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Lake CX 237 Wide Road Shoe - Cycling - Men's

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    10 Reviews

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    Wide open.

    Stop squishing your wide feet into medium-width shoes and telling yourself it's fine. One look at the rolling topography of your feet should give you a hint about the bunion-filled future you have ahead of you if you don't start giving your tootsies some breathing room when you ride. And really, it's as easy as buying Lake's CX 237 Wide Road Shoe. Exactly the same as its hardworking mid-range CX237 shoe, the wide version gives you an additional 15mm of pressure-relieving bliss compared to the regular width, so you can actually let your toes splay out and take advantage of their strength when you're pedaling.

    Just like the regular width model, Lake builds the CX237 wide on its Competition last, which provides a contoured fit to capitalize on power transfer from the ball of your foot. You'll be able to drive power straight through to the pedals using the unyielding carbon sole, while two micro-adjustable Boa dials give you the ability to make infinite adjustments to the fit of the heel and forefoot so you get a secure fit without sacrificing circulation. As if that weren't enough, Lake takes the high road and constructs the uppers of the CX 237 using full grain leather, accented by airy mesh paneling to make sure your feet can still breathe inside the shoe.

    • Carbon fiber sole
    • Boa closure system
    • Full-grain leather upper
    • 15mm wider than regular width CX237
    • Item #LKC000S

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    full-grain leather, mesh
    Lining
    leather heel
    Closure
    2 Boa
    Sole
    carbon fiber
    Cleat Compatibility
    3-hole road
    Recommended Use
    cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

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    For me... Great!

      If you can calibrate the tension perfectly, these shoes are like wearing socks. I've had to reach down during a ride and re-calibrate, but once it's good, it's really good. I agree with other reviews that the tongue could have more padding, but I think re-calibrating the tension after a warm-up could be just as good as more padding. I've found the most comfortable rides (hot or cold) are with thicker socks -- probably related to the tongue issue others have had.

      Great for wide feet, poor heel retention

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: 45.5
      • Height: 6'
      • Weight: 185lbs

      I have the usual path to Lake shoes - trying to find something that fits! Prior to Lakes I have used DMT Radials and Northwave Exteeme 3V. The Radials actually fit - when I was a rock climber and practiced unnatural foot binding. Since switching from Backcountry.com to CompetitiveCyclist.com my feet have splayed out more and caused those shoes to become torture devices. The Northwaves I had heard were wide, but they were not enough (they sure were light!).

      Onto the Lakes - I fumbled a bit with the size chart. In speaking with Lake they told me I'd be fine in size 44.5 based on my foot length but my big toe painfully touched the form toe cap. I went up a full size to 45 and it was bliss for foot width and toes. However, heel retention was horrid. I had to build up the heel with some heel anti slip gels and nah get my podiatrist to help me build up the tongue/heel a bit more. That being said, cinched down, they don't move. They are stiff and responsive, especially under high power puncheur style climbs.

      I have not had any more corns or blisters from rub on the outside. The breathability is not great - my feet can get quite warm, but seeing as I am in northern Canada this is a problem for two months.

      CC was great with the returns (even with the hassle of Canada/US) and I am happy with these shoes - a great compromise on comfort/power transfer and performance. Now to save up for the MX for cross.

      Amazing shoes, painful tongue

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: 42 Wide
      • Height: 5'8"
      • Weight: 135lbs

      The width and the fit is perfect on these shoes, and they are superlight. On top of that, they are one of the only white wide shoes available. The only problem I have is that the tongue is a bit thin, and it hurts the top of my feet.

      Awesome...

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: Runs large

      I love these shoes. I tried on every brand and they all hit my big toe or the other side on my metatarsal bone near my little toe. These have a ton of room. The Boa is awesome. As you ride and the leather warms up and becomes pliable you can just reach down and snug it up easily while riding. I didn't have any problem with the leather tongue. No hot spots at all. I did go down a half size on my order though. Usually I wear a 9.5-10 wide, ordered the 43.5wide and it's perfect.

      Wide 46.5 Kake mm Wide 46.5 Lake Road

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: 46.5
      • Height: 5'11"
      • Weight: 200lbs

      My first pair of Lake Shoes ever. I've always had wide feet and so few cycling products are for us "big boys." The wide shoes are exactly that, "wide." Super easy and comfortable to get into and the.Boas work great. My previous 2 pair of shoes were Specialized S Works and the pair before that was Time. The Lake's beat them all! 5 Stars

      Bought as a gift

        The person I bought these for has very wide feet, but only in the toe box. This has made it difficult for him to find good shoes, because they are either tight in the front and loose in the back, or vice versa. These fit great, and have solved his foot problems.

        This is the shoe I've been looking for!

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: 46
        • Height: 6'1"
        • Weight: 182lbs

        I am particular about my feet, especially when it comes to comfort. Seems most cycle shoes are way to narrow or too stiff for me to last more than one or two uncomfortable hours in, so the softness of of the shoe plus the extra width made for the shoe I have been looking for, making me a lifetime Lake customer. I have used these all summer while training for a double century, and wore them during the double century, and my feet have never been happier. Also, wore them also in a major thunderstorm where they got totally soaked, didn't hurt them a bit. Love the boa closure system too.

        Big disappointment

        • Fit: True to size

        While the wide fit was real the very thin tongue made for uncomfortable riding. Worse however was the fact that the external heel pads wore thin within a MONTH, with very little walking (only in car park, briefly at rest stops) such that both the carbon soles and even the leather on the heel got scuffed and damaged. Lake admitted that the heel pad was too fine and that the 2017 model would fix that. They offered to send me replacement heel pads (which would require removing the exiting riveted ones), but never sent them. They refused any credit or exchanges and did not reply to follow-up emails. Fortunately Backcountry came through and offered me store credit

        Best Cycling Shoe

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: 43
        • Height: 6'0"
        • Weight: 205lbs

        Been cycling my whole life. Went through many brands, many styles. I have a wide foot, but not Sasquatch - just an E width. Began to think that hot foot was something I'd have to bear my whole life, until I started riding with Lake CX 237. They are true to size and roomy enough in the toe box to prevent pain. In addition, the Boa closure system is fantastic. As I ride and my feet swell, it's so simple to just pop up the lock, wiggle my feet to get a little more room, and pop the snap the lock back down. Absolutely the best shoe ever.

        Love Lakes

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: 45.5 Wide
        • Height: 5'11"
        • Weight: 175lbs

        This is my 4th pair of lake shoes, I have 402s and 331s I won't get into the long story but I bought these to have a dual boa shoe that is not as hard core as the 402s and I expected them to be the same quality as the 331s at least but the 237s don't look or feel like real leather, especially the tongue, it looks and feels like it's synthetic. Now that said they are true to size like all Lakes and wide does mean WIDE I would say EE at least. In all fairness I have not liked any pair of lakes when they were brand new (especially the 402s) but after a little time they are the most comfortable cycle shoes I think you can buy. Just do them a favor and do not take them out of the box the first time put them on walk around your living room carpet and judge them (especially the 402s)