For awhile, Sidi made a shoe called "retro" (gag!) with the Touring black lace-up upper and the Genius sole. They didn't sell well; must be some in stores out there. David Feldman
> I'm one of those who require lots of float, and I didn't really get back
> into cycling until I discovered Speedplay pedals. Even with SPD's with 6-8
> degrees of float, I could only ride a few miles before my knees bothered me.
> So I use Speedplay X-series pedals on all my bikes, regardless of vintage,
> with the exception of bikes I ride casually, where I go with flat pedals and
> sometimes clips and straps (but I leave the straps loose at all times).
> Steve "wish I could" Freides
> "Steven L. Sheffield" wrote:
> > On those rare occasions when the vintage classics that have been restored to
> > all their glory get ridden ... what shoes do you ride?
> > Period shoes? Modern shoes?
> > Do you swap the toeclip/strap Record pedals for the Looks you ride every
> > day?
> > Do tell! Dettos? Or Sidi?
> > --
> > Steven L. Sheffield
> > stevens at veloworks dot com
> > veloworks at earthlink dot net
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