I’ve started wearing insoles in my cycling shoes, which has led to the realisation that these are too small.
They are wonderful shows. The upper is very soft and almost slipper like, and the sole is carbon reinforced with replaceable rubber bits. I replaced the pieces on the sole very recently.
They were expensive and are in full working order so looking for £90>£85 collected from E17. Can post at cost.
What UK size are you? SIDI 45 sizing corresponds to UK 9 right?
The Sidi website says eu45 corresponds to UK 9.9. @lazysuperhero
Thanks. Ah too risky, i'm a size 10 so these will likely be too snug :(
This size guide says they are 10–10.5: https://www.sportpursuit.com/sidi-size-guide ??
IME they are fit me as a 10.5 without footbeds.
Hmm, i am so confused now cos the chart in that link conflicts with the actual sidi site ... hmmm let me peep more around online and try get confirmation.
Call this a dibs pending a little think, i wonder if it might be poss to give them a try before potentially going for it?
Fwiw I ordered some Sidi’s for the first time recently and followed the ‘sidi recommended’ sizing-up…they were a size too big and had to return..
Just for some reference I have dragon’s. I’m a size 9 in any other shoe and I need a size 44 eu in these. Obviously we all have different feet but a size 10 should in theory be a 45. That being said, these sidi’s are definitely a narrow fit so depending on the “type” of your feet it can either be a pretty normal or a rather “tight” fitting 10. Best to try before you buy, if you can. Great shoes if you get the right size though :)
They will probably be perfect.
I am a size 9 a wear the same model of sidis daily in 44 - they are nice as they have enough carbon to make them ‘stiff enough’ but not so much your feet hurt after a full day riding.
Bin the sidi insoles instantly and put something better in though.
You can try them on if you like.
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