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Shimano SH-MW80 Shoes

Shimano SH-MW80 Shoes

Model # (SH-MW80)
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$229.99
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Shimano SH-MW80 Shoes

Keep the harsh winter weather at bay with Shimano's rugged SH-MW80 Shoes. The Gore-Tex liners, neoprene uppers and high-top design all work together to keep your feet warm, dry and comfortable. Plus, they feature hook-and-loop closures for a custom fit as well as reflective strips for visibility and rugged soles for traction in the mud and snow. No matter the conditions, it's always a fine day for a ride!

 
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    40 00689228256187 MW8040
    41 00689228256194 MW8041
    42 00689228256200 MW8042 1606
    43 00689228256217 MW8043
    44 00689228256224 MW8044
    45 00689228256231 MW8045
    46 00689228256248 MW8046
    47 00689228256255 MW8047
    48 00689228256262 MW8048
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    Pros

    • Durable sole 
    • Simple to use 
    • Sub zero warm 

    Cons

    • Not for rain 
    • No ventilation 

    Best Uses

    • Everyday riding 
    • Good for commuting 
    • Long-distance riding 

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    SH-MW80 are not a rain boot

    By alw

    from Seattle WA

    About Me Avid Cyclist

    Pros

    • Simple to Use
    • Durable Sole
    • Sub Zero Warm

    Cons

    • No ventilation
    • Not for Rain

    Best Uses

    • Everyday riding
    • Commuter shoes
    • Long-distance riding

    Comments:

    I bought these to ride in the rain and they failed. I tried pants over the shoes, socks tucked inside the boot and still my feet were soaked. It takes a week for them to dry out because they are insulated in layers. They are a great sub-zero boot...just not in the rain. I am back to rubber overbooties in the rain.

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