Why We Like The MX146 Cycling Shoe
Cold and gray urban commutes are a little cozier with the insulated MX146 Cycling Shoe. The weather-resistant build keeps our feet dry and warm, while the rugged dial adjusts easily with gloves on. Fitting securely through the heel and midfoot, we maintain control on the ride, while the roomy toebox lets our toes splay and wiggle freely for optimal comfort in and out of the saddle.
- Warm cycling shoe for cold weather rides and commutes
- Rugged lugged sole provides hardwearing, slip-resistant performance
- BOA dial with quick release for a secure fit and an easy off
- Softshell upper resists moisture and increases flex comfort
- Synthetic insulation traps heat even when wet
- Item runs small, so we recommend sizing up for best fit
- Sport last, see size chart for fit information
- Item #LKCZ033
- Upper Material
- Clarino microfiber, Thinsulate 200g
- BOA dial, Click-Fit quick release, Mid Power M4 Cartridge Tongue
- fiberglass-injected nylon
- Supergrip Enduro Sole, Ice Lock anti-slip lugs (rubber with micro glass fibers)
- Cleat Compatibility
- Claimed Weight
- [single, size 37] 15oz
5 based on 1 ratings
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November 28, 2022
Best mountain bike boot!
- I've used it several times
The MX146 is a terrific midweight boot (20~50F/7~10C). I also have MX303 (replaced with 304) heavy boot (below 20F/-7C). Both boots are very comfortable. Great for hike-a-bike sections. They are waterproof and windproof. I've had the 303 for many years and they are holding up great. I've only had the 146 a couple months, but they appear to have similar build quality. I expect they will last a long time too. When it comes to cycling boots, the flap that covers the front of the boot is a must-have. Other boots I've had leak melting snow and splashing water through the zipper or lace. Also, the cleat slots are sealed whereas other boots are not. These boots keep my feet dry in slushy snow and even when my foot breaks through the frozen creek. My normal shoe size is 45.5. The 303 fit best in size 46. The 146 fit best in size 47. This is with a normal weight sock not thin cycling sock or heavy wool sock. I don't need a heavy sock with either of these boots. They are warm enough with a normal midweight sock.
Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com
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