The Shimano MW5 is a great 3 season, all-weather, winter mountain bike shoe

This all-weather MTB shoe will get you through sloppy conditions and colder temps during the Winter months, but will also work well in the Fall and Spring.

As someone who trains outdoors all year round, I needed a versatile mountain bike shoe to help me deal with the wet weather and winter months. With their waterproof membrane and insulated fleece liners, the Shimano MW5s could be the perfect 3 season shoe.

The light weight and comfort make them ideal for long days in the saddle, and they have held up great in the tough terrain that I have been testing them on. And if you’re someone who uses a road bike to train outdoors, I found them to be equally as efficient as my road shoes, while providing wind protection and warmth.

So if you are looking for a new pair of winter shoes, or you just need something to keep your feet dry, check out these Shimano MW5s. I’ve been impressed with their versatility and construction, and I would have no problem recommending these shoes to anyone.

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Additional Info

Heavy Duty Winter MTB boots:
The Lake MXZ303 – Winter Cycling Boot (Affiliate Link)

Winter Socks:
DeFeet Men’s Woolie Boolie 6-Inch Sock (Affiliate Link)

Swiftwick PURSUIT SEVEN Cycling Merino Wool Crew Socks (Affiliate Link)

To learn more about the Shimano SH-MW501 and their full lineup of products, check out their website:

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