Alleviating the torturous routine of squeezing your wider feet into standard cycling shoes, the Lake Men's MX237 Mountain Bike Shoe accommodates bigger feet on the trail with their widened shape. Bumping out the width of the shoe by as much as 15mm, the MX237 alleviates the tingly sensation and pressure points caused by wearing overly tight shoes. The MX237 carries many of Lake's best technologies for unrelenting speed and foot-conforming comfort when you're slaloming down twisty singletrack and dissecting punishing lines on the trail. Smooth and supple, the full grain leather upper conforms to your feet over time, much like your favorite slippers. Perforated holes exhaust heat as your ride in warmer conditions. Another stand-out feature is the dual Boa closure, which independently tightens the forefoot and heel to alleviate heel lift without cramping your toes. Elevating you atop the podium of your local race series, the Competition last and Race carbon fiber sole transfer every watt of available power into forward momentum. By directing power output through the ball of your foot to the pedals, the MX237 creates a highly efficient platform that minimizes wasted energy during racing and training. And for instances where hike-a-bike is necessary, molded rubber lugs deliver aggressive traction across slick rocks, roots, and muddy trails.
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Lake MX237 Wide Cycling Shoe - Men's
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