large size Bike Shoes in Tokyo

Malte

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Sep 26, 2011
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#1
I am looking to buy MTB Bike Shoes (e.g. from Shimano) in size 45-46.
Do you know of a shop in Tokyo that has large size shoes on stock (with reasonable prices)?

Thanks,
Malte
 

leicaman

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Sep 20, 2012
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Asakadai, Saitama
#2
I found that ys in shinjuku had a reasonable selection of shoes with some in larger sizes. Can't remember if they had any MTB shoes in larger sizes but I got some winter road shoes size 47 from there. A lot of the stock is older stuff so they are pretty decent prices. Mine were originally 27,000 yen reduced to 13,000.
 

theBlob

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Sep 28, 2011
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#4
I got my 45 sidi ergs at Nalsima, not MTB shoes but I think they have decent stock.

There is always the internet once you know what size you are in your shoe of choice.
 

Sheep

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Jul 27, 2009
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Tokyo
#5
Oh to be able to fit into a 47...

Definitely worth getting from a shop rather than online first, as fits vary (I had no choice but online because of my clown feet).
 

GrantT

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Oct 2, 2012
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Setagaya
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Just fyi, Wiggle says it has a 365 day returns policy and credits up to £25 on postage cost. Could buy 1 or 2 sizes of a few different shoes, try them on (don't remove any tags and keep the packaging as new) and send back the ones you don't want. Sending each pair back individually should mean you get the £25 postage credit on each pair.
 

Musashi13

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Ichikawa, Chiba
#7
Just fyi, Wiggle says it has a 365 day returns policy and credits up to £25 on postage cost. Could buy 1 or 2 sizes of a few different shoes, try them on (don't remove any tags and keep the packaging as new) and send back the ones you don't want. Sending each pair back individually should mean you get the £25 postage credit on each pair.
The postage back doesn't count if you order the wrong size, only if they send you a size other than the one you ordered. If it's their fault they'll reimburse you, if it's yours they wont.