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RC502 Wide Cycling Shoe - Men's

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $127.50 Original price: $170.00
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Why We Like The RC502 Wide Cycling Shoe

Speed and efficiency, that's what it's all about when we're in the middle of a race or hard-core training session, and the RC502 Wide Cycling Shoe does the job of maximizing power transfer while improving comfort. A low stack height midsole helps stabilize the foot, and the upper structure wraps around to provide a glove-like fit. The integrated sole and upper construction make for stability, rigidity, and lightweight performance, and a light carbon fiber reinforced nylon sole provides superb power transfer.


  • Lightweight and efficient cycling shoe for road riders
  • Upper wraps around the foot to provide a glove-like fit
  • Integrated sole and upper for improved stability
  • Mesh, TPU, synthetic leather composite upper for comfort
  • Light carbon fiber reinforced nylon sole for power transfer
  • Item runs small, so we recommend sizing up for best fit
  • Item #SHIU1DO
Upper Material
boa, hook-and-loop
Carbon fiber reinforced nylon
Cleat Compatibility
Claimed Weight
[single, size 42] 8.5oz (241g)
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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Fits True To Size

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5 out of 5 stars

October 3, 2023

If you have wide feet, get a wide shoe

I've used it several times

First the negatives: for some reason, these shoes do not work with my Favero Assioma pedals + Look Keo cleats. They do work with the Expedo RC7 cleats in the Assioma pedals (the ones the pedals came with). I think it's because the bottom of the shoe is flatter than my previous shoe, and so torquing the cleat warps it in a way that prevents engagement of the pedals. This isn't necessarily the fault of the shoe, though. Other negative is minor: the BOA dial only goes one way - the BOA on my previous shoe went both directions, which was nice for on the fly adjustment. Positives: If you have wide feet, just click 'buy'. I didn't realize it until I tried these shoes, but I had fit problems that came from trying to angle my wide feet to put power through a narrow platform. These shoes are WIDE (I have 4E flippers and they fit me), and fit true to the Shimano size chart (their conversion is different than others, check their chart specifically). I don't know why the description says they run small - they fit me true to size. They are light, stiff, comfortable, breathable, and look much better than I expected. The upper BOA enclosure + velcro strap is like a glove where it counts without also over-tightening across the wide area of the foot. I'm normally of the camp that paying more for shoes is pretty pointless for the average cyclist, but I'm very happy I went one step up from the $100 range of my previous shoe.

Michael D

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