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I just use my old comutters for cross, Then replace those with new ones. Perfect broken in and no worries if they get mudded up.
Sidi Dominators are very popular and will last a long time but I just got an older pair of Specialized S-Works that I love. Make sure you try on many different shoes because they all vary in shape and size. What might be good for someone could be terrible for another.
http://www.specialized.com/us/en/bc/SBCEqProduct.jsp?spid=39459&...

I upgraded to these for this season. I have been using the BG Comps for the past few years and they have held up great and remain my training/mud shoes. The new ones have the same fit but feel a little lighter and stiffer.
Thanks for all the feed back. Much appreciated. I'll post what I end up with.
I've had my Sidi's for two seasons and they're going strong. I don't remember which model they are, but they have the 3 velcro straps instead of the buckle.
Mavic Fury
The Mavics sure look cool but I wish they weren't so narrow, especially in the toe box. It seems to be a common theme among cycling shoes. Its why I like Specialized ones. :/
Again thanks for all the input. I shopped and shopped and what I ended up with was what was most comfortable and most affordable : The Bontrager RL Mountain shoe. It has the arch support system and a carbon sole. Again many thanks for all the help. I had a blast tearing down the deer trail I use for training. Tomorrow I'll post pictures of the new bike!
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