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Wide shoes, size 14, casual look, do they exist?

Old 07-30-19, 10:28 AM
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Wide shoes, size 14, casual look, do they exist?

For commuting I've tried to use a pair of Pearl Izumi casual spd shoes and they just aren't wide enough. 15 years ago I had a pair of Lake's that were great but wore out, now it looks like the cheapest Lakes are $300! Can anyone recommend a shoes that looks like a tennis shoe/casual shoe/etc (not hard plastic cleat MTB shoes) that take SPD cleats and come in size 14 with a wide toe box?

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Old 07-31-19, 04:10 AM
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Are you really wide footed or just an in betweener like me? I have Giro Riddance flat sole shoes that go up ta a EU50. They make an SPD version with the same look.

As for Lake shoes, I really like them and have a moldable road pair. Perhaps look around some Euro shops, or even over here in Oz. The top models can usually be found for a little over $AU300 on special and all other models for a lot less
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I havenít used them, but maybe the Giro Rumble VR or Shimano CT5. I have found Shimano shoes have a roomy fit.
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Old 08-11-19, 09:04 PM
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I ended up with Lake MX218-X in 48. I'm really happy with them.
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I'll second the Shimano CT5, I run a size 13-15 (depending on fitment) and their 48 fits my feet great.
And as a plus, they look good too!
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