Time for new shoes

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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by carlislegeorge

yeagermeister wrote:Went from s-works which I was happy with to north-wave extreme tech and the are great. Upper is very comfortable, pretty light to and the standard extremes are lighter

+1 for this switch

I did the same thing, but also used the Spesh varus wedge in one shoe to even everything out after experiencing some foot edge pressure/pain at the end of Seagull Century.
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by skiezo

I really like my Lake CX330 with the Boa system.
I have a wide foot/hi in step. These shoes have been great for me.
Spec. shoes also fit wider feet as well as the shimano brand.
Since riding with the BOA system I will not go back to straps. I also put in some insoles made for ski boots. They give great support to my arches.

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