Lake 2023 MXZ 120 SPD Compatible Hiker Style Water Resistant Breathable Boots
*** Please note we have listed our best selling sizes but we do have sizes ranging from EU 40-50 Including half sizes please call for availability ***
The MXZ120 is our first winter model built on our Comfort Plus Last.
This classic hiker styled boot is SPD compatible, water resistant, warm, and breathable.
The semi-flexible nylon sole allows for equal comfort on or off the bike and the natural foot shaped toe box provides plenty of space for your favorite winter socks.
*Cleat Caps sold separately here * : https://sprockets.uk.com/lake-comfort-plus-cleat-caps-compatible-with-mx201-mx169-mxz120/?showHidden=true&ctk=08adf421-3570-4e36-8019-cb354f2f75b5
MX Comfort Plus Last – Featuring a wider toe box and a unique construction that offers a light weight and extremely breathable shoe. The generous forefoot platform accommodates a multitude of foot shapes.
Comfortable Real Rubber and EVA Enduro Sole with a semi-rigid Nylon midsole. Featuring Lake's legendary fiberglass injected nylon sole and an all new design that provides incredible grip and durability for all day cycling.
Fullgrain water resistant leather with Helcor abrasion and water resistant protection panels. Lined with Outlast temperature regulating material and Thinsulate insulation.
-Lace up boot
-Down to -10°C
-The uppers are treated with a durable water resistant (DWR) coating that will wear away over time. We recommend reapplying a DWR spray 1-2 times a year for moderate riders and every 2-3 wet rides for daily riders.
For use with winter weight socks we recommend ordering 1-1.5 size up from your normal Lake Cycling shoe size.
Tips For Accurate Foot Measurement-
Take your foot measurement in a standing position while wearing your cycling socks.
Please obtain a 3 digit millimeter measurement.
example: 267mm or 26.7cm will provide the correct amount of data.
Two digit measurements, like "26cm", does not provide enough data to determine size.
Step 1: Trace your foot onto a sheet of paper. After you trace your foot take a ruler and make a line to mark the furthest point on all four sides as shown below.
Step 2: Length measurement (Points 1 to 2 as shown below). Use a millimeter ruler to get the measurement of the longest distance from heel to longest toe (first or second toe).
Step 3: Width measurement (Points 3 to 4 as shown below). Use a millimeter ruler to get the measurement of the widest distance of foot from side to side.
Step 4: Repeat steps for other foot as your feet may be different sizes. Typically you will want shoes that accommodate your largest foot the most comfortably.