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Lake MX170 Bike Shoe - Women's

Maybe you should get out on some solo rides.

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Average Product Reviews Average Rating 3 Stars (1 Review)

Lake MX170 Bike Shoe - Women's:

Your riding has progressed to the point where you spend the majority of your time waiting for the folks that you're riding with. It's time to slide into some gear that can keep up with you. The innovative Lake Women's MX170 Mountain Bike Shoe features the BOA lacing system for a perfect fit every time. It's also quick and convenient enough that you'll have time to slip your shoes off and practice a little yoga before the next rider appears around the corner.

  • Leather and mesh upper for durability and ventilation
  • Lake Mountain Race X outsole with Mudstuds for added traction
  • Heel-mounted BOA closure for easy entry/exit and tight, secure fit
  • Padded collar for comfortable ankles on longer rides
  • Rubber anti-stub toe cap gives you protection on rocky terrain

Features:

Upper Material:
action leather, mesh
Cleat Compatibility:
2-hole MTB
Sole:
fiberglass-reinforced nylon
Tread:
yes, removable toe spikes
Closure:
boa lacing system
Recommended Use:
mountain biking, commuting, touring
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

Sizing Chart:

Lake

Cycling Footwear
US Men EU US Women
3.5 35 5-5.5
4 36 5.5
4.5 37 6
5 37.5 6.5
5-5.5 38 6.5-7
5.5 38.5 7
5.5-6 39 7.7.5
6 39.5 7.5-8
6.5 40 8
7 40.5 8.5
7.5 41 9
7.5-8 41.5 9.5
8-8.5 42 10
8.5-9 42.5 10-10.5
9 43 10.5-11
9.5 43.5
10 44
10.5 44.5
10.5-11 45
11-11.5 45.5
11.5-1246
12-12.546.5
12.547
13.548
1550

More Photos:

Black/Blue, 38.5
Black/Silver, 41.5

Reviews:

Rating for this product: 3

Scott Pendleton (8)
November 19, 2011

Good shoe hampered by weird glitch

First, the weird/bad: So my girlfriend got this in 37.5, and strangely enough the plate to mount the cleats could not slide all the way forward in the groove. I took the shoe apart, and there are two little nubs on the sole preventing the cleat mounting plate from moving more than 1/4" from the back of the grooves. With some needle nose pliers and a knife I managed to remove the little plastic nubs (on the inside of the sole, under the footbed) and then the plate could slide forward. But until I did that, the cleats couldn't be put anywhere close to under the ball of the foot. It was weird; I'm wondering if this is just for very small sizes? The sole is clearly the road shoe sole (has the three holes for a road cleat plugged, it was the mount for the front plug that was blocking the cleat mount plate movement) with tread added. Anyway, once I fixed that for her so she could put her cleat in a reasonable place, she loved the shoe. I also have the MX170 in men's and I love it. It's comfortable; the BOA closure is awesome in that it's easy to adjust, stays put, and just feels better than straps/buckles; the sole is rugged with good traction and stiff enough to ride well. There have been complaints that it doesn't breathe well, but I guess I'm just not expecting that out of a shoe (and I live in SoCal, even). All in all, I like the shoe, just watch out for small sizes. Also, the women's version doesn't have removable toe spikes whereas the men's does; the women's version just has non-attachable rubber cleats there.