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I feel your pain… One place that I've found that seems to stock large shoes is Bike Tires Direct. Both Shimano and Sidi seem to make models that go up to at least size 52. If you don't want to order from the US, you could still use their listings to find some candidates and then ask your LBS what they can order for you. The shoes will come in two styles ...


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I know this is a really old question. But in case anybody stumbles upon this while trying to figure out the answer, as I did, I did find these: http://www.bikedabs.com/


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My Specialized Cadets are OK for a full day of walking and sitting, though I don't make a habit of it, instead I keep shoes under my desk. I'm also used to wearing hiking boots with stiff soles so that makes them feel less unfamiliar. The discussion under my related question may also be of interest. You should probably link to the exact shoes you've got ...


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It wasn't clear to me about "work floor miles", but you shouldn't be doing any general walking around in bike shoes for any significant distances. Keep some regular shoes at work for this purpose. If you are talking about during bike use, then I would consider getting a bike shoe with a more rigid base. Ones with carbon soles (if you can afford them) solved ...


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Usually shoes for walking/running and cycling shoes are constructed quite differently: shoes you walk on are usually far less rigid, most have a much softer sole to absorb shocks/bumps, and of course do not have cleats. As this is ergonomics and people are quite different, there is probably no general answer: I find walking in SPD Trecking shoes ...



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