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  • Shimano R088 Road SPD Shoes 2014
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Shimano R088 Road SPD Shoes

  • A fully-featured sports shoe ideal for club racing and recreational use
  • Buckle closure provides a snug fit and the ability for subtle adjustment, and two offset hook and loop straps give added comfort and support without pressure points
  • Fibreglass reinforced nylon outer sole gives an excellent combination of stiffness and compliance for club and sport riders
  • Stretch resistant synthetic fabric ensures a breathable and durable shoe with and excellent fit
  • Air holes in the sole increase ventilation
  • SPD-SL, SPD and Look* cleat compatible
  • Reflective detailing on the heel help keep you more visible in low light conditions
  • Weight: 567 g for a pair of size 40

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  • Colour: White - Black
  • ShoesSize: EU 44, EU 42, EU 43, EU 40, EU 41, EU 39, EU 45, EU 46, EU 47, EU 48
  • Gender: Unisex
  • AgeGroup: Adult
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by value for the price Styled shoes with quality materials, relatively light weight and lots of comfort. Unfortunately undersized. I am L/R 44.5/44 EU sized and ordered EU45 but left foot didn't fit. Asked for a replacement for EU46. 28 July 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great first pair of road shoes—but consider sizing carefully when ordering online These are my first cycling shoes, which I purchased with some Shimano R550 SPD-SL pedals (these shoes will fit either SPD or SPD-SL, but come with yellow SPD-SL cleats). I took them on their first ride yesterday—50 km of mostly flat, hard-packed gravel trail—and they performed very well. They are sturdy, stiff, very adjustable (the ratchet buckle contributes greatly to this), nice-looking, well-ventilated, and fairly comfortable. CRC had them on a great sale (down to $70 with the sale price plus a 10% discount at the time of ordering). These seem like a good shoe, from the perspective of a newbie like myself. I live in Canada and this order (shoes and pedals) got me a sizeable import charge of $48, but this was offset quite a lot by the low price of the products. I am still getting familiar with the terminology, but while riding I quickly started to get what I think is referred to as a "hot spot" just behind the ball of my left foot. While this worked itself out after some time and never got too painful, I believe it was due to the fact that I can't get the ball of my feet positioned directly over the middle of the pedal spindle. For my feet, the cleats don't move quite far enough forward to allow this. I've read that in such cases, a larger shoe can help, and I've yet to really play with the cleat position to see if there's another solution that will eliminate this problem. A note on sizing: ordering shoes online means not being able to try them on, obviously. For this reason, I highly recommend ordering a size up from your normal street shoe size. I didn't want to have to send these back, so I did a lot of reading online before buying, and the consensus seems to be that Shimano shoes fit small; this is definitely true in my case. I usually wear a 10 to 10.5 US sneaker (43 or 44 European sizing), and I ordered a 45 after reading what lots of other people with similar foot sizes said in various online forums. My (larger) right foot is 28cm long and the 45 was big enough to be comfortable. Wearing a thin sock, they feel perfect. However, given the hot spot problem I'm thus far experiencing, I would even consider a 46 for the possibility of a more ideal cleat adjustment. Given the R088's adjustability, you would probably be able to get your foot secure enough in the shoe that the extra room wouldn't be a problem, but I'd consult an expert first. Note that the Shimano men's sizing chart provided on the product page says a size 44 corresponds to a foot length of 28cm; a 44 definitely would not fit my 28cm foot comfortably. I tried on a 44 Shimano shoe a few weeks ago and it was way too small. I hope this helps other people who are agonizing over the size as much as I did! Good luck and happy riding. 27 July 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by good quality and fit these are my first spd road shoes and i love them,a great fit with that ratchet thing,are held nice and snuggley on feet,would highly recommend these over the lower models,which are just all velcro fitting,also get the cleat covers. 09 July 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good first road bike shoe Exceeded my expectations, great in white, very comfortable. Recommend going up a size 9 fits snug, usually take a size 8 26 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Хорошая покупка Покупал в "слепую". Размер стопы 295 см. Если ставлю ногу на лист бумаги А4, то, по самой большой проекции ноги на лист, то зазор на бумаге по краю остается 2 мм. Взял 47" - подошло отлично. Качество изделия на высоте. Смотрятся очень "технологично". Верхний затягивающий карабин очень удобен. Пластик на подошве корябается, если что-то попадает между каблуком и передней клипсой. 22 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fantastic first road shoe First off the shoe looks great if a little shiny. I am using them with 2 bolt SPD cleats which bolted straight on. They are a lot more tricky to walk in than my MTB shoes which I expected but just took them out for a quick blast and they feel fantastic on the bike. I wear a size 10 normally and have normal width feet and size 46 normal fits perfect. I like the ratchet strap it keeps the shoe nice and tight. All in all a brilliant shoe at first glance although I am yet to give them a proper run yet, I can't believe they are sold at such a low price. They look as good, if not better than some of my friends' shoes which cost 2 - 3 times the price. I especially like that you do not need an adapter to use 2 bolt cleats and if I choose to upgrade to Look or SPD SL in the future I do not need to buy another pair of shoes. 16 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Отличные велотуфли Shimano Туфли великолепные. На ноге сидят как нужно, в них очень удобно. До этого велообуви не было поэтому не знал, как в них ходить с прикрученными шипами. Оказалось, что очень даже сносно, не побегаешь, но и хромать не будешь. В подошве вентиляционные отверстия, они совпадают с отверстиями в стельке. Летом это должно спасать ногу. Кстати о стельке, она сменная, форма у неё достаточно анатомична. Мерил туфли в самарском магазине по нереальной цене в шесть с чем-то тысяч рублей. Размер нужно брать на два больше. В общем, туфли достойны всяческих похвал. 07 April 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Decent entry level road shoe I bought a pair of these shoes as a first foray into clipless pedals on my road bike, both for recreational riding and commuting. I can't say I did a huge amount of research beforehand, budget shoes will generally only be from one of about 3 or 4 well-known brands, but these were a bargain from CRC, particularly with a further 10% discount code available at the time. So far, the shoes have performed well. They're well constructed, although the outer material is perhaps a little prone to scuffs, mine now carrying a few marks resulting from the couple of falls I've taken while adjusting to clipless riding! For the price though, it's not a huge issue, this isn't a £300 pair of carbon slippers. The sole is sufficiently stiff for me, by which I mean general road riding. No doubt racers would want a stiffer sole, but I've found these to be comfortable on my usual couple of hour, 30 mile rides. They seem well ventilated, but the time of year means I've yet to try them in warm weather. They come with a pair of Shimano yellow (SH11) cleats, which maybe have a little too much float for my liking, my feet move about on the pedals more than I would have expected, particularly when putting the power down. There's a reasonable range of adjustment on the sole for the cleat positioning too, I did initially get a bit of numbness but shifting the cleats back a bit fixed that. With the cleats attached though, the shoes are surprisingly easy to walk in. Ok, I wouldn't want to have to walk 10 miles after a breakdown in them, but for mooching around the mid-ride café, or walking from the cycle parking to my desk, they're absolutely fine. A final note on fitting, just to echo pretty much all the other reviews here. The sizing does come up a little on the small side, so go a Euro size up from what you'd normally wear in something like a pair of trainers. I usually wear a 45, for instance, and the size 46 Shimano fits very well. The ratchet strap is an added bonus at this price point for getting a comfortable too. 05 March 2014
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SPD 2 bolt cleats

I am currently using SPD pedals but thinking of changing to Look Keo in the near future.

Are these shoes compatible with 2 bolt cleats out of the box or do you need an adapter?

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yes these are spd and spd-sl cleat compatible
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These shoes will be SPD compatible straight out of the box.
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yes thats what im using them with
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im not 100% sure but i would say they would be fine.

but i can tell you that they are perfect with the Shimano M540 Clipless SPD MTB Pedals.
i purchased both these items and very happy indeed with them.
these pedals are just slightly more expensive so might be worth looking at them

FYI i'm size 8 UK and the EUR43 are a perfect fit in this shoe.
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These shoes can be used indoor and outdoor as long as the pedals you´re using are SPD or SPD-SL.
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They are fine for indoor use (there is no "indoor spin shoe") except that, at least in my gym, it is easier to use SPD shoes rather than SPD-SL. R088 work best with SPD SL, though they do have adjustments to allow SPD.
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Are the shoes coming with cleats?

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No; shoes are not supplied with cleats as standard. Cleats are regularly supplied with pedals.
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You can use practically any road shoe with any road pedal. These are not specific.

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