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CycleEXIF Review the Lake CX 301 & CX 332

CycleEXIF Review the Lake CX 301 & CX 332

FLEET FEET: LAKE CX301 AND CX332 REVIEW

Whether you struggle with finding shoes to fit wide feet or have no issues with cycling shoes at all, I highly recommend checking out the Lake range. They have saved me from the hassle and expense of full custom shoes and I know of many others who have tried them and never looked back.

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This article was published on Wednesday 29 March, 2017.
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