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ShimanoSH-AM9 Bike Cycling Shoe - Men's

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SH-AM9 Bike Cycling Shoe

Gearing up for gravity days usually includes a full face helmet and big body armor to protect you from major hits, but don't forget about properly equipping your feet as well. Don the Shimano Sh-AM9 Bike Shoes for a little extra toe protection, in a build that's lightweight and breathable, so you don't feel weighted down or end up with a wicked case of hot-foot mid lap. The SH-AM9 is built to be tough and stand up to stray branches, grabby roots, and chunky rocks, with a tacky sole for when hiking a bike is a must, and a recessed clipless platform that stays out of the way when walking, but allows you to snap in for maximum power when its pedal time.

Made from synthetic leather uppers, the SH-AM9 is durable and repels the elements. It naturally keeps water rolling off so you can stay dry, but features laser cut perforations to boost breathability. It uses a quick lace system that's easy to slide on and off, and features a large, hook and loop lace cover to keep your instep and laces protected from trail debris. At the ankle you'll find another hook and loop strap that adds just a bit more support, so you don't have to worry about heel slip on the ride, plus asymmetrical padding to protect you from hits on the inside from crank arms or frames. Your toes also stay well protected in the AM9's, first with a molded toe cap that provides armor against rocks and roots, and second with a lighter weird shield that moves from the toe to sides of your foot, providing protection to the widest points that might be more likely to catch a branch.

On the bottom, the shoes use Shimano's AM sole for aggressive downhill riding. This uses a 3-layer construction, with a stiff midsole for support that keeps from over-flexing on the pedal, and tacky rubber on the outsole to keep you locked in when walking is a must. The outsole features direction specific tread patterns, with tread to propel you forward at the toe box, and opposite direction lugs at the heel to help with braking when moving downhill. As mentioned before, the sole features a recessed cleat channel in the center, which enables you to run flats with full rubber to pedal contact when needed, or opt for any 2-bolt mountain cleat you want when it's time to clip in.

  • Gravity ready clipless shoes for that shield your toes
  • Synthetic leather uppers shield from mud and water
  • Laser cut perforations help keep your feet cool
  • Speed lace system for fast off and on
  • Lace shield protects from trail debris
  • Molded toe cap adds extra armor for your little piggies
  • AM sole provides stiff support and tacky rubber lugs

Tech Specs
Upper Materialsynthetic leather
Closurelace, hook-and-loop strap
Footbedcup insole
SoleEVA foam
Cleat Compatibility2-bolt mountain
Recommended Usemountain biking, downhill, enduro, trail
Manufacturer Warranty1 year


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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 4

Favorite of All Time

I've put it through the wringer
True to size

I love the simplicity of this shoe. Plenty of room, and more so - tactile feel it provides. I use this shoe with a Saint clipless pedal combo - and I honestly can't see using anything else in the near future. I rarely get any hot spots these days. No more sore toes, and/or crampy feet. The only thing I would love to see in this shoe in the future is a Boa adjustment. I have boa on all of my other cycling shoes - and will choose Boa over traditional closures any day. I've given it 4 stars, because as per Backcountry - 4 stars represents "almost perfect", addition of that Boa would bring it to 5 stars for me!

>Rating: 5

Great addition

I've used it several times
True to size
Size Bought

A couple years ago I switched my road shoes from Sidi to Shimano and wouldn't look back. Shimano has upped the comfort factor while maintaining the performance required in high end gear. These shoes have really been a nice upgrade to my previous Pearl Izumi setup. I use them with some XTR8020 pedals and the engagement and feel of the shoes with the pedals is surprisingly different. They feel much more planted than my previous set-up which allows for more control and confidence on big features. They designed them to work together and it shows as the feel is much closer to flats with a wide contact patch.


Does anyone know how the AM9 is for Width? I have Flintstone feet and need a shoe with a little room.