Specialized Women's Sonoma Shoes

You'll love the stylish looks and slipper-like feel of Specialized's Women's Sonoma Shoes. They're the perfect pair of do-it-all cycling footwear, crafted from suede leather in a women’s-specific fit. They sport Specialized's comfort-tuned ...(Read More)

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You'll love the stylish looks and slipper-like feel of Specialized's Women's Sonoma Shoes. They're the perfect pair of do-it-all cycling footwear, crafted from suede leather in a women’s-specific fit. They sport Specialized's comfort-tuned Body Geometry ergonomics, stiff, internal plates for efficient pedaling and protection, and grippy rubber outsoles for traction when walking. These shoes also accept recessed cleats for use with clipless pedals (sold separately).

Specialized Women's Shoe Sizing Chart

This manufacturer's chart helps you check the fit (may show unavailable, and/or not all sizes).

Specialized Body GeometryAs incredible as the human foot is, the fact remains that it is highly adapted to walking, not riding. Thankfully, the bicycling wizards at Specialized have you covered with their Body Geometry technology. They took a whole new approach to cycling footwear and engineered each facet of their shoes to enhance comfort, mitigate overuse injuries and boost on-the-bike power, all things that every rider, from the weekend warrior to the seasoned pro, can appreciate.

Click to enlarge!Although every foot is unique, most individuals have feet that cant towards the outside (meaning the outer part of the foot falls lower than the inside). If left uncorrected, this could cause the knee to collapse inwards while riding, which is both inefficient and a common cause of injury. To address that issue, all Specialized Body Geometry shoes feature a built-in varus wedge that counters your natural cant for perfect alignment and a more powerful pedal stroke. Plus, you can get additional wedges (sold separately) for your shoes if your feet cant more or less than the average person's.

Click to enlarge!Additionally, Specialized's Body Geometry insoles feature a metatarsal button that keeps unwanted numbness and hotspots at bay by supporting the bones of the forefoot to prevent crushed nerves and arteries. And for even more comfort and efficiency, the insoles boast longitudinal arch support to stop unwanted flex that robs power and causes stress.

Peruse our full selection of Specialized's Body Geometry shoes and have one of our fit experts set you up with the perfect pair!

In order to mount your pedal cleats to your shoes, they must have matching bolt patterns (pedals come with cleats, shoes come without). There are three configurations (diagram) used on cycling shoes, SPD-R, Look/SPD-SL and SPD. Road shoes feature one, two or even all three of these. Mountain-bike shoes usually use the SPD pattern. If you're unsure what bolt pattern your equipment uses, please contact us. We're here to help!

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Pros

  • Good for walking  (2)
  • Good traction  (2)
  • Simple to use  (2)
  • Well Ventilated 
  • Durable Sole 

Best Uses

  • Everyday riding  (2)
  • Good for commuting 

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4

Good for Wide Feet

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from Brooklyn, NY

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Good for Walking
  • Good Traction
  • Simple to Use

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Everyday riding
    • Commuter shoes

    Comments:

    I am just starting out as a cyclist and was advised to buy mountain biking shoes as they are easier to walk in, but tend to be bulkier than road biking shoes. I found that the Sonoma is a good middle ground between the two, as the sole is padded but streamlined, so there is walkability without excess bulk. The biggest issue that I encountered when searching for shoes is that I a ma woman with a wide toe box, plump toes and narrow heels; whereas most cycling shoes are made for narrow feet. I generally wear a size 9 shoe (40) and the wide toe box and narrow heel tends to make size 9.5 too large. I had tried Shimanos previously, and found the size 40 to be a little tight in the upper part of my toe box, and the 41 to be slightly too large. The Specialized Sonomas in size 40 (9) fit very comfortably.

     
    5

    I love these shoes, purchased them today

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    from Naples, Florida

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Pros

    • Durable Sole
    • Good for Walking
    • Simple to Use
    • Well Ventilated
    • Good Traction

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Everyday riding

      Comments:

      Awesome shoes. I purchased them today and I love them. Very Comfy! I would advise anyone that loves to do spinning to purchase a pair of these.

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