MX 238

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MX Competition Last – Featuring a larger toe box & tighter heel than the Comfort last and with slightly more overall volume than the Sport last. Exceptionally secure for hard riding/racing with enough room in the toe box to prevent binding when running up inclines or negotiating a hike-a-bike section.  Designed for performance riding & racing.

 Stock is limited for all sizes


Lake Competition 100% Carbon Fiber Sole with Mountain Race X real rubber sole


Fullgrain Water Resistant Premium Leather with mesh upper, Aramid and Helcor Abrasion resistant leather panels with Outlast and hook lycra heel lining. The Helcor Abrasion resistant leather is specifically designed to be extremely durable against rubbing, scrapes and scuffing. Hook lycra heel liner offers a firm grip to your foot for those walking sections.


Dual Side mounted Push/Pull BOA IP1-S lacing system with releasable lace guides

Strong Blue/Black Microfiber

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
C Davis
Using on road - 4 week/800km Review

A perfect shoe for my needs and great service from Lake as well.

I prefer to use MTB cleats for road riding and needed to replace a pair of 15 year old lace up MTB shoes. Lake shoes appeared to be well respected and the double BOA dials on these gave the promise of maximum adjustment for a comfortable fit. I inevitably had to retighten my old shoes at least once per ride.

Using the Lake measuring method, including adding 5mm to measured length, gave me a left/right length of 282/283 with a width of 101. Their sizing chart shows a 44.5 fits lengths 280.5 to 283 and width 101.9 so that's what I ordered. Off the bike the fit is snug and I might've been tempted to go with a 45 based on that alone but on the bike the fit is perfect. The double BOA give great micro adjustment both tightening and loosening and its so convenient to be able to make these adjustments during the ride from the saddle.

One initial concern was not being able to position the cleat as far back as I had them on my old shoes which had flat soles. The position was achievable but due to the contoured sole this position felt strange. I adjusted the cleats further forward to what is probably a more normally accepted position anyway and have had no issues in over 800kms of road riding.


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