|Any experience with Nike Pogio shoes||jc66502|
Jul 16, 2002 7:49 PM
|Just curious. I'm in the market for new shoes and I like the looks of the Nike Pogio. I've had good luck with Nike running shoes (Nike Air Pegasus are about my favorite all time running shoes). I've never really had much experience with their cycling shoes. Any feedback would be appreciated. Thanks.|
|re: Any experience with Nike Pogio shoes||Lone Gunman|
Jul 17, 2002 6:03 AM
|Be aware of the large strap across the instep. Some riders could not get used to it as their pedaling style caused the strap to rub their ankle.|
|re: Any experience with Nike Pogio shoes||JS Haiku Shop|
Jul 17, 2002 9:58 AM
|i'm in the same boat, but haven't tried the Pogio yet. i have a pair of gabuche due cycling shoes that have been through the winter, many rain rides, and some walking at stops in organized rides and slow club runs. though they probably have some life left in them, the mesh area over the toes is coming apart,and the heel tab has worn almost totally away on one and is wearing on the other. i replaced them with sidi genius megas, but the sidis seem to be rubbing on my arches and slipping on my heels. so, i'll send the sidis back to performance and check out the specialized and nike lines this afternoon.
at this time, after one year of hard riding in the gabuche dues (including many centuries, two double metrics, and countless rain and "winter precipitation" rides), i'd not hesitate to buy another pair of nike shoes.