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LakeMXZ200 Cycling Shoe - Men's


Item # LKC001M

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Item # LKC001M

MXZ200 Cycling Shoe

You're not one to turn down a ride just because there's a little snow on the ground, but that doesn't mean your toes should have to freeze. Don the Lake MXZ200 Cycling Shoes and hit the singletrack in the freshly fallen snow, enjoying spinning your legs when the trails are empty of all other bipedal creatures, while keeping your feet toasty, thanks to durable uppers that cut through the elements, and ample space for proper winter socks.

The Lake MXZ200 are constructed with full-grain leather uppers that are vegetable tanned for a unique look that's akin to work and hiking boots. The inside features a waterproof membrane, so if the snow gets deep your feet can stay dry, and the toes are backed up with 3M Thinsulate lining to trap heat inside. The shoes are built on Lake's Winter Last, which means they have a taller and wider toe box that allows for room for layering your favorite wooly winter socks to keep you warm. They lace up tall, finishing above the ankle, to keep wet, muddy, and cold weather on the outside where it belongs.

Finishing off the shoe is Vibram's heavy duty Mountain V outsole. This outsole has aggressive hiking lugs that keep you secure when you have to walk on slick and muddy trails, with directional tread designed to help you brake in the heel when walking downhill, or propel forward in the toe if you're hiking up a steep face to chase a fast and flowy descent. The sole also features a recessed cleat patch, for mountain any two-bolt mountain cleats, so you can clip in for maximum power on the trail.

  • Winter-ready boots for shredding in the snow
  • Unique hiking boot look from tanned leather uppers
  • Waterproof membrane keeps your feet dry for the ride
  • 3M Thinsulate lining on toes trap heat inside
  • Vibram Mountain V outsole is stiff and grippy
  • Directional lugs help when hiking is a must
  • 2-bolt mountain cleat compatible for clipping in

Tech Specs
Upper Materialvegetable tanned leather
SoleMountain V by Vibram
Cleat Compatibility2-bolt mountain
Recommended Usemud/sand/snow, trail
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 Shoulder Season Shoes

I've put it through the wringer
Runs small
Size Bought
6` 2"
200 lbs

I think these boots are awesome I have cold feet in general but I wear these anywhere from 30 to 50° They are super comfortable and have a lot of room in toe box for multiple sock layers. They are a pain in the butt to set up because you do have to cut the bottom of the sole out according to what style pedal you’re using. I’ve had mine for three years and ridden thousands of miles and they still look brand new; I did use a leather pretreater on them. Sizing is small but typical of lakes these are a lot wider though

>Rating: 3

3.5 stars

I've put it through the wringer

Mondo: 28.5 I wear a 10.5 snowboard boot, an 11 in most shoes including cycling (Freerider Pro, Giro Cyclone), and 11.5 in running shoes (Saucony Kinvara, Hoka Rincon). I couldn't fit my foot in a 44, a 45 barely fit, and a 46 is decent. I'd completely ignore the Men's chart, and go by the mm measurement. 46 links to a 290-293, which should give me plenty of room. The overall fit is good, but I potentially could have gone with a 47. I've worn the boots for a couple weeks commuting, and one 2-hour fat bike ride with flat pedals in weather spanning single digits to high thirties. My toes got a little cold in the single digits, but were fine in the teens up to about 40 when they got too hot. The laces are ok, but you have to completely undo them to get your foot in which isn't ideal. I swapped them out for Lace-Locs, but my foot has slid forward squishing my toes a bit with those. The sole is good, but nothing like Freeriders if that's what you're used to. It's one of those cases where you should either spend the money on Wolvhammers or 304's or just use hiking boots. I'll keep using them for the rest of the season, but probably won't keep them past this year.

>Rating: 2

Not designed for clipping in.

I've used it several times
Runs small

I had to cut out the entire oval to be able to push the clean back. After doing this, it seems one is starting to cut into the shoe. Still not easy to clip in. Also, they get wet quickly. The water soaks right through the toe box. Very disappointed in these shoes.

I agree, cutting out the oval was a pain to install SPD's. But I am happy with these winter riding boots, they help keep my feet warm and dry.


How do you access the mtb cleat in this shoe?


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