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2015 Buyer’s Guide: Women’s road shoes

Three great shoes for ladies who look to put in long hours on the bike

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$369, LakeCycling.com
522 grams (all weights per pair)

The Lake CX331 comes complete with a custom
 molding system to ensure the perfect fit. They’re
 not the lightest shoes on the market, but they’re certainly not heavy. Designed with kangaroo leather,
 a carbon-fiber sole, and equipped with a Boa closure
 system, it’s a solid choice despite the price tag.

$200, Giro.com
530 grams

Classic, subdued looks never go out of style. The perforated microfiber upper of the Espada breathes well and conforms to the foot better than most cycling shoes. A stiff, high-performance carbon sole can handle anything thrown at it. The price is exceptional for a shoe of this quality.

$300, Fizik.it
450 grams

These ultra-light shoes have a classic Italian look that combines stiffness and durability. The Boa closure system, along with a shaped hell cup, ensures a snug and changeable fit. However, as with many Italian manufacturers, the shoes run narrow.