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Sidi Drako SRS Push Shoes - Men's

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    5 Reviews


    Command respect.

    You've trusted Sidi shoes on the road for years now, so if you and your Lycra are finally making the jump off the roads and onto the trails, don't question a good thing. Make Sidi's Drako SRS Push Shoes a part of your XC kit and enjoy pro-approved fit and functionality as you figure out the intricacies of suspension and a whole new medium of riding. As you and your weight-conscious machine take to the singletrack, you'll have Sidi's incredibly durable Lorica microfiber wrapped securely around your feet, complete with windows of breathable mesh to keep your toes from overheating.

    As a member of the upper echelon of Sidi shoes, the Drako exemplifies Sidi in all of its technical glory. The Tecno3 Push fastener has been a Sidi mountain and road mainstay for years; use it to micro-adjust the fit of the Drako along your instep to a minute degree whether you're in the saddle already or going through your pre-ride ritual. When you're done riding, the whole system releases with a quick push of a button.

    Power transfer remains as sacred a phrase on singletrack as it is on the roads, and Sidi takes it seriously with the Drako. Before you ride, adjust the heel cup to fit exactly the way you want it around your heel to experience a slip-free ride, even when you're pushing on a climb. It's one of the most beloved Sidi features, consistently delivering your watts to the pedals. The Drako's carbon fiber sole does its own share of work to promote efficient power transfer as well; the medium modulus carbon allows for an appropriate amount of flex for off-road riding, while remaining stiff and responsive. Sidi finishes the Drako with an outsole complete with replaceable SRS tread blocks for hike-ready traction.

    • Top-end XC shoe with full carbon sole
    • Breathable, weather-resistant synthetic uppers
    • Tecno-3 Push system for incredibly precise fit
    • Adjustable heel cup locks heel in place
    • Rigid carbon sole flexes along the middle for comfort
    • Replaceable SRS tread blocks for traction
    • Sidi shoes enjoy a legacy of longevity and superior fit
    • Item #SID006E

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    Lorica Vernice Microfibre, ballistic mesh
    Tecno 3 Push Buckle
    MTB SRS Carbon Ground Sole
    Cleat Compatibility
    2-hole mountain
    Recommended Use
    mountain bike
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Worn Drako MTB version and road version

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

    As daily rider commuter over past 4 years, i dont have a car, the Sidi shoe once sized correctly do fit like no other out of box hands down. Supple upper with perfect padding in toungue and variable pressure upon dorsal foot by closure system that is adjustable on fly. Color options are fun and can be motivating when you have to dress daily gor the emride regardless of weather.
    I have protective tain covers i use when appropriate.

    Ive had these shoes sopping wet from rainstorns and once dry are back in tip top form.

    The MTB shoe is heavier, especially noted after 40 miles or so and can be a bit hotter in summer, agree with comments by EMW.

    But considering superior fit of SIDi may be worth it for you dependent upon your individual use..

    3 major

    won't stay tight

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Size Bought: 44.5

    I've had two pair of these. The first for 7 months or so and the second for 4 months. CC warranteed the first pair because they wouldn't stay tight. Turns out the same is true for the second pair. The Techno 3 closures stay snug and tight out of the box but within a few weeks/months, they just won't stay where you set them. If you're a casual rider and just want a top notch shoe, then you should get these. They're super comfortable and the fit/finish is amazing. But if you race, you'll get frustrated as you begin to wonder whether your shoes are going to stay on......when you should be thinking over your strategy for finishing strong. I LOVE Sidi shoes......I'll NEVER go back to years of riding S-works shoes after riding Sidi. But until they figure out how to make the Techno closures more durable, I'll have to go the cheaper/ heavier ratchet closure route.

    Great shoes, right out of the box

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 45

    I've been wearing Sidi's for the past 10 years or so, and had my old pair dialed in, but this summer they finally gave out. I looked at all my options and came up with the Drako's. Pulled the trigger and my only fear was that they wouldn't fit correctly. Revceived my shipment on time and immediately tried them on. Right out of the box they fit perfectly, and have had no problems. The Drako's are definitely not the cheapest, but they fit great, are superstiff, and the new lacing system ties it all together. Thanks to Backcountry for the great service!

    Nice but Relatively Heavy

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Fit: True to size

    A little background: I've been using Sidi Dominators for the last 6 years. They fit great and work well, but are worn out. I started road biking about 5 years ago and have good luck using MTB pedals and shoes on the road bike. While I'm not a major weight weenie, I'd still like the lightest MTB shoes possible so I'm not significantly disadvantaged in road bike events.

    Sidi indicates the Drako is 100g lighter than a previous models weight. Unfortunately Sidi does not publish the actual weight of their shoes. I even emailed them to inquire and got no response. The Drakos arrived today so I put them on the scale. For comparison, my old Dominators weigh 380g each (size 44.5). I figured the Drako will come in at about 280g (based on Sidi's claim of shaving 100g off of a previous model). The Drakos, weigh 375g each. No real weight benefit compared to the much cheaper Dominator. For an expensive high end race shoe they are a bit on the heavy side.

    For comparison to other major manufacturers advertised weights for their top of the line, carbon sole MTB shoe offerings: Shimano XC90 and Giro VR90 both claim their shoes to be about 315g per shoe. Specialized SWorks 335g. All weights are without pedal cleat.

    The Drako is a nice looking, stiff soled MTB shoe. With the ratcheting dials and the adjustable heel collar they have a nice amount of adjustability and fit me well (my foot is on the wide side with a big instep). Unfortunately they are just too heavy considering the price and what the other manufactures offer. I'm sending them back.

    Nice but Relatively Heavy

    Luxury for dirty feet

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have ridden every high end shoe imaginable, and all perform admirably well, but the Wire's are a cut above. The fit is such that your feet feel as one with the bike; no foot pain, no hot spots, no issues at all!

    Not only are they the most supremely comfortable high-end shoes I have ever worn, they are every bit as stiff as the Shimano XC-90 and Specialized S-Works shoes I have recently owned.

    I have been a Sidi fan in the past and recently converted back, and am seriously disappointed that I ever purchased any other brand's offering.

    If you're looking for the best shoes money can buy without going custom, look no further!!

    Oh, and get the green while they last; could you ask for a better colored shoe!?