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Shimano RT4 Road Touring SPD cycling Shoes (36.5-48 eu sizes) £44.99 @ CRC
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Shimano RT4 Road Touring SPD cycling Shoes (36.5-48 eu sizes) £44.99 @ CRC

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Posted 3rd Jan

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Shimano RT4 Road Touring SPD Shoes
Shimano’s RT400 SPD Shoes are multi-use touring shoes designed for the lifestyle rider who values pleasure over speed and durability over advanced features. When you’re on your bike, these versatile shoes use the SPD system for optimal energy efficiency and when you step out onto a road or trail, they offer supreme comfort.

These RT400 touring shoes from Shimano feature classic lace-up styling with a simple lacing closure for even tension, glass fibre reinforced shank plate for optimum sole rigidity and 360° reflectivity for high-visibility.

Features:

Please Note: Going up half a size from normal shoe size is suggested
Classic lace-up styling, pedalling performance and walking comfort
Simple lacing closure for even tension
Glass fibre reinforced shank plate
Full length rubber sole enhances walking comfort
Durable supple synthetic leather/fabric upper designed to ensure a snug, secure fit
Adaptable cup insole
360° reflectivity for high-visibility in urban environments
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Not bad, but suggest you are probably better off with MTB shoes for the grip and all round use.
I've got the RT5s (same design but velcro) and worn them for long rides. As the RT models these are fine for all round use as the soles are soft rubber. No more skating across the cafe floor!
Why do they put laces on cycling shoes?
CycleCommute.CC04/01/2020 00:09

Why do they put laces on cycling shoes?



If not for better look then maybe for the weight reduction. If they are designed for touring then velcro is not required in my opinion.
jazid03/01/2020 22:19

[Image] Not bad, but suggest you are probably better off with MTB shoes …[Image] Not bad, but suggest you are probably better off with MTB shoes for the grip and all round use.


Not if you are riding a road bike and prefer spd to spd sl. You only need grip on shoes if you're doing a lot of walking.
Great. Just bagged the last 44's. 4% quidco.
jobibear04/01/2020 06:35

Great. Just bagged the last 44's. 4% quidco.


I knew I’d regret posting this deal , I didn’t notice it was the only pair of 44 when listing , thought I’d gage opinions before buying
whatyadoinsucka04/01/2020 08:45

I knew I’d regret posting this deal , I didn’t notice it was the only pair …I knew I’d regret posting this deal , I didn’t notice it was the only pair of 44 when listing , thought I’d gage opinions before buying


Sorry dude.
jazid03/01/2020 22:19

[Image] Not bad, but suggest you are probably better off with MTB shoes …[Image] Not bad, but suggest you are probably better off with MTB shoes for the grip and all round use.



sophieb198604/01/2020 06:03

Not if you are riding a road bike and prefer spd to spd sl.


Not sure I understand your point. If you prefer SPD to SPD SL, that is precisely the reason why you WOULD chose an MTB shoe and pedal.
jobibear04/01/2020 09:15

Sorry dude.


No worries I’ve got shimano shoes that just won’t die so didn’t really need a new pair I just like the look of these
Just bought a pair of the Shimano RP5 rp501. Wider range of sizes available and great saving. Velcro too! I don't understand laces on cycling shoes.

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Always nice to see some cycling apparel deals on here so heat from me
jazid04/01/2020 12:09

Not sure I understand your point. If you prefer SPD to SPD … Not sure I understand your point. If you prefer SPD to SPD SL, that is precisely the reason why you WOULD chose an MTB shoe and pedal.


I prefer spd to spd sl as the positioning of the foot is better for me. However I would not wear spd mtb shoes as I am a road cyclist. I have spd road shoes with very little grip on the sole as I do not walk in my shoes really. Whereas with mtb or touring shoes they are generally heavier and chunkier soled to allow for walking over rough terrain
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