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I ordered a peloton bike a few weeks ago but didn't order any accessories yet. I was wondering how the delivery time is for the shoes? Also, how comfortable are they? I tend to wear 11.5 shoes to be comfortable. I can squeeze into 11s but I'm not sure how well ill fit the bike shoes. I'm worried that 12s might be too big And they don't have the 11.5 for the bike shoes.
 

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I find the Peloton shoes to be a slight touch on the smaller side of whatever size you go with. With that said, bike shoes should have good heel lock and no slippage so in theory they should fit like a snug shoe. Also, thickness of your socks matter.
 

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Hi all, I recently replaced my peloton pedals with the Shimano PD-M520 MTB SPD Bike Pedals and bought the Pearl iZumi Women's Road Attack Cycling Shoes and it is so much more comfortable and easy clicking in and out. It is also MUCH quieter! Hope that helps! There are other shoes that you can use with the Shimano PD-M520 MTB SPD Bike Pedals. Also, it doesn't matter which side is up since they have the clip on both sides - so no need to get the pedal in the correct position.
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I find the Peloton shoes to be a slight touch on the smaller side of whatever size you go with. With that said, bike shoes should have good heel lock and no slippage so in theory they should fit like a snug shoe. Also, thickness of your socks matter.
Same thing happened with me. I have to wear a much thinner sock than I'm used to so it fits properly.
 

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I prefer SPD as well. A lot of people like the Nike Super Reps including my wife. They are a bit more flexible than traditional bike shoes and light and breathable. I just ordered some as well. Otherwise, I generally like to use mountain bike shoes as they're comfortable and easy to walk around in.
 

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I find the Peloton shoes to be a slight touch on the smaller side of whatever size you go with. With that said, bike shoes should have good heel lock and no slippage so in theory they should fit like a snug shoe. Also, thickness of your socks matter.
Although the price is rather high, I have discovered that Sidi and Bontrager seem to be the only shoes that work well with my feet.
 

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Hi all, I recently replaced my peloton pedals with the Shimano PD-M520 MTB SPD Bike Pedals and bought the Pearl iZumi Women's Road Attack Cycling Shoes and it is so much more comfortable and easy clicking in and out. It is also MUCH quieter! Hope that helps! There are other shoes that you can use with the Shimano PD-M520 MTB SPD Bike Pedals. Also, it doesn't matter which side is up since they have the clip on both sides - so no need to get the pedal in the correct position.
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These are good pedals but the XT pedals work better. The XTR are easier to get into but harder to get out of in my experience.
 
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