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    11 Reviews


    Big-footed bliss.

    Stuffing your oversized feet into regular cycling shoes is akin to wearing a shirt that's two sizes too small, being extremely awkward at best and painfully tight at worst. Alleviating the discomfort of wearing overly tight cycling shoes, the Sidi Men's Dominator Fit Mega Shoe offers cloud-nine comfort and optimal efficiency for riders with plus-sized feet. The shoe's wider design accommodates the higher insteps and wider metatarsals of bigger feet, so you're never pedaling in pain or cramping up your feet on the trail.

    Wrapping your feet in supple Microfibra Microtech fabric, the Dominator Fit Mega remains highly durable in the face of rock strikes and trail impediments. It's also resistant to outside moisture in the form of shallow stream crossings and soggy trails. The Soft Instep 2 prevents heel lift with its wide, anatomically curved strap evenly distributing pressure across the upper foot and ankle. Offering a micro-adjustable fit, the Caliper buckle system retains security through fast pedaling movements and off-bike scrambles over rocky trails.

    Harness power into forward locomotion, the Competition sole uses nylon in place of carbon for efficient pedaling, but without the unrelenting stiffness of a dedicated race shoe. Rugged treads grip tenaciously over rough ground and technical trails when you're forced to dismount. Optional toe spike attachments give racers and trail enthusiasts aggressive traction over slick, mud-caked trails and steep uphill sections.

    • Wide cycling shoes alleviate cramping for bigger feet
    • Competition nylon sole efficiently transfers power
    • Aggressive tread pattern for sure-footed traction
    • Supple microfiber upper is abrasion and water-resistant
    • Caliper buckle system offers micro-adjustable fit
    • Sidi fuses Italian craftsmanship with functional design
    • Item #SID008E

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    Microfiber Microtech
    2 hook-and-loop straps, 1 ratcheting buckle
    MTB Competition
    Cleat Compatibility
    Recommended Use
    mountain bike
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    My Third Pair of an Icon

      This is my third pair of the Dominator and first with the Mega cut. Material advancements making them lighter and cooler without sacrificing performance. The Mega size is definitely a welcomed option for me, as I have slightly wider feet. Looking forward to another 10 years with these!

      Could be better...

      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: 8.5
      • Height: 5'6"
      • Weight: 160lbs

      Width was fine, but the height/ volume was narrow. Also, the leather is cut with no finish so the tongue really rubs. Ended up with the Shimano Wide' option for me, was cheaper (and price wasn't a concern) and more comfortable due to edges being 'finished' so it wouldn't rub (better then Spesh too!).

      Very stiff tongue

      • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: 47

      I will start by saying I have always had a hard time with shoes. I wear a 12 1/2 which is hard to find but in cycling shoes this would typically equate to a 47. I also have a flattish foot. Sometimes I can wear a 12 wide depending on the shoe but I don't have a wide foot. I went with these using the guide and the length was spot on. I didn't need the mega. I decided to not go with the Sidi because the tongue was so crazy stiff that I thought it would probably cause significant issues. I gave it three stars because the quality seemed great and the buckles are nice. My personal issue with sizing is my deal.

      I found the same issue with the tongue. It's just a piece of leather CUT instead of finished. Try the Shimano Wide's! Old style Spesh were great, but no longer for my duck feet! Shimano are a great fit!

      Exactly what you'd expect.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      The Italians have some magic that the rest of the world just hasn't figured out yet. Three word review: Attractive, durable, fast. I've loved my Dominators, and honestly, I'll probably use them until I can afford a pair of their higher-end relitives.

      Stiff shoe for wide feet with downsides

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These shoes are super stiff and accommodate wider feet. I have a neuroma that now limits a lot of my activities. These shoes help alleviate that neuroma pain. Lots of times the two front velcro straps are hardly tightened down.
      These shoes have taken a beating from bashing rocks and only have a slight stitching tear. They are VERY durable, which ads value in my book.
      Downsides that I tolerate because they perform great and relieve the neuroma:
      I wish the shoe was as comfortable for me as others enjoy!
      See the product picture--The depression at the end of the leather tongue in the toebox pushes down on my foot and rubs the top of my foot. I have tried to reverse the depression with a boot press, but it always goes back to its original form and rubs my foot (raw at times).
      Even when new, the ratchet buckle tends to loosen as I ride and constantly have to ratchet it back to tight. Most all my MTB shoes have this issue anyway, so whatever....
      The plastic cleats are pretty slippery, so when things get damp, watch your step!
      Wish Sidi could resolve that issue by putting a rubber compound on the ends of the cleats that has some grip when walking logs and rocks.
      Overall- great performance shoe that is really not that comfy for me. But I tolerate it because it works for the neuroma.
      It is cool in the summer, but when it gets colder in fall, my feet get numb.
      I would like to find another MTB/Cross bike shoe that is as stiff and wide, but more comfortable/warmer. Any suggestions??

      Great shoes and even better customer ser

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: Runs small
      • Size Bought: 42.5 and 43
      • Height: 5'7"
      • Weight: 180lbs

      I ordered the 42.5 size and it proved to be too tight in the front, the cyclist representative was super helpful and sent me a pair of 43's that fit great!

      Also, when they received my returned pair I got a prompt refund.

      This is now my first goto site for all of the categories that they cover

      Still the best

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: 43.5
      • Height: 5'10"
      • Weight: 195lbs

      After riding the bottoms off my old SIDI Dominators a few years ago, I decided to "save some money" and try a few other brands of shoes. None came close to the Dominator. If you want a shoe to last season after season, spend the money. You won't regret it. There is a reason these have been around for so long, they are simply the best shoe you can mate to your pedals.

      Materials feel great wide in toe box

      • Fit: Runs small

      Materials and intial quality feel great. They have been very durable so far. Shoes have plenty of room in the toe box wish they were a little wider in the middle of the foot.

      The best "Wide" cycling shoe available.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: 40.0

      This is my second pair of the Sidi Mega Dominator. I replaced my old pair of 11 years and many times I glued the tread back down. You can not replace the tread (unlike the Drako version). Buckles and strap can be replaced. There is no break-in process. These are the only shoes I've found that can accommodate my wide(size EE) small foot and they are super comfy on and off the bike..

      Sidi Dominator Mega

      • Fit: Runs large
      • Size Bought: 41.5

      Real nice quality. Wide is defintely wide! Unfortuantely, toe box HEIGHT wasn't roomy enough. Had to return. If width is critical, this shoe will do, but I also need a slightly higher volume in front of shoe. Found a competitors brand, but that wasn't wide enough. Go figure.
      Sidi's 41.5 is about an 8.75 US in my opinion

      Hands down the best

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Best shoes for cycling ever. They last forever and a day. They have replaceable buckles and parts if they ever do wear out. Simply the best shoe going. I put a ton of miles on them every year. They feel great out of the box and only get better with age.

      What shoes would you recommend if I wanted a more all mountain but i do really like my old leather Sidi Dominator 5 that I've had for over 10 years and grown to ignore the downsides to the hard cleats
      I'd like to have more confidence when walking in the rocks but still want a performance shoe that fits as well as my Sidi's