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Shimano Men's M077 Cycling Shoe £36.39 at Amazon

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4y, 7m agoFound 4 years, 7 months ago
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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#1
Whats difference between these and the MO87's which are £8 more?
#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
#3
Are these specifically meant for use with clipless pedals? Any point getting them if I don't have those?
#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...
#5
MO = Mountain.
RO = Road

These are definitely mountain bike shoes. Will go for the more expensive ones as only £8 difference.
#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.
#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
#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
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
#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 :(
#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!
#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.
suspended#13
Annoyingly size 11 & 11.5 are out of stock, will a size 12 be too big?
#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.
#15
Are these SPD? I need some for my spinning classes (3 times a week) and want to get some proper shoes.
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.
#17
Code doesn't work for me. Says, "The promotion code you entered cannot be applied to your purchase"
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.
#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.
#20
waste of money
#21
stanno
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.


So I don't need to buy the cleats and have someone fit them? I can buy these and just jump on the spinner and clip in?

thanks
#22
Hmm never heard of spinning classes using clipless pedals since you will need different pedals for SPDs. Do they have strapped pedals that you can tighten yourself?
#23
tallphilc
stanno
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.


So I don't need to buy the cleats and have someone fit them? I can buy these and just jump on the spinner and clip in?

thanks

..never thought of it like that but i guess if you can ride tacx and other turbo's with spd's I don't see why you can't do the same with suitable pedals on a spinner, never been spinning mind you
#24
tallphilc
stanno
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.

So I don't need to buy the cleats and have someone fit them? I can buy these and just jump on the spinner and clip in?

thanks

Shoes don't come with cleats, fitted or not. Normally you would fit the cleats that come with the pedals when you buy them, but cleats are available separately to buy. They're pretty easy to fit, but there will be some choice to be made as to exactly where on the shoe you set them, although they can always be repositioned later if you find you are having problems.
#25
stanno
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.


They also have the advantage that you wear the clips out far slower. I use a different system (eggbeaters) but on both road and MTB. I'm still on my second sets of the cheapest cleats in 8 years later.
#26
Is this expired??
Can't find at this price even with discount
#27
Yes price has increased on the M077

but the higher models are still cheap (~£44 with the code):

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Shimano-Mens-M087-Cycling-BM08741/dp/B0045LMNVE/ref=sr_1_1?s=shoes&ie=UTF8&qid=1328109284&sr=1-1
#28
The silver version in the same shoe is still available at £39.18 with code in most sizes if you missed the black at the cheaper price.
#29
Tractorboyo
The [url=http%253A%252F%252Fwww.amazon.co.uk%252FShimano-Mens-Silver-Cycling-BR07746%252Fdp%252FB00472O1ZC%252Fref%253Dsr_1_1%253Fs%253Dshoes%2526ie%253DUTF8%2526qid%253D1328109372%2526sr%253D1-1]silver version[/url] in the same shoe is still available at £39.18 with code in most sizes if you missed the black at the cheaper price.


Think even the original deal is for silver (says silver in the product spec) even though black is pictured.
#30
matt20
Think even the original deal is for silver (says silver in the product spec) even though black is pictured.


I doubt that, why would they list the same colour twice at different prices? I would say the spec is wrong.
banned#31
These may be good for clipless pedals, but I wouldn't recommend them for flat pedals over a pair of five 10's or a decent flat souled skateboard shoe like Vans. flat soul shoes grip the pedal pins much better.
#32
Evilmonkey
I use a different system (eggbeaters) but on both road and MTB. I'm still on my second sets of the cheapest cleats in 8 years later.


..yeah love eggbeaters for their 4-sided entry
..have used with /without platform
#33
slamdunkin
These may be good for clipless pedals, but I wouldn't recommend them for flat pedals over a pair of five 10's or a decent flat souled skateboard shoe like Vans. flat soul shoes grip the pedal pins much better.


true ..
ride my zoo trials bike (fire-eye grill pedals) with vans skate & merrells ( also grippy esp the chameleons)
grips phenomenal but van's wear down quickly ,
merrells last for ever, I've always suspected Merrell's 'vibram' sole is the same 'stealth' compund as found on fiveten's soles
Unfortunately fivetens don't go up to a size 14 so have never worn a pair so stuck with vans/merrells..
#34
slamdunkin
These may be good for clipless pedals, but I wouldn't recommend them for flat pedals over a pair of five 10's or a decent flat souled skateboard shoe like Vans. flat soul shoes grip the pedal pins much better.

Erm, of course they're for clipless, hence the drilling for cleats.
#35
I just get:
"There was a problem
The promotional code you entered cannot be applied to your purchase."

For every shoe I add from the section I even navigated to from their promotional box! How do you get that code to work!?

Personally i'd recommend the MO87 over the MO77 easily, I HAVE the MO87 and they're bloomin good for the money!

I'm also looking for the Bontrager RL, and the Mavic Razor cheap as well as they're similar in my experience.
banned#36
dhope
slamdunkin
These may be good for clipless pedals, but I wouldn't recommend them for flat pedals over a pair of five 10's or a decent flat souled skateboard shoe like Vans. flat soul shoes grip the pedal pins much better.
Erm, of course they're for clipless, hence the drilling for cleats.


I never said they weren't for clipless did I....I'm pointing out that they are not as good on flats as a flat soul shoe....I'll quote the post I was replying to for those that can't follow the continuity of the written word.

Gareth79
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.
#37
The code will only work if buying direct from Amazon. Many sizes sold out with Amazon so if it displays a Marketplace seller then the code won't work.

alexdodd
I just get:
"There was a problem
The promotional code you entered cannot be applied to your purchase."

For every shoe I add from the section I even navigated to from their promotional box! How do you get that code to work!?

Personally i'd recommend the MO87 over the MO77 easily, I HAVE the MO87 and they're bloomin good for the money!

I'm also looking for the Bontrager RL, and the Mavic Razor cheap as well as they're similar in my experience.
#38
I've got a road bike w/ clipless pedals. Will these be of use to me in spite of them being labelled as mountain bike shoes? Been waiting for a deal on a decent pair of cycling shoes for ages.
#39
slamdunkin
dhope
slamdunkin
These may be good for clipless pedals, but I wouldn't recommend them for flat pedals over a pair of five 10's or a decent flat souled skateboard shoe like Vans. flat soul shoes grip the pedal pins much better.

Erm, of course they're for clipless, hence the drilling for cleats.



I never said they weren't for clipless did I....I'm pointing out that they are not as good on flats as a flat soul shoe....I'll quote the post I was replying to for those that can't follow the continuity of the written word.

Gareth79
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.


Sorry, should I be replying to things that weren't quoted now?
I would specifically not recommend them for anything but clipless pedals. They'll be too bulky for clips and you'd want foot retention too if you were bothered about stiffer soles and power transfer which flats wont give you.
So sure, they'll be fine for flats in as much as they'll not inconvenience you, but they'll provide no benefit so don't get them.
#40
emadwafc
I've got a road bike w/ clipless pedals. Will these be of use to me in spite of them being labelled as mountain bike shoes? Been waiting for a deal on a decent pair of cycling shoes for ages.

Depends on the type of pedals. MTB shoes generally imply Shimano SPDs, road shoes generally imply SPD-SL. See if you can find the type of pedals you have (google for Shimano M520 and R540 for a good example)

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