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Sidi Spider SRS Mesh Shoes

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    • Tecnomicro White/Black/Red Vernice
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    5 Reviews

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    Chill out.

    Lots of shoe manufacturers talk about their sweat-wicking liners and moisture management systems, but let’s face it — if you weren’t sweating so much in your shoes, you wouldn’t need the fancy moisture management. Sidi nips the problem in the bud with its Spider SRS Mesh mountain bike shoe.

    The first thing you’ll notice when you see a Spider SRS is the generous number of cooling vents and mesh panels. The Spider’s upper is made with breathable Technomicro microfiber and cooling mesh panels to keep your feet cool and dry. Inside, the tongue and instep have been generously padded, so you can crank down the buckles to your heart’s content.

    Closure is handled by two hook-and-loop straps and a ratcheting buckle. The two lower straps are made with Sidi’s patented High Security hook-and-loop straps, so you don’t have to worry about them wearing out after a few months. The top strap is Sidi’s tried-and-true Caliper Buckle, which gives you the perfect custom fit and can be fine-tuned even on the bike.

    The outsole is Sidi’s all-new Carbon Composite SRS sole. This isn’t just some glass-stiff bulletproof sheet of fatigue-inducing carbon—Sidi has tuned the SRS sole to deliver efficient power to the pedals, but also to flex enough for comfort on the bike and off, even with a bike on your shoulder. The SRS outsole also features replaceable soft rubber lugs, so you don’t have to toss the shoes once the lugs are spent.

    • Two-way ratcheting Caliper Buckle
    • Two High Security hook-and-loop straps
    • Carbon composite SRS sole
    • Replaceable soft rubber lugs
    • Technomicro fiber
    • Cooling mesh panels
    • Item #SID003I

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    [upper] Technomicro, [ventilation] mesh
    Closure
    Soft instep Closure System with Caliper Buckle, 2 hook-and-loop straps
    Sole
    SRS carbon
    Cleat Compatibility
    2-hole MTB
    Recommended Use
    mountain bike
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Good shoe for cross too

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 46

    My previous shoe, a set of Sidi Dominators, fell apart after 13 years and I needed a replacement. This work well for my needs; mostly cross with some road rides. I like the stiffer sole mostly, though it does make hike-a-bike not as comfortable. Very good initial quality. I hope they hold up as long as my last pair of Sidis.
    I only knock them because they make my feet hotter than the Dominators. Probably the different upper material.

    Great fit, scary out of clip

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

    Sidi is the best and most comfortable shoes that you can get, hands down. I gave this particular product a three star because of a few things.
    The bottom pads are not durable. After ridding a few trials with some rock garden, the pads are wearing down.
    Furthermore, since the bottom is carbon, it's scary when you are going downhill and clip out. Sidi can improve the usability of the shoe by adding a strip of rubber to the bottom of the shoe so one can feel more secure going downhill.

    Solid choice - a few details

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 45

    Sidi shoes are terrific, including these. Very well made. I got these b/c I like the ratchet which is secure and doesn't wear out like velcro and is less prone to disabling roadside breakage (which I've seen happen with boa's). Plus, the forefoot velcro straps don't wear out b/c you never have to undo them except to dry after a rain ride. These let me do snug at the ankle, roomy in front. (You can't vary the tension in different parts of the foot w/ some boa systems. Other boa systems have multiple dials which I find unnecessarily complicated.) Also, I wanted at stiff shoe for CX, and I wanted to drop weight from my (cheaper) Dominators. The Spiders weigh 340g (each, size 45, no cleat) which is the same as my Dominators (!), and about 40g heavier than the Sidi Genius 6.6 Vent Carbon, which is the Spiders' road price and style counterpart, and which I've used with great results for a couple years now. Another nit: the Spiders' carbon weave "look" you see in the pics is just texturing of the plastic-like sole, which looks fake and cheap (c'mon Sidi). But, it is not the same sole as the cheaper Sidi's: it is much stiffer than the Dominator sole, and the lugs are replaceable FWIW. Also, you probably wouldn't want a real carbon weave sole for an off-road shoe due to damage hitting/walking around on rocks, gravel etc. In a light rain your feet will stay drier a bit longer in the Lorica (non-mesh) version also currently available and on sale for $199 on this site. For better visibility and venting, and better looks IMHO, get this one. The other white parts will give a bit of extra visibility and nice style even when they're old and the white mesh sections have turned gray. I say that based on my Genius 6.6's which are the same colors, and old now. I haven't seen the Lorica version but based on other Sidi's I've owned--which include mtb and road, cheap and spendy--I don't believe the weight can be more than 10g different between the mesh and Lorica versions (contrary to 1 review I read which said the Lorica Spiders are 400g heavier than Drako's, which is incorrect). Bottom line: great shoe, great price at $199, very practical for CX, XC, mtb trail, and performance oriented roadies running 2-bolt SPDs who want a long-lasting shoe with a stiff sole.

    Update after putting some wear on these: still all around great, but it is true that the sole lugs are softer than the non-replaceable ones on my cheaper Sidis. Softer means they grip pretty well but get ripped up more easily. Eventually I'll likely repair them with Freesole or other urethane repair product as the replacement lugs seem overpriced.

    SIdi Spider SRS Mesh Shoes

    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 43

    The shoes have carbon soles, which are very comfortable when walking on the ground. This is primarily due to the fact that the rubber cleats, which are fully replaceable, are very resilient under your feet. All buckles and cleats are easily replaced with the removal of small screws. The mesh is perfect for hot AZ desert riding. With the adjustable closures, fitting is a breeze. Top notch quality that one expects from Sidi. These shoe will last many years of riding. I own numerous pairs of Sidi-brand shoes, they last and are comfortable.

    Great Shoe if on Sale. Sidi Quality!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size

    I have been messing with other shoe brands for a while and now I'm back to Sidi's. Most likely will be all I wear for Mtn bike from now on. No Boa systems or other flashy garbage that will break with normal mtn bike riding with these shoes. This shoe seems to be pretty much a Dominator with Sidi's top of the line carbon sole. The shoe seems to be the standard bombproof shoe that I expect from Sidi. Materials and craftsmanship are top notch. Buckle and straps seem like they will last a long time. Carbon sole does seem stiff and power transfer is great although I can't say it's extremely noticeable over my old dominators. Walking in them seems fine, much better than some Lakes I was using previously which were actually painful. These shoes are marketed towards CX riding and while I haven't run in them I imagine they would be better than some others out there. The sole is stiff and on the pedals they really excell offering an amazingly comfortable and stable platform when riding single track. The minimal walking I have done was alright. The soles do seem to give enough so that they are comfortable off the bike. These shoes come in two syles. This one with mesh and the other that is all Technomicro fiber. I feel these breath about the same as Dominators which is pretty darn good. It has been mid 80's for my past few rides and I have remained comfortable. I haven'nt noticed any fit discrepencies with any of the Sidis I have ever had and these shoes fit the same. I think if you own Sidi's and like the fit order the same size and you should be fine.
    Only cons are the color. White mtn shoes look nice for about 5 minutes into the first ride. It's my opinion that Sidi should have made the mesh parts of these shoes a darker color because white, once dirty, will stay dirty. The technomicro fiber parts are alright white and, so far, seem to clean up well. Also, Sidi has chosen to use a softer lug material claiming that it makes walking and running easier. It's my opinion that they are merely looking to have the lugs wear out faster and force you to lay down some serious cash to buy replacements. I haven't noticed any comfort benefit to the softer sole. Walking/running in race designed shoes pretty much sucks regardless and I can't say I've noticed a diference aside from the fact that the Dominators I've had for years still look good and these already have nicks in the lugs after two rides. I will probably look at compatability and go with a harder lug replacement should it come to that.
    Overall, I feel it is a no brainer to buy these shoes at BC's sale price over the Dominators given that they do have a better carbon sole. Provided you can deal with the color. At full price I would go with the Dominators as I don't believe the carbon sole is a noticably huge wow inducing improvement, nor any extreme weight savings, and the softer lugs will definately mean you'll be shelling out even more money for replacements.
    Only four stars cause of the garbage lugs and Sidi's marketing claim that they make walking and running in the shoe easier. It's a money making scam Sidi!! Gotta say though, at this sale price these are probably the best shoes anywhere.

    Are these shoes compatible with speedplay frogs? Really I would like to know if the forefoot traction (parallel ones) is wide enough to accommodate frog cleats. I just got a pair of dominators and the frogs just barely fit and I'm wondering if these are a little wider.

    Thanks