Lightweight and comfortable on and off the bike, the Shimano MO76 MTB bike shoes ease new riders into cycling with versatility for commuting and recreational use.
Great shoe for the recreational cyclist
Sizing: Feels half size too small
Width: Feels true to width
Pros: Durable Sole, Easy to use
Cons: Uncomfortable SOMETIMES
Best Uses: Cycling
Describe Yourself: Casual/ Recreational
Was this a gift?: No
I've been cycling for about 4 months now and I must say I've found it to be quite addictive. Well I had lunch with a best friend of mine and she cycles as well and informed me that she had bought some cycling shoes and told me how much of a difference she feels when she uses her shoes. So I went to my neighborhood R.E.I store after doing some web research and found myself interested originally in the Shimano RO76. The sales lady informed me that since I was taking a cycling class that the RO76's probably wouldn't be the best ones since they have a slick bottom and I could possibly slip. So she recommended the mountain version, the MO76, exact same feel just a tread bottom so I can walk with the shoes.
I tried them on and they felt perfect I would recommend for those interested get a size up. I normally wear a size 10 in womens, which is a European 41, I had to get a 42 to give myself some comfortable room and that is even with cycling socks on.
Only gripe I would have is that after cycling for about 30-40 mins at the tip of the shoe, your big toes might become a bit sore. I've heard this from other cyclists as well who wear cycling shoes in general not just with this particular model.