Good shoes for cycling and walking, wow ,and this price
Fits well, comfortable and good value for money.
Everything about it.
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
Comfortable to wear and excellent value for money.
Hi, Can somone confirm if you really have to cut the bottom of the sole off - if so, how much to take off?
I can see the holes on the soles so looks like you just punch them through.
Bought the 300 road cycling shoes a year ago. Recently, the sewing has come undone and the outer sole has started to detach from the shoes. Would be perfect if it is made more durable.
Comfortable, value for money
Unless we got something wrong here, we seemed to have to cut off the bottom of the shoe with a kitchen knife before being able to fit the cleat. We rang the store in Reading who were happy for us to drive 20 miles back to fit them for us. Maybe this should be offered as an option when you buy them.
Price - very good value shoe
Ridiculously difficult to fit the cleats
Fitted well & at a good price
Good shoe good price
great product good value cant beat it for the price. The cleats should come with the shoes as standard and a clearer understanding of how to fit them. It was very difficult
good shoes good vale
The cleats should come with the product
Thanks for taking the time to review these shoes.
To answer your question regarding cleats, this is because each time you buy a pedal the cleats come with them (as well as the instructions) and there are different cleats on the market (time, shimano, crank brothers...etc...).
If you are fitting standard SPD cleats then this is a link which explains how to fit them: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLSxmaQeEIM
Peter Lazarus UK Cycling Market Manager DECATHLON