Shimano MT33L Bike Shoes - Men's

Shimano MT33L Bike Shoes - Men's

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  • Synthetic leather/nylon mesh uppers are ruggedly built for long wear; breathable mesh aids ventilation
  • Traditional lace-up closures for even tension; shoelace keeper loop keeps shoelaces tucked away from chain
  • Built on a generous last for a roomy and a more accommodating toe box
  • Reinforced toe helps protect the uppers from brush and toe clip abrasion
  • EVA midsoles enhance pedaling efficiency and walking comfort; fiberglass reinforcement enhances rigidity, stability and support
  • Rubber tread pattern delivers walking traction
  • Cleat positioner cap helps introduce first-time-clipless riders to SPD
  • Cleats not included on these Shimano MT33L bike shoes

Shimano MT33L Bike Shoes - Men's

Specification Description
Best use Cycling
Upper Synthetic leather/nylon
Lining Nylon
Footbed EVA
Midsole EVA/Fiberglass-reinforced nylon
Outsole Rubber
Waterproof No
SPD compatible Yes
SPD-SL compatible No
Time compatible Yes
Look compatible No
crankbrothers compatible Yes
Speedplay compatible Yes
Footwear closure Lace-up
Traction tread Yes
Average footwear weight (pair) 1 lb. 11 oz.
Gender Men's

Shimano MT33L Bike Shoes - Men's

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Rated 4.3333/5 based on 21 reviews
Rated 2out of5
by fromterrible if you are thinking about buying this product i suggest you spend more money and get the ones either with velcro or something else with out laces because the loops in the laces will get caught in your sprocket even if you tuck them in they will work their way out.
Date published: 2011-07-08
Rated 3out of5
by fromToo Narrow I purchased these for my first pair of SPD shoes. I tried these on in the store and they felt fine. As soon as I brought them home and started wearing them around the house to break them in, my feet started hurting. They feel very narrow on my feet. And they are super heavy! Nice looking shoe and it looks to be made well, but I wouldn't recommend these shoes for someone with wider feet.
Date published: 2012-11-18
Rated 4out of5
by fromSimple shoe for cycling I bought the shoe specifically for a stiff sole for my spin class that has toe clip pedals. It works perfect for that.
Date published: 2013-02-13
Rated 4out of5
by fromGood value in a basic bike shoe I use these mountain shoes for my road bike touring. The stiff soles do not give me 'hot spots' with the SPD road pedals. A velcro strap would be handy for the loose lace ends.
Date published: 2013-06-05
Rated 4out of5
by fromGood 1st Pair Of MTB Shoes I wanted to evolve from a knuckle dragging, neanderthal, "I don't need no stinking pedal clips" kinda guy to an actual mountain biker. I decided to go with a pair of Shimano M424 pedals and these shoes as my entry into the zen-like world of becoming one with my bike. These shoes offered me the comfort and convenience of a traditional shoe while allowing me to clip in. So far they've been great! The good: Although I had no prior experience with this type of system, I got my shoes and pedals set up in no time and everything felt good right out of the gate. REI can help you with this but I recommend you learn how to set up and adjust your shoes/clips because someday, you will probably want to make adjustments on the trail. I can wear these when commuting and on the trail so I expect to get good use out of them. These shoes have good ventilation, too. The bad: Well, there isn't anything bad but the shoes did feel narrow in the store. I have wide feet and was concerned. I asked people in the store if these would stretch. One person told me these would not stretch and another said they would stretch, slightly, over time. Hmmmmm. As the weather warms and you warm up, your feet will expand. I do not want sore feet on a long ride but I have not experienced any problems yet. Also, I've been told that laces tend to stretch allowing a loss of power transfer. I have not had this happen yet. Overall, I'm happy with these shoes. They look like regular shoes, they are comfortable to walk around in, have good traction and good ventilation. Great for summer! Probably not so great for wet conditions. Keep them clean (use a brush) and they should last a long time.
Date published: 2011-03-25
Rated 4out of5
by fromGreat commuter bike shoe I've had the MT32 which is the predecessor the MT33L for over a year and a half. They have been great shoes for commuting. I ride the train part way into DC then hop on the bike for the last 10 miles. I love the shoes because I can walk around in them with ease and the cleats rarely touch the ground. Being black and pretty subtle for bike shoes I have gotten away with wearing then around the office in a suit. This makes biking across town to a meeting a breeze since I don't neccesarily have to take off my bike shoes when walking into a meeting. I wish the shoes were stiffer for riding but if they were it would be tough to wear around for too long. Also the shoes are holding up really well and they still look great.
Date published: 2011-09-22
Rated 4out of5
by fromVery comfortable cycling shoe I ride once or twice a week and these shoes are really great for me. They are comfortable, look good and easy to walk with. Can be used for road but are rugged enough for mountain biking. I would definitely recommend these to anyone that is in the marker for cycling shoes.
Date published: 2011-11-16
Rated 4out of5
by fromfits narrow I took these out on an mtb ride, and it killed my little toes. They fit good in the store, but once I got out, my feet got jammed in the end on the bike. I bought a 46, and my road bike shoes are shimano and they're a 45 and fit fine which leads my to believe this particular model may run a bit narrow. That being said, I think it would probably be a really good shoe if it fit me well. Seemed to be sturdy and well ventilated, and the price was certainly right. Bummed I have to take these back.
Date published: 2011-11-23

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