Specialized Comp Road Shoe

Specialized Comp Road Shoe
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Specialized's Comp Road Shoes boast stiff injection-molded soles for awesome pedal power, supple, breathable uppers for top comfort and Specialized's excellent Body Geometry insoles that perfectly position your feet. The Comps also have Boa closures and Velcro straps that let you dial in the ultimate fit.

Specialized Men's Shoe Sizing Chart

This manufacturer's chart helps you check the fit (may show unavailable, and/or not all sizes).

Boa Lacing System

In lieu of standard Velcro straps, these shoes use the innovative Boa lacing system. The micro-adjustable Boa dials and wire laces evenly distribute pressure for a custom fit, maximum comfort, excellent pedaling efficiency and even hot-spot prevention. Plus, the dials are easy to use and rebuildable, too.

In order to mount your pedal cleats to your shoes, they must have matching bolt patterns (pedals come with cleats, shoes come without). 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 equipment uses, please contact us. We're here to help!

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5.0

(based on 3 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Durable sole  (3)
  • Simple to use  (3)
  • Well ventilated  (3)
  • Good traction  (2)
  • Good for walking 

Cons

  • Cold feet in winter 
  • Hard to walk in 

Best Uses

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

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5

These are awesome shoes.

By 

from Houston,tx

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

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

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Commuter shoes
    • Long-distance riding
    • Everyday riding

    Comments:

    Is the best shoes I every had. don't get hot spot on my feet anymore

    4

    Sizing Chart Is Incorrect for this shoe!

    By 

    from La Verne, CA

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Pros

    • Durable Sole
    • Well Ventilated
    • Good Traction
    • Simple to Use

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Everyday riding

      Comments:

      Purchased this shoe using the provided sizing chart. Wear a size 13 1/2 US which states a EU size of 46.5 Paid for rush delivery to get this as a gift for fathers day only to find the shoe is too small. Specialized road shoes are a slight size up on the EU chart. Should have been a EU 47 instead. Needless to say ruined the Fathers Day gift and planned fathers day ride for the weekend. New shoe order won't arrive until well into the next week. Tried on the 47 in-store and fit well. Cant wait to actually get them and put them to good use. Word to the wise when ordering from this website. Reference the manufactures website to get the correct sizing before ordering from here.

      5

      Grate shoe, grate price

      By 

      from Spring, Tx

      About Me Avid Cyclist

      Pros

      • Durable Sole
      • Simple to Use
      • Well Ventilated
      • Lightweight

      Cons

      • Hard to Walk In
      • Cold feet in winter

      Best Uses

      • Commuter shoes
      • Everyday riding
      • Climbing
      • Long-distance riding
      • Sprinting

      Comments:

      Grate road shoe at a grate price. I bought the 2011 model shoes back in early April of '11. Its more of in entry level road shoe price but the quality and feel of the shoe is much better. The Body Geomerty tecnoligh is grate. I love the Boa closure. Gets the shoe nice and snug and doesnt leave the shoe feeling lose. The shoes arnt the best to walk in, but then again what road shoe is? The shoes are well ventilated and keep your feet dry in the summer months. The only bad thing I can say about the shoes is that in winter youll need a shoe cover or a toe cover to keep the cold air out. I use a toe cover and it seems to be a bit better.

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