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Lake MX237 Endurance Cycling Shoe - Wide - Men's

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    No more pinching, binding, or pressure points.

    If you've been stuffing your oversized feet into traditional off-road shoes, you'll delight in the ample room and pressure-free comfort afforded by the Lake Men's MX237 Endurance Wide Cycling Shoe. Designed for the needs of elite cyclocross racers and discerning cross-country riders with wider feet, this pair of off-road cycling shoes won't bind your feet or create uncomfortable pressure points, especially when you're laying down the hammer on punchy climbs and all-out sprints toward the finish line.

    The MX237 Endurance Cycling Shoe is built on Lake's MX Competition last, which is especially snug in the heel to avoid slippage when you're cranking away at a brisk cadence, transitioning to a wider toe box to avoid uncomfortable binding and pressure points, especially when you're dismounting over rugged hike-a-bike sections. Overall, it designed for competitive cross and cross-country racers seeking a glove-like fit with just enough room to get off your bike and scout technical trail sections or shoulder your cross bike over barriers.

    As a premium off-road shoe, you'll find the full grain leather upper wrapping your feet with a glove-like fit and supple feel, reinforced with anti-abrasion panels where you're most likely to scuff the shoes. This supple leather upper is controlled with a dual Boa L5 dials, which tighten down precisely with a micro-adjustable fit. It's rounded out with a full carbon sole for unrelenting power transfer underfoot, then covered with rubber lugs for plentiful traction over hike-a-bike sections.

    • Race-savvy shoe for off-road cyclists with wider feet
    • Designed to accommodates wider feet without pressure points
    • MX Competition last is snug in the heel, wider in forefoot
    • Dual Boa L5 dials provide a secure, micro-adjustable fit
    • Full grain leather upper with abrasion-resistant panels
    • Stiff carbon fiber sole maximizes power transfer
    • Rubber overlays for grippy traction while hiking
    • Item #LKC001X

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    full grain leather, Helcor abrasion-resistant leather panels
    Closure
    Dual Boa L5 dials
    Sole
    carbon fiber sole, Mountain Race X rubber grip
    Cleat Compatibility
    2-bolt mtb
    Recommended Use
    cross-country, cyclocross
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

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    I Really Really Wanted To Like These...

      ...as they are top grain leather, have beautiful workmanship, look great, have a grippy rubber sole, and actually FIT my wide feet. I could even live with the silly BOA closure system, which I am very skeptical of. But, as the poet teaches us, between the Idea and the Reality falls the Shadow. In a word, heel slip. Lots of heel slip. Not a single pair of any shoes I own slip like these. The heel is entirely lacking any "cup." The top also pushed painfully against my ankle bone, even with high arch foot beds. Returned without usung, much to my sadness.

      A wide shoe that is actually wide.

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Finally, a wide shoe that is actually that. I measure a 9.5 E, and the 43.5 Lake fits great. I also have the road version, CX 237 (a great shoe), and the MX 237 seems a bit roomier and perhaps a bit longer. The MX upper is definitely more robust than the road version, which is a good thing given the intended use. My first ride was 25 miles on gravel on my CX bike. Instantly comfortable, no hot spots, my foot had plenty of room to "make fists with my toes." Get a pair.

      Would you say that the sole is wider than most other shoes you have used? Or does the upper material have more room? I want an actual wider sole to match my wide food! not my foot poring over into the leather.
      THanks!

      Great shoe for Wide Foot

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: 48
      • Height: 6'2"
      • Weight: 275lbs

      The shoe is great for a wide foot. I wear a 13 and custom orthotics in my daily shoes and the 48 fit perfectly and is quite roomy. Roomy enough that I could add my custom orthodic if needed. Great build and very comfortable. The only con that could make the shoe better is adding an interchangeable rubber cleats like Sidi.

      Would you say that the sole is wider than most other shoes you have used? Or does the upper material have more room? I want an actual wider sole to match my wide food! not my foot poring over into the leather.
      THanks!

      Roomy!

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

      First and most important insight is, use the instructions on the Lake website to determine the proper size shoe. It works! Do not go by any chart that you might see on some product pages that equate the Lake fit to another brand of shoe. I came from a Giro Code HV 44.5, and unwisely went by a chart I saw on the product page for one of the versions of this shoe which indicated I'd wear a 44.5 Wide. Hah! I could've filled them up with water and swam in them. Going by the Lake guide, I actually might be a 43, but that seemed like it might be too small width-wise, so I went with the 43.5, and I can wiggle my toes when I first put them on, although my feet fit perfectly after a little while of riding. It's amazing that the Lakes are so much roomier than the Codes, yet the 44.5 HV Codes look like clown shoes next to the 43.5 Wide Lakes.

      Four stars so far because out of the box there have been some niggling discomforts. Some little things here and there that disappeared in a day, but the biggest impression is that the rear of the shoe is somehow too big. Not just too roomy, which it does seem to be, but also too high on the ankle, and reducing the size of the heel by tightening the boa makes it too tight over the instep. Makes me wonder if this isn't the source of the complaint that some people have stated regarding the tongue of the shoe not being comfortable. I've got a few hundred miles on them now, and this is definitely becoming less of an issue, but I do think that, at the very least, the shoes have required a break-in period. For the sake of completeness, I do use the more aggro Giro arch supports and footbeds, so it could affect the fit over the instep, but shouldn't affect the fit in the heel compartment. It's also possible that I should be wearing a 43.

      The boas work great in both directions, and although I've only used these with my gravel bike, it's obvious that they have a great surface on the bottom for all manner of walking, although the fit in my heel compartment would preclude any cross-style running in my opinion - unless that issue continues to sort itself out over time.


      Update after a 100 hrs, or so, of riding in these shoes: They are long since broken in, and all of the initial issues are resolved. The heel fits great because I can tighten the lacing, and I can see how the tongue breaks in by curling up where it meets the front of my ankle. The more I wear them, the more I can tighten them and customize the fit. Update to 5 stars. Leaving the initial impressions to indicate what one might experience during the break-in period.

      Would you say that the sole is wider than most other shoes you have used? Or does the upper material have more room? I want an actual wider sole to match my wide food! not my foot poring over into the leather.
      THanks!

      I am wearing them at the office

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

      Still trying them out, but so far, the arch support is great for my high arches. The instep has plenty of room for my foot volume. And the toe box is SUPER roomy. So I am not 100% yet, but so far so good.