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ScottMTB Team Boa Cycling Shoe - Men's
Item # SCO00VC
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June 11, 2021
BOA dial broke - No support
- I've used it several times
- True to size
Dial used to tighten the shoes broke. Have used maybe only a dozen or so times. Pretty disappointed. Contacted BOA and they sent out replacement laces but when I pointed out that the actual plastic broke I have been ignored. Contacted Scott customer service and got no reply yet. Shoes are good - stay away from BOA. Also, stay away from buying online. Scott says they will not do a warranty repair unless you have purchased from a local retailer.
May 27, 2020
Similar to prowl-R
- I've put it through the wringer
- True to size
- Size Bought
Since they discontinued the prowl-R this is more or less the same shoe minus a little bit of toe reinforcement. Like has been pointed out, these shoes aren't the most durable. however, for me, they are one of the few lighter options for shoes that also have very aft cleat channels (meaning you can get the cleat way back). They also have the right balance of stiffness vs pedal feel. And the breathability is good, a feature also lacking in many all mountain shoes. All in all, I'm know this won't last long (2 seasons tops), but I'll just buy another pair when they do fail. My last ones actually held up ok except the sole separated a bit around the cleat channel and I could have fixed it with a bit of adhesive but it really didn't matter much. These shoes do look narrow, but as it turns out they fit my rather wider foot very well. I purchase a 45 and wear an 11.5 sneaker. So don't be fooled by their XC looks. These are actually really great shoes for aggressive biking. Now if scott would just put a better sole on these (like the Michelin soles on the Shimano ME shoes), they would be an A+.
March 26, 2020
6 months of commuting, sole cracked
Positive - comfy narrow shoe w/ a good arch. Unfortunately, only 6 months on shoes - all road riding in a mild climate - left sole developed a crack, propagating from cleat. Backcountry supporting a warranty (offered credit because they don't have my size), but I have to pay to RMA them to Utah... Had higher hopes for $150 shoes.