Shimano WM52L Cycling Shoe – Women’s

Shimano WM52L Cycling Shoe – Women’s

Shimano WM52L Cycling Shoe - Women's
@ You’ll love these shoes and they’ll make your spinning experience so much more effective, pain free and comfortable. Be sure to purchase the cleats with it too and an allen key to do the adjustments. Because it’s so much more pleasant and effective having these shoes on, you will spend twice the amount of time spinning, each time!.Durable rubber tread offers excellent traction and walking comfort..

  • Tough, stretch-resistant synthetic leather and mesh
  • Women’s Specific Fit.
  • Low-profile, triple off-set straps prevent uncomfortable pressure on foot and make the roughest terrain smooth pedaling
  • Glass fiber reinforced polyamide sole
  • Polyurethane lugs optimally placed with arch pad for pedal stability

List Price: $ 79.90

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Shimano PD-M530 Mountain Pedals

Shimano PD-M530 Mountain Pedals
@ Based on the M985 XTR Trail pedal, the Shimano PD-M530 brings dedicated all-mountain features to an entry level price point. The generous platform protects the pedal’s moving parts and provides more pedal/shoe contact for better feedback and power transfer. Includes one pair of two-bolt SPD cleats.

  • Integrated pedal cage for stability when not clipped in
  • Adjustable entry and release tension settings
  • Chrome-moly spindle and low maintenance sealed bearing axle
  • Cleats are included
  • 455 grams

List Price: $ 64.99

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Hey, this is Brian from Shimano and I’m here to show you how to attach and SPD cleat to an SPD shoe. So you’ll need your four mill allen-wrench, your cleat-nut, your SPD cleat, and of course, your shoe. So the SPD cleat package comes with your fixing bolts, your cleat-adapter, and your cleat. So the first step is to install the cleat-nut. So, some shoes will have the cleat-nut here already, and it’ll be visible. This particular shoe doesn’t. So we’re going to go ahead and pop it in. So you take the insole out, you can see here, really get in there that there’s slots wide open at the bottom. So installing this, you want to put the flush-side up so you don’t feel it on your foot. Slide it on in, turn the shoe over, and here you have the cleat-nut exposed. So now that we’ve got the cleat-nut in place, now its time to put together the SPD cleat. So you put the cleat-adapter right in there as such, put your fixing bolts, drop them right on in there, now you’ve got your cleat ready to install. So the third step is installing the cleat onto the cleat-nut. Now typically, you’d want to put some grease on these bolts because these do wear out, and you want to make sure you’re able to get these bolts back off when you’re ready. Put the bolts in there, from there you take your 4-ml, just screw them on in, you’re good to go. Now what you want to do is, you don’t want to tighten them right away, you want to make sure that you have all this adjustability here. We’re recommending that you go ahead and just put it in the neutral spot, right in the middle, and then tighten it down and make adjustments as necessary. Once you’re tightened down, you’re good to go. Put your insole back in, and its time to ride. So there you have it. Now you know how to install an SPD cleat on an SPD shoe. Take these tips, try them out, and as always, stay tuned for more how-to videos.

Shimano WM52L Cycling Shoe Womens

19 thoughts on “Shimano WM52L Cycling Shoe – Women’s

  1. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    They are awesome! I was nervous the first time out with …, April 27, 2015
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    I have had the same shoes for 5 years and it was time to replace them. It’s hard to part with something that has gone so many miles with you.
    I took my time making the decision to by the Shimano Mountain shoes. They are awesome! I was nervous the first time out with new shoes, but they are very comfortable and the fit is perfect. I wear a 7 1/2 and the 39 is a good fit.
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  2. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    These are a great set of spin shoes, February 24, 2016
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    These are a great set of spin shoes. I’ve been taking spin classes for about two years and I’m so glad I finally decided to buy my own pair of shoes. No more wondering if I’ll be able to get the shoes I really like for class or renting shoes. I actually decided to purchase these because I borrowed them from my studio and fell in love with them. A major factor for me was the high tread on the bottom – I can actually walk around in these! In some of my spin classes we do floor work after the bikes (lunges, squats etc) and with these shoes I don’t have to change into tennis shoes or walk around in socks.

    I have wide, flat feet and wear a size 8/8.5 and I purchased the 40. They fit perfectly. Note that you have to buy cleats separately!

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  3. 46 of 50 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Go clipless! Worth it!, May 13, 2012
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    I feel like I should tell you how much I love these pedals. If youre like I was(afraid to commit to clipping in) , this review is for you. I only recently decided to make the move when I rode with some guy I never met. He rode clipped in and he was climbing the things I always wanted to. I can ride a mountain bike fairly well. Compared to this fella though I stink. I immediately bought these pedals and haven’t looked back. Very easy in and out. Been riding them for 3 weeks on about 8 rides. I picked it up no problem and is now the only way to go. So go ahead get yourself these pedals
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  4. 22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    500+ miles and still going strong, November 6, 2012
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    Rthill

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    I have been using these pedals for quite sometime now. I am glad i bought the pedals with the cages around them. They stand up to some serious abuse; boulders, stumps and other debris. Easy to clip in and get out of quickly when needed.

    Update: 9/9/2013- Almost a year later and thousands of miles on these pedals. They have stood the test of time, I have bounced off of boulders and they are still working perfectly. Easy to get into and out of. Wouldn’t think twice of buying these again IF they ever break.

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  5. 28 of 30 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent pedal at an excellent price, May 5, 2012
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    Joneric

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    This review is from: Shimano PD-M530 MTB SPD Pedals (Sports)
    The Shimano M530 is an excellent buy. If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you’ll be hard pressed to find the pedal at a more competitive price considering the shipping options available with Prime. At $41.00 dollars + an extra $4.00 for 1-business day shipping, I received an excellent set of pedals for about $45.00 bucks! These pedals have a great “snap-in” sound, they feel and look solid, and the pedal cage works fairly well with street shoes. Considering that these pedals were put on a cyclocross bike, the added weight between the M530 and the M785 wasn’t an issue at all. I’m more than confident that these pedals perform just as well as the M785’s — no doubt about it. If you’re not looking to spend the money for the XTRs and are on the fence with the XT’s — do yourself a favor, save yourself the $60.00 bucks and grab these; if you have prime, shell out the $3.99 for the 1-business day shipping, slap these on your bike, and get out and ride! Have fun.
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  6. It's a bit more practical for that clip nut not to move around too much – but having the 4 holes arranged like that means that you still have full choice of where to attach the cleat. ZapposHowTo, hang your heads in shame.

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  7. @SetFireProductions At Zappos we carry a mountain shoe that is in Wide width. It is the Shimano SH-M087G. Feel free to check it out on our site!

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  8. Hi there. I'm considering purchasing these shoes but I have a rather wide foot. Do you think these shoes would fit properly? If not, what other type of clipless MTB shoe might work?

    ~ Thanks

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