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Year-round road radness

Good things come to those who train. And, since a winter on rollers in the garage may as well be an appointment for a lobotomy, the Sidi Hydro GTX Cold-Weather Shoes will keep you riding outside all the way through the cold seasons. The Hydros are built around a Gore-Tex bootie that is tested at every stage to ensure complete waterproofness and breathability. The Lorica and nylon uppers keep cold air at bay, and the neoprene cuff effectively seals out moisture from above. Four hook-and-loop straps allow you to easily adjust the fit, and the Hydros are built slightly larger than a typical Sidi shoe to accommodate thicker socks.

  • Nylon sole provides plenty of stiffness for training
  • Replaceable heel pad gives you traction off the bike and at stoplights
  • Light insulation keeps your feet warm without turning the shoes into sweatboxes
  • Make sure to keep your pant or tight cuffs on the outside of the neoprene cuff to keep water from seeping in

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4 5

Nice cold weather shoe

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought the same size as my specialized road shoe (45), it most definitely has more room than my normal shoe. It feels a little big but workable with normal socks. It is not as comfortable as I'm use to, but in fairness they are the second pair of cycling shoes I've ever owned. I bought them because they are waterproof and warmer. I've worn them on one ride so far, definitely warmer. I've already decided to get a better footbed for comfort. They were ok in the lower 50s with thin wool socks. I suspect they could work out at much lower temps with the right sock.

UPDATE: I've used these shoes quite a bit more now. They have "broken in" and become more comfortable even though I haven't replaced the foot beds. I've been down into the very low 40s wearing a thin sock with no comfort issues there. They're expensive but well worth it to not have to deal with shoe covers constantly.

4 5

Very nice but very pricey

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is basically a very nice mid-level summer shoe with a Gore-Tex lightly insulated body and upper. Nylon sole, standard straps. Call it a $180 shoe with a goretex and insulation upgrade, which do not in my view justify a $150 price increase, although there are not many decent winter road shoes on the market so these could be the best alternative if you do not want summer shoes and heavy booties.
Pros - fit is right-on for Sidi and despite the non-carbon sole has a very nice road feel. Straps allow easy on-bike adjustment with heavy gloves. Fairly warm but not winter-warm for most folks. Top neoprene ankle band does seal pretty tight and well.
Con - price and not nearly insulated enough to be a true winter shoe.
Fit - Has a bit more volume than same size Sidi road shoe, BUT has a very thin cheap insole so if you replace that with a supportive insole you have less room for thick socks. I am very comfortable in my Ergo 41's and got these in a 42 and am glad I did - I think most people will need to upgrade a size if they will wear heavy socks and/or insole replacement.
Bottom line - great $250 shoe that retails for $330.

Unanswered Question

Do these boots come in half sizes or...

Do these boots come in half sizes or different widths?