BikeRadar VerdictSidi


“So good, but so expensive. But if you’re worth it, they’re worth it”

(Peter Giddings, Cycling Plus)

Now £240 is a lot of cash, but you’ll be hard pressed to find many Sidi wearers who complain about the price and past experience suggest they’ll last a very long time.         

The Laser has many neat features, including a forget-you’re-wearing-them slipper-like fit, a main strap that’s fully adjustable on both sides and easy to adjust on the move polymer teeth in the Velcro straps for extra security.

It also has a non-slip supportive heel cup with a good-sized heel pad to aid walking, a thin but stiff carbon sole with just a tiny amount of give at the toes for long ride comfort and a breathable supple upper. In addition to this, all the consumable parts are replaceable.

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