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Shimano WM34 SPD Women's Shoes

Shimano WM34 SPD Women's Shoes

  • Shimano SH-WM34 SPD Women's Shoes
  • Women's all-purpose cycling shoes
  • Technical cycling shoes that are good to walk in.

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Product Description


Shimano SH-WM34 SPD Women's Shoes

Shimano call the SH-WM34, their 'multi-use women's cycling shoe optimised for trekking and casual use.'

This description underplays the fact that the SH-WM34 has a stiffer sole than more casual cycling shoes.

With its stiffer midsole, the SH-WM34 shoe maximises power output and does a better job of isolating the ball of the feet from pressure from the pedal.

  • The multi-layer synthetic leather uppers are stretch-resistant - Shimano SH-WM34 shoes keep their shape.
  • Classic lace-up closure delivers even tension and walking comfort.
  • An elastic keeper loop keeps the shoe knot neatly tucked away.
  • Light-lugged rubber sole for safe hiking traction.
  • The glass-fibre reinforced polyamide shank plate optimises sole rigidity.
  • The insole offers comfortable, underfoot cushioning.
  • The heel loop makes it easier to pull this shoe on.
  • Shimano SH-WM34 shoes are built on a women's-specific last: narrower than a gents' shoes, wider than than women's road shoes.
  • The sole plate is drilled to take 2-bolt SPD-style cleats (not supplied - cleats come supplied with pedals or as spare parts).
  • The sole's bolt-on cleat cover is easily removable if you decide to fit cleats, or can can be left on if you ride regular flat pedals.
  • 720g - based upon weighing a pair of size 39 Shimano SH-WM34 Women's ATB Shoes at Bike Co-op HQ in September 2015.

Shoe Sizing Guide.


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Hi, I'm a UK 6.5 with boney feet! What size would you recommend? Cycling shoes often seem smaller sized than trainers.