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ShimanoSH-XM9 Cycling Shoe - Men's


Item # SHI00A5

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Item # SHI00A5

Why We Like The SH-XM9 Cycling Shoe

If you're lucky enough to be stocking up on gear for your next bikepacking trip or tour, Shimano's SH-MX9 Cycling Shoes make a strong case as the shoes you should take along with you on your adventures. Shimano constructs the SH-MX9 with a durable nubuck leather upper, backed by a reinforced rubber toe box and padded ankle cuff reminiscent of your most rugged pair of hiking shoes to withstand all of the rocks and trail debris you're likely to encounter.

Inside, Gore-Tex's breathable Performance Comfort lining means your feet stay completely dry while you're wearing the shoes in rainy or muddy trail conditions. Shimano adds EVA foam to the midsole to provide some shock-absorption as you're hiking or breaking down camp, while a half-length plate with a stiffness of three out of 12 on Shimano's stiffness scale accommodates two-bolt mountain cleats, lending the shoes their distinction as part hiking boot, part mountain bike shoe. Finally, the lugged Vibram outsole works to give you ample traction and stability as you walk with your bike along on aggressive trails.

  • Hybrid cycling shoes for bike adventuring in any conditions
  • Gore-Tex liner provides waterproof, breathable protection
  • Nubuck leather with reinforced rubber adds durability
  • Strategic ankle padding prevents debris from getting in
  • Shock-absorbing EVA midsole and shank plate bolster support
  • Vibram rubber outsole offers superior grip
  • Mini Power Strap closure locks down heel with 360-degree hold

Tech Specs
Upper Materialnubuck leather
LiningGORE-TEX Performance Comfort
Cleat Compatibility2-bolt
Manufacturer Warranty1 year
Activitymountain biking


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: 5

Great gravel and winter biking shoes

I've put it through the wringer

I've used these biking shoes almost daily from the fall, through the rain and into the winter biking season in Minnesota. They hold up great, keep me dry and don't squeak too much when walking on the floor of my building. They are actually pretty comfortable too and I even wore them for a professional presentation and they were not too obvious. I use them a lot and I'm really happy with the design. I've torn up many boots and will probably do the same with these, but for now, they're doing great after 3 months of abuse.

>Rating: 5

Very versatile!

I've used it several times

I've now used these for road/gravel riding with significant hike-a-bike sections through rough terrain, as well as hiking and snowshoeing in below freezing temps. Pleasantly surprised at how versatile they are, my feet stay dry (except for the 4hrs showshoeing in 2-3ft of backcountry snow) and warm, and the grip and stability is as good as any hiker I've worn previously.

>Rating: 5

Great shoes

I've used it several times

These shoes rock! Great for cold weather biking, bike packing, days biking/hiking with children and for riding to the store to do shopping. The feel is very similar to mid weight hiking boots. I've used them on both Mt. Bikes and Road bikes condition dependent.

>Rating: 5

My favorite commuting upgrade ever

True to size
Size Bought
6` 0"
210 lbs

I bought these in December after my first few rides in Salt Lake's slush and snow on my commuter bike. I wore my Shimano MTB race shoes with shoe covers and they were awful and freezing. I bought these and have had them completely covered in snow and slush for months and my feet are always warm and dry. I've never once had wet feet from slush. Fit wise, they're true to size. I ordered a 43, same size as my race shoes, and the toe box has way more room than the race shoes. They feel a little loose in thin cycling socks. In thicker cotton or cotton/wool socks they're amazing. When I dress a little more business casually, I wear these around the office. I've also just kept them on for yard work. Great boot for whatever! I love walking in these. I take the train to work so having something comfortable to walk around in, whether on pavement or snow & ice, these are fantastic. Outside of fenders and lights, these make my daily commute amazing. Now that it's getting into the 70s, these aren't hot by any means, but I'm getting a vented shoe that still has a flexible sole.

>Rating: 5

A Bike Shoe to Conquer the Elements

I've used it several times
Runs large

Fantastic shoe for all those all day backcountry epics that include a fair amount of hike-a-bike! Feels like a proper hiking boot when walking but without being overly clunky when clipped in. My last pair of Shimano bike shoes lasted many years and these seem like they are built to last as well. Had to get a size smaller than my last pair of Shimano bike shoes (different model). Also having the waterproof gore-tex is a huge plus. Can't wait to take these shoes out bike packing!


some reviews say that shimano changed sizing in (at least) this boots. can someone provide a insole lenghts for sizes 46/47/48?