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Louis Garneau L.A. 84 Cycling Shoe - Men's

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Staying power.

You've curious about the return of the lace-up shoe for a while now, long enough to realize that what started as a trend looks to have staying power. Whether you remember when lace-ups reigned or are considering upgrading to cycling-specific shoes for the first time, Louis Garneau's L.A. 84 Shoe is a good place to start if your budget and fit requirements trend more towards self-sponsored and generous.

Taking inspiration from the lace-up models the pros have been wearing, the L.A. 84 offers a similar fit and feel, in a more approachable price range. Built to Garneau's STD Fit standards, the shoe doesn't have the aggressive, highly contoured fit of a top-end race shoe. While it still provides security and the nearly limitless potential to adjust fit that comes with a lace-up design, the shoe will feel more forgiving for everyday rides. Its fiberglass-reinforced nylon soles lend a mix of stiffness and flex appropriate for its entry/mid-level distinction that will see you loyally through group rides, evening spins, and perhaps your first-ever Fondo.

  • Get the fit you want on everyday rides with this shoe
  • Synthetic leather and mesh uppers wear well in any weather
  • Fiberglass-reinforced nylon sole provides mid-tier stiffness
  • Lace-up closure encourages generous fit customization
  • STD Fit is Garneau's roomier, less contoured fit
  • HRS-80 heel piece included for a slip-free fit in the heel
  • Outsole encourages ventilation for extra breathability
  • Item #LGN009B

Upper Material
synthetic leather, mesh
fiberglass-reinforced nylon
Cleat Compatibility
3-bolt road
Claimed Weight
[size 42] 265 g
Recommended Use
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Great shoes, Great price!

I've used it several times
True to size
Size Bought
Size 46

I absolutely love these shoes. My high-end road shoes bit the dust after many years and countless miles. It was time to replace them. I wanted lace ups but couldn't bring myself to test them out on an expensive pair. Enter these retro Louis Garneau LA84 shoes. Very affordable price and cool retro styling. I thought they would be cheap, not fit well and would flex with a glass sole. How wrong I was! These are some of the most comfortable shoes I have ever ridden in. The laces make for a much more secure fit and they even come with two pairs! There is a trick little feature with an elastic tab on the tongue. When you tie them up they have big loops that can be neatly tucked under this elastic tab and out of the way of your crank. They also are the right stiffness and perform very well. Get 'em, you won't be sorry.

>Rating: 4

Pretty Cool

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
5` 10"
167 lbs

One of the things that I love about this shoe, both of them actually, is that they get the job done. I was not big on locking my feet into the "Suicide Pedals," being a sort of "Cages is the Rages." Sorry, now with 2, 000K on this new pedal rig I have an opinion. You can pull your foot out of the old school "Cage" faster. Kinetically, it is less moves. That aside, these shoes are pretty cool. Size: I am not a European. However, I learned the European sizes by having my climbing gear stolen years ago while in a certain European country with mountains. I tried on several pairs of shoes and the average was 43.00. So I ordered these in 43. Perfecto, great feel, wow. Adjustability: Enough for me and my feet & ankles are not exactly perfect shape. One, tiny caveat: This is a shoe for a "cooler" climate. There are vents on the bottom of the shoe plus holes in the top. If you ride these in the rain without a cover plus some why of blocking the bottom vents your feet will get wet. It is a cool shoe, a vented shoe, and considering that there are so many shoes in the $250 range, this is a lot of bang for your guilders. Because they were so affordable I have been trying to find what is wrong with them. The only draw back is this. If I were to cycle into a swimming pool these are the shoes I would want to have on. They vent the heat really, really well. I absolutely love these shoes and now I am a Clip In Convert.


Do these shoes work with shimano or venze sod pedals? I’m ready to buy if so. Oh can you walk on this or does the cleats get in the way?


Will these fit my peloton bike?