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    10 Reviews


    The dominant Dominator, updated.

    The Sidi Dominators have, well, dominated the high-end mountain bike shoe market for an awfully long time, and it’s not just because they look great. The original Dominators were comfortable, fit a lot of people really well (average to narrow-feet, mostly), and didn’t mind being ridden hard and put away wet. One thing they weren’t great at, though, was offering any kind of grip when walking or hiking.

    A couple years ago, Sidi revamped the original Dominators, naming the revision the Dominator Fit. Sidi’s focus in this revision was cyclocross, a discipline that demands an awful lot of shoes. A good ‘cross shoe has to withstand power pedaling, run-ups, mud, sand, and everything in between. The biggest change in the transition to the Fit nomenclature is the sole — the rubber’s a softer durometer now, so when you try to walk over boulders, it won’t look like a colt’s first tentative steps.

    • Caliper Buckle and hook-and-loop closure
    • Two-bolt MTB cleat compatibility
    • Technomicro uppers
    • MTB Competition Sole
    • Item #SID005G

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    Soft instep Closure System with Caliper Buckle
    nylon composite
    Cleat Compatibility
    two-hole mountain
    Recommended Use
    mountain biking, cyclocross
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Dad's Go-To

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    I got these for my pops to replace his old beat-up Sidi's , and he has no complaints. He is an avid cross-country mountain biker, and these have been the perfect shoe for him to stand up to the continual use and abuse.
    In regards to fit, he says Sidi has always been the best for his more narrow foot. Tight comfortable fit that guarantees no sloshing around, and easy to ratchet down.
    This is his second (maybe third?) pair of the Dominator 5s, with how highly he speaks of them I'm not sure he'll ever make the switch to another pair!

    Great Fit

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 44 regular

    This is my second pair of Sidi mountain bike shoes. I really like the fit and performance of these shoes and will buy another pair in 10 or so years. The adjustable caliper buckle tab on the inside of the shoe occasionally catches on the crank arm. The inner buckle tab seems to stick out a little too much and during rough terrain riding. The crank and shoe should smoothly slide against each other without catching under any condition.

    Best Cycling Shoes... Period!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 43

    I bought my first pair of Dominator 2's in 1999. Couldn't have imagined a better shoe. Honestly, can't remember exactly which Shimano pedal I was running then on my Landshark MB. Tried to beat the hell out of them for several years and then moved to egg beaters about 7 years ago. Perfect combo for me, and I run them on mountain and cross bikes. Commute on my cross bike too. Recently moved on the Dominator 5 Fit. Still the most comfortable shoe for me. I've watched many brands and styles come and go, but the Dominator remains the best all around shoe I have found. I must admit that I'm a Sidi fan, and these shoes fit me well. I also ride Sidi Genius road shoes, as well as Sidi Adventure Motorcycle Boots. The Sidi fit in 43's just seem perfect. Tough, comfortable, and just a perfect blend of stiffness and comfort. People complain about the cost, but I consider these a bargain at $249. Even better, I scored mine for $216 at my LBS!

    Only cycling shoes for me

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 47

    I tried on every pair of cycling shoe out there and Sidis are the only brand that work for my foot. The parts are super easy to replace when the proverbial s&$37 hits the fan and something breaks.

    Mega fits perfectly

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 13 Mega

    This is the best wide shoe I have experience in a 13 size. Sole insert is sort of flimsy, but remedied with a Spenco Athletic insert I use for other athletic shoes without compromising the toe box. At first I had to be aware of accidental ankle roll if not careful as I wear wide heel athletic shoes. otherwise I am a happy customer.

    rookie review

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs large

    My first ever pair of cleats (!) ... matched with Shimano M780 pedals. Nice set up and I have yet to fall over. Found the shoe to run slightly large. I wear a 13 and the sizing chart put me in a 48. If I had it to do over I would get a 47 with the expectation that they will stretch a bit over time. Sweet arrangement in any event!

    Excellent do-it-all shoe for wide feet

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I purchased my first pair of Dominators about 15 years ago for mountain biking and piloting a tandem bike. They quickly went from this intended purpose to being used anytime or anywhere I rode, dirt or pavement. When I retired the shoes in completely functional shape they literally had tens of thousands of on and off road miles under them. I just finally had to stop wearing them because they had become too narrow to wear comfortably due to foot changes we all have in the passing years. A couple years ago I purchased a pair of Sidi Five Mega road shoes and they were easily the most comfortable cycling shoe I'd ever worn. I previously reviewed these shoes on this website. However, after wearing the Dominator for all types of riding for so long I didn't like the off the bike feel of the Fives and also wasn't able to adjust SPD-SL cleats far enough rearward to be optimal. I recently purchased a pair of the Dominator Fit Mega and love the shoes. They are every bit as comfortable as the Five Mega (they are essentially the same shoe). Like the Fives the Dominator Mega shoes are very wide which allows a comfortable fit for wide feet and also allows the use of high quality footbeds without compromising space in the toe box. Stiffness - Sidi has definitely improved the stiffness of the soles both lengthwise and rotationally from the first pair I owned. On the bike the Dominators feel every bit as stiff as the carbon soled Fives. Weight - I wear a size 42 and the difference in weight between the pairs of shoes is exactly 100 grams. My old pair of Dominators? Considering they've gone with me on so many incredible rides over the years including Independence Pass, Trail Ridge Road, Tour of the Unknown Coast and numerous other century rides I think I'll just retire them to the back of the closet.

    when will these be in stock to ship in size 46.5 narrow?