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  • Shimano MT71 MTB SPD Shoes 2014
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Shimano MT71 MTB SPD Shoes

Features:

  • Trail and adventure off-road SPD shoe with Gore-Tex upper
  • Weatherproof Gore-Tex liner helps keeps the elements out, yet still allows the foot to breath to improve comfort
  • Complete seam-sealed construction for optimal weather protection
  • Grippy, durable and light weight Vibram sole with recessed cleat design enables easy walking with excellent traction off the bike
  • Gusseted tongue helps to prevent water, dust, gravel, and other foreign objects from getting inside the shoe
  • Strap and Lace up closure system for a snug and comfortable fit
  • Reflective detailing on the heel help keep you more visible in low light conditions
  • Weight: 952 g for a pair of size 40

Buy Shimano Footwear from Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online bicycle store.

  • Colour: Brown - Black
  • ShoesSize: EU 47, EU 41, EU 42, EU 40, EU 48, EU 45, EU 46, EU 43, EU 44
  • Gender: Male
  • AgeGroup: Adult
 
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 20 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Suprisingly light, spacious, sizing needs careful thought I bought these to replace a pair of (not waterproof) Carnac boots I've had for years, I went with the Shimano MT71s as my wife has a pair of the MT70s (their predecessor# which have lasted her for years, and she loves them. It also helped that I got them during a 10% off Shimano promotion making the price even better! I was pleasantly surprised at how light they felt compared to their looks, if that makes any sense. They look heavier than they are. I have no issue with 'traditional' laces #as opposed to dials, or toggles# because at least it looks a bit more like a normal shoe when you stop at a cafe, or walk round the shops, rather than looking like you need 'special' shoes with velcro. I last had those when I was 4 years old, before I could tie my own shoe laces! The velcro strap on the MT71s traps the laces nicely and adds a bit more tension around the ankle to really hold your foot into the heel cup, which is all important for a cycling shoe. The biggest issue and cause of trepidation when buying bike shoes from an online store is sizing, I trawled many, many reviews to try and find accurate sizing information, and lots of people state smaller or larger but don't actually give any numbers! I went to a physical bike shop, and cheekily tried their shoes to get sizing information in order to buy online. I tried on the MT34s #which were the same price as the GoreTex lined MT71s from Chain Reaction, hence my online purchase# I don't think there's a hard and fast rule like "go 2 sizes larger" as it's down to personal feel and foot shape, but here is as definitive as I can be regarding sizing: My foot measures 27.4 cm from heel to toe and 11cm wide at the widest point between big toe and little toe joints. These are measured WHEN STANDING, remember your foot spreads when load is applied (i.e. when you stand up or push on a pedal). I would normally wear an EU42. I like to wear a slightly padded sock for cycling (Polaris Merino socks are great!). I found that the 42 in Shimano was too small; not enough length and far too tight. I tried a 43 and found that they were fine for length and were great with a thinner sock, but I found there wasn't enough movement in the toe box for my liking with a thicker sock, I couldn't loosen them enough for it to be comfortable over the top of my foot without them being just on the verge of slipping off. I think they would have become uncomfortable after riding for a while. I tried a 44 and found that the shoe was just a touch wider in the right places and didn't feel tight anywhere. Even when trying them on with a thin 'business' sock I found that there was enough adjustment to be able to tighten the laces up, so they weren't too loose, but felt very comfortable and easy to walk around like a casual shoe. A thicker sock is just as comfortable. I eventually bought the MT71s in a size 44 and found them to be just right for my feet. I hope this was helpful. 22 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great touring or mtn biking shoe Bought a pair last year to replace worn out Lakes. Used for lots of mtn biking and extensive touring in everything from snow in New Zealand to 35C touring in Italy. Now 12 months old and still watertight and look in good condition. Last week hiked up to 2800m in them as well. Not as stiff in the upper as a mtn bike race shoe but definitely well made and all purpose. If you want one shoe for everything touring that's still a good overall mtn bike shoe it's hard to go past. 20 July 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by calzata vicina alle sidi che di norma uso prodotto eccellente scarpe molto buone in pedalata oltrechè per camminare , raccomando sceglire un numero in più 24 June 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Flimsy and poor quality The upper on this shoe is like paper. Mine warped after a few month's wear. The 'protective' toe comes away with the lightest scrape. These shoes may look durable but they are possibly the flimsiest shoes I have ever worn. They are not even adequate for commuting let alone trail or adventure. They may be waterproof but they are shockingly bad quality for the price. 09 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by SHIMANO MT71 COMODISSIME ED IMPERMEABILI, DA PROVARE CON IL FANGO, LE HO LAVATE CON L'IDROPULITRICE E SON TORNATE NUOVE. 14 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nice Fitting The size of the shoe is exactly what I always wear. They are comfortable too. 14 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by great shoes!!! I love these shoes!! They are warm, comfortable and they look great (more trekking then biking, that's good!) I usually wear size 43, I purchased 44 and they fit perfectly Thank you CRC for the great stuff you sell!! 03 April 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great shoe! - small sizes! Just bought this shoe and it´s a great shoe! But beware of size! I´m normally size 42 but had to get a size 44! 28 March 2014
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calzata della scarpa

hello,
I wanted to know about the fit of the shoe, that is, if it's ok the size I usually wear or, as in the case of shoes of other houses (such as Nike) it is advisable to take one size up.
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Le scarpe Shimano hanno una calzata stretta. Per cui è consigliabile prendere una misura superiore rispetto al numero che utilizza solitamente.
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I wear 43 and I purchased 44, it fits perfectly especially if wearing winter socks
I have anoter pair of Shimano, I purchased 43 and they give me pain when cycling more then 1 hour
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Ho queste scarpa.
Normalemente prendo 42, ma devo avere 43 con calza sottili o 44 con utilizare calze spesse.
Spero che questo aiuta, scuse per mio italiano! Grazie.
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Really you can use any MTB pedal you want to.
The higher the price tag the better the pedal will get.

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Buy XT spd pedals
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Shimano Click'r Pedals

I know you've mentioned that these shoes work with pretty much all MTB pedals. But I am interested in getting the Click'r pedals and they seem to have specific shoes marketed with them.
Will these shoes fit with Click'r pedals
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Yes, the Click'R pedals still work fine with all regular 2-bolt SPD shoes (including these MT71). They have shoes marketed alongside them which compliment their style (to provide the more casual commuter look), but regular shoes still work fine.
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In short YES.
For a more detailed answer see below:

The MT71s (I have a pair myself) will take a two-bolt MTB cleat.

The Click'R pedal can be used with the same cleats as other Shimano MTB pedals, either the SM-SH56, SM-SH51 or the Wellgo CL98A cleats.
THE PEDALS WILL COME WITH SM-SH56 CLEATS.

The difference between the cleats is that the '51s are 'standard' cleats that will only release when the heel is twisted horizontally outwards #away from the bike#, whereas the '56s are 'multi directional' and will release with a twist outward or inward anywhere from horizontal to diagonally upward. They are designed to be used by those either new to clipess pedals or those that don't need the extra security of the '51s.
If you are going to be on bumpy trails, the '56s may release unexpectedly.
The wellgo cleats are a cheaper aftermarket version of the '51s.

I recently rode a bike with ClickRs on it, and as an experienced user of regular M520s I found the retention to be way too light. I would advocate a pair of the M520s in Silver #to get the reflector platforms# and simply wind the retention spring back to start with, and as you get more confident #if that's the issue# gradually wind it on.

I hope this was helpful.
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