Footwear is very important if you are planning on doing some cycle touring. Whether you are going for a weekend or a few years, your feet are going to be doing a lot of work so make sure you have the right women’s cycle touring shoes.
It’s also worth making sure you’ve read our Cycle Touring: Hints, Tips and Everything You Need to Know so you’ve got all the other details covered too.
Women’s cycle touring shoes tend to have a more flexible base than road or mountain bike shoes, and the cleat will often sit in a recessed area to make it much easier to walk about when you are off the bike. All of these women’s bike touring shoes (and sandals!) are to be used with SPD pedals so you can clip to the bike.