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Six Six One Filter Shoe - Men's

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Description

Clip in or not, the Filter doesn’t give a ffuuu…

When the shuttle arrives, slide into and lace up your Six Six One Filter Shoe and hope on. Lace are kept out of your drivetrain thanks to the removable hook-and-loop strap while the gum rubber outsole’s ready to grip onto your platforms when ripping trough nasty rock gardens. When it’s time to saddle up at a Super D, or 4x event install some cleats and clip in for race winning performance.

Tech Specs

Upper Material:
[upper] synthetic leather, mesh
Soleplate:
plastic
Cleat Compatibility:
2-hole MTB
Recommended Use:
MTB

Size chart

Six Six One

Footwear
US Men EU US Women
4 36 6
4.5 37 6.5
5 37.5
5.5 38 7
6 38.5 7.5
6.5 39 8
6.5-7 39.5 8.5
7 40
7.5 40.5 9
8 41 9.5
8-8.5 41.5 10
8.5-9 42 10.5
9 43 11
9.5 43.5
10 44 11.5
10.5 44.5 12
11 45
12 46 13
12.5 47
13 48
13.549
1450

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I where a 9.5. Do you recomend a 9 or a...

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I where a 9.5. Do you recomend a 9 or a 10?

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I would recommend purchasing both a 9 and a 10 and requesting a return label so you can try both on and return the one that does not fit well.

4 5

Comfortable yet functionable

Being a casual biker but a serious bicycle commuter, I was looking for a shoe that would fit into both worlds as well as something I could wear all day in a casual setting should the need arise. I am very happy with these shoes. They offer comfort and support on my commute and yet are designed I can walk around and not have a shoe that gives off the obvious bike look. The SPD cleats fit well into the soles so you do not sound like a tap dancer walking down the hall. There is only a slight toe lift and a hard sole that feels different from my other skate shoes. There is plenty of padding around the ankle and tounge. My only complaint would be the Velcro strap used to secure the laces. It should be a little longer due to the very padded tounge.

4 5

Good Skate style SPD for FR and short XC rides

I replaced a traditional pair of well worn PI's and a pair of stopgap clipless shoes that I bought on the cheap from another online retailer, that were a commuter SPD more so than a mtb shoe. Overall I'm very happy with the Filters

On the first few rides the uppers of these shoes felt too stiff. But after 3-4 rides they softened up nicely. The 2 main features of this should that I like is:
A. the support of the uppers especially near the ankle, and
B. the large "platform" feeling I get with this shoe, as in I feel like I have better balance on the pedals with these shoes compared with the PIs I previously used. The position of the cleat also help with this.
Because of both these features I have more confidence when barreling down a fast FR line.

The cons of the Filters is probably the weight and the footbed. I will probably replace the footbed with a custom one, but I wish the one in there wasn't glued to the sole. And these are not the shoes for weight weenies. If you generally do long rides or need to sprint to the front of the line, this shoe may cause earlier fatigue. I'm a XC/FR rider that occasionally does DH But i don't want to give up my Atac pedals, so the Filters work just fine for these rides.

4 5

Great shoes

Not the same as being cliped in but they grip the pedals as good as any flat shoe I've used. Very confy too. The only complain is that I am not a fan of the way the strap fits over the laces. However I still feel is a great shoe at a great price.

5 5

Almost too nice to get dirty

I recently bought a pair of these to replace my old, well they are so old I forgot the brand name, shoes. I commute to work and many times do not have the option to change my shoes. walking in these, the soles do squeak, however the cleats do not touch the floor as in my older shoes, Many of my co workers could not belive these were my biking shoes and not your run of the mill skate shoes. I bought two pair. One for SPD use and one for non SPD pedals. I have not tried the non SPD ones yet but if they work as well as the ones I installed the SPDs on, I will not be dissapointed. The cut out popped out with a little effort and the cleat installation was a snap. The padding around the tounge and ankle also help. I am very happy with these shoes.

4 5

661 Filter Shoe

Got these shoes on chainlove for $35. I usually ride XC but decided to try platform pedals for the first time in many years. I first spent a day in these shoes riding DH with a rental DH bike. The shoes fit well and were comfortable when riding and while walking. They didn't grip the pedals as well as I expected but that also might be partially the fault of the pedals on the rental bike. I liked the stiffness of the sole and the option to use cleats. I think they are great all purpose MTB shoes but probably just an average DH shoe.

5 5

661 Filter

I recently bought them from chainlove for $35! Can't beat that! I usually rock DC's while riding but couldn't believe the grip these shoes offered compared to dc's. The shoes are clipless capable but not manadatory. I've been wearing them as my day to day shoes. They do squeak on certain floors but my DC's squeaked on all the same floors. Walking took a little getting used to, they have a fairly rigid sole and bent up toe (feels fine on the foot) but when you walk you roll foot -> toe, foot -> toe, foot->toe. Not a big deal, if anything maybe have some "shape up" shoe benefits? Worth the money, what the heck else are you going to get for that price? Everyone rocks DC's be different!

Are these shoes SPD compatible?

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Are these shoes SPD compatible?

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Yes they are, just peal away the pre-cut piece of the sole. look closely at the last detail picture. then purchase they're awesome and the cheapest shoe of the skate/SPD style

5 5

661 Shoe

I'm a cross country guy, not a DH rider, but there are those times that I want a comfortable pair of shoes that ride right too. I bought these shoes, along with Crank Bro Mallet2 pedals - the shoe is perfect, fit exact true to size, very comfortable and seems very durable. I installed the Crank Bro cleat, and the cleat is below the surface of the sole. Meaning that these shoes put rubber on the ground, no cleat. Yet they still fit fine on the pedal when clipped in. I'll still use my race shoes and egg beaters for serious rides, but for the day to day, this is an awesome system. The velcro strap is nice, loosen for walking around, then an easy cinch strap for when you're clipped in and need power. Great shoe, great buy. Love it!

5 5

Great Multipurpose MTB Shoe

Not sure why other reviewer rated these so bad, maybe didnt he read product description when ordering these? Anyhow, these shoes are excellent and have a great price tag too!! Cleats or no cleats these badboys get the job done particularly well. Rigid platform gives you alot of confidence when hammering down on your pedals, and the soft rubber outsole sticks tight on your platform pedals on your way back down the hill. I've matched these with Crank Bros, Time and XT clipless pedals and had no complaints. Super versatile shoe for XC, FR and DH riding... I'm on my second pair now. 1st pair lasted for about 3-4 seasons of use and abuse!

Write your question here...what is meant...

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Write your question here...what is meant by a filter shoes?

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It just the name of the shoe, I they were just on chainlove so keep a lookout.