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Lake CX237 Road Carbon Twin Boa Shoes

Lake CX237 Road Carbon Twin Boa Shoes

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Product Description

Lake's CX237 road cycling shoes are designed for any condition. A pro level fit with an optimised heel, instep and forefoot area secures your feet. When combined with a dual side BOA lacing system you get a truly refined fit.

Improving pedalling efficiency is a 100% Carbon Fibre Sole that transfers every watt of energy through the pedals. The Lake CX237 carbon shoes use a full grain leather upper with mesh areas for a quality look and feel that works to keep your feet cool on warmer rides.

Key Features

  • Upper: Full grain leather and mesh
  • Outsole: Lake Race 100% Carbon Fibre Sole
  • Available in 3-hole cleat pattern
  • Lining: Leather heel lining
  • Closure: Dual Side mounted Push/Pull BOA lacing system with releasable lace guides
  • Last: Competition Last: The Competition last is specifically shaped for optimal power transfer and comfort. Like the CFC race last, the Competition last puts the foot in a position that allows the energy to be focused to the spindle but also offers more room for the forefoot to expand allowing for a comfortable fit for extreme long-distance riding.

Technologies:

BOA Closure System is a micro-cable closure system provides a fine-tuneable, evenly-distributed closure that eliminates pressure points & hot spots. It is the first mechanical system to meet our exacting standards. Boa is a registered trademark of Boa Technology Inc.

Occasionally, without notice, manufacturers change product design and/or specifications.

Lake CX237 Road Carbon Twin Boa Shoes Reviews

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Overall Rating:
3.3
out of 5
3.33
Build Quality
4.00
Performance
3.50
Value For Money
2.50

Customer Reviews (2)

5
Ideal shoe for wide feet
by Anonymous user on 15/09/2018

I've owned these shoes for 2 years and covered countless miles in them, I have quite wide feet (E) and have tried many different makes over the years and these were the only shoe that has a wide fitting sole and not just an extended upper like so many other brands wide fitting. I was quite taken aback by the other review as unless they have mastered tartan paint i would not have thought they would have carbon weave paint, the soles are indeed 100% carbon fibre. So if like me you have a wider foot please try a pair of these on, you might be shocked to find that you can have a comfy cycling shoe.

I've owned these shoes for 2 years and covered countless miles in them, I have quite wide feet (E) and have tried many different makes over the years and these were the only shoe that has a wide fitting sole and not just an extended upper like so many other brands wide fitting. I was quite taken aback by the other review as unless they have mastered tartan paint i would not have thought they would have carbon weave paint, the soles are indeed 100% carbon fibre. So if like me you have a wider foot please try a pair of these on, you might be shocked to find that you can have a comfy cycling shoe.

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4.7 out of 5
Build Quality: 5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 4/5
2
Upper fine, sole unit finish poor
by Pete G on 19/08/2016

I bought these shoes to replace a pair of cheap Shimanos. The upper is top quality, the fit is good and the lacing system is fantastic. After my first ride with these shoes, the underside shows unsightly scratches of what now appears to be a faux painted finish (to look like woven carbon fibre). The paint is so thin, that the white-ish base material is now showing through at the toe and on the inside edge. (And I remember only having to unclip on three occasions.) It's also apparent now that the toe area of the outer sole doesn't have any reinforced section (which even my old £40 Shimanos had). For me these Lake shoes were a luxury, but I didn't realise that I would also have to treat them with kid gloves. After a few more rides these shoes will look terrible. I should have put my money elsewhere. If you are after something that will stand up to regular wear and tear, then I would look for a different brand. When it comes to replacement time (not too far away, unfortunately) I won't be buying a pair of Lake shoes.

I bought these shoes to replace a pair of cheap Shimanos. The upper is top quality, the fit is good and the lacing system is fantastic. After my first ride with these shoes, the underside shows unsightly scratches of what now appears to be a faux painted finish (to look like woven carbon fibre). The paint is so thin, that the white-ish base material is now showing through at the toe and on the inside edge. (And I remember only having to unclip on three occasions.) It's also apparent now that the toe area of the outer sole doesn't have any reinforced section (which even my old £40 Shimanos had). For me these Lake shoes were a luxury, but I didn't realise that I would also have to treat them with kid gloves. After a few more rides these shoes will look terrible. I should have put my money elsewhere. If you are after something that will stand up to regular wear and tear, then I would look for a different brand. When it comes to replacement time (not too far away, unfortunately) I won't be buying a pair of Lake shoes.

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2 out of 5
Build Quality: 3/5
Performance: 2/5
Value For Money: 1/5