No more pinching, binding, or pressure points.
If you've been stuffing your oversized feet into traditional off-road shoes, you'll delight in the ample room and pressure-free comfort afforded by the Lake Men's MX237 Endurance Wide Cycling Shoe. Designed for the needs of elite cyclocross racers and discerning cross-country riders with wider feet, this pair of off-road cycling shoes won't bind your feet or create uncomfortable pressure points, especially when you're laying down the hammer on punchy climbs and all-out sprints toward the finish line.
The MX237 Endurance Cycling Shoe is built on Lake's MX Competition last, which is especially snug in the heel to avoid slippage when you're cranking away at a brisk cadence, transitioning to a wider toe box to avoid uncomfortable binding and pressure points, especially when you're dismounting over rugged hike-a-bike sections. Overall, it designed for competitive cross and cross-country racers seeking a glove-like fit with just enough room to get off your bike and scout technical trail sections or shoulder your cross bike over barriers.
As a premium off-road shoe, you'll find the full grain leather upper wrapping your feet with a glove-like fit and supple feel, reinforced with anti-abrasion panels where you're most likely to scuff the shoes. This supple leather upper is controlled with a dual Boa L5 dials, which tighten down precisely with a micro-adjustable fit. It's rounded out with a full carbon sole for unrelenting power transfer underfoot, then covered with rubber lugs for plentiful traction over hike-a-bike sections.
- Race-savvy shoe for off-road cyclists with wider feet
- Designed to accommodates wider feet without pressure points
- MX Competition last is snug in the heel, wider in forefoot
- Dual Boa L5 dials provide a secure, micro-adjustable fit
- Full grain leather upper with abrasion-resistant panels
- Stiff carbon fiber sole maximizes power transfer
- Rubber overlays for grippy traction while hiking