The Lake MXZ302 is the daddy of Winter Cycling Boots! If you're keen to stay riding right through the Winter and you're wanting a boot to keep you warm, dry and comfortable in the toughest and coldest conditions these are definitely the ones.
Pittards Leather Upper - Robust and durable Waterproofing that can be maintained for years of warm feet and happy riding.
Outlast Temperature Regulating Liner - A fancy name for a material that keeps you warm and dry by moving moisture away from the skin.
Thinsulate Lined Toe Box - An extra fleece lining round your toes to keep you warm right at the extremities.
Insulated Footbed - Another thermal barrier to keep the cold out, even when standing in the mud and snow.
Vibram Sole - Good, grippy sole for safe footing in the mud, with metal studs too.
BOA And Velcro Fastening - The BOA system is reliable and easy to use with gloved hands, while the Velcro flap protects the mechanism.
Check out the handy sizing guide for the Lake MXZ302 Boots in the 'Check Sizinginfo' tab to make sure you get the right size.
If you suffer from cold feet and are put off riding on the coldest days of the Winter then the Lake MXZ302 Winter Boots are the solution. Designed to be durable and long lasting you're looking at a pair of boots that'll see you warm and comfortable for plenty of Winters to come.
Delivery to the UK and Beyond
Free UK Shipping on all orders over £150.00*
*Orders £150 and under will be charged £4.95, We support international shipping as well, view our shipping cost here
We send orders either via a tracked service, which will require a signature on receipt. If there is nobody available at the delivery address to accept the delivery a card will be left to inform the recipient how he or she can collect the parcel. It then becomes the recipient's responsibility to collect the parcel or rearrange delivery with the service. We accept no liability if the delivery is not made due to the recipient not being available. If the recipient fails to contact the service in good time the goods will be returned to us and a charge will be made for re-delivery to that or an alternative address.
In the event that you select a business address for delivery we shall be deemed to have delivered the order to its intended recipient by delivering it to the reception area of the business address.
We will deliver to the address as you enter it and cannot accept any liability for late or failed delivery if the quoted address is incorrect. Additional charges will be made for redirection or for re-delivery due to postcode error. We advise that if you are not sure of the address you should check it using the Post Office postcode and address finding service.
We are unable to accept orders for delivery to any address containing a PO Box Number.
Exceptions to Displayed Delivery Rates
International and non-mainland UK shipping costs may be subject to change due to size and weight of the item purchased If this occurs then the customer will be notified and made aware of any additional payments that may be required prior to goods being shipped and funds being taken from their account.
Most items on our website are eligible for free delivery, however there are a few items which are not. If this is the case then it will be clearly defined in the description.
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How To Get Your Basic Foot Measurement
Step 1: Trace your foot onto a sheet of paper. After you trace you foot take a rulerand make a line to mark the furthest point on all four sides as shown below.
Step 2: Length measurement (Points 1 to 2 as shown below).Using a millimeter ruler get the measurement of the longest distancefrom heel to longest toe(first or second toe).
Step 3: Width measurement (Points 3 to 4 as shown below).Using a millimeter ruler get the measurement of the widest distanceof foot from side to side.
Step 4: Repeat step for both feet as your feet may be different sizes. Typically you willwant shoes that accommodate your largest foot the most comfortably.
Please Note: for correct measurement we require a 3 digit millimeter measurement.example: 267mm or 26.7cm is acceptable. You cannot get correct measurement from only 2 digits.example: 26cm cannot give correct data.