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Ethan P Fischer

Ethan P Fischer

Wasatch

Ethan P Fischer's Bio

Born in Maine, native Upstate New Yorker, product of the Adirondacks, now displaced as a Wasatch bandit and Park City local. Employee at Backcountry.com

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Ethan P Fischer

Ethan P Fischerwrote a review of on October 28, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Let me start of by saying, I hate traditional mountain bike shoes. They feel like soccer cleats, squeezing my very flat foot to the point of beyond annoying to painful. There. Said it. Now, if you grew up with Mid 90s high tops, you will be in love. Great feel in the cuff with good ankle support. Rubber grips well with DH flats, but I currently have the cleat in and use them every day all mountain. They can get a bit hot, my feet were really sweating when we were biking in Virgin, Utah, but then again, everything sweats when I am riding.

Be sure to read the instructions before cutting out the rubber sole to install the cleats. It is worth paying attention to. My slash and tear method worked fine, but could have gone better.

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Ethan P Fischer

Ethan P Fischerwrote a review of on October 28, 2013

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

cranked them down to make it easy to snap out and it. Makes for just the right amount a resistance to get out quickly. I was always a bit nervous with clipless, in constant fear of the bike chasing me down a fall. However, these are easy in and out, and you can easily ride them without cleats if you wanna race down to grab some beer on a Friday night but are too lazy to throw on your mountain bike shoes.

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