Shimano SH-MT21 Shoes

Shimano SH-MT21 Shoes
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Shimano combines street-smart looks with cycling efficiency in the MT21 shoes. They're comfortable, sporty and easily accept cleats (sold separately) when you're ready for clipless pedals. These shoes also feature reflective accents for safety and rubber soles for a great grip.

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/SPD-SL 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
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3.0

(based on 3 reviews)

33%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Look good  (2)
  • Simple to use  (2)
  • Durable sole 
  • Good for walking 
  • Good traction 

Cons

  • Hard to walk in  (2)
  • Flimsy insert 
  • Letahl on concrete slopes 
  • Lethal on concrete slopes 

Best Uses

  • Good for commuting  (3)
  • Long-distance riding  (2)
  • Sprinting  (2)
  • Everyday riding 

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Short walks only

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from Suffolk, England

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

  • Simple to Use
  • Look good

Cons

  • Letahl on concrete slopes
  • Hard to Walk In

Best Uses

  • Commuter shoes
  • Long-distance riding
  • Sprinting

Comments:

These shoes are promoted as "comfortable for walking". This is fine for walking from the bike park to the office, it is reasonable for walking on grass or carpet, but not true for exploring somewhere or standing around for a while, because you are walking on the cleats. My main concern is that they feel lethal when trying to push the bike up a concrete slope or to climb concrete steps. This makes them a big disappointment. It's like wearing high soles rather than high heels!

2

Short walks only

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from Lowestoft, England.

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

  • Look good

Cons

  • Hard to Walk In
  • Lethal on concrete slopes

Best Uses

  • Long-distance riding
  • Commuter shoes
  • Sprinting

Comments:

These shoes are promoted as "comfortable for walking". This is fine for the walk from bike park to office, it is reasonably true if you are walking on grass or carpet, but forget them if you want to explore somewhere, stand for a long time, or go shopping in them, because you are actually walking on the cleats, not on the rubber sole. My worst experiences have been when I have been trying to push my bike up a concrete slope or to climb concrete steps, when they feel lethal.

4

From the street to the office...

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from Honolulu, HI

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

  • Good Traction
  • Good for Walking
  • Durable Sole
  • Simple to Use

Cons

  • Flimsy insert

Best Uses

  • Everyday riding
  • Commuter shoes

Comments:

I commute to and from work daily, and I'm able to go straight from my bike to my office without skipping a beat. They are comfortable to walk around in, however when riding in the rain the shoes get soaked.

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