Thanks for the info, everyone.
Jimmydot, I like the looks of some of the Northwave shoes. I looked online and ran into the same problem as I did with Lake, only a few suppliers and usually a very limited range of sizes. I'll keep looking. Do you know just how wide these are? I wear a US EE width in most shoes and even the high volume toe boxes usually aren't enough. Even with the Shimano 088 Wides were tight enough I had to go up a half size and modify the slots for the cleats so I could move them back another 5mm to get them in the right place. Those Vibram toe shoes look cool, but I've tired on their regular trail runners and due to my atypical foot width (short and wide) I can't wear them comfortably. Still very cool. Highlander, I have dual sided pedals so I often wear trail runners or athletic shoes, sometimes even KEEN sandals (Why are regular Keen sandals so much wider than their cycling sandals that look exactly the same except for the sole?). I do like to clip in for group rides and when doing a lot of climbing, especially in gravel. The Shimano 088s work but they are only a mediocrity at best. I'll look into the shoes you mentioned. Kenny, I've looked at the Dominators and that may be where I'll have to go. The Lake MX100 has a good reputation at about half the price, but I just can't find them in the US. Has anyone dealt with Wiggle UK or AU? They claim to offer free overseas shipping in 7-10 days and have a wider (no pun intended, OK . . . maybe) range of sizes. Why are there so many more wide and casual looking shoes on the EU market than there are in the US?
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