Sidi Epic MTB Shoes

SKU: SMS-EPC-BKBK-420
Availability: 22 in stock
$119.99 $199.99
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  • Sidi’s warmer weather outdoor, mountain bike shoe.
  • Features Sidi’s own outdoor sole, The outdoor rubber high performance sole has the correct density for variable trial conditions and has been designed to provide excellent grip and to easily expel mud and debris. 4-holes plate for SPD pedals.
  • Lace with Velcro closure.
  • Large heel loop for fast transitions.
  • Politex suede effect upper material that is rip, stretch, and fade resistant.
  • External, reinforced heel cup for superior fit and power transfer; won’t break down over time.
  • Great traditional Sidi quality and construction.
  • Mountain Bike Action says "As soon as we pulled on the Epics, it was clear they were among the most comfortable cycling shoes we had ever walked in." And gave them a 4 Star "Delivers Above Average Value and Performance" review.
 

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Sidi Epic MTB Shoes

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The SIDI MTB EPIC is an excellent shoe for non-serious MTB riding and non-serious road riding. (For those who are serious road or mountain riders, refer to SIDI's shoe line-up for each of these specific activities.). I've been using this model for about a year and the shoe is excellent for riding (Shimano cleat compatible shoes) and getting off the bike to walk lengthy distances on cement or pavement surfaces without the worry of wearing down the soles. As with all SIDI bicycling shoes, the materials and manufacturing are flawless. I also use a few other different SIDI mountain bike shoes (with the sole replacement system) but have to be cautious of walking on extremely hard surfaces as the sole lugs are designed for softer surfaces like gravel and dirt soil. This is not an issue with the EPIC shoe.

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sidi's with sole(& shoelaces)!

i have a pair of sidi's first 'srs' mtb shoes from 2000. i thought that was just what sidi's needed, a replaceable sole. but i came to realize that a sole that's as minuscule as sidi's are, simply doesn't perform. they have no traction in wet conditions, they're loud on hard flooring, and i find it far too easy to roll your heel. so the fact one can replace them is...irrelevant.
but now we have the sidi 'outdoor' sole, on a shoe with ye olde shoelaces. sure i like the micro ratcheting buckles, but it's a mechanism with moving parts that can fail. then you order another, you wait...in the meantime you're a cyclist without functioning footwear. if your laces fail, you get another lace, or paracord, or whatever is laying around, and then you ride...then and there.
and the sole is a true , full sized proper sole. i did remove the velcro strap. i cannot stand velcro. because it fails. cycling footwear needs to be tight, secure. given time, velcro cannot provide tight security. the velcro strap on this shoe is there for reasons i cant surmise. so i removed them, voila! a true shoe!