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Posted 4 July 2023

dhb Troika Road Bike Shoes - various other styles too - £30 Delivered @ Chain Reaction Cycles

£30£8063% off
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Chain Reaction/Wiggle have just dropped the price of several of their cycling shoes from £80 to £30 Inc delivery in lots of colours and sizes.

Dhb dorica road shoe

dhb dorica MTB

Dhb trinity tri shoe

And carbon shoes for a bit more at £50+

Dhb dorica carbon

Dhb dorica carbon dial

Dhb Arron carbon
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  1. Scrooge_McDuck's avatar
    Some useful advice for these dhb shoes:

    Definitely size down by one full size.

    The MTB shoes have very deeply inset cleat fittings. This makes it incompatible with some pedals where the clip doesn't sit proud enough to reach the cleat.

    dhb are cheap and will do the job, but personally I prefer even the Decathlon budget shoes. Even if you are a budget shoe person, I'd consider spending the extra £15 to buy some Decathlon shoes. (edited)
  2. 252Scooby_'s avatar
    I’m a size 46 and it suggests I go size down (45) so should I be ok has anyone else done this and been ok thanks
    also quidco 4.5% (edited)
    This.Is.Dog's avatar
    This.Is.Dog Author
    I bought my size as normally only wide fitting shoes fit me, will let you know the sizing when they arrive, CRC usually quick to despatch
  3. N0bodyOfTheGoat's avatar
    My feet are approx 27.4cm long.

    I bought a pair of size 43 chainreactioncycles.com/p/d…hoe a few years ago and they are a tiny fraction too big, but this gave room to wear thicker socks in spring and summer.

    I bought size 42 chainreactioncycles.com/p/d…hoe a while ago and out of the box, they are a snug fit with thin summer socks on.
  4. plasticniki's avatar
    The Dorica MTB shoes were my shoe of choice for a long, long time. I used to buy them when cheap, wear my old ones until they wore out, and repeat. But I got fed up of the white ones being pretty delicate - the toes are very easy to scuff and it doesn't take long before they look really tatty.

    That said they were very comfy for me and I prefer them over my much more spendy Shimano shoes - I used to ride Very Long Distances on a regular basis, 200km+ rides every week and the Doricas were great for that. I even used them for Paris-Brest-Paris 4 years ago, so they're fine for most types of riding if you can keep the scuffs away!
  5. This.Is.Dog's avatar
    This.Is.Dog Author
    Size update: mine arrived today. The size fit me fine, I bought the same size shoes as I normally wear in trainers.

    I have wide fitting shoes normally and these were a good fit.

    If you have narrower fit shoes maybe try slightly smaller than your normal fit.
  6. deleted2937197's avatar
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    Would these be any good for tap dancing?
    MrShark's avatar
    I tried but fell in the sink.
  7. This.Is.Dog's avatar
    This.Is.Dog Author
    These tyres (link below) have just dropped even further today, you can get a pair for £15.98 with free delivery at the same time as these shoes if you need a spare set of tyres.

    hotukdeals.com/dea…901 (edited)
    AlienAl2's avatar
    How did you manage to get them for 15.98?
  8. 252Scooby_'s avatar
    Ok thanks , turns out it’s £2.99 for returns which is not bad , also worth pointing out that this shoe takes both road bike or mtb cleats as mine are on mtb ones for my road bike 
  9. Cycling_chum's avatar
    Still not used the pair of these I bought when they dropped the price to a tenner!
    This.Is.Dog's avatar
    This.Is.Dog Author
    The camo ones?

    What's the sizing like.
  10. buddn07's avatar
    Those shoes have both 2-bolt and 3-bolt holes, so you can have either SPD or SPD-SL shoes.

    Both have pros and cons. SPD you can clip in both sides, but the pedal and surface area is smaller. SPD-SL are the triangle ones... you clip in one side but have a wider cleat/pedal.

    I used to use SPD but prefer SPD-SL now as I'd get a "hot spot" on the sole of my foot from the pressure where I pushed down.
  11. buddn07's avatar
    I was about to buy the dhb Aeron Lab Carbon Road Shoe Dial, but they don't have great reviews. Seems to be a manufacturing fault. Hopefully it's not the same with all of these.
  12. tushar's avatar
    Are these any good for indoor spin class?
    Rafal_Wystub's avatar
    Same question. Does anyone know? Thanks
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