User review: Shimano MT71 Gore-Tex SPD MTB/Touring cycle shoe

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3 thoughts on “User review: Shimano MT71 Gore-Tex SPD MTB/Touring cycle shoe

  1. Nice review, question if I may; do you take the cleats off when you go hiking? I found it a bit of a pain unsrewing the cleats and the screwing them back on in the morning to continue to ride.

    • Hi Pete

      Good question. If I was only going to be walking for less than an hour I just left the cleats in. However it was a bit crunchy and annoying if walking in gravel/rocks. If I was going to go on a proper hike I would usually be doing it on my non-riding day and go for a longer 5-6 hour hike along a trail. In this case I would just have to spend the 5 minutes to swap the cleats with the rubber cover so it would be nicer to walk in. I wouldn’t want to do it every day, but I only had to do it a few times so it is wasn’t a hassle for me.

      Thanks for stopping by!

      Katrl

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