Cold, wet feet can take the fun out of a ride in a hurry, especially if you're way out in the woods with miles of snow between you and home. Lake has you covered especially if your shoes run on the wider side of things. It started with the MXZ303 winter biking boot, but honestly, it's overkill for most of us unless you're doing some very serious, very cold snow biking. For most of us, the MX145-X Cycling Shoe - Wide will do very nicely. The MX145 starts with the MX Sport Last featuring a larger, roomier toe-box than its Comfort last, providing increased foot control through the heel and forefoot. Its resulting fit is designed for aggressive riding while retaining all-day comfort. Ideal for commuting, bikepacking, and mountain bikes who are in cycling shoes for long periods of time. Combined with the Hypergrip Enduro Sole with Ice Lock anti-slip lug inserts, the shoes have the stiffness to put power to the pedals and offer loads of traction off the bike as well. The uppers are a highly water-resistant waxed canvas and leather, and Lake employs a waterproof membrane to seal out the elements. The dual IP1 Boa closures have been quickly adopted by the professional ranks due to the fact that it offers easy fine-tuning, and it stays tight throughout your entire ride. And since you're able to independently adjust the tension on the forefoot and the heel, you can lock down your heel, without having to over-tighten the rest of the shoe. And as you probably know, that means better blood flow and greater comfort.
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Lake MX145-X Wide Cycling Shoe - Men's
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