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Cold and wet training rides do not have to be miserable anymore. The CX146 is the answer for those fall or spring chilly road rides. Developed for mild, damp weather, the CX146 is just the right shoe for those days when your race shoes are not warm enough.
Sizing Suggestion: For use with winter weight socks we recommend ordering 1-1.5 size up from your normal Lake Cycling shoe size.
CX/TX Sport – The higher cadence & longer ride times which characterize road cycling require excellent foot control to avoid hot-spots & numbness. With a much closer fit than any of our off-road lasts, our Sport last cradles the foot securely to prevent any unwanted movement. This last features a precisely fitted toe-box, high arch & mid width ball girth.
Road Sport Fiberglass injected nylon outsole, only compatible with 3-bolt style road cleat and pedal systems.
The CX146 is built on Lake’ s amazing Fiberglass injected Nylon sole. Lake’ s Nylon sole is world famous for its uncompromising comfort and performance. No other injection nylon sole offers the same level of stiffness or comfort.
The upper features softshell fabric, water resistant microfiber, Thinsulate 200gr insulation and a waterproof membrane making this a highly water resistant cycling shoe great in various conditions. Clarino microfiber offers great durability and the suppleness found in leather at a significant weight reduction.
BOA® Fit System M4 dial. The M4 dial is built for gloves and freezing temperatures, defying sand, mud, and ice. Combined with Click-Fit quick release, the system makes for easy entry and exit.
Down to 25°F/-4°C
The uppers are treated with a durable water resistant (DWR) coating that will wear away over time. We recommend reapplying a DWR spray 1-2 times a year for moderate riders and every 2-3 wet rides for daily riders.
Well made winter shoe. Good up to 50 degrees then hot at least in the sun. These will outlast 10 pair of over shoes.
They feel like galosh's when walking but once on a ride I m very glad to have them and hammer in comfort.
Easy to get in for winter shoes and a luxury to replace over shoes.
Included foot bed is low arch and I wear a nike 12 EEE and a 46 wide here and am comfortable.
After 30 years I figured it was time for a new pair of Lake winter boots. I knew it might take some back and forth to get the right size and settled on the 11.75/ 45 W pair to replace my size 10 old ones. I wanted slightly larger as my toes were too close to the front on my old ones. Got a 50 mile ride in today upper 30’s. Nice warm feet, improvement in every way. Much easier to get in and out of with the boa vs lace up inner and velcro straps. Well done Lake!
I was forced to replace my 10+ yo lake “ cold weather “ road shoe, due to just plain wearing them out. I called into Lake for help and was given great guidance on replacement fit. I ended up going to a wide shoe ( wear a 44 Reg/D typically) and after a few rides of break in I’m glad I did. The shoes were a little snug at first , but after ~100 miles they have broken in and the fit is great. Ridden in the 40’s with light drizzle and my feet were perfect , even dare I say warm.( I always have cold feet).