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LakeMX237 SuperCross Cycling Shoe - Men's

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Item # LKC001J

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MX237 SuperCross Cycling Shoe

Cyclocross season is the time to break free of strict roadie kit rules and roll up to the start line with some flashy personality, and there's no better way to cap off a fluoro kit than with a pair of Lake's MX237 SuperCross Men's Cycling Shoes. With styling that seems reminiscent of our favorite old-school baseball spikes, these shoes are clamoring to be accompanied by a rad pair of knee socks and a perfectly proportioned long-sleeved skinsuit to rocket off the line for the hole shot and beyond. They're not just style though, as Lake also packs them with all the carbon-soled, hard-wearing, and highly adjustable features we expect from race-worthy fare, with the addition of aggressive toe spikes for an extra bit of grippy oomph when the race promoter has you scrambling out of a muddy creek bed or climbing a wall of grassy stairs.

  • A race-worthy cyclocross shoe with stylish flair
  • Stiff carbon fiber sole efficiently transfers watts to the pedals
  • Lugged outsole and toe spikes conspire for grippy purchase off the bike
  • Abrasion resistant leather upper with mesh panels for ventilation
  • Dual Boa closures dial in the fit with streamlined precision

Tech Specs
Upper MaterialHelcor leather, mesh
Closure2 BOA L5 dials
SoleLake Race 100% carbon fiber, Mountain Race X rubber
Cleat Compatibility2-bolt
Recommended Usecyclocross, mountain bike
Manufacturer Warranty2 years


Cycling Footwear
36   5 224.5 - 227
36.5   5.5 227.5 - 230
37   6 230.5 - 234
37.5   6.5 234.5 - 237
38   7 237.5 - 240
38.5   7.5 240.5 - 243
39 5 8 243.5 - 246
39.5 5.5 8.5 246.5 - 250
40 6 9 250.5 - 253
40.5 6.5 9.5 253.5 - 256
41 7 10 256.5 - 260
41.5 7.5 10.5 260.5 - 263
42 8 11 263.5 - 266
42.5 8.5 11.5 266.5 - 270
43 9 12 270.5 - 273
43.5 9.5   273.5 - 276
44 10   276.5 - 280
44.5 10.5   280.5 - 283
45 11   283.5 - 286
45.5 11.5   286.5 - 290
46 12   290.5 - 293
46.5 12.5   293.5 - 296
47 13   296.5 - 300
48 13.5   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.
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?



Lake's website lists this show as coming with IP1 BOA dials, which offer tighten/loosen function that L5 dials do not. Can I get confirmation before ordering which dial is on this shoe? I am either looking for the Standard or Wide in 45.

Hi David, I own these shoes and the Boa Dials, twist both directions to loosen and lighten. They also pop out for a free wheel effect to take them off. Is this helpful? Sorry I do not know the exact Boa models

>Rating: 2

Uncomfortable Tongue

I returned this product before using it
True to size
Size Bought

I really wanted to like these and it was tough to return them. On first impressions, it appeared to be a great show. Dual Boa, lightweight, carbon soled, etc. The sizing from Lake's site was pretty spot on. I traced both feet out on paper; 297mm for the right and 294mm for the left. I didn't add 5mm like they recommended and am glad that I didn't as they would've been half a size too large if I did. I have wide feet at 109mm and these were perfect width. However, some others experienced the same issue with the tongue digging into the top of their foot and I was no different. Tightening down both dials made the top of the shoe dig into the tops of my feet surrounding my ankle. I'm not sure if it was just the way my foot was shaped, but definitely a drawback for me personally. Additionally, the heel cup was significantly looser around the heel as some other shoes I've tried. Granted I'm sure this could've been solved with some heat, but since I was returning them, I didn't see the point. If the tongue was not an issue, I'm sure forming the heel cup with some heat would've solved my only issue with the shoe.

I had the same issue w/tongue. Oddly the regular leather MX237 works fine for me. Go figure!

>Rating: 5

Quality worth the price

I've put it through the wringer

Love them. I don't normally spend this much, but the quality does justify it. Leather interior, not fabric. I had been buying Giro MTB shoes, but the heels kept coming apart, and ratchet buckles kept breaking. The Boa seems flawless so far, and the interior heel leather seems very durable. I wear these with Eggbeater pedals for all my riding: road and mixed terrain. I added a second insole for 3/4 of the foot, to decrease the volume inside the shoe, but keep room in the toes. I just did a big wet mixed "event" ride, and the shoes don't hold water like a sponge (like previous shoes). Hardly notice they are wet. I wear 9.5 to 10 in running shoes; the 43.5 is a good fit.

>Rating: 5

One of the few CX-specific race shoes

I've used it several times

Tossed my old shoes after 10 years, and I wasn't going back to buckles and straps—mud clogged them completely. While BOAs are pretty standard, what drew me to these was the fact that they're specifically designed for CX racing. They're like a nice road shoe plus treads and ready for mud. The (real) leather upper is pliable enough to be comfortable, but so far tough enough to fend off scrapes and washes down easily. It's also very warm for winter, though there's a bit of mesh and venting cutouts. Haven't tried these in an early season race yet. Inside there's very little padding, but you don't need it with how comparably soft these are, and it's less to get saturated in the wet. The carbon sole plate is stiff, much more so than my old MTB shoes, and they feel a lot more connected with the pedal. I do get a bit of heel lift while running, but they do flex enough to run without feel like they're getting sucked off my feet. Essentially they're built knowing that most of the time, you're pedaling, but just enough flex to get through runups. No complaints on the tread. Several sets of toe spikes are included. As for fit, they're roomy with a wider toe box, but tighter in the heel. I used the fit guidelines from their site and first bought a 45 (my foot length is around 28cm), but that turned out too big, even with thick socks. Sizing a half-size down was still more than enough to wear winter socks and still wiggle my toes, and not be bottoming out the laces. They fit a lot like road shoes with a little extra volume up front for running, but being fairly low-cut, not best for extended off-the-bike time. Lastly, the lacing system just works. The replacement pair I received had the two-way BOA knobs for adjusting looser if need be. Bottom line: they're pricey, but they're bombproof, mud proof, and pressure-washer proof. Well worth it if you do CX exclusively, maybe less so for general trail riding. As far as I can tell, the Supercross model is the same as the regular MX237, save for the abrasion-resistant leather.

>Rating: 5

Initial Impression

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
True to size
Size Bought
6` 0"

I've spent about 15 years as a wrench in various shops, and have had the luxury of trying on many different shoes before purchasing, so buying unfamiliar shoes on line is always sketchy. That said, it was time to purchase a new pair as my Sidi's fell victim to my new puppy. I didn't like the reviews I saw with Sidi's new stuff so I decided to look at other options. Lake stood out, specifically the Supercross. Great reviews and, damn, they look pretty rad. They checked all the boxes for cyclocross, MTB, etc., but how was the fit? Well, I'll just say that out of the box, these shoes are a dream. They blow away any Sidi shoe I've ever had, and I've had quite a few. The only other shoe that came close to fit were some old Carnacs from years ago. The Boa retention system is awesome. Plenty of room in the toebox and ample volume for my not-so-narrow feet. I've only put about 70km in these so far, so I can't yet speak for longevity, but the leather they use seems pretty rugged. Nice stiff carbon sole without any hotsopts. Great shoe. I'm now a Lake convert.

>Rating: 3

Not as comfortable as the standard MX237

I returned this product before using it
True to size
Size Bought
47 (use Lake's fit guide on their website)
6` 0"
185 lbs

My first pair of the standard MX237 was showing some wear so I thought I would "upgrade" to the MX237 Supercross. The Supercross looks awesome and the tough leather sounds great in theory, but the comfort really drops compared to the standard MX237. I had issues with the top edge of the buckle/strap cutting into the front of my ankle through the very top edge of the tongue. Check the photo for clarification of the buckle/strap issue. The buckle/strap isn't as pliable as the leather on the standard MX237 and it cuts into my ankle. The standard leather moves when needed and is much better. This the only thing I could find wrong with the shoe. It may be much better on someone with a different foot shape than mine. It could also be something that breaks in very quickly and gets comfortable. But, I wasn't willing to check and see after knowing how comfortable the standard MX237 was.

I tried the MX237 Supercross as well (been riding a Giro shoe before). I also noticed that it was uncomfortable at the top edge where it met my ankle - and has to return it for that reason. Just not comfortable with that cutting into my ankle.

Shawn, how long did the standard MX237's last before they got to the point where you had to replace them? Apart from this rubbing issue how was the comfort of this material compared to the standard leather? It seems much stiffer so does the lack of stretch and movement make for the overall comfort to be worse as well? Thanks.