CX 219
CX 219
CX 219
CX 219
CX 219
CX 219
CX 219
CX 219
CX 219
CX 219
CX 219
CX 219

CX 219

3021246

Regular price $249.99
/
20 in stock

The Lake CX219 Road Shoe offers race level features, fit and performance without sacrificing quality and durability.

The CX219 features form-fitting and durable microfiber and mesh upper with a comfortable and secure BOA closure utilizing Carbitex tongue panels for reduced friction lace adjustment. A 100% carbon fiber sole that creates a comfortable, lightweight, and classy package.

CX/TX Competition Last - With a profile specifically designed for very high-cadence riding & higher pressure, our Competition last features a more curved profile than the Sport last. The main differences include increased toe pitch & heel lift, a tighter heel & a slightly wider ball girth to allow the foot to expand under high pedaling pressures.

Lake Competition 100% Carbon Fiber Sole that creates a comfortable, lightweight and classy package. Available in 3 hole cleat pattern.

Clarino Microfiber & mesh upper. The CX219 features form fitting and durable microfiber and mesh upper with a comfortable and secure BOA® closure utilizing Carbitex tongue panels for reduced friction lace adjustment.

Side mounted L6 BOA® Push/Pull lacing system.

Check out our full size guide:

Looking for the ultimate online size guide? Check out our full size guide so you can hone in on the best shoe fit that Lake has to offer.

  1. Step 1: Measuring your foot
  2. Step 2: Review sizing chart
  3. Step 3: Review fit matrix
  4. Step 4: Review shoe lasts

SIZE CHART

LAST LENGTH / SHOE SIZE
(Add +5mm to your measured length)
COMFORT PLUS WIDTH
ROAD: CX201
MTB: MX201
SPORT LAST WIDTHS
ROAD: CX176, CX177, CX145, CX146, TX213, CXZ176 (Wide Only)
MTB: MX176, MX177, MX168, MX1, MX145, MX146, MXZ176 (Wide Only)
COMPETITION LAST WIDTHS
ROAD: CX218, CX219, CX238, CX241, CX242, CX1-C, TX223, TX322
MTB: MX218, MX219, MX238, MX241, MX242, MX1-C
RACE LAST WIDTHS
ROAD: CX301, CX302, CX332, CX403 (Regular & Wide Only)
MTB: MX332
WINTER LAST WIDTHS
MTB: MXZ200, MXZ400 (Wide Only), MXZ304
Milimeters EU US Men's US Women's Regular Regular Wide Regular Wide Regular Wide Extra Wide Regular Wide
224.5 - 227 36 4.5 5.5 92 85 87 83 78
230.5 - 234 37 5.5 6.5 94 87 88 85 80
234.5 - 237 37.5 6.0 7.0 88 89 85
237.5 - 240 38 6.5 7.5 96 89 90 87 82
240.5 - 243 38.5 6.75 7.75 90 91 87
243.5 - 246 39 7.0 8.0 98 91 99.76 92 104 88 97.8 100.24 84 100.2
246.5 - 250 39.5 7.5 8.5 99 92 100.76 93 105 88 98.8 101.24
250.5 - 253 40 7.75 8.75 100 93 101.76 94 106 89 99.8 102.24 86 101.2
253.5 - 256 40.5 8.0 9.0 101 94 102.76 95 107 90 100.8 103.24
256.5 - 260 41 8.5 9.5 102 95 103.76 96 108 91 101.8 104.24 88 103.2
260.5 - 263 41.5 9.0 10.0 103 96 104.76 97 109 92 102.8 105.24
263.5 - 266 42 9.5 10.5 104 97 105.76 98 110 93 103.8 106.24 90 105.2
266.5 - 270 42.5 9.75 11.0 105 98 106.76 99 111 94 104.8 107.24
270.5 - 273 43 10.0 11.5 106 99 107.76 100 112 95 105.8 108.24 92 106.7
273.5 - 276 43.5 10.5 107 100 108.76 101 113 96 106.8 109.24
276.5 - 280 44 11.0 108 101 109.76 102 114 97 107.8 110.24 94 108.2
280.5 - 283 44.5 11.5 109 102 110.76 103 115 98 108.8 111.24
283.5 - 286 45 11.75 110 103 111.76 104 116 99 109.8 112.24 96 110.7
286.5 - 290 45.5 12.0 111 104 112.76 105 117 100 110.8 113.24
290.5 - 293 46 12.5 112 105 113.76 106 118 101 111.8 114.24 98 112.2
293.5 - 296 46.5 13.0 113 106 114.76 107 119 103 112.8 115.24
296.5 - 300 47 13.5 114 107 115.76 108 120 103 113.8 116.24 100 114.2
303.5 - 306 48 14.0 115 109 116.76 110 122 105 115.8 118.24 102 116.2
309.5 - 313 49 14.5 116
313.5 - 316.5 50 15.0 118 113 120.76 114 126 108 119.8 122.24 106 120.2

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
100%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
R
Robert Wiggin
A less expensive 238, with a few small nitpicks

I've bought quite a few pairs of Lake shoes since buying my first MX176, and finding they fit my feet better than any other shoe I've tried. I don't have an especially wide foot, it's fairly normal, but as most probably know, most cycling shoes are designed for people with skinny little feet. And Lake's Competition last as used on this shoe and the 238 line, fits my foot perfectly. I have a couple pairs of the CX 238 shoes, but when I saw these in red, I had to get a pair. This shoe uses the same Competition last and carbon sole as found on their more expensive 238 line. The cost cutting differences from that more expensive shoe come from the use of only a single Boa dial that only adjusts in one direction, nylon loop lace guides rather than hard plastic, and the use of Clarino synthetic material for the upper instead of real leather. These differences do make for a lighter shoe. But, here come the quibbles.

On the bike, and in use, this shoe feels pretty much the same as the more expensive 238. Stiff, great power transfer, lots of wiggle room for the toes. And that's where it counts, right, the performance. However, the Clarino is not as supple feeling as real leather, so the shoe doesn't quite have that slipper-like comfy feeling that the 238 has. Maybe with more break-in, it'll get there. Likewise, the single Boa dial means there's a lot of wire that dial has to reel in, so the separation of the upper at the tongue area, and the shoe opening, isn't as wide as on the 238. So you can't pull the shoe open as far when slipping it on, which makes it a bit tougher to get in and out of. But also makes for a secure fit. And the tongue material is a bit thicker and spongier than on the 238, so when putting your foot into it, it has a tendency to get stuffed down a bit toward the toe of the shoe, so you have to tug it back up again before tightening. You also have to fiddle with the Boa wires a bit to make sure they cross over on those sewn in Carbotex patches. They have a tendency to get caught up on the edges, so you need to adjust and move them around a bit so they cross over properly before cinching them down.

Still, better than the previous version with single Boa, and a strap which I found pretty useless. On my MX176 shoes, I adjusted the strap the first time I put them on, and then never touched it again. No need for adjusting it at all. I applaud Lake for getting rid of it, it makes for a better looking shoe. The 219 now looks more like the higher level 238 line rather than the cheaper 176 line, although the new 177 adopts that styling as well. Fine by me, as I think the 238 is a great looking shoe.

So, the quibbles are really pretty minor, in that you get a shoe that performs like the higher level 238, but for $100 less. If your feet like Lake shoes, and that's all the budget allows, you won't be disappointed with these shoes.

×

Register to receive a notification when this item comes back in stock.

You may also like