My cycling shoes and running shoes have been living outside for the last couple of days. Following the rain last week, both got wet a few times and never quite dried out and started to whiff a little.
If your shoes get wet and don’t dry out in time (or slowly) it’s the perfect environment for bacteria to thrive and multiply. It’s the bacteria that produce the smell.
As cycling shoes are rigid and made of hard wearing material the drying process is also not helped.
Here are a number of ways that you can try and get your cycling cleats/running shoes smelling nice, or maybe just not smelling. Continue reading “How do I get the smell out of my cycling/running shoes?”