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Sidi Duran Shoe - Men's

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    4 Reviews


    Italian quality for your hometown trails.

    When you get into a pair of Sidi shoes, you quickly realize that some things get better with age. Sidi will be the first to tell you that 50+ years in the game has given it creative license to make some of the best cycling shoes on the market. We agree, and the new Duran Shoes confirm our assertion.

    As with most things, the devil is in the details. However, Sidi must have performed an exorcism on the Duran, because the details flow seamlessly towards perfection. Starting with the securing configuration, the Duran features three Velcro straps along the upper. This system allows a fully-tuneable fit both pre-ride and on-the-fly. It fits into what Sidi calls its last/foot form technology, where the bottom two straps control the snugness of the fit at the metatarsal and instep areas. These straps are best adjusted before you hit the trail, and left alone thereafter. The top strap is what the design dictates as the entry and exit adjustment point. Together, the three strap system eliminates any internal foot slip that depreciates your efficiency. To further control slippage, Sidi has placed its signature heel cup at the aft position of the shoe for reinforcement. Basically, it keeps the foot in the perfect position on hard up-strokes and while climbing out of the saddle. As a result, you'll be powering comfortably and precisely with the ideal, comfortable volume inside the shoe.

    Further along the lines of comfort, Sidi has given the Duran more ventilation than any other shoe in its 2013 line. This means that your feet won't be susceptible to sweltering conditions, and you can hit the trail all day without worries of swamp foot. And while the high ventilation makes the Duran the perfect summer shoe, Sidi also prepared them for winter. Positioned at the toe, Sidi fitted the Duran for two toe spikes to provide traction in muddy conditions.

    The Sidi Duran Shoes are available in the color Black/black and in odd and even sizes ranging from 38.0 to 50.0. Please note that these shoes are intended for use with 2-hole mountain bike cleats, and the toe spikes are sold separately.

    • Item #SID0108

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    [upper] synthetic leather
    hook and loop straps
    carbon composite
    Cleat Compatibility
    2-hole MTB
    Recommended Use
    mountain biking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Pretty good but not nirvana

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Full disclosure....I have a hard time fitting shoes. I can't use anything with a boa closure or a buckle on a mountain shoe so these look like the best bet. I expected a narrow fit, but the toebox and heel are quite roomy. The heel was definitely too roomy. I'll either get a different insole or put a wedge under the heel. Performance of the shoe is great, though.

    So far so good for my first pair of Sidi

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

    Bought these to replace my 10 year old Specialized commuter/mtb shoes which were falling apart. As I am committed to mountain biking well into the future I invested in these shoes. I've ridden about 150 miles in them. No big complaints. They definitely don't flex when walking as much as the others making it uncomfortable to walk on the trail for more than a few steps but I suppose the tradeoff is pedaling efficiency. On a 100 mile ride I got hot spots after about 60 miles relieved by loosening the velcro strap. It's hard to imagine that wouldn't happen on any shoe after that long. They are otherwise comfortable and seem well built. The plastic lugs seem to be wearing a lot after not too much contact with the dirt but we'll see how that plays out. Next time I might go with a slightly heavier but more burly shoe that's more comfortable if I have to dismount on the trail.

    Great intro into Sidi

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

    So I've had these for oh about a year now. Nothing to complain a bunch about. They fit really well. The only thing I wish I had gone with was a shoe with the ratchet strap. But honestly I haven't had any problems with the velcro. Ride them on all my bikes. Road, Track, Mtn, Fat... ect.