Specialized Cadet Shoes reduced to £22.99 delivered from RutlandCycling
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Specialized Cadet Shoes reduced to £22.99 delivered from RutlandCycling

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Found 1st Oct 2017
All Specialized Cadet cycling shoes reduced to £22.99 @ Rutland Cycling
These are suitable for mtb spd pedals and can be used as normal walking shoes.
Quite a number of sizes left.

Also available in blue colour, and women's sizes
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Cheers OP ordered......half a size up after reading the reviews on Rutland

....so glad I didn't buy when they were £29
Edited by: "perkypig" 1st Oct 2017
Good luck getting them to fit. I went a size up but still had to send them back. Very weird shape. Bargain if they fit you.
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Thanks op ordered.
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sane4sure1 h, 53 m ago

Also Specialized Tahoe on the same site for a bargain - …Also Specialized Tahoe on the same site for a bargain - £29!https://www.rutlandcycling.com/104270/products/specialized-tahoe-mens-cycling-shoes.aspx


None of those left
They look good
Not waterproof grrrrrr
Somebody saw my post in the pedal thread hey.
They are also the same price on eBay.
Perfect for gym after cycling.
Edited by: "rodman" 2nd Oct 2017
Don't forget the 3% Quidco, Just ordered for my CAADX, could anyone reccomened some good pedals that are cleat on one side and normal on the other?. MTB/Cyclocross style. Thanks in advanced.
I have the blue version of these and think they’re outstanding value.
Just bought a second pair as this is a steal and such good quality
Any point getting these if you have regular pedals on your bike?

Also, I read one review say the soles are so stiff it sound like high heels when you walk on a wooden floor - can anyone who owns them confirm?
ianlash3 h, 40 m ago

Good luck getting them to fit. I went a size up but still had to send them …Good luck getting them to fit. I went a size up but still had to send them back. Very weird shape. Bargain if they fit you.


Me too! I'm normally an 8 but even a 9 in these didn't fit: quite short and very narrow.

Good deal if they fit but be warned and return shipping is down to the buyer.
guttediam2 h, 45 m ago

Not waterproof grrrrrr

I find my Gore Tex cycle shoes a rubbish without overshoes anyway, as water just runs down your leg etc.
Got size 9 as my normal shoes and they are fine :-)
Cheers OP just what I needed - heat added
Bought these at their previous discount price of £29. For £23 I'd say these are amazing value. Size as expected for me, though these aren't as nice for cycling as my other specialized touring shoes which are stiffer and not as hopeless in the rain.

You'll want to get some overshoes if you plan on journeys where rain is a possibility. I bought some DHB ones a size up to accommodate these not being standard cycling shoes.

The other downside of these is that although they have a recessed cleat mount, it's behind a glued bit of rubber, which is a PITA to get off.

Not bad for the money though...
Edited by: "feiufhe97f8" 2nd Oct 2017
feiufhe97f833 m ago

Bought these at their previous discount price of £29. For £23 I'd say t …Bought these at their previous discount price of £29. For £23 I'd say these are amazing value. Size as expected for me, though these aren't as nice for cycling as my other specialized touring shoes which are stiffer and not as hopeless in the rain.You'll want to get some overshoes if you plan on journeys where rain is a possibility. I bought some DHB ones a size up to accommodate these not being standard cycling shoes.The other downside of these is that although they have a recessed cleat mount, it's behind a glued bit of rubber, which is a PITA to get off.Not bad for the money though...

Same opinion here on all accounts
dewonderful17 h, 26 m ago

Any point getting these if you have regular pedals on your bike? Also, I …Any point getting these if you have regular pedals on your bike? Also, I read one review say the soles are so stiff it sound like high heels when you walk on a wooden floor - can anyone who owns them confirm?

I use them on flat pedals too and they help loads as are much stiffer soles than normal trainers so you lose less power through flex and it all transmits to the pedals. Can notice the extra efficiency for sure
Im not specialised nor am I a cadet
Can I still get these
crazylegs1 h, 23 m ago

Im not specialised nor am I a cadetCan I still get these


Based on that comment you’re pretty special if you ask me!
Ordered thanks
Bought the blue ones in a size up ( going with the general feedback on size ) hopefully they fit ! 😵
Its a good deal, and I've pulled trigger on some 44's in black.
Its a gamble with buying cycling shoes online and I'm wondering if I've made the right call on these, so after some advice

Normally take 8.5 (42.5) for 'normal' shoes, have 43's for my Bontrager road shoes and had to go 44's for my Shimano MTB shoes.
Is it fair to say that these are likely the same size as the Shimano, coz I've read differing opinions about size of these Spesh shoes?
I would have gone 43.5 - but that option wasn't avail.
Cheers
Edited by: "meggie_dude" 4th Oct 2017
Mine have arrived. Wished I hadn’t gone a Euro size up as there slightly to big for me but still usable. The rubber to get to the cleat is a pain to get off but once done there cracking value.
FWIW, the size 44's were bang on for me (normal size 42.5's in work shoes) so ordered a second set for my son (similar size)
Really pleased.
Son a bit picky about stuff like this when it comes to looks, but he is happy enough and they are stonking value.
Ordered touring pedals off fleabay with platform on one side and SPD on the other - so will have the best of both worlds.
Just have to summon up the courage to take to knife to the soles to get the cleats fitted.

Can't believe these haven't all sold out - but whatever..............
thanks
now even less, just for £15.
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