Shimano SH-MT41G All Terrain SPD Shoe £25 @ Halfords - HotUKDeals
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The Shimano SH-MT41G All Terrain Shoe is an All Terrain SPD Shoe for off road Trails, Recreational riding and Indoor Spin training
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#1
Reserve online pick up instore , normally £54.99
#2
typical, nearest store with stock is York, only 46miles away.

good price for a starter shoe imo
#3
These are my main commuter shoes (the brown version), and I recommend them. I paid just over £30 for mine from an online cycle retailer last year.

I find them comfortable to walk in and can happily go over a mile and because of the recessed cleat design, no going AoverT pacing the streets of London. Reasonably stiff sole to aid cycling but if doing stupid long distances on the bike you may want something more rigid.

Some down sides:

No reflective strips/patches on the back, unlike the previous Shimano shoes I had.
Shoes are quite vented, so great in summer, but you may need additional protection if its a cold wind, or raining.
Shoes don't come with cleats and Shimano are now charging crazy prices for a set of standalone cleans. Worth brefriending your local bike shop as they usually have spares left over from pedals they can sell you for a small amount.
Lining / foam isn't that robust so don't expect to get more than 12 months daily use out of them before the foam disintegrates.

However for the price they are excellent.

Sizing wise if it helps I'm a wide 10 in UK shoes, and the 45's fit me perfectly.

Rufus.
#4
I saw these a few weeks ago but straight away that stock and local availability would be a problem.

Lots of online bike shops have got significant reductions at the moment (Wiggle, Chain Reaction, Evans, etc). I got some Shimano AM30's for 39.99 delivered which was good, to go with some Crank Bros Acid pedals for £22 delivered (which include cleats and get more favourable reviews than Shimanos).
#5
WOW! Please tell me how you go the Crank Brothers Acids so cheap :)
#6
Jason

Can't recommend the Crank Bros pedals enough. I'm fairly new to clipless pedals and even I've got the hang of these...even put them through their paces in the mud and as the reviews suggest, they stay free and easy for clipping in.

Just checked and still on offer at Chain Reaction, link below:
http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Models.aspx?ModelID=46400
#7
Good price, voted hot!

However, definitely try them on first as I found the Shimano's to be too narrow for my admittedly fat feet. I ended up going for Specialized Taho's which are nicely proportioned for those of us with big-boned feet.
#8
Hi joe, Thanks for the info :) I've just bought myself a set :)
#9
still tempted to reserve a pair as a day trip to york isn't the end of the world.

glad to hear they are comfy off the bike, this is a concern of mine, are they still comfy with cleats fitted?

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