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May 5, 2016, 11:29 a.m. -  David Mills

#!markdown I rode with toeclips and straps for years, still have the scars to prove it. The key was to tighten the strap just enough so that you could twist out when need be. Very similar to the action required to get out of SPDs. Getting into the pedals was a high-consequence maneuver, as a miss would send the bottom of the pedal scraping along the shin. The MEC Light Hiker was the footwear of choice, due to its complete lack of grip, extreme flexiness, ability to absorb and retain water, and low price.

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