Bought 2nd set of shoes . Got the delivery yesterday. This shoes are good for long rides as well since you can walk in case you have to walk if you have a puncture or a bike failure.
Good value for money.
A small modification can be like removing the laces system and replacing with 3 straps of velcro belts would be a great thing.
Got the delivery yesterday. The shoes are good. They are perfect match with the clipless pedals I purchased on decathlon. Very easy to walk since the cleats are inside the sole.
The feel with the pedals is very nice and the Polyamide sole is hard and strong.
I am happy with the shoes.
I would recommend and say it is a value for money cycling shoe
hurt abit after long ride
I use these with 'touring' pedals (clips on one face only) on a road bike. You can set off and cycle without clipping in until you are safely away and ready. These seem like a very good buy. They are comfy and understated, and don't make me look like I'm trying too hard! I can cycle to the shops and walk around, all in the same shoe. The sole also protects the cleats from damage. Very good value. Multi-purpose.
Under the radar when off the bike.
Sizes -they seem small. Buy 1 UK size up.
I'm 54 and I have always been riding in flat-ish trainers; when my latest pair gave up the ghost (including flailing laces getting caught in the chain) I decided it was time to splash out on a pair of proper cycling shoes.
These are just perfect. And for £30 plus postage, significantly cheaper than the bigger cycling brands. The Velcro strap protects the laces and the rigid sole improves my pedalling efficiency. I use these shoes without clip-ins or straps.
My first cycling shoes - very pleased
For £30, decathlon's 300 cycling shoes are excellent value for money. They do what they say on the tin - affordable shoes to clip you onto pedals. They also come with reflective markings, so they will be seen in the dark and are equipped to match up with Shimano SPD cleats, so are compatible with many pedals (I chose the SPDM520).
This is my first ever clipped-in cycling experience, so I cannot compare these to other shoes i have worn. From what I have read, stiff soles are good as they ensure consistent and reliable power delivery to the pedal, and the sole on these shoes is very stiff. They are a good fit in my normal shoe size (9 1/2).
My only gripe was trying to get the cleat cover off with a Stanley knife in order to fit the cleat to attach the shoes to the pedals. Why aren't they made ready for the cleat to be attached out of the box? This moan aside, an excellent pair of shoes at a reasonable price. For anyone looking for a first shoe, I would recommend these.
Comfortable cycling shoes at a good price
Taking off the clear cover with a stanley knife
Great value and not an ugly pair of shoes.
Firm, durable and good for the road
People have said removing the rubber cover is a pain but after scoring the lines a couple of times it is easy to slip the knife under and peel it back neatly. Great fit good support and comfortable for the price this is a great budget shoe would buy again
After getting fed up of the plastic clips on my new bike pedals, I bought these shoes and some Decathlon MTB clipless pedals. They go together great. The shoes are really comfy and don't feel tight or rub. They don't look too much like a road shoe thanks to the recess for the cleats. I can walk in them fine for the 50 yards to our works bike lock up hoops, or around the supermarket on the way home. There's plenty of grip. I was a bit concerned about the instructions to cut away the sole for the cleats, but it was ok in the end. I chose these because they have laces instead of relying on velcro like a lot of shoes. My worry about velcro is that it loses its grip after a lot of open/closes. The laces are strong and very long - I cut mine down to a sensible loop size. This then tucks under the velcro strap. A great shoe for anyone going clipless for the first time.
Laces and reflective patches
Cutting the sole to expose cleat fitting point