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ShimanoSH-ME7 Cycling Shoe - Men's


Item # SHIU1B4

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SH-ME7 Cycling Shoe

Shimano's SH-ME7 all-mountain shoe finds a unique balance of blending XC lightness with enduro durability in an value-oriented package. The synthetic upper of the ME7 buckles down for a comfortable, secure fit, without sacrificing much to more performance-focused dials closures. And the speed laces tuck nicely under the top cover. A Michelin rubber sole provides traction for footing in the berms as well as stiffness for the accelerations.

A reinforced heel stabilizer holds your feet in place to ensure you don't lose any power on challenging ascents, while the carbon midsole keeps things responsive and lightweight. And made on Shimano's Volume+ Last, the ME7 offers a bit more wiggle room in the toe box for comfort on bashy root and rock gardens.

  • All-mountain cycling shoe for spirited downhill runs
  • Stiff sole efficiently transfers power to the pedals
  • Neoprene ankle collar keeps out irritating rocks
  • Rubber outsole for hike-a-bike sections
  • Perforated synthetic upper comfortably ventilates
  • Speed lace and top buckle strap for highly adjustable fit
  • Compatible with two-bolt mountain bike cleats

Tech Specs
Upper Material[face fabric] synthetic, [ankle] stretch neoprene
Closurespeed lacing, buckle
SoleMichelin OCX3 dual-density rubber
Cleat Compatibility2-bolt
Recommended Usecross-country, cyclocross, enduro, mud/sand/snow, trail
Manufacturer Warranty1 year


Cycling Footwear
35   4
36 4 5
37 4 5.5
37.5 4.5 6
38 5 6.5
38.5 5.5 7
39 5.5 7
39.5 6 7.5
40 6.5 7.5
40.5 7 8
41 7.5 8.5
41.5 8 9
42 8.5 9.5
42.5 8.5 10
43 9 10.5
43.5 9 11
44 9.5 11
44.5 10  
45 10.5  
45.5 11  
46 11  
46.5 11.5  
47 12  
48 12.5  
49 13  
50 14  

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 2

Poor fit and poor ventilation

I returned this product before using it
Runs large

The shoe size ran so big I had to send it back ($7 cost), and the construction details have changed to allow less ventilation. I had the exact same shoes for years and now this. They sound have made a new model number

>Rating: 2


I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought
5` 10"
175 lbs

Shoes were specific for Enduro ridding as the description says, the easy strap broke off on the 3rd ride? How? Idk, was ridding some gnarly stuff on the DH when I noticed my foot felt loose that the buckle to the strap was broken off. I mean for the amount of money they cost you expect the best quality. I could expect this incident in a year of riding but 3 rides ? Really ?! Was very disappointed and I still had 10 more miles to climb. Good thing Backcountry was very professional and handle the situation quick and sent me a new pair asap. 3 stars for comfort, look, stiffness, minus 2 stars for the quality of the strapping system.

>Rating: 5

Best all mountain shoe ever

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
5` 11"
185 lbs

No shoe is perfect. And when I boughty first pair of these last year I removed to lace cover and gaiter just to improve the ventilation. But after a year on them and trying other things in similar style, I can say these outshine the competition by far. First and foremost the cleat mounts directly to the shoe and doesn't have that weird recess channel like everyone else is doing. Gives you a low stack, no need to shim anything and a very good pedal feel. Second the cleat placement is centered unlike others that seem to move it inboard and give you make you feel like you're standing on the outside of your pedals. This year Shimano didn't do half sizes and I was disappointed but with the right insoles the 46 works well for me (previously had a 45.5, 11-11.5 street shoe). If you use a flatter or the stock insoles your feet spread out more in the shoe. A more arched insole and you can fit a little smaller shoe. I've ridden the previous version everywhere from DH park to Moab. They are incredibly durable and the soles look great after a year. But the thing I like most is the balance between flexibility and stiffness. They pedal excellent but give you some flexibility to twist your feet during bike control. They don't have that dead stiff feel....just right. These new ones have a little better ventilation. And while I thought I'd want a boa, I have broken a boa on the trail. Something that won't happen with these. A great shoe for everything! Thank you Shimano!