Shimano SH-M089 Cycling Shoe – Men’s Black, 46.0/Wide

Shimano SH-M089 Cycling Shoe – Men’s Black, 46.0/Wide

Shimano SH-M089 Cycling Shoe - Men's Black, 46.0/Wide
@ Most recreational riders don’t need a shoe quiver, but it’s still sweet to have kicks that can handle everything from cruises to race day. Shimano’s SH-M089 Mountain Bike Shoes excel when the going gets variable, with a combination of power, comfort, and adaptability that sets them apart from most other trail shoes out there. The synthetic leather and mesh upper is tough, flexible, and breathable, and it resists stretching so you don’t wake up one morning to find that your shoes don’t fit anymore. By combining a ratcheting top strap with two smaller hook-and-loop straps, Shimano endows the SH-M089 with a highly adjustable fit, relieving the pinch that can be caused by strong push-off, especially when you’re out of the saddle. The toe box has a little extra room (and the SH-M089 is available in a wide version, for the fat-footed among us), and the extra-cushioned midsole takes the sting out of hard technical riding and rugged descents. Not content to settle for comfort, Shimano designed

  • Upper Material: synthetic leather, mesh
  • Closure: Cross-X ratchet, hook-and-loop
  • Footbed: cushion
  • Midsole: TORBAL, nylon and fiberglass support
  • Sole: rubber

List Price: $ 119.89

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Giro Apeckx Bike Shoe – Men’s Pure White/Black 45.5

Giro Apeckx Bike Shoe - Men's Pure White/Black 45.5
@ The Apeckx combines a supple microfiber upper with a stiffest-in-class DuPont Zytel sole to create a shoe that rivals designs costing twice as much. Fit is adjustable via the classic combination of a micro-ratcheting buckle and two straps. A supportive, anti-microbial EVA footbed optimizes comfort while reducing odor. Plus, the Apeckx is buiLT on the same last as Giro’s highest-performance shoes, so you get the same unrivaled fit that has made Giro the fastest-growing brand of cycling shoes.

  • Super stiff DuPont Zytel sole
  • Micro-ratcheting buckle and two straps provide precise fit
  • Supportive, anti-microbial EVA footbed
  • Weight: 275 grams

List Price: $ 149.95

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6 thoughts on “Shimano SH-M089 Cycling Shoe – Men’s Black, 46.0/Wide

  1. 11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    these shoes are not stiff enough, August 26, 2015
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    DJZ

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    There are so many things I like about these shoes, but there are a couple important aspects that are really bad.

    The good:
    The rubber on the outsole is great for walking around, and the closure system is secure, although a little goofy with the backwards strap. They vent well, too. I have only had them for a couple months, but they seem well made.

    The bad:
    These shoes are NOT STIFF. I’ve had trouble with toes going numb from my pedals creating a “hot spot” over the cleat. I’ve tried 2 different kinds of Crank Bros cleats on candy pedals and egg beaters, and I’ve tried SPD cleats on some shimano pedals. I also added the crank bros shoe shields in an attempt to add a little stiffness to the cleat area. I think these shoes should work ok on a large platform clipless like a Crank Bros Mallet, but on a mini-platform like the Candy, the shoe simply doesn’t offer enough support.

    Fit… a 48 regular isn’t long enough, and the 49W is too wide. Does shimano make a 49R? Yes, but they don’t sell it in the US market. I tried the 49W, and it has too much volume for my foot. In troubleshooting the numb toes, I tried volume reducers and 3 different insoles in an effort to make them feel better. I’ve settled on a volume reducer and the factory insole, but there is very little arch support and the heel of the shoe doesn’t have a deep enough cup to really lock the back of the foot to the shoe.

    In the end, I’m going to sell these shoes locally and get something stiffer. I really wanted to like them, and I wish I could make them work, but the lack of a stiff sole is what is sending them down the road.

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  2. 9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic fit for a large “standard” foot, not sure about truly “wide” feet, April 20, 2015
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    Im 6’7″ and 300 lbs, and new to cycling so finding cycling shoes (and a bike) to fit a size 15 foot has been a challenge. My foot has always been standard width and my foot has fit every brand quite comfortably in a size 15, including ski boots, etc… for me the only challenge has been finding specialty shoes and boots like these made in a size 15 to handle the length. Shoe width has never been a problem for any footwear before cycling shoes. My initial (limited experience) reaction is that all cycling shoes are made “narrow”, and these shoes listed as “wide” would only be considered a standard width for everyday walking/running/dress shoes. I have an uncle with size 14 wide feet, and all of his everyday wide order shoes are massive compared to my foot, so I do not think a truly wide foot would fit in these, maybe a slightly wide foot at best.

    I tried on 10+ pairs of shoes that were all supposedly fit a size 15 foot (48-50+ EU), and only 1 pair even somewhat comfortably fit my foot, all of them were either horribly small for a 15 or really narrow for a standard width shoe. The one pair that somewhat fit worked well for rides up to 10 miles, but at about 9 miles my toes would go completely numb, and I couldn’t find a way to prevent it. Everyone suggested a shoe problem, and lateral compression of the foot bones in the toe box.

    I found these wide shoes (size 51) and they have been perfect, no numb toes after my first few 15 mile rides, and they are comfortable enough that I don’t even think about immediately taking them off after my ride.

    So again, yes these “wide” shoes have been wonderful, and fit my standard width size 15 foot perfectly. If you have a truly wide foot, I suggest you try these as they are the widest I have found, but be able to return them since my personal opinion is they fit a large standard foot perfectly, not necessarily a wide foot. I will be ordering another pair of these shoes to keep on the shelf for when I wear these out. Anyone with a size 15 foot knows what I’m talking about and is probably laughing since they have don’t this before with shoes they found and like also…

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  3. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Super Comfortable and Practical, January 5, 2015
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    73start

    Presently, I am using these for daily 1.5 to 3 hour indoor cycling workouts, and I LOVE them–the shoes, that is. They’re super comfortable with the added torsional flex, while maintaining good stiffness in the pedal contact area. The insoles are also improved, much more substantial. And, I am totally happy with the extra comfort of the wide sizing, which provides lots of breathing room for my D+ feet. The shoe straps are comfortable, cinch down very easily and hold. The tongues are comfortably padded, supple enough and don’t pinch my feet, which has been a problem for me in previous shoes. The only caveat I suggest goes to compromised compatibility with the Shimano Sh-56 multi-directional spd cleats. There was significant vertical play with each pedal stroke, no matter what binding tension I used on my Shimano XTR 985 pedals. Couldn’t get rid of the play so I switched to the Sh-51 lateral release cleats, which are less thick and provided a secure, highly functional attachment. I do miss the multi-directional release of the sh-56 though. Still, I highly recommend these shoes and commend Shimano on the new design (greater torsional flex than the sh-m089, which they replace).
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  4. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Fit, Feel & Great Look, March 22, 2014
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    These are one of the most comfortable cycling shoes I’ve had. Great fit right out of the box, no pressure points they fit my foot perfectly. I do have a high arch and prominent tarsal bones (top of the mid-foot) the tongue on this shoe is well padded and allows a really snug fit by ratcheting the top strap. Great energy transfer when stomping on the pedals during climbing or getting out of the saddle to sprint. An awesome price point as well.
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  5. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Very happy with the actual fit and comfort of this product, May 21, 2016
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    Kenneth

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    This review is from: Giro Men’s Apeckx Shoes (Sports)
    Very happy with the actual fit and comfort of this product. This is my first pair of cycling shoes so I don’t have much to compare to but there was one major thing I don’t like…. The shoes look nothing like the picture. They have a bright shiny patent leather look to them that I absolutely hate instead of the dull black like in the product picture.

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  6. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Spin Shoes, May 4, 2015
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    Blaski

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    This review is from: Giro Men’s Apeckx Shoes (Sports)
    Love these shoes. I use them for spin classes and they are the most comfortable spin shoes that I have ever had so far. I would use the Giro sizing chart to get the right fit at http://www.giro.com/giro/fitguide/shoes/GIRO_shoe_size_charts_8_10.pdf. Lastly, I don’t use SPD but 3 hole cleats so don’t know if these are compatible with SPD.
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