Does taking a razor to my sole to get my cleat farther back void the warranty? Sometimes you gotta make things work for you.
Edit: I cut out more than I needed. Also, found out that I can't bring the bolts as far back as a cut out as the back plate is hitting something inside the shoe. No matter, I got what I needed. I have always needed to shove my cleat back anyways.
For the record I normally ride a 44 shoe. I have these in a 47 with extra insoles, a thick sock set up, and still plenty of room. Definitely warmer than my old Lake set up.
I was raised in the "hood", self-taught to survive on scraps of old inner tubes and changing bike tires with my teeth. Life is a struggle for me not to be another statistic that so many become after being raised in a caucasion middle class family. I now am a husband, bike mechanic, land lord, stay at home dad, and wannabe mountain bike racer.