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SidiWire 2 Carbon Cycling Shoe - Men's
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Love these shoes
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: 42.0
The fit on these shoes is classic SIDI. It's a SMIDGE tighter on the whole and the toebox than my 2011 Sidi Dominator 5 MTB style shoes, but on the whole trying them on one after the other its barely noticeable..
The tecno 3 system is awesome, puttting them on and taking them off is a snap and I love the strap across the top paired with the wires for the main area fit wise. Though I do wish you could microadjust tighter and not just loser; it really wasnt an issue.. Usually as a i ride I end up needing to tighten a bit on my old shoes, but that wasnt the case with these.. just supremely comfortable.
My very first ride with them was a 50 mile trek with 2000 ft of climbing, and having suffered from achilles injuries on both sides i loved the adjustable heel retention which i tightened a smidge and didnt agitate my achilles area at all.
I love the stiffness of the sole and the venting. It's just enough for me and I'm someone who's always warm and the ride went from 70F to 94F as the day went on.. one of my vents would not open so they are exchanging them out for me which shoes the commitment to customer service IMHO.
Sizing Varies Wildly from Previous Sidi
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: Runs large
- Size Bought: 48
Really disappointed. I had previously owned a pair of sidi wire shoes, which I’ve loved and put upwards of 10,000 miles on. When it came time to purchase a new pair, I didn’t think twice about opting for another pair of the latest Sidi wire shoes. This time, i took the opportunity to try the lates technology, in the form of the “Wire 2.” The Wire 2 has relocated the BOA dials to be directly on top of the show, which precludes the wearer from being able to tighten the shoe any further than the width of the BOA dial, which leaves the shoes a bit too loose for my taste, or from what I have been accustomed with my previous shoe. Additionally, I had taken for granted that the sizing from one Sidi shoe to the next would be identical, and this simply has not been the case. The Wire 2 seems to run at least a size or possibly two sizes larger than my previous shoe. I had the shoes for more than 30 days before I rode with them, and thus, they are no longer returnable. So, I am unfortunately stuck with a pair of $400 shoes that are too big, despite being marked as a new incarnation of the same model I had previously owned. My advice to prospective buyers would be to absolutely try your shoes on in the home before mounting cleats or using outside. You might also consider ordering your traditional size in addition to a size down, for comparison’s sake, and then returning one or both if you are not satisfied.