To the parts bin!
It isn’t easy to replace a pair of cycling shoes. Sure, you can buy new ones, but that’s just the beginning. It takes lots of riding before new shoes really start to feel right. It’s a real bummer when your cherished cycling shoes have a part break or a sole wear out when the uppers are really starting to feel good. That’s why Sidi supplies replacement parts like the SRS Drako Replacement Soles.
The SRS Drako Sole replacement kit comes with everything you need to upgrade your old Drakos from slicks to knobbies. It’s easy—just unscrew the old soles and screw in the new ones with the hardware supplied.
- Four tread areas per shoe
- Hardware included
- Item #SID0114
- Q & A
"Pay a bit more for faster shipping"
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: 41-44EU
- Height: 5'6"
- Weight: 170lbs
I had the choice of going with an Asian supplier for much cheaper. However, I was not comfortable with the shipping delays....only to get potentially the wrong part. With Competitive Cyclist - I always know what I'm getting and when.
I bought this after an acident with my Drako shooe. It was easy to replace and, Now, I cant notice that I had to chance the sole!
Hi if my size is 44.5, which replacement sole size should I get? 41-44 or 45-50?
Always go with the size 44 soles....
can I get lower price for $39.99 from that item? yes or no.
how many years need to repalce for sidi...
how many years need to repalce for sidi drako mtb shoe? please answer that.
You should be good for at least two-three years. I put both my road and MTB SIDI's into the washer on cold (with some old towels to keep them solid) once every three months - then let air dry. SIDI's get better with age, like a baseball mitt. And, with the availability to buy almost all new parts for SIDI's, you can get many more years out of them. The only thing I have found on some of the models, is that (if they have it) the velcro stops being velcro and doesn't hold. If you contact SIDI, they will be more than happy to furnish you new velcro straps at a nominal price - and $10 at a shoe cobbler to sew on. Enjoy the shoes, they are nice :)