Sidi Dominator Fit Mega Shoes - Men's

Sidi Dominator Fit Mega Shoes - Men's
$249.99
Dominator Fit Mega Shoes - Men's by Sidi
Price subject to change | SKU: SID008E

Sidi Dominator Fit Mega Shoes - Men's

Stuffing your oversized feet into regular cycling shoes is akin to wearing a shirt that's two sizes too small, being extremely awkward at best and painfully tight at worst. Alleviating the discomfort of wearing overly tight cycling shoes, the Sidi Men's Dominator Fit Mega Shoe offers cloud-nine comfort and optimal efficiency for riders with plus-sized feet. The shoe's wider design accommodates the higher insteps and wider metatarsals of bigger feet, so you're never pedaling in pain or cramping up your feet on the trail. Wrapping your feet in supple Microfibra Microtech fabric, the Dominator Fit Mega remains highly durable in the face of rock strikes and trail impediments. It's also resistant to outside moisture in the form of shallow stream crossings and soggy trails. The Soft Instep 2 prevents heel lift with its wide, anatomically curved strap evenly distributing pressure across the upper foot and ankle. Offering a micro-adjustable fit, the Caliper buckle system retains security through fast pedaling movements and off-bike scrambles over rocky trails. Harness power into forward locomotion, the Competition sole uses nylon in place of carbon for efficient pedaling, but without the unrelenting stiffness of a dedicated race shoe. Rugged treads grip tenaciously over rough ground and technical trails when you're forced to dismount. Optional toe spike attachments give racers and trail enthusiasts aggressive traction over slick, mud-caked trails and steep uphill sections.

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