Sidi - Online - Half Sizes - Where?

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grover
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by grover

Hey Guys,

Can anyone point me in the direction of an online store that ships to Australia and carries Sidi shoes in half sizes? I've tried a 45 and just tip the end, while I'm swimming in a 46, so I must chase down that 45.5. Looking for MTB models, preferably the Action 2 SRS.

Cheers, John.

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Guerdi
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by Guerdi

http://www.comobike.com

They ship worldwide, but alas they are rather slow as they don't have a big stock. Better send an e-mail before ordering.

grover
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by grover

Cheers mate, unfortunately no 45.5 in MTB models. The search continues...

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by the Repeater

It was mentioned on the "Diadora to Sidi sizing" thread that the half sizes are only wider (like Aussi shoes/boots) not bigger.

If you can fit in a 45 without bending your toes (and normally wear a 45.5 shoe size) I'd recommend getting those... they'll stretch a little.


I'm the same size as you and I wish mine were smaller! You could not get Sidi altogether.... I don't think they're that great.
Serious delirium.

grover
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by grover

hmmm, i asked sidi that and they said the half sizes were in fact longer. it's the 'mega' designation that means they're wider. not being able to try on a 45.5 due to no one in australia stocking them i'll have to just bite the bullet.

amos
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by amos

I've been told that for half sizes the sole itself is the same size but the upper is a little longer in the toe.

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Pirahna
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by Pirahna

This lot may be able to help:

http://www.cyclefit.co.uk/sidi.html

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