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Subject: Re: Now I'm wondering... Date: 7/10/2014 11:28 AM
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I have Keen clipless sandals & when the temp hits high 80s or higher, I wear them. I'm not sure of the longest distance I have ridden in them but I know it's at least 40 miles. I'm pretty sure Teva makes them, too.

Keens are too narrow for me. I have ridden 100+ at a time in Shimano sandals. They change them from year to year and some years don't have them at all so I have no idea what model I have or if anything like them is still available. But I mostly use Shimano's middle of the pack mtn bike shoes (velcro straps but no crank-tightened thingy).

For folks having trouble unclipping, is it possible the pedal clips are just set too tight? I leave mine pretty loose, just the 1st or 2nd out of 6 levels of tightness.
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