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Shimano SH-MP66W Mountain Bike Shoe - Men's $0.00
Aggressive, yet kind to your feet, Shimano’s MP66W is at home pumpin’ through whoops or hangin’ in spin class. Stylish looks make ‘em suitable for almost any venue, and the tough, durable fiberglass-reinforced polyamide midsoles prove style can be met through function. The armored lace shield prevents laces from wrestling chainrings, and SPD compatibility enables easy coupling with your favorite pedals.
- Mid-top height prevents swollen ankles
- Supple yet stable sole is comfortable on or off the bike
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Reviews & Community
How to install the cleat?
Is there any...
How to install the cleat?
Is there any other way rather then cut?
I really like this shoe. I am not a huge fan of riding clipless (cleats) but riding these shoes flat is really nice. I use them in every type of riding, from XC to DH. They work great in all disciplines. They are not as stiff as a pure XC shoe nor are they as light. But they have good grip on the pedal and the extra high padding over the ankle is always appreciated.
Got these about a month and a hallf ago. Great shoes. No more hot foot on the right foot. Fit really well and are good when you need to hike a bike. They work great with my Crank Brothers Mallet pedals.I had some concerns that I might have to do some surgery on the sole to get them to reach the cleat. No surgery needed. Nice comfortable shoe. Highly recommeded.
Good Performing Clown Shoes
Ive been wearing these shoes for a couple of weeks now. I got them for trials riding because my weak and flexible Pumas werent cutting it.
When I first opened up the box and tried the shoes on, I thought to myself, shit, these look like clown shoes. They looked kind of bulky and very white with a sprinkling of ugliness. My first impressions of the performance of the shoes were mixed since I usually felt a sharp point against the top of each foot where the tongue of the shoes ended. I realized the only way to fix this was to either get used to the mild pain or simply not tighten the laces as much. Im now used to riding with a looser fitting shoe, but I do wish I could tighten these up more without having to deal with the mild pain. The shoes do provide a stable platform and offer good grip when paired with my Echo pedals. Also, now that the shoes have gotten scuffed up and a bit dirty, they look less like clown shoes. :-)
Shimano, if youre listening, stop making all white bike shoes and put more effort into style and looks.
I suck at using clipless (clipped in) pedals still..but I like to have the chance to learn without being committed the entire ride. You can see here that I am not clipped in...I actually crashed on the way up to this trail because I was clipped in. Great shoes to learn clipless with, and great shoes to ride any style with...a lot of people like me buy this shoe so that they have the option of riding clipped in on the way up and flat on the way down.
do these come with cleats or do you have...
do these come with cleats or do you have to buy them separate?
No, cleats are typically included with your pedals... If you already have pedals, yes, you'll have to buy cleats to match your pedals.
will these work with my shimano M505...
will these work with my shimano M505 pedals?
Yes, these shoes are SPD compatible!
been riding these shoes for almost a month. they were everything I expected. I got a size 42. width is perfect... maybe a little long, but I have square feet much to my schigrin (spelling?). I previously used a 42 in sidi, which was fit like a molded mouth gaurd. so anyone looking for sizing, shimano might run a little bigger than sidi. A 41 would probably stretched out and fit snugger, but It doesn't bother me. Going to get the Mallet 1 pedals... Love flats for downhill, but need the clips for uphill. I am stoked to shred.
Great Shoes... if White
Seems like a very durable shoe, SPD option is good to have although I bought these for my platform pedals. The velcro "lace shield" does a good job in keeping your laces from all the twisty and grabby parts of your bike.
White seems like an odd choice for a MTB shoe. If you like your white shoes to stay white, fat chance here. The nature of mountain biking will make it impossible to keep these shoes pristine. I, for one, perfer the shoes with the smudges and dirt added.
The only option
As a serious BMX racer these shoes are the only option in my mind. I have raced in many different styles and this is the only shoe I will ever ride in again. Comfort, style and performance are top notch. Pick up a pair today for your mountain bike shoes, you wont be disapointed.