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Sidi Sierra Shoe - Men's $0.00
Pedal in comfort with the Sidi Sierra Shoe clipped into your pedals. Traction lugs give you secure footing when off the bike, while mesh panels provide ventilation, and a reinforced toe box protects against impacts.
- Carbon Lite sole provides maximum power transfer
- Heel cup provides reduced lift and support for enhanced biomechanics
- Padded tongue eliminates pressure points
- NOTE: Sidi’s warranty requires the use of the Crank Brothers Reinforcement Plate (SID0069) when using Crank Brothers pedals
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Great shoe, but not my thing
This shoe was an excellent shoe. The shoe is stiff and comfortable. I tried it for one ride, and really liked the look and feel of it, but clipless just isn't my thing.
I bought this shoe with some CrankBrothers Candy pedals, but I wouldn't recommend doing that with this particular shoe. The arrangement was a little strange. If you're going to go with CrankBros, just go with the original eggbeaters without all the plastic.
Do you need to buy an adaptor plate in...
Do you need to buy an adaptor plate in order to use spd clips with these shoes? I'm hoping to get these as a present for my Dad who does spin classes regularly.
These are great shoes, particularly for the price. I've used Sidi Genius shoes for the last 7 years and needed some shoes for a bike tour. These aren't at the level of the genius but are great. They are sized true (I love the 1/2 sizes) but aren't as adjustable for narrow feet as the genius with the buckle. Took my first ride (40 miles+) and had no hot spots and they were confortable straight out of the box. I also did some walking and they were very good. The shoes exceeded my expectations and I'd recommend them. They are a good combination of stiff and efficient on the bike and comfortable for walking- not an easy combination to achieve.
Solid MTB Shoes
I had a pair of 10 year old 3-strap Sidis - pre Giau/Bullet, that needed replaced and I went for these, got a great deal on Chainlove. This is my 3rd pair of Sidi's and I feel like the brand is the gold-standard for shoes, road & mountain. Keep in mind that these are SDS (Sidi Design Series) shoes: they have the Sidi logo, fit great, are comfortable, designed by Sidi but construction is farmed out to Asia. I didn't know what was up with the SDS deal until after I purchased and I'm a a little disappointed by that. That said, they are very comfortable but don't have the Sidi fit that I'm accustomed to. I'm flat footed and use a Specialized BG footbed, I like to run it on top of the cheapo insoles and the shoe's fit is money. I also run EggBeaters, I use the plastic shim and the Crank Brothers steel sole protector underneath the cleat and I didn't have pedal clearance issues - it was close though. Out of the box I wore these around the office to break in, raced in them the next day and they felt great. No complaints. 4 stars because construction is farmed out to Asia and they lack the Sidi feel, but I would give them 5 stars because they're still a great value and a solid shoe.
Nice ... roomy and light
Sidi Sierra's are not made in Italy, and I believe are being phased out by Sidi.
Having said that, they are actually a really good shoe. Roomier in the toe area than my Italian Sidi's. Very light for a mountain shoe. Straps hold your foot as well as a buckle, and there is nothing to break. Period.
I would not recommend them if you hike-a-bike, as the sole is stiff and plastic. They do, however, feel great when riding, and would even make a great road shoe.
If you wear SPD's, you will likely have to shave a little of the sole around the cleat area to give them some more room. Easily done with my dremel.
Hmm, does anybody know if these shoes run...
Hmm, does anybody know if these shoes run big? Thanks!
They seem to run true to size.
Solid no-frills Sidi shoe
Nice shoe- all Sidis seem to be. It is definitely harder to get a tight enough fit without the buckle, and these seem a bit more roomy than my Genius 5s up top.
Also, be aware that if you are going to use Crank Bros pedals, the high tread is going to make it a bit more effortful. I purchased the Sidi plate and had to use that AND the shims that came with my Candy 2 pedals in order to be able to clip in.
I understand from my local bike store that...
I understand from my local bike store that the Sierra replaces the Giau (which I had ordered). What now falls between the Sierra and the Dominator 5 (which I can't afford)?