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Why do my feet fall asleep?
Last Post 07/31/2011 12:17 PM by Chris Wade. 2 Replies.
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buttsbrian

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11/01/2009 12:10 PM
So I have always had problems with my feet falling asleep in my cycling shoes. I have played with position, different shoes, different inserts, blah, blah, blah. I have always thought it to be pressure related. However, I just got done with a great training ride in the upstate NY hills. I did Muscle Tension work in my 53-12 up every hill. I almost fell over several times but my feet never felt better and I am pretty sure this is the most pressure I have ever had on my feet. So what gives? is it rotational? Are my socks too thick? why are my feet falling asleep?
Tester

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10/25/2010 01:40 AM
Hey Brian,

I hope this isn't the obvious but I have found that how tight my shoes are really plays a big part. Sometimes my feet don't swell as much so they can cope with extra tension and other times I need to be back off the strap mid ride to keep the feeling.

Hope this helps.

P
heavenfire

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07/31/2011 12:17 PM
Is it because your feet are getting cold? I've posted about this on another forum, and it seems that a lot of us find the ventilation in cycling shoes a little too much if we're not blessed with hot weather.
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