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Shimano SH-AM7 MTB Shoe - grey/blue

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Description of Shimano SH-AM7 MTB Shoe - grey/blue

Versatile downhill/enduro SPD shoe with exceptional pedaling performance.

Features
  • Perforated synthetic upper with mesh for heat management
  • Molded toe cap for additional toe protection
  • Stretch mesh ankle collar offers additional debris protection
  • Pedal channel for stable shoe to pedal platform when not clipped in
  • Includes one pair of alternative color spare laces
  • Ultra-grip rubber sole with toe and heal traction tread improve walking

Best match: PD-M820, PD-M9020
Included in delivery: 1 pair of shoes, 2 pairs of laces
Sole standard: SPD
Weight supplement: manufacturer's specs, size 42
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Fact Sheet of Shimano SH-AM7 MTB Shoe - grey/blue

Product Name: Shimano SH-AM7 MTB Shoe - grey/blue
Manufacturer: Shimano Equipment
Item Code: SHE354464
Dangerous goods: no
activity: Bike
gender: men
usage bikesport: MTB
shoe version: Cleat Support
sole stiffness: stiff
shoe accessories: for lacing
sole: rubber sole
sole stiffness index: 6
Model year: 2019
Season: Autumn/Winter
Color: Grey
weight: 408g
Manufacturer page: http://www.shimano-europe.com/
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Selection: Shimano SH-AM7 MTB Shoe - grey/blue
Still 2 in stock in stock, delivery time 2-4 weeks Size EU (US) 38 (5)
Still 2 in stock in stock, delivery time 2-4 weeks Size EU (US) 39 (6)
Still 2 in stock in stock, delivery time 2-4 weeks Size EU (US) 41 (7.7)
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Excellent so far
Bought these to replace my Giro Rumble shoes. The Giro were more like a summer hiking shoe, comfortable, breezy, with a grippy vibram sole but zero protection on the uppers. Sole was good for walking but not as stiff for pedalling. The Shimano on the other hand have a very stiff sole for a "trail" shoe. You don't feel any pressure points when pedalling. The uppers have lots of protection, so food for rocky trails. The neoprene cuff really helps keep dirt out. There is some ventilation, but it is definitely gonna be hot in the summer due to the thickness of materials. Ok for people who want to have one pair for all seasons though. If they prove to be durable over time they will deserve a 5/5 rating.
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