MXZ 304
MXZ 304
MXZ 304
MXZ 304
MXZ 304

MXZ 304

3018655

Regular price $349.99
/
8 in stock

Width
Color
Sizes
Winter Last – With a much wider & taller toebox than our traditional lasts, the Winter last allows the foot to maintain proper circulation even when thicker socks are worn. Our winter last is the standard for winter cycling footwear.
Fitting Tip: For use with winter weight socks we recommend ordering 1-1.5 size up from your normal cycling shoes.

Heavy duty Mountain V outsole by Vibram

Pittards WR100 leather | Outlast temperature regulating liner | 3M Thinsulate lining in toe box | Thermosol composite insulation insole 

Tongue Mounted Push/Pull Mid-Power BOA closure system with larger dial for easy adjustment while wearing winter gloves.

Comfortable down to 7°F and up to 45°F ( -14°C to 7°C )


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 Regular Regular Wide Regular Wide Regular Wide Extra Wide Regular Wide
224.5 - 227 36 92 85 87 83 78
230.5 - 234 37 94 87 88 85 80
234.5 - 237 37.5 88 89 85
237.5 - 240 38 96 89 90 87 82
240.5 - 243 38.5 90 91 87
243.5 - 246 39 98 91 99.76 92 104 88 97.8 100.24 84 100.2
246.5 - 250 39.5 99 92 100.76 93 105 88 98.8 101.24
250.5 - 253 40 100 93 101.76 94 106 89 99.8 102.24 86 101.2
253.5 - 256 40.5 101 94 102.76 95 107 90 100.8 103.24
256.5 - 260 41 102 95 103.76 96 108 91 101.8 104.24 88 103.2
260.5 - 263 41.5 103 96 104.76 97 109 92 102.8 105.24
263.5 - 266 42 104 97 105.76 98 110 93 103.8 106.24 90 105.2
266.5 - 270 42.5 105 98 106.76 99 111 94 104.8 107.24
270.5 - 273 43 106 99 107.76 100 112 95 105.8 108.24 92 106.7
273.5 - 276 43.5 107 100 108.76 101 113 96 106.8 109.24
276.5 - 280 44 108 101 109.76 102 114 97 107.8 110.24 94 108.2
280.5 - 283 44.5 109 102 110.76 103 115 98 108.8 111.24
283.5 - 286 45 110 103 111.76 104 116 99 109.8 112.24 96 110.7
286.5 - 290 45.5 111 104 112.76 105 117 100 110.8 113.24
290.5 - 293 46 112 105 113.76 106 118 101 111.8 114.24 98 112.2
293.5 - 296 46.5 113 106 114.76 107 119 103 112.8 115.24
296.5 - 300 47 114 107 115.76 108 120 103 113.8 116.24 100 114.2
303.5 - 306 48 115 109 116.76 110 122 105 115.8 118.24 102 116.2
309.5 - 313 49 116
313.5 - 316.5 50 118 113 120.76 114 126 108 119.8 122.24 106 120.2

Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
67%
(8)
25%
(3)
8%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
M
Marco
Best investment for the winter

I'm riding with the MXZ 304 boot for a year now and I wished I ordered them earlier. My feet stay dry and warm, even with temperatures below zero! A must have for the winter. I ordered one size bigger then my other lake schoes!

J
Jonathan
Disappointed

Warm boot but the sizing is off compared to other Lake shoes. They run at least a size smaller. Also, it's time to say goodbye to the Boa system for anything above the ankle. They stay tight for a few minutes and then loosen up completely. Useless system. At least there is a forefoot velcro strap to hold things together lower down. Please go back to straps and buckles!

J
J.M.M.
Great Shoe! But…

I live in Idaho so winters are long. I needed a shoe which wasn’t as heavy or insulating as a 45nrth boot. This shoe fits the spot BUT size up. 1-1.5 bigger. Im a 44.5 and ordered a 45 regular and cant even fit a toe warmer. So size up and widen up for wool socks. I used it 20-25 degrees and it did well. Just had to use a normal sock so after an hour the toes started to suffer. I might try using a turkey bag but i still need so size up for max comfort. Besides running small… its a perfect shoe for 20-30 degrees. Lower than 20 will require your favorite trick for keeping you warm. Mine is wool socks and turkey bags.

A
Augsburg
Decent - but could use an update

The 304's are pretty good, and warmer than my Scarpa approach/hiking boots that I would otherwise wear. I can ride in the 304's for 2 hours in 25F temperatures - but my feet are getting cold towards the end of two hours. I did need to order up 3 sizes larger than normal (I normally wear a 47 and had to get a 50 wide). The Boa system works, but feels flimsy and I'm afraid it will break. I had a similar dial system on my Sidi Dragon 5's, but it seemed sturdier - and was easier to use. The 304 boots are SUPER tight to put on (like putting on a ski boot for the first time of the season), but once you are in, they feel fine. Getting them off is a chore, as the Boa system does not loosen very well. The thermal reflective insole is great - I just wish it was twice as thick for more heat retention. As far as an update, I'd get rid of the provisions on the sole for clipless pedal cleats - those are going out of style as most of us have migrated to platform pedals. I had to purchase the Syksol cover pads for the cleat area. The Vibram sole tread is very deep and picks up rocks and snow - I bet most of us purchasing the 304' are not racing in these boots and would prefer a less aggressive sole. I'd love to see a lithium-ion powered electric-heated insole option, and/or an optional neoprene toe cover for temps 25F and below.

g
g.k.
Highly impressive winter boot

The quality and fit is absolutely perfect. Highly impressed by this boot. I am normally a size 43 Wide in Lake MX shoes but am a size 44 Wide in the MXZ 304 boot (with thick socks). Five stars for sure!

You may also like

Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
67%
(8)
25%
(3)
8%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
M
Marco
Best investment for the winter

I'm riding with the MXZ 304 boot for a year now and I wished I ordered them earlier. My feet stay dry and warm, even with temperatures below zero! A must have for the winter. I ordered one size bigger then my other lake schoes!

J
Jonathan
Disappointed

Warm boot but the sizing is off compared to other Lake shoes. They run at least a size smaller. Also, it's time to say goodbye to the Boa system for anything above the ankle. They stay tight for a few minutes and then loosen up completely. Useless system. At least there is a forefoot velcro strap to hold things together lower down. Please go back to straps and buckles!

J
J.M.M.
Great Shoe! But…

I live in Idaho so winters are long. I needed a shoe which wasn’t as heavy or insulating as a 45nrth boot. This shoe fits the spot BUT size up. 1-1.5 bigger. Im a 44.5 and ordered a 45 regular and cant even fit a toe warmer. So size up and widen up for wool socks. I used it 20-25 degrees and it did well. Just had to use a normal sock so after an hour the toes started to suffer. I might try using a turkey bag but i still need so size up for max comfort. Besides running small… its a perfect shoe for 20-30 degrees. Lower than 20 will require your favorite trick for keeping you warm. Mine is wool socks and turkey bags.

A
Augsburg
Decent - but could use an update

The 304's are pretty good, and warmer than my Scarpa approach/hiking boots that I would otherwise wear. I can ride in the 304's for 2 hours in 25F temperatures - but my feet are getting cold towards the end of two hours. I did need to order up 3 sizes larger than normal (I normally wear a 47 and had to get a 50 wide). The Boa system works, but feels flimsy and I'm afraid it will break. I had a similar dial system on my Sidi Dragon 5's, but it seemed sturdier - and was easier to use. The 304 boots are SUPER tight to put on (like putting on a ski boot for the first time of the season), but once you are in, they feel fine. Getting them off is a chore, as the Boa system does not loosen very well. The thermal reflective insole is great - I just wish it was twice as thick for more heat retention. As far as an update, I'd get rid of the provisions on the sole for clipless pedal cleats - those are going out of style as most of us have migrated to platform pedals. I had to purchase the Syksol cover pads for the cleat area. The Vibram sole tread is very deep and picks up rocks and snow - I bet most of us purchasing the 304' are not racing in these boots and would prefer a less aggressive sole. I'd love to see a lithium-ion powered electric-heated insole option, and/or an optional neoprene toe cover for temps 25F and below.

g
g.k.
Highly impressive winter boot

The quality and fit is absolutely perfect. Highly impressed by this boot. I am normally a size 43 Wide in Lake MX shoes but am a size 44 Wide in the MXZ 304 boot (with thick socks). Five stars for sure!