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Sidi Ergo 2 Carbon Road Cycling Shoe

Updated on May 11, 2012

The Sidi Ergo 2 Carbon Lite road shoes can take your cycling talents to that substantial stage you have only imagined. These road cycling shoes were created with a very important factor in mind…the extreme bicyclist who hates to give up comfort and ease for overall performance.

The Sidi Ergo 2 Carbon Lite cycling shoes are the complete top of the line in road cycling shoes, offering more features than the majority of road bikes. Mixing intense effectiveness and power exchange together with comfort that can last all day long, these road cycling shoes are ideal for the intense CAT 1 racer leading the peloton, the occasional athlete that aims to steer the team up difficult climbs or the beginner who's basically figuring out the action with high quality gear.

Sidi Ergo 2 Carbon Lite Road Cycling Shoe
Sidi Ergo 2 Carbon Lite Road Cycling Shoe

Sidi Ergo 2 Top Features

The primary attribute that sets the Sidi Ergo 2 Carbon Lite a part from some other regular road cycling shoes is it’s tight and contouring fit. Seeing that any bike owner understands the better a shoe fits, the greater his or her overall performance and effectiveness.

Let’s check out the rest of the top features of the Sidi Ergo carbon

  • Lightweight Carbon Lite Sole - Possibly the 2nd most crucial element to any road cycling shoe (second only to fit) will be the sole. The Sidi Ergo 2 sole is designed with the best quality carbon fiber (T-700) currently available.
  • Sidi’s carbon fibre is hand laying in unidirectional tiers and particular patterns to lessen rotating as well as permitting adequate normal bend to supply essential comfort on lengthier rides. To put it simply, the sole boosts energy exchange with enhanced bio-mechanics and all at fifty grms lighter in weight compared to the prior designs.
  • Adjustable Heal Security - The Sidi Ergo 2 carbon includes a variable heal system which can be fine-tuned to avoid sliding which in turn causes a reduction of energy transfer and efficiency.
  • Soft Instep Closure System - Combined with the cushioned tongue the Soft Step Closure System gets rid of almost all stress points and really does a great job of padding hot spots which find a way to appear soon after people hit the 30-mile mark.
  • Lower-Profile Instep Closure System - Sidi remodeled this particular wonderful system that improves their currently low profile with buckle and strap parts which are ventilated for enhanced breathability, flexibility and fit.
  • High Security Velcro - Regular Velcro seen in some other shoes has a tendency to slacken particularly if you ride a great deal. But Sidi’s High Security Velcro will not slide, shift or weaken with time making certain your shoes sustain their fit all through your whole ride.
  • Breathable, Flexible and Sturdy Lorica microfiber upper along with soothing fine mesh sections
  • Vented, reflective SIDI Heal Cup
  • SIDI Dual-Density Insoles

Sidi Ergo 2 Carbon Review

No Road Cycling Shoe Is Perfect...Lets Look At Some of Its Flaws

Virtually no road cycling shoe is perfect however the Sidi Ergo 2 Carbon Lite is fairly darn close. Let’s check out the weak points.

  • Although the Sidi Ergo 2 Carbon is fifty grms lighter in weight compared to Sidi’s prior designs they're still a little bit weighty in comparison with some other similar manufacturers. Even though there are many cyclists that place lots of significance on weight, many of us discovered that comfort and efficiency is much more essential than just a couple of grms of additional weight.
  • The shoe inserts do lower vibrations nonetheless they offer very little advantages to cyclist comfort. Even though numerous cyclists won't ever have trouble with this particular insert or even may choose to use their very own customized supports in almost any shoe they buy, we're feeling that Sidi might have done a far greater job at this point.
  • The Sidi Ergo Carbon is costly having a MSRP of almost $500. On the other hand “expensive” is really a general phrase and for me personally I take comfort and ease understanding that I have the best road cycling shoes on my feet. Each dollar of additional expense is absolutely proportional to the shoe’s comfort and overall performance.

Overall Review of the Sidi Ergo 2 Carbon

With a small bit of proper care the Sidi Ergo 2 Carbon Lite provides you with numerous years of pleasure and efficiency. If you are the kind of cyclist that changes their cycling shoes each and every couple of years, you are most likely likely to spend more money over that time period than you would simply by purchasing a pair of Sidi cycling shoes which are tough as nails.

According to our intensive investigation as well as our first hand understanding, the Sidi Ergo 2 Carbon Lite road cycling shoes are designed with the very best quality and luxury specifications in mind. In a nutshell, Sidi is a staple across the world of cycling supplying high quality hand made goods for pretty much 50 yrs…there’s nothing like them.


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