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Old May 24th 07, 09:16 PM posted to rec.bicycles.off-road,rec.bicycles.misc
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Default Clipless Shoes for Mt Biking - Suggestion?

Hello,
I'm looking for a good shoe that I can wear for Mt Biking. I do NOT
use clips!

What I'm looking for is a good shoe to wear which would dry out faster
than a regular tennis shoe. Is that even possible??

The problem I have with the typical Mt Bike shoes out there now is
that they are either 1) made for clips or 2) have stiff soles.

Should I just continue to wear regular tennis shoes and perhaps buy
some water proof socks or ??

Thanks,

i o n a t e A T h o t m a i l D O T c o m

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