want to get some proper shoes.
matt20 1 Like #16
discowill
Annoyingly size 11 & 11.5 are out of stock, will a size 12 be too big?


I am usually an 11 and went for a size 12, seems to be the general advice to go 1 size up.
chimpsinties#17
Code doesn't work for me. Says, "The promotion code you entered cannot be applied to your purchase"
stanno 1 Like #18
tallphilc
Are these SPD? I need some for my spinning classes (3 times a week) and want to get some proper shoes.


Yes - recessed SPD, so can be easily walked on unlike road clip systems.
Gareth79#19
LetoKynes
Are these specifically meant for use with clipless pedals? Any point getting them if I don't have those?


As mentioned they will be fine. They usually have a piece of rubber over the sole where the clip attaches. I would also recommend going for the full clipless pedal setup if you do any regular cycling, the efficiency and comfort improvements are amazing.
sharkface#20
waste of money

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