Suplest Edge+ 2.0 Road review - a stiff shoe that breathes

The Edge+ 2.0 delivered plenty of stiffness and comfort but the single BOA dial isn't ideal

Suplest Edge 2.0 road cycling shoes on the pavement
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Cycling Weekly Verdict

A very solid shoe that will be perfect for most riders but if you have narrow feet or a particular penchant for unleashing huge sprints, they won’t suffice.

Reasons to buy
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    Supportive insole

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    Excellent ventilation

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    Very stiff

Reasons to avoid
  • -

    Single BOA can lead to some problems with fit

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The Suplest Edge+ 2.0 Road shoes are the most expensive pair of cycling shoes I've worn, which admittedly raised my expectations. To compete with the best cycling shoes out there they'd need to perform well to justify the high price tag.

My first impressions were good, they arrived with a nice pair of socks and with a neat little travel bag with Suplest branding on. I put some new cleats in and headed out the door on a ride. These shoes are designed for those who ‘love long distance riding’ and they stood up to most of my personal cycling shoe demands. 

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