Our pick of the best cycling shoe deals the internet has to offer
A good pair of cycling shoes can make a big difference to your riding, giving a better, more comfortable fit, or giving a super-stiff sole for improved power transfer to get you a second or two closer to that KOM you covet.
We’ve trawled the internet to bring you the best deals on cycling shoes, so you don’t have to break the bank in picking up a great pair…
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Sidi Wire Carbon Air shoe – was £325, now £283.41
The discount on these snazzy slippers is a sniff under £100, and considering their premium status that’s no laughing matter.
As the name suggests, the sole is a carbon job, with plenty of ventilation. The upper is the same with its perforated texture.
Giro Republic road shoe – was £135, now £108
The Giro Republics are not just the classiest commuting shoes going, they’re also probably the most technical. They’re made with a super technical micro-perforated upper, have a medium arch support sole and even have anti-bacterial treatment to stop them honking.
Specialized women’s Ember road shoe – was £129, now £65
The excellent Ember road shoe is now at half price. A 6.0 stiffness index on the sole is the perfect mixture of comfort and performance, and Specialized’s sizing has alway been spot on.
Giro Empire SLX – was £275, now £192.50
Without a doubt, these will make you the envy of all your mates. But not only are they seriously stylish, they’re also highly technical – these come with a seriously stiff EC90 carbon sole.
Specialized Expert 2017 Road Shoes – was £184.99, now £100
The Expert shoes from Specialized feature the brands renowned Body Geometry sole and footbed, ergonomically designed to correct any tracking issues at the knee. The FACT carbon sole boasts a Stiffness Index of 8.5, and these come with Boa IP1 deals and a light and supple thermo bonded upper.
Specialized Zante 2017 women’s road shoe – was £184.99, now £100
The Zante shoe from Specialized also features a Body Geometry sole and footbed, in a women’s specific design with narrower heel cup. There’s a FACT carbon sole, with Boa IP1 deals and reflective details at the heel as well as a thermobonded upper.
Fizik R1B SPD-SL Road Shoes 2017 – was £299.99, now £249.99
Developed in collaboration with leading professional cyclists and featuring in the World Tour, Olympic and World Champs races in 2017, the R1B’s from Fizik are performance shoes. Full UD carbon sole with microtex laser perforated upper, with two top of the range dual direction adjustable 1P1-B Boa dials plus a Fizik insole.
Giro Solara II Women’s Road Shoe – was £124.99, now £62.49
Reduced to £62.49 in black, or £71.99 in white, the Solara II road shoes from Giro come with a microfiber upper, with a micro ratcheting buckle, which provides precise adjustment. A welded and bonded upper reduces seams and thus hot spots, and a stuff DuPont Zytel nylon outersole provides efficiency without a heavy price tag.
Fizik R3B Donna Women’s cycling shoe was £220, now £149
The Donna is a high end, women’s specific cycling shoe. They’re lightweight at 210g a pair and have a Boa Dial closure system and a carbon fibre sole.
Specialized Comp road shoe was £150, now £82.50
For the discount price of £105, you get a Boa dial, a stiff Nylon sole and Specialized’s excellent Body Geometry shoe fit.
We’ll keep adding more shoe deals – so keep your eyes peeled…