|nike shoe fit||hinaults dog|
Feb 3, 2002 5:19 AM
|shopping for shoes and have found a deal
on nike hautacam does anyone have any experience
of these as regards comfort fit etc
am quite wide footed with a tendency to
Feb 3, 2002 7:23 AM
|In my experience, Nike shoes tend to run small, especially in the toebox. Thet are stiff and remain so even with hard riding. You should try them on before purchasing, or at least make sure you can return/exchange them if you buy online. Good luck.|
|re: nike shoe fit||merckx56|
Feb 3, 2002 8:09 AM
|I really liked the fit of my poggio shoes. the toe box was plenty wide and the were super stiff and freakishly light. the problem was the placement of the top velcro strap. the strap was positioned too high on the top of the shoe and basically bruised the crap out of the tendon on the front of my ankle. went to a pair of hautacams and the strap/buckle combo was situated in the same position and created the same problem. it's actually a common problem among those of us with larger feet (size 46) and a bit wider ankles. i know people with smaller feet and thinner ankles that love the shoes and don't have the complaint.
I went to a pair of shimano r-150s w/the carbon sole and they fit perfectly. pricepoint has 'em for $90.
as for the fit, the nikes are true to your regular shoe size. i wear a 12 in nike sneakers and and 46 in their cycling shoes. shimano builds the soles for nike and sidi does the uppers.
|re: nike shoe fit||kelloggg|
Feb 3, 2002 9:31 AM
|The Poggios do not fit like typical Nike raod shoes. They are significantly wider in the toebox for a given size compared to what Nike normally makes. Take this into account if you are considering the Poggios.|
|re: nike shoe fit||Elefantino|
Feb 3, 2002 10:50 AM
|I agree. Nike, which used to make shoes that narrow-foot people can wear, seems to have made their more current crop similar to Carnacs, which have wide toe boxes and are typically wider overall.
They are the alternative to Sidis (too expensive) and adidas (I scored a killer deal), which are more comfy for narrow-feet people.
|plates of meat||hinaults dog|
Feb 3, 2002 4:07 PM
|am a touch confused do they fit like
poggio ie wide, or are poggio the exception
also have quite large feet and have
experienced top binder problems
before (scott) has anyone else had similar
thanks again john