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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…

£310.00
Score 9

Lake CX332 shoes

The Lake CX332 shoes come with mouldable carbon heel cups, multiple size options for men and women and even a custom colour option

£280.00
Score 10

Shimano RP9

You don't get Boa dials on the Shimano RP9 cycling shoes, but they are heat-mouldable with a stiff carbon sole

£219.99
Score 9

The Giro Savix are excellent mid-level shoes that look good and are comfortable. The Boa dial offers great adjustment and the cleat compatibility is useful

£99.99
Score 8

Fizik has simplified the design of its top Fizik M3B MTB shoe, which now uses just a single Boa closure, but has this affected fit?

£229.99
Score 9

DMT RS1 Shoes

The DMT RS1 is the latest high performance road cycling shoe from the Italian brand. It was developed with and has been worn by Olympic Omnium Champion, Elia Viviani

£275.00
Score 7

Great quality shoes that are stiff, comfortable and won't break the bank, even if they are a tad heavy

£109.00
Score 9

A vibrant, classy looking pair of shoes that are great once you master the narrow fit system

£249.99
Score 8

Fizik R5B Uomo

Fizik R5B Uomo road cycling shoe is the Italian brands entry level option, though they certainly look everything but a high-end racing cycling shoe

£129.99
Score 8

Giro W Empire ACC Shoes

These classy-looking lace-ups certainly stand out from the Boa and Velcro crowd, but does function follow form?

£229.99
Score 9

Not just things of beauty, the Sidi Wire Air Carbon shoes boast performance to match their gorgeous fluoro looks

£325.00
Score 9

Designed for the pro peloton and raced by the cycling elite, there is no denying that the Specialized Women's S-Work 6 is top end in every sense of the word.

£310.00
Score 9

The carbon/fibreglass soled Bontrager Meraj shoes offer a belt and braces approach to secure your foot, so even in the most aggressive of sprint, you should be confident of your…

£169.99
Score 8

The S-Phyre XC9 is the top of Shimano's mtb shoe line-up and worn by a number of elite cyclo-cross riders, including Mathieu van der Poel and junior world, European and…

£319.99
Score 8

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