Everything tagged with shoes

Blog post: LAKE MX85 shoes, £79.99, www.todayscyclist.co.uk

Lake has been producing shoes for pretty much every cycling discipline for the last 30 years and the MX85 is one of its most popular models. It’s primarily designed for mountain biking, but many people happily use it for recreational ridin...

Blog post: POLARIS Bojo, £64.99, www.polaris-apparel.co.uk

Long-time bikewear brand Polaris recently unveiled this urban cycling shoe, aimed squarely at commuters and tourers. It has a fairly robust synthetic suede upper, a PVC heel box for stability and moderately rugged outsole. We found it best suite...

Blog post: KEEN Commuter sandals, £84.99, www.keenfootwear.com

These sandals will take SPD cleats, or you can cover the recess with the supplied plate if you’re going to use them with flat pedals or for short treks. They're a bit solid and clunky to walk any distance in comfort, but on the bike, the...

Blog post: LAKE I/O SDL sandals, £79.99, www.todayscyclist.co.uk

The Lake I/O SDLs are less cumbersome than some cycling sandals, but the non-marking Vibram sole is stiff enough to make it a useful bike shoe. A panel over the top of your foot gives you ventilation and flexibility where you need it, and a rubb...

Blog post: MISSION WORKSHOP Rondel shoe, £125, www.missionworkshop.com

As these were the first pair of Rondels in the UK, it’s been our pleasure to hammer them over a particularly grim winter. Smarter than a ‘skate-style' shoe, they’re designed to be worn all day about town; the midsole gives en...