ankle pain with carbon-soled shoes?
Wondering if anyone can shed light on the following issue. If I wear road shoes with carbon soles I get the feeling of having twisted my ankle (right one only) after a ride. It doesn't feel too bad on the bike but walking is painful. The pain is on the outer face of the foot just forward of the ankle. I don't get the problem with more flexible nylon-soled shoes. I use Cyclefit wedges & moulded insoles (same in both types of shoe). I know the answer is NOT to use carbon-soled shoes but they do feel to transmit more efficiently.
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