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We’ve tested Shimano’s new single Boa-dial RC7 shoes. A lot cheaper than the top RC9, do they compromise on performance?

£169.99
Score 8

The Bontrager Specter shoe sits in Bontrager's mid to upper range of cycling shoes, but do they have the performance to match?

£129.99
Score 9

The Giro Factor Techlace shoe covers all bases with laces, Velcro, and Boa dials – and also provides excellent comfort and performance.

£289.99
Score 9

How do the Tour de France-winning Sidi Shot shoes – as worn by Chris Froome – live up to the hype?

£350.00
Score 8

Shimano has launched its first shoes will Boa dial closures. Called the Shimano S-Phyre they come in road and MTB versions and use two boa dials to close

£319.99
Score 9

Italian shoe brand Gaerne makes quite a range of road cycling shoes. Founded in 1962, it’s the brand of choice for a lot of pros including André Greipel and many…

£130.00
Score 9

The Mavic Cosmic Ultimate shoes which offer the ventilation and stiff sole that you'd expect from such a pricey pair of shoes, with wide fit available too.

£265.00
Score 9

The Fizik R1B Uomo shoes are exquisite shoes that are light, stiff and comfortable. However they're eye-wateringly expensive and difficult to keep clean.

£279.99
Score 8

northwave extreme shoes

The Northwave Extreme shoes are stiff, comfortable and well-ventilated shoes, but are let down by the in-house dials that are fiddly compared to Boas.

£259.99
Score 9

We've tested the DMT R1 shoes, the Italian brand's top road cycling shoes. They look distinctive but does their performance measure up against the competition?

£200.00
Score 7

The Giro Prolight SLX II is a super light shoe but does being featherweight compromise performance? Here is our review.

£299.99
Score 8

northwave evolution plus shoes

The Northwave Evolution Plus shoes take all the clever tech from Northwave's more expensive road shoes, and puts into a relatively more affordable package.

£159.99
Score 9

sidi ergo 4 shoes

We review the Sidi Ergo 4 shoes, which have an impressive level of adjustability, but lose points for their weight, bulky look, and relatively high price.

£240.00
Score 8

Bont Vaypor Sprint wide shoes (3)

The Bont Vaypor S are the Australian company’s latest top of the range shoes and are designed for both speed and comfort

£270.00
Score 9

Endorsements don’t come much better than breaking the Hour Record, which is exactly what Rohan Dennis did while wearing a pair of Fizik R3B shoes. They have other fans in the…

£215.00
Score 9

Lace-up shoes are becoming more and more popular. The Specialized S-Works Sub 6 shoes are said to be light, stiff and aero

£250.00
Score 9

The classic look of the Giro Empire SLX shoes certainly catch the eye, but is it a case of form over function?

£249.99
Score 9

The Specialized Audax shoes are designed to be worn on long rides. We see whether they can last the distance

£200.00
Score 7

Fizik has been broadening its range of cycling components and clothing over recent years and moved into selling cycling shoes in 2010. Last year it started to offer versions of…

£139.99
Score 9

The Giro Gauge Mountain bike shoes may not have the glitz and glamour of the arguably more fashionable (and more expensive) Giro VR 90 shoes, but if you are into…

£169.99
Score 7

On paper, there should be a lot to like about the Mavic Ksyrium Pro Thermo shoes. Inspired by cross country skiing boots, the Gore-Tex outer is designed to be windproof,…

£135.00
Score 6

If you’re serious about cyclocross, and want to add a bit of glamour to racing round a muddy field on a rainy Sunday morning, then the Giro Empire VR90 shoes…

£219.99
Score 9

Low profile, light and extremely stiff, these S-Works shoes are a common site in the pro peloton, and you’ve only got to ride them to the end of your road…

£280.00
Score 9