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Shimano SH-GR701 Flat Pedal Shoes

Shimano SH-GR701 Flat Pedal Shoes

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Rated 4.7 stars
7 Reviews

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The Shimano SH-GR701 provides everything you need from a high level, flat pedal shoe. Excellent grip from the Michelin rubber outsole, extra impact protection from its robust toe cap and padded ankle collar, and importantly, comfortable walking.

Who's It For: This shoe is designed for hard-hitting days on the pedals and is perfect for Aggressive Trail, Enduro or DH riding.

Pedal Interface: Flat pedals only.

Closure: Nothing too fancy here, they feature a traditional lace-up style closure.

Upper Materials: The upper is made from a combination of mesh and durable TPU. This stops the shoe from absorbing a lot of water and allows it to dry quickly (no more stinky bags). They also feature an asymmetrically raised padded ankle collar and sidewall sole for added protection.

Sole Materials: The sole is made with a high-grip Michelin rubber bottom, with EVA and a shank plate for extra protection.

Sole Type: The sole is divided into three parts. It features an extremely grippy middle section for your pedals and added tread for walking on the heel and toe sections.

Weight: 382gm for a size 42.

Last/Width type: Features Shimano's Volume Tour last which has extra volume a(more...)

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4.7
Rated 4.7 stars
Based on 7 reviews
Total 5 star reviews: 5 Total 4 star reviews: 2 Total 3 star reviews: 0 Total 2 star reviews: 0 Total 1 star reviews: 0
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7 reviews
  • Serge
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    9 months ago
    Sticks like Glue

    I never really understood how dedicated MTB shoes could make that much of a difference, but after getting my Shimano GR701s and combining them with a new set of crank brothers stamp 1 pedals I finally get it.

    The Michelin sole has the perfect tread pattern to grip like glue so there is absolutely no slip even in mud and creek crossings.

    The uppers are firm, offering great impact protection. Mud falls straight off, leaving them dry and looking good.

    Whilst I initially felt my heel slip when walking, this is not an issue at all when riding, and the collar on the rear keeps most dirt and mud out. The firm sole gives great support.

    Really glad I made this purchase with the crank brothers flat pedal

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  • Mick
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    10 months ago
    Great shoes

    Great shoes, fit my wide feet well, plenty of grip on the pedals and no dirt in them at the end of the ride. What more do you want?

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  • Antony L.
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    1 year ago
    good

    Has boosted my bunnyhop height

    Better than the gr501s I had and more grippy

    Good shoes

    Oh also pretty good for wide feet; I wear size 42 running shoes and I upsized to 43 and they fit well

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  • Matthew
    I recommend this product
    Rated 4 stars
    2 years ago
    Sizing.

    I havent ridden with them yet so my review is just in sizing. I have found Shimanos sizing for the shoes seems a bit off. Their cm sizing is off compared to US EU. For this reason I went for the CM sizing as 29cm is 29cm. I have found doing this the shoe is quiet long and I think that using the EU sizing as I usually do would have been a better fit. The toe cap is quiet tall for how thin the shoe is too. They are a very different style of shoe to the 510s. looking forward to riding with them and see how they go.

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  • Fred
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    2 years ago
    A great alternative at a competitive price point!

    These shoes are great, while being very different from the Five Ten I've worn over the last 20 years.

    - The sole is much stiffer but the shoes don't bounce from the pedal more than the Five Ten (I ride an Enduro HT on very rocky trails so this is very important for me).

    - The Michelin rubber feels quite hard but the "Bibendum" engineers know their stuff (of course ze're Francais!) and it is really sticky even when wet and muddy.

    I even found that it was a bit easier for me to reposition my feet while riding in technical sections.

    - The build seem to be very strong with the front part of the sole swan.

    - Much easier to clean than the Freerider, more waterproof but not hot (I was very surprised).

    - For my wide feet, they are super confortable (I always go a size up with Shimano), snug around the mid-foot and a wide toe box.

    Recommended for riders with wide feet.

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