Shimano SH-MW80 Shoes

Shimano SH-MW80 Shoes
$229.99
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Keep the harsh winter weather at bay with Shimano's rugged SH-MW80 Shoes. The Gore-Tex liners, neoprene uppers and high-top design all work together to keep your feet warm, dry and comfortable. Plus, they feature hook-and-loop closures for a custom fit as well as reflective strips for visibility and rugged soles for traction in the mud and snow. No matter the conditions, it's always a fine day for a ride!

In order to mount your pedal's cleats to your shoes, they must have matching bolt patterns. There are three configurations (diagram) used on cycling shoes, SPD-R, Look and SPD. Road shoes feature one, two or even all three of these. Mountain-bike shoes usually use the SPD pattern. If you're unsure what bolt pattern your shoes use, please contact us. We're here to help!
Shimano Shoe Sizing Chart
This chart is to help you evaluate the fit. (Some of the sizes shown may not be offered.)

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN Store SKU
40 689228256187 MW8040
41 689228256194 MW8041
42 689228256200 MW8042
43 689228256217 MW8043
44 689228256224 MW8044
45 689228256231 MW8045
46 689228256248 MW8046 42024
47 689228256255 MW8047
48 689228256262 MW8048

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Pros

  • Durable sole 
  • Simple to use 
  • Sub zero warm 

Cons

  • Not for rain 
  • No ventilation 

Best Uses

  • Everyday riding 
  • Good for commuting 
  • Long-distance riding 

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SH-MW80 are not a rain boot

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from Seattle WA

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

  • Simple to Use
  • Sub Zero Warm
  • Durable Sole

Cons

  • Not for Rain
  • No ventilation

Best Uses

  • Everyday riding
  • Commuter shoes
  • Long-distance riding

Comments:

I bought these to ride in the rain and they failed. I tried pants over the shoes, socks tucked inside the boot and still my feet were soaked. It takes a week for them to dry out because they are insulated in layers. They are a great sub-zero boot...just not in the rain. I am back to rubber overbooties in the rain.

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