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Lake's MX200 Shoes combine a stealthy all-black look with a straightforward design and durable, no-fuss features. This translates to you spending less time adjusting your shoes, and more time outside pedaling your bike.

Lake constructed the uppers of its CX200 shoes with its Action Leather. This material combines split leather with a polyurethane surface treatment. With this blend, you receive the comfort and breathability that you expect from leather shoes, along with the added benefit of a long-lasting, treated surface. The polyurethane surface coating increases water-resistance and durability, while also reducing shoe stretch. Mesh panels surround the opening and tongue, further enhancing moisture transfer and breathability. This means that your feet stay cool and ventilated, even on hot days.

Two standard hook-and-loop lower straps control volume, and a ratcheting-buckle top strap provides plenty of retention. Together, the three straps evenly distribute pressure and securely hold your foot in place. Lake's Race sole provides you with a stiff, durable pedaling platform, and the Mountain Race X rubber outsole delivers grippy, non-marking traction. Perforated removable insoles let you swap in your orthotics, and reflective Lake logos increase your visibility to motorists in low-light riding conditions.

The Lake MX200 Shoes are available in the color Black in whole sizes from 39.0 to 50.0.

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just OK, look elswhere

    have an older pair of Lake shoes that are wide feeling, stiff and great pedaling for xc riding.

    bought these and found all of the vents make the shoes wiggly and not supportive. don't pedal all that well on single track. the ratchet buckle keeps losing up under hard pedaling - this is just not acceptable.