Sette Epic Mountain Shoes w/ Buckle
The Sette Epic shoe re-writes the book when it comes to style, performance and comfort. Its aggressive cross-country racing design combined with several outstanding features make it the leader of the pack.
I rode with the same shoe for 10 years till the exploded. my buddy told me to check out the Sette Epic! he has been riding that shoe for 5 years now! I purchased this shoe 2 months ago and it is one of the best fitting and performing shoes I think I have ever worn. I wished Sette made a street shoe similar its that comfortable, I basically for the last 2 months when I am not wearing my Chacos I wear the Sette Epic!! Great price great performance and great comfort!! You need this shoe!!
The Epic Mtn shoes are great fitting and provide all day comfort. They are stiff and offer strong pedal power. The soles are a bit slick on rock and wet surfaces, but grippy in dry and dusty conditions. Great value and perform like upper end shoes. Durable!
These have been my favorite shoe so far. Tried specialized and shimano, and these lasted longer and were more comfortable . I used them for commuting to work (66 miles a week) and for all types of mountain biking. After 2years, one of buckles broke when i got hit by a car and was sent flying in the air. Now that im all healed up its time to get a new pair and start riding again.
Great MTB shoes, I’ve being riding in those shoes for a three month and find it very comfortable and breathable. Consider buy one size up, definitely would recommend it to a friend.
Hard to beat this shoe for the money! I had my shoes for six years before the left buckle strap tore. I continued to ride, ignoring the strap because the treads continued to hold up well under a lot of street riding. I like a stiffer sole and tread and these shoes are definitely stiff in that regard, so there is no flex at all. The toe and heel caps have protected the shoes from looking bad and the ratcheting top strap was a bonus for these shoes. Overall, I thought they were comfortable and were a nice step up from my original Nike Yuha Plus shoes. Size-wise, I think they are pretty true to size. My original Sette Epics were 44s, though I probably should have purchased the 45s for a little extra room in the toebox. I am considering another pair of these over a pair of Shimano M087s and have decided to give these shoes a five-star rating because of the features and durability. The old shoes still looked good even after the strap tore, which was disappointing. I didn't see that coming, but still feel the shoes, for the money, are a five-star purchase.