Supacaz Kazze road shoes

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Mcdeez
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by Mcdeez

Any feedback about those shoes?

Quality, performance and comfort?

The price worth it? Beside the flashy look

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Mcdeez
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by Mcdeez

So I tried them today at a shop and they really tight,narow'ish

I tried 3 sizes and the 42.5 and 43 have like huge gap i find
Too big or too small

Rc9 spyre are so much better fit for me, in 42.5 but all depends of you feet.

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eucalyptus
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by eucalyptus

Best shoes on the planet! Have had them for 2 years now. I want to buy a second pair size 43.5 (43 1/2) but its like out everywhere?

I paid 400 Eur something 2 years ago. I know last year everyone discounted them half price and now no one is selling them anymore except Bikeinn a few sizes.

Anyone know what happened? Supacaz support is non-existent. Real shit support tbh.
If I cant find any I will most likely look at S works Torch but they do not look as fancy.

spud
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by spud

these look a lot like Spec S works 7 shoes. Bet the fit is very similar.

okx
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by okx

bike-discount few months ago had a good sale for them.
got one pair for 99 Eu.
from fit perspective it's something between shimano 902/sidi wire2 and s-works 7.
haven't used them a lot, still riding with s-works 7, so can't comment a lot about comfort, but looks like boa dials have a better placment comparing to sw7. ventilation - much better.

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eucalyptus
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99 eur is unbelievable. That's what I mean, cleared and discontinued everywhere.

Yeah size and fit is identical to s works 7, I think Supacaz founder and specialized founder are brothers, no? Think I read it somewhere and Supacaz shoes are basically specialized tech.

But look much more fancy :D I love mine that's why I want to buy a second pair!

My lake Cx332 is like a flexy sponge noodle in comparison

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by okx

eucalyptus wrote:
Mon Jun 17, 2024 8:30 pm
99 eur is unbelievable. That's what I mean, cleared and discontinued everywhere.

Yeah size and fit is identical to s works 7, I think Supacaz founder and specialized founder are brothers, no? Think I read it somewhere and Supacaz shoes are basically specialized tech.

But look much more fancy :D I love mine that's why I want to buy a second pair!

My lake Cx332 is like a flexy sponge noodle in comparison
Supacaz is owned by Anthony Sinyard, son of Specialized founder Mike Sinyard, so no surprises that fit has similarities to sw7 and same sole "features" as spec shoes :D

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eucalyptus
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by eucalyptus

Supacaz support came back once again ignoring all questions.

They did however provide a discount code. But looking at their site. Almost all sizes are out of stock, meaning yes this shoe is unfortunately discontinued and no longer produced. How sad!

Mayne it didn't fly, kinda expensive but performance and appearance in a leauge of its own.

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Looks like not enough people bought these shoes...

andy4g63
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by andy4g63

I have these they are awesome, but a little narrow.

I am/was using a shoe stretcher and it works fine

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by andy4g63

43.5, same size as RC903 at least for me

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eucalyptus
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Scratched my lovely amazing beautiful shoes yesterday.... After crying a river I ordered 2 new pairs from this seller in size EU 43.5
https://www.ebay.com/itm/364836861909?n ... gJmwvD_BwE

After taxes and shipping, 2 pairs cost me $600 USD. It is still a lot cheaper than what I paid for my first pair two years ago...

Yes, the S-works Torch is same price and same quality/performance but they do not look this good :D

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by BruceCarnevale

Can any of you compare their sizing to Sidi's? I like a narrow shoe, but there's no way I can try these on anywhere, so buying online is a bit of a risk - I'd like to reduce that a little. I wear a 44 Sidi. Thanks.

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BoulderDad
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by BoulderDad

Supercaz support is a joke. They are used to things like bartape that have no warrantee. I had a broken carbon bottle cage that they refused to even tell me if there is a warrantee or not. I would not buy their products again.

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