Shimano SH-R099 review

  • Price Paid:$95.00
  • User rating:
    (4.4)
  • Would buy again from this company: Yes
  • Used product for: 3 months
  • # of logged workouts: 16

"I have no issue with this shoe at all. It is a good training shoe for me and had I not purchased s pair of Sidi Ergo II Carbon Lites then... Would recommend these for an entry level shoe for the beginner or intermediate rider due to the carbon fiber composite sole."JMMauldwin

(0)

Shoes are very easy to get on and off due to the large velcro closures

(4)

A comfortable, lightweight shoe for performance, fitness or distance cycling. Carbon fiber composite sole, super lightweight and stiff sole for rigidity and efficient power transfer. Anatomical curved last with outstanding fit and improved foot stability. Triple hook and loop straps ensures a secure fit. Stretch resistant upper offers a secure and breathable fit.

(5)

Fit is snug using a velcro tightening systems that secures and seats the foot very well.

(4)

Shoes are comfortable on a trainer. Have yet to hit the open road with them to see how they do on distances. However, I feel that they will perform well as a training shoe.

(5)

Wide velcro closure system that is easily adjustable.

(0)

Pending further evaluation through use.

(5)

I only spent $33.98 on them so I feel that I got a very good deal on a new pair of training shoes!

(3)

They are gray and strike me as about appealing as a pair of black shoes. Not wild about the color for flash anyway.

(0)

UNK

(5)

Thus far on the traininer they perform very well and up to the standards I'd expect for a low dollar shoe.

Shimano brand, solid construction, carbon fiber composite sole, closure system.

Tend to flex more than the Sidi Ergo II Carbon Lite but that is to be expected due to quality and price difference.

Buyers clubSH-R099
  • 1 people use
  • 16 workouts logged
  • 257.32 miles / 14.46 hours logged