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Shimano SH-M240L Shoes $0.00
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The Shimano SH-M240L Shoes is designed to out-perform your expectations. The M240 features a tough, durable synthetic leather upper with low-profile armor for increased foot protection. The curved, anatomical last combines with Shimano's Custom-Fit technology for a cycling shoe that literally cradles the foot. All is held secure on the M240 through two hook-and-loop straps and a low-profile micro-adjust buckle that provides exact adjustment.
- Rovenica ultra-fine synthetic leather is extremely lightweight, supple and features exceptional durability and abrasion resistance
- Ultra-rigid, long fiber carbon shank with tuned heel flex for powerful pedaling without the power loss
- Optional toe spikes increase traction in dirt or mud
- Heat-moldable custom fit technology and heat moldable insoles provide a super-comfortable fit that won't go flat in a season
- Anti-slip heel lining won't shift during pedal up-stroke
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Reviews & Community
Great, great mountain bike shoe
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
With a moldable insole, and really heavy duty lip/front of shoe, these things are really comfortable and made for pounding. With clip ins, they are as comfortable as the carbon road shoe, but built for mountain biking. The only shoe so far that is comfortable enough and tough enough for me to mention in a review.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Comfortable shoe size 1/2 size smaller than Sidi
Shimano SH-M240L Shoes
It was time for new shoes, so I tried several different brands at my local shop. I have been wearing Sidi's and couldn't say enough good things about them....until I tried the M240L's. Right out of the box, these shoes fit my foot (fairly narrow) so much better than any brand I've worn. Super comfortable with a rigid sole. I've only ridden with them twice, but I never experienced any hotspots or fatigue. I obviously can't speak on the durablility just yet, but they are made very well. I ride in the SoCal hills, so I find myself hiking some. These shoes grip fairly well (as long as you keep the toe spikes installed) and walking on flat ground or pavement is a treat. These shoes are well worth the money. *Note* I suggest going to a store and trying these shoes on if you plan on ordering online. Shimano sizes are a little different than other brands. I normally wear a 45 in Sidi, but with the Shimano's, I wear a 44.5. They fit like a glove