Ben McGrawwrote a review of Sidi Wire Push Cycling Shoe - Men's on January 29, 2016
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I've ridden Specialized S-works for years but will NEVER go back to them after riding Sidi. These shoes fit well and the fit/finish is amazing. I noticed, though, they began to loosen while riding after the first couple of months using them. Now, after using them 9 months, the right one begins to loosen when I reach down to grab my water bottle. Even the slightest of twist of your leg and the upper Techno 3 loosens up. When training or even in a road race it's not too much trouble to reach down and tighten them a bit. (Although it is a little tricky with the little button on the Techno 3 closure.......especially with full fingered gloves. And impossible if you're wearing shoe covers on a cold ride.) Crit season starts soon and tightening your shoes up during a crit is a recipe for disaster. And you shouldn't have to wonder if the shoes you put on and snugged up at the beginning of a race are going to stay on your feet in the final sprint. Sidi shoes are as fine as they come and these are really nice. If you're a casual rider and just want an amazing shoe and don't mind having to snug them up over a ride, these are hard to beat. If you want to put your shoes on and forget about them, these aren't the best choice in my opinion. Hoping the ratchet closure Sidi's will be the answer to my problems.