EMTB clipless shoes

MateNako

New Member
Aug 23, 2023
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Poland
Hey guys!

I'm looking for a new set of "enduro" shoes.
Currently I use Shimano SH-AM503 which are super comfy but the "flat" sole is sometime useless in woods / on trails where I need to push bike a bit through roots, clay or mud.

Do you have any recommendation for nice set of not-so-expensive shoes that would have nice solid thread and still be usable on Mallet-E pedals.

Any recommendation would be much appreciated ❤️
 

Streddaz

Active member
Jul 7, 2022
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Tasmania
I have a pair of Shimano ME7 shoes, it's the second set I have had, and I had the older M200 before that. They are a great shoe with good grip off the bike, the ratchet closure is great and quick and easy to use and since changing from the M200 to the ME7 the sole is a lot more durable.
 

The Hodge

Mystic Meg
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Sep 9, 2020
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North West Northumberland
I have a pair of Shimano ME7 shoes, it's the second set I have had, and I had the older M200 before that. They are a great shoe with good grip off the bike, the ratchet closure is great and quick and easy to use and since changing from the M200 to the ME7 the sole is a lot more durable.
Seconded..the best I've had in near 30 years of riding mountain bikes..
* If we are talking Michelin soles version ..
 

Al-ec

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Mar 4, 2024
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West Wales
Another happy ME7 user here (With Time Atacs). But needed to size up to get a decent fit.
In Winter switch to Specialized Defrosters.
 

steve_sordy

Wedding Crasher
Nov 5, 2018
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Lincolnshire, UK
I like the look of the ME7. I like the fold over flap holding the laces. I have been looking for the flat pedal equivalent with the same features, but can't find it. All sorts of Shimano flats, but not an ME7 lookey-likey. Anyone out there got one? Link please. :)
 

MateNako

New Member
Aug 23, 2023
22
6
Poland
nw shoes with the ankle protector on the inside. michelin sole is amazing.
Got just that! Northwave Enduro Mid 2.
Will test them next week, with new bike ;)
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2WheelsNot4

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Oct 17, 2021
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BITD shimano winter boots has screw in studs at the front. I havent ridden spd for years and couldnt say if this is still a thing.
But back then they were fantastic for getting grip pushing up muddy slopes.
 

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