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Dominator 10 Cycling Shoe - Men's

3.4 out of 5 stars
5 Reviews

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Dominator 10 Cycling Shoe - Men's


  • Sidi's coveted MTB kicks get a makeover in their newest iteration
  • Microtech microfiber uppers are light, durable, and water-resistant
  • New Soft Instep 4 closure system reduces foot-numbing pressure
  • Two Tecno 3 dials enable micro-adjustments for dialing a flawless fit
  • Secure your foot in place with help from reinforced heel cup
  • Don't waste your efforts on flex with MTB RS17 nylon composite sole
  • Aggressive lugs improve grip for off-bike efforts
  • Runs large, so we recommend sizing down for ideal fit
  • Item #SIDZ109
Upper Material
Microtech Microfiber
Soft Instep 4, Tecno3 boas
MTB RS17 nylon composite
Cleat Compatibility
2-bolt mountain
Claimed Weight
[single, size 45] 13.3oz
cross-country, trail
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year for full-price items

Overall Rating

3.5 based on 5 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 0 reviews
2 Stars - 2 reviews
3 Stars - 1 reviews
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5 Stars - 2 reviews

Fits Slightly Large

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2 out of 5 stars

September 30, 2023

good shoe with a dangerous feature

I returned this product before using it
Size Bought:
5' 10"

I ordered this pair because Sidi shoes have always fit me well. I currently have a Sidi Ergo 5 Mega road shoe, which features Sidi's proprietary Dial mechanism with a Red Button. I don't find Sidi's system as convenient as the BOA system for adjusting the shoe while you're riding, but I have learned to live with it. The BOA system allows you the micro adjust simply be spinning the Dial mechanism, whereas the Sidi system requires several steps - you need to press the Red Button, which releases a Lever, you are then able to spin the Dial with the Lever to micro adjust. After the adjustment, you need to push the Lever back down into its original position. This multi-step operation is a nuisance, but as I said, I have learned to live it. However, on the Dominator 10, Sidi's Dial system is slightly different. It lacks the Red Button, which lifts the Lever needed to make the adjustments. On this shoe, you must lift the Lever by prying your finger underneath a tiny indentation on the Lever, and then spin the Dial with the Lever. This would not be an issue when you first put on the shoe at home, but making an adjustment while riding is a bit challenging if you're wearing half-finger gloves, and impossible if you're wearing full-finger gloves. There is no way you are going to get a finger under the tiny indentation to lift the Lever with full finger gloves. And if you're doing a gravel ride, you are usually focused / concentrating on the terrain ahead. And even if you're wearing half-finger gloves, it's still difficult, because you have to determine where the position of the indentation is on the round Lever / Dial. All this is very difficult to do if you're on a challenging terrain - you're not going to take your eyes off the road to look down at the shoe. I'm guessing Sidi eliminated the Red Button for cost-saving purposes, but IMHO, it's the wrong place to save costs. For safety, anyone would pay a couple of dollars more, and this is not an entry level shoe. Sorry for this long-winded review, and I hope it was not too confusing, but if you decide to purchase this shoe despite my review, you will most likely come to understand my concern about this shoe, and I hope you stay safe. Caveat: If you never have to make adjustments to the shoe while riding, you should not have a problem.

hsb4734426 h
5 out of 5 stars

April 29, 2023

Sidi quality

I've used it several times

Sidis have been my go to road and mtb shoes for over 25 yrs. Great fit and comfortable right out of the box. The double boa closure system allows for a perfect fit

rare95136697 r
2 out of 5 stars

April 12, 2023

Terrible for walking

I returned this product before using it
Size Bought:

These shoes might be great for riding, but I found them nearly impossible to walk in. The heel of the shoe is so narrow that my ankles were rolling outward when I tried to walk in them. This was on the carpet in my house. I can't imagine how bad it would be trying to walk on uneven ground with them (these are mountain bike shoes). They are a sprained (or broken) ankle waiting to happen. I'm returning them.

John C
5 out of 5 stars

February 1, 2022

Better than S-Works Recon

Size Bought:
5' 10"

S-Works Recon kinda disappointed me right out of the box. Dug into my ankles, tongue pinched the top of my foot, boa dial pressing on a tendon, very stiff and cheap feeling uppers, and just never felt "right" even after about 1500 miles. Sooo& Found these on sale and figured I'd try them. WOW. Very very comfortable. Nothing pinching. No cutting into the ankles. Much softer than the Recons, and they just kinda "fit". I'm a already sold on them, they feel that good. Oh, and only 11G heavier than the S-Works.

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Mark W
3 out of 5 stars

October 30, 2020

Great shoe to take your bike for a walk

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
5' 10"

Better walking than distance cycling shoe. Much, much softer than I am used to from Sidi's other top end road and Mt. biking shoes (I love my Shot-Vent road shoes), all of which are pretty stiff to start with, but you really appreciate how well they fit and how well a stiff sole serves you after 75+ miles. These have significantly softer soles, so you feel the cleat/pedal after 20 miles or so. The uppers are also much softer and more compliant. I think if I were mixing a fair amount of runing and walking with my riding, I'd probably appreciate those qualities more.

Stephan D