Specialized Tahoe Shoes

 
5.0 stars
 (6 Reviews)
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Description

The Specialized Women's Tahoe mountain bike shoes were designed to deliver rugged and dependable off-road performance, especially if your rides see a good deal of hiking. To do so, they feature a SlipNot rubber outsole for added grip over roots and wet terrain. And to keep the shoes stiff enough for riding and flexible enough for walking, they also have a Lollipop inner plate that sits in a bed of comfy EVA padding. The fit is relaxed for everyday use, and the Body Geometry sole provides ergonomically designed comfort and efficiency.

- Body Geometry sole construction and footbed: ergonomically designed and scientifically tested to boost power, increase efficiency, and reduce chance of injury by optimizing hip, knee, and foot alignment.
- SlipNot rubber compound developed in Specialized's tire lab optimizes shoe and pedal connection.
- Stiff Lollipop inner plate delivers high performance pedaling, and it sits in a bed of EVA to soften landings and maintain off-the-bike traction.
- Relaxed Fit for a balance of pedal feel and walking comfort.
- Lacelock elastic keeps laces out of chainrings.
- Body Geometry Footbeds measurably increase power, reduce time to exhaustion, and reduce injury by aligning hip, knee, and foot.
- Toe and heel overlays provided added abrasion resistance.
- Approximate weight: 325g (1/2 pair, size 39)

Features & Info

Cleat compatibility: SPD

Cycling shoe cleat location
SPD Cycling shoe cleat location

SPD/2-Bolt

SPD-SL/Look cycling shoe cleat location

Look/SPD-SL/3-Bolt

Speedplay cycling shoe cleat location

Speedplay/4-Bolt

SPD/2-Bolt Cleats are most commonly found on Mountain Bike shoes. Look/SPD-SL/3-Bolt Cleats are most commonly found on Road Bike shoes.

Cleats are sold separately or with pedals. Be sure your shoes feature the correct bolt pattern.

Sizing chart

Specialized shoe sizing chart

Consumer Reviews

 
5.0 stars

(6 reviews)

100% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good for Walking  (5)
  • Good Traction  (4)
  • Durable Sole  (3)
  • Well Ventilated  (3)
  • Simple to Use  (3)
  • Very comfortable 

Cons

  • Tricky Using Clip Peddles 

Best Uses

  • Everyday riding  (3)
  • Long-distance riding  (2)
  • Climbing 
  • Commuter shoes 

 
5.0
Oct 28, 2013

Good shoe

Pros:
Durable Sole, Simple to Use, Well Ventilated, Good for Walking, Good Traction
Cons:
Best Uses:
Everyday riding
Great shoes, on or off of bike. Comfortable, yet they appear to be very durable. Would strongly recommend.
by Ace from Rockport, Texas

 
4.0
Oct 20, 2013

Perfect Training Shoe

Pros:
Good for Walking, Good Traction, Well Ventilated, Durable Sole
Cons:
Best Uses:
Long-distance riding, Climbing
I feel like this shoe was designed for endurance riding in mind. It weighs slightly more than the average cycling shoe which makes it probably one of the best shoes for long-distance training. It's a comfortable shoe at a great price, and should be considered if cycle-touring is your thing. I feel that the velcro is a bit unnecessary but that is just my personal opinion. I recommend this shoe to anyone who wants a proper training shoe for touring.
by Mot from Houston, TX

 
5.0
Aug 26, 2013

Wish my regular shoes fit like these

Pros:
Well Ventilated, Good for Walking, Durable Sole, Simple to Use, Good Traction, Very comfortable
Cons:
Tricky Using Clip Peddles
Best Uses:
Commuter shoes, Long-distance riding, Everyday riding
Shoes are extremely comfortable, even after a steady 3 hour 40 mile ride. Comfortable off the bike and very easy to walk in. I wish my regular shoes were this comfortable. Well ventilated, foot never became hot. Shoes have great traction. Never slipped even when putting foot down in gravel. I use clips and I found the shoe a little tricky to get into the clips due to the soles having such great traction.
by JR from New York

 
5.0
Aug 04, 2011

Nice & wide!

Pros:
Cons:
Best Uses:
I have really wide feet and this is the only biking shoe that I could fit into! Therefore if you have wide feet, this is the shoe for you! Love it
by Gi from Mahone Bay, NS

 
5.0
Jun 18, 2011

great for mtb

Pros:
Good Traction, Good for Walking
Cons:
Best Uses:
great shoe used for mtb . stiff sole and very comfortable and sticks to peddle even when not clipped in. Good traction when you have to climb also Only thing is they run a little small, i got them in a size bigger the i normally were.
by dindin from oakland,NJ

 
5.0
Jan 13, 2011

great shoes!

Pros:
Good for Walking, Simple to Use
Cons:
Best Uses:
Everyday riding
been using these shoes for over 1year mountain biking. haven't clipped in yet. it even feels comfortable hiking in. i wear it with jeans and people won't even know they were biking shoes.
by PM from Covina, CA