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Shimano SH-R087G Road Shoe (44)

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Size: 44/ Normal Width
Color: Gray
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  • synthetic-and-mesh
  • SPD and SPD-SL cleat compatible
  • PD-A520 usable only with SM-SH40
  • SOLE: Lightweight glass fiber reinforced-polyamide sole
  • LAST: Close-to-foot fit last
  • Snug, durable and breathable comfort

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Product Description

The Road Competition series combines the three most important properties of a competitive racing shoe: Stability, Rigidity and Light Weight.UPPER: Supple strech resistant synthetic leather and meshMicro-adjust buckle and dual off-set strapsSnug, durable and breathable comfortLAST: Close-to-foot fit lastSOLE: Lightweight glass fiber reinforced-polyamide soleSPD and SPD-SL cleat compatiblePD-A520 usable only with SM-SH40

  • ASIN: B00AFLDDL2
  • Product Dimensions: 13.1 x 7.8 x 4.8 inches; 2.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.1 pounds
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #91,043 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    48 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Anonymoose on April 4, 2011
    I came from the M086 shoe, which is basically the previous year's iteration with a black/white color pattern. I wore those shoes for 1.5 years and THRASHED them 3-4 times per week over rough terrain until the bottom started ripping of near the cleat. Not a great way for a shoe to go, but not bad either.

    This shoe is a tad lighter and the casing is far more comfortable. I bought the exact same size as the M086, but unlike the M086, this shoe did not need any "break-in" time. It fit like a glove. It feels like the leather is softer and more flexy where you need it, all around the sides of the front foot (I have wide feet). Only the tip is stiff, so it feels amazing and you dont notice the stiffness other than the shoe having zero flex when you pedal. Silver color looks good.

    My only gripe that keeps this from a 5 star: Tongue design.

    The top CENTER of the tongue is a fabric, unlike the leather, that makes it nice and pliable so it doesn't dig into the top of your foot where your ankle stops and you leg starts. Well, that's great... but the SIDES of the top of the tongue (imagine a "U" shape with the fabric in the middle) are a bit thicker to accommodate the stitching of the fabric middle as well as its own leather. The result is a SLIGHTLY thicker side edge of the tongue, about 1cm wide.

    This usually would not be a problem... but, it lines up perfectly with one of the harder parts of the top bucks. In the end, there is a dime-sized pressure point at the top of your foot, interior side, just below the top.

    I'm finicky, I guess. My first ride was a LONG race in these and they performed admirably. I did not get a blister on this spot, and only noticed it when I was walking around.
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    18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By H. Thai on February 25, 2011
    Size: 44Color: Gray Verified Purchase
    These are great shoes overall, I have about 400 miles on them already and I ride anywhere between 10 and 15 miles a trip and I've never gotten blisters on them.

    They really nice to walk around in once you're done with your ride. The latch system is top notch and I would recommend them to anyhow looking at entry level shoes.
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    18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By JohnC on April 4, 2012
    I have been using this shoe for over a year and found it to excellent I use them for road and mountain biking. I am buy and second pair so I have a pair at two different locations. One thing I found very confusing when I went to buy the second pair is that when you order the shoe that Amazon lists as SH-M087G (this site) it will automatically change it to SH-M087GE when you put it in your wish list or cart which is the wider version of the shoe. Amazon is supposed to be working on the problem. If you order the shoes listed as SH-087 shoes you get the normal width or wider version if you ask for the wider version.

    The Shimano SH-M087 is the basic shoe number, the only different in the SH-087G is the color G stands for grey; all the shoes are grey anyway. SH-087GE means grey and the wider version.
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    8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By James on May 23, 2011
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    This is my first clipless shoe but I already love them. They are extremely comfortable and take no time to break in. I ride very technical terrain so the need to be able to climb in the shoe was very important and these shoes worked perfectly. The shoes are stiff when in the pedals but offer good grip when climbing slippery terrain. Altogether these are great shoes for the cost and are as comfortable as normal shoes, definitely worth the money.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Marko14 on March 2, 2012
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    I am brand new to the clipless pedals/cycling shoes world and I couldn't ask for a better shoe to start off with. I am a size 12 in virtually every shoe available, so I ordered the 47's and they fit perfectly. Installation of my cleats took 3 minutes thanks to the easy to follow instructions that came with the shoe, and youtube videos. After riding over 100 miles my first week they are still comfortable and I can't wait to put many more miles on these bad boys. The best part about this purchase is definitely the price and the prime eligible shipping method. Highly highly recommend these shoes.
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    4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Gearhead Mania TOP 500 REVIEWER on July 28, 2012
    Shimano SH-M087G Size 47

    I normally wear size US 12 athletic sneakers, and US 11 dress/casual shoes (thinner socks), and US 12 boots. The EUR conversions aren't always accurate, but EUR 46 is normally what I wear. With the Shimano cycling shoes, I followed Shimano's recommended size chart, which indicated I wanted a EUR 47 to fit my US 12 size, and it worked out great. I felt the insoles in the SH-M087G are a tad thin, causing my smaller foot to move just a tad. I have some Spenco running insoles that I may use to pad it up a little. Otherwise the sole is very stiff (as it should be), and the tread pattern is designed for rugged terrain and even some limited walking. These take the SPD cleats (2 bolts), but you can buy a version that uses the Look pattern (3 bolts).

    The shoes come with a pair of cleat nuts. These cleat nuts are important because that is how I can attach the SPD cleats. I bought a pair of Shimano A530 pedals and SH56 multi-release cleats, only to find neither included cleat nuts. The nuts apparently come only with the shoes, so make sure your cleat nuts aren't missing in the shoe box.

    The tongue is a bit stiff, and tends to dig into the front of the ankle. I find myself cinching down the middle Velcro clasp a lot more, causing some of it to hang loose in excess. The ratcheting clasp is a very good setup, it reminds me of motorcross boots or my motorcycle road racing boots.

    The styling and color is very lacking in innovation, they look rather bland and could use some more attractive colors. I'd recommend the SH-M087G as trainers for a road or mountain bike, but if you plan to participate in a race, I'd go with an even stiffer sole and more lightweight road bike shoe with the Look cleats.
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