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Lake CX402 Wide Road Shoe - Men's


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    Finally: you can stop lamenting your relatives for passing on the paddle feet genes to you and ride with the same opulent cycling shoes as your slender-hoofed ride buddies. Sure, not every cycling shoe comes available in a wide width, but the Lake's enviable CX402 Wide Road Shoe does, and you won't feel like you're missing out on a thing when you slide your foot into this slipper.

    Hailed across the industry for its luxuriously soft kangaroo leather uppers and heat-moldable carbon fiber outsole, the CX402 might be the most comfortable shoe you've ever put on. Yes, that's right: the outsole is heat moldable, which means the CX402 won't force you to try and cover up an unyielding, and uncomfortable, carbon fiber sole with an ill-equipped EVA insole. The uppers are highly customizable as well, with a dual BOA dial closure giving you infinite adjustment possibilities as well as the promise of kangaroo leather gradually molding to your foot over time. With the well-placed mesh inserts and perforations along the uppers, your foot will still be able to breathe as you test the carbon fiber sole's impressive power transfer at the end of a brutal climb.

    • Accommodate your wider foot in a top-end racing shoe
    • Durable, soft kangaroo leather uppers mold to your foot
    • Perforated kangaroo leather liner ensures air reaches your feet
    • Heat-moldable carbon sole for uncompromising power transfer
    • Dual BOA dial closure delivers infinite fit customization
    • Item #LKC000Q

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    kangaroo leather
    perforated kangaroo leather
    dual Boa
    Custom Fit carbon fiber
    Cleat Compatibility
    Recommended Use
    road cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

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    So, So Bummed!

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Size Bought: 43 Wide
    • Height: 5'7"
    • Weight: 170lbs

    After my fitter told me, "YOU MUST GET NEW SHOES, Madam Ridiculously Wide Foot!" Well, alrighty then, new, and very expensive shoes, it shall be! After doing the research (and not being able to buy locally, sadly) I swooned over these shoes; wide AND kangaroo?! MUST HAVE!! They came in yesterday and, while the forefoot area is a fit like I've never felt before - so comfortable - that romance was quickly dispelled while realizing that the rear of my foot felt like it was in a vice grip! What the heck? Why would a wide shoe have such a narrow, tight heel cup! I just don't see any way to make these work, it hurts just putting them on, let alone walking to my bike 10 steps. I'm still wiping away the tears that have fallen on my return shipping label. GRRRR!! Back to the drawing board. Shi*.

    Amazing Fit - Full Stop

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

    These shoes have ended my search for the world's most comfortable cycling shoe. The kangaroo leather upper is softer than my expensive winter leather gloves, and forms perfectly around my foot. The real star of the show, however, is the heat-moldable carbon fiber sole and heel cup. I have pretty wide, gnarly feet (accessory navicular, tailor's bunions, Haglund's protrusions, etc) from 26 years of wearing ice hockey skates six times per week. I purchased custom hockey skates four years ago and have been bouncing between cycling shoe brands since then to replicate the pillow-like comfort of my hockey skates. These shoes, once baked and broken in, are perfect.

    I baked the shoes twice, added my custom footbeds, and immediately put 4 rides in them. Aside from fiddling with cleat position, they've been perfect. I cannot recommend them highly enough. My feet settle into these shoes in a way that no other brand of cycling shoe has come close to replicating. Yes, these are expensive, but they've been worth every penny for stopping my foot pain while on the bike.

    Excellent Shoe

    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Wide
    • Height: 5'11"
    • Weight: 165lbs

    After the initial fit, and the the way these shoes "seem" tight, I wasn't sure about them. The thing is, what I thought was tight, was actually the shoes fitting my whole foot, which is alien to me. I've never had a shoe fit my foot correctly, so this is new territory to explore. Once I rode and raced with them, I'm a total fan. They're comfortable, no after-race foot pain that I'm usually accustomed to, and they appear to be very well constructed.
    As an added bonus, Kyle contacted me by email shortly after placing my order, and the level of customer service he and Competitive Cyclist exhibit, is second to none.
    I'm completely satisfied with the product and service.

    Good shoe

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 43
    • Height: 5'10"
    • Weight: 183lbs

    I have a very wide foot, EEE, and have always found it very difficult to find a shoe that fits correctly. Usually I have to buy too big to get the toe room. On Lake's website they have a sizing chart. It is very accurate. Use it. I didn't on my first urchase and ended up returning them for the correct size. My last shoes that were Shimano were 45s. The correct Lakes are 43. The insoles that come with them don't have the highest arches so you may need otehr insoles if you have very high arches. The molding process take a few times to get the fit correctly. I contacted Lake about this because I followed the instructions to the dot and couldn't get the molding right. They told me to up the cooking time in 60 secnd increments until the shoes were moldable. Every oven is different. Construction is good. My only dislike at this point is the read bolo dial. I can feel it through the shoe on both feet where it sits on the top side of the foot.