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David F.

David F.

David F.wrote a review of on January 2, 2020

Relieves trainer boredom
4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Is this thing necessary? No. Is it worth the cost? That’s your call, although it can now be found discounted. It makes my indoor training a bit less mind-numbing as it responds well to the elevation changes in Zwift and allows some changing pressure points on your sit bones. It is fairly stable when standing and pedaling, but seems to accentuate creaking noises on my older bike’s bottom bracket. It itself makes some creaking noises also when standing and pedaling hard too. I enjoy using as it makes my sessions on the trainer more tolerable. If you can’t get outdoors, it’s a nice accessory to use with your Kickr.

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David F.

David F.wrote a review of on May 2, 2017

5 5

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

Wider in the toe box and longer than previous Sidis I've worn but comfortable overall.

These fit more similarly to Giros than I expected, but seem to wrap my foot better with the new, top-closure boa system. Possibly a bit heavier than those Giros with Velcro or lacing system, but easily adjustable quickly. Style and design second to none, imho.

I'd like a speedplay-specific sole, but that may occur down the road.

Ventilation I can feel until I inserted Superfeet insoles, which I might perforate myself--or just remove for the originals.

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