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LakeCX241 Wide Cycling Shoe - Men's

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Item # LKCZ02C

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CX241 Wide Cycling Shoe

Without a doubt, our favorite non-bolt on bike accessory is shoes. New shoe day feels our hearts with glee and hopefully, our feet with comfort. It's no secret that we're fans of Lake shoes here and the CX 241 Road Shoe is no exception. Features like Boa closures, full-grain leather upper, and carbon sole check off everything we look for when shopping for new kicks. This wide-last version of the CX241 ensures we have the proper fit for all-day training rides and epic races.

This shoe is race-ready and looks great. The CX/TX Competition last still offers a roomy toe box but has a tighter heel, scaled for the wide last, than the Sport last found on some of Lake's other offerings for a snugger, glove-like fit that's perfect for high-cadence spinning and big wattage efforts. A heat moldable carbon heel counter allows for fine-tuning of the fit and the Nufoam lining feels like it's giving your foot a hugging embrace every time you put the shoes on. Down below, the lightweight and stiff Lake Race carbon fiber sole with drillings for a 3-hole road cleat put the power to the pedals.

Like we've seen on Lake's Endurance mountain bike shoes, the CX 241 gets hardier materials for the upper ensuring excellent durability and long life. Full-grain leather is supple, easily contouring to your foot's shape while the higher wear areas like the toe and heel receive Helcor Abrasion resistant leather for increased resilience. Dialing in the fit, and easy to adjust on the fly is the almost now ubiquitous dual side-mounted Push/Pull IP1 BOA lacing system with releasable lace guides.

  • A race-ready shoe with extra durability features
  • Wide last provides an alternative fit
  • The Race Carbon sole provides efficient power transfer
  • Supple full-grain leather upper conforms to your foot
  • Dual IP1 Boa closure dials offer a micro-adjustable fit
  • Compatible with three-bolt road cleats
  • CX/TX Competition last balances width and snug fit

Tech Specs
Upper MaterialHelcor leather
Closure2 BOA IP1 dials
SoleLake Competition carbon fiber
Cleat Compatibility3-bolt road
Manufacturer Warranty2 years


Cycling Footwear
36 4.5 5.5 224.5 - 227
37 5.5 6.5 230.5 - 234
37.5 6 7 234.5 - 237
38 6.5 7.5 237.5 - 240
38.5 6.75 7.75 240.5 - 243
39 7 8 243.5 - 246
39.5 7.5 8.5 246.5 - 250
40 7.75 8.75 250.5 - 253
40.5 8 9 253.5 - 256
41 8.5 9.5 256.5 - 260
41.5 9 10 260.5 - 263
42 9.5 10.5 263.5 - 266
42.5 9.75 11 266.5 - 270
43 10 11.5 270.5 - 273
43.5 10.5   273.5 - 276
44 11   276.5 - 280
44.5 11.5   280.5 - 283
45 11.75   283.5 - 286
45.5 12   286.5 - 290
46 12.5   290.5 - 293
46.5 13   293.5 - 296
47 13.5   296.5 - 300
48 14   303.5 - 306
50 15   313.5 - 316.5
How to Measure:
Take your foot measurement In a standing position while wearing your cycling socks.
Step 1: Trace your foot onto a sheet of paper.
After you trace your foot take a ruler and make a line to mark the furthest point on all four sides.
Step 2: Length measurement.
Use a millimeter ruler to get the measurement of the longest distance from heel to longest toe (first or second toe).
Step 3: Width measurement.
Use a millimeter ruler to get the measurement of the widest distance of foot from side to side.
Step 4: Repeat steps for other foot as your feet may be different sizes.
Typically you will want shoes that accommodate your largest foot the most comfortably.
Add 5mm to your actual length measurement to get recommended size.
Please Note: for accurate measurement please obtain a 3 digit millimeter measurement. Accurate measurements cannot be obtained from only 2 digits.

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Great shoe, nice and wide

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
True to size
Size Bought
6` 6"
270 lbs

This surpassed my expectations. I am 6’6” with size 16 extra wide feet. Bike shoes are always painful. These give full room for my toes and my feet feel relaxed and free the entire ride. The leather is high quality. They feel amazing the moment you put them on.

>Rating: 5


I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought
5` 8"
185 lbs

I have a narrow heal, high arches, and a wide set of toes that looks like Flinstone feet. I followed the Lake sizing chart and was right on the border of regular and wide. I ordered the regular size and had to exchange for a wide. My feet are only wide at the toes, so the two boas lets me tighten the top as much as I need and leave the toe boa a bit looser. I did use an insert. I have put them through about 1800 miles and have no issues with hot spots or the foot pain. I wore my prior pair of cheaper shoes about the same amount of miles and had just decided foot pain was part of it. Nope. The way they are made lets them shape to your feet. .

>Rating: 1

Weird style bad fit

Runs small

I did all that Lake’s website said to do. Measured my foot and ordered per the did not work the shoe was too tight. Also the design is ugly but you can’t see that in the pictures, it has separate side panels I guess to allow for the wide foot but once you were it it looks like the shoe is ripped.

>Rating: 5

Wide enough

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
True to size
Size Bought
9.5 U.S.
5` 10"
208 lbs

I usually don't do reviews but I thought I would on this one. My issue is always getting cycling shoes that are wide enough to fit my EEE/EEEE feet. (Back in the early '60's I had to wear football cleats two sizes too large just to get into them. The front cleat was not even under my foot!) The rest of the world seems to think "D" is wide, and it is difficult to get definitive information on which cycling shoes are wide enough. I have tried others claiming to be wide, but when I open the box, I can see instantly that they don't really know what wide is. These fit, and are soft leather that will stretch and conform to my feet. I have not ridden with them yet, but have tried them on. So if you have wide feet give these a try.

>Rating: 5

Extremely Happy With This Purchase:

I've used it several times
True to size
Size Bought
5` 10"
185 lbs

My old shoes were causing me significant foot pain, I’ve had my eyes on the wide Lakes for awhile and decided to make a late-season purchase — I couldn’t be more satisfied. I got them Monday and rode 20 miles, they were accurate to size and comfortable the minute I put them on. I was also pleasantly surprised at the additional power I was able to put up, especially climbing - I did 35 on Wednesday, 35 on Friday and 45 Sunday, these shoes are perfection and I haven’t felt a single twinge of discomfort. Very happy and well worth the extra $$.