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Bike shoes for Caviod feet?

Discussion in 'Employment in Australia' started by Nicole Heinecke, Nov 2, 2017.


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    I have a patient with Caviod feet that mountain bike rides over 100km in a day. He has severe bursitis/capsulitis which is excruciating. He has orthotics with XL metdomes and cortisone injections. His forefoot is 4E. Does anyone know of MTB clip in shoes for this foot type. Thanks!
     
  2. Ruth Connors

    Ruth Connors Welcome New Poster

    Hi Nicole,
    I am a Podiatrist that loves to ride and has mildly cavoid feet. I think something like a "five-ten" shoe with crank brothers cleats, you could experiment with adjustments to these or flat pedals might work better. It might need a specialist pedorthist and bike fit.
     
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