http://www.competitivecyclist.com/Store ... q=bont&s=u
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Parlee Z5 XL (6055g/13.32lbs) Trek Madone 5.9 (7052-7500g)Jonesman Columbus Spirit (8680g)
Chase your dreams - it's only impossible until it's done
I NEED to have it fixed by saturday as my state championship race is on sunday. terrible timing, just my luck
I will be returning a pair of Giro Factor's that Giro claims weigh 240gr, while the real world weight is 290gr...
Zigmeister wrote:So my size is 275mm L, 114mm W
On Bont's website it says..."contact us for custom size"????
Hmmm..used the online store tool, it works...I guess maybe it is broke on the other portion..haha
Make sure you pick a shoe that comes in wide on the fitting wizard. 275mm x 114mm is a 10.5 wide US/44.5 Wide Euro
For what its worth at 275mm long the following are the widths:
92 and smaller = Contact us for custom size
93-97 = Narrow
98-109 = Standard
110-114 = Wide
115-119 = Double width
120+ = contact us for custom size
Anyone heard of the double width before???
boysa wrote:Not to change the subject, but has anyone else noticed they can't place the cleats far enough forward? I have them maxed out, but it's still putting the cleat farther under my foot than my previous shoes. I haven't put any miles on them yet, mostly because I'm in the middle of some targeted events, but plan on giving them a go in a few weeks.
I had a similar problem but more related to feeling the cleats with a wider Q factor than other shoes with same cleat brand.
I even spoke directly to Bont guys at Eurobike but they said it was a first time for them.
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