Shimano SH-M240L Mountain Shoe

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Shimano SH-M240L Mountain Shoe

Slip and clip into the Shimano SH-M240L Mountain bike shoes! Their custom-fit ergonomics make the SH-M240L the perfect shoes to take on your rides! The SH-M240L are meant for all types of weather conditions, from sunny to thunderous rain storms, these shoes can handle it all- can you?

  • Custom-Fit All-purpose performer
  • Tough and durable shoe excels under all conditions
  • UPPER:Tough synthetic leather upper with low-profile armor
  • Great protection, excellent durability and shape retention
  • Micro-adjust buckle and dual asymmetrical straps
  • Foot held stable and secured with subtle buckle adjustments
  • Anti-slip heel lining knitted with metal fiber prevents heel lift
  • Custom heat moldable insoles accommodate and support feet
  • LAST:Curved, anatomical last with Custom-Fit precision
  • SOLE:Ultra-rigid carbon long fiber shank with tuned flex
  • Best matched with Shimano XTR PD-M985, PD-M980

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A: The estimated weight of this shoe is 15oz.

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excellent fitting shoes - Jan 07, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
SAN Carlos, CA

I got these shoes back in August 2013 and they are awesome. I custom fit them at home easily, and am really impressed with how much better they fit than my last pair of Shimanos. Zero heel slip. Very light and durable, zero issues so far and I ride em hard. I used to wear Sidi's but am sold on Shimanos now. Great quality, especially for the price.

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Decently stiff - don't hold up real well - Sep 24, 2013

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3 out of 5 stars
Richmond, VA

The stiffness of this shoe and the fit is awesome. Excellent transfer of power directly to the pedal. The stiffness takes away from the walking capability so you wouldn't want to walk too far in these but typical distants aren't an issue. The buckles on these tend to break pretty easily so keep that in mind when cranking them down. Shimano is pretty good about replacing them under the 1 year warranty, anything after that and you can expect to pay around $20 for a new buckle. The designs on the shoes have started to fall off after a year, and although this is purely cosmetic, you end up looking like a bum whose shoes are falling apart.

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