Great road bike shoes that work very well with my Wahoo Powerlink Pedals. They look sharp and are easy to clean. The BOA system is a single but does the job very well of keeping my feet secure. You can adjust the dials while riding. I did but 46.5 and find them a little long as I usually get 46 is my only glitch.
I'm writing this mainly to address sizing, since that was my biggest apprehension when I ordered. It's nice that Fizik uses true sizing. In my case, I wear size 11 for Nike and Asics. I measured my feet accurately (using two books that slid parallel to each other; this is more accurate than tracing around your foot) with cycling socks on, at 281mm. Using the Fizik guide, I rounded up to the next size, 44. When I first put them on (standing on carpet, not clipped in), they felt too small (top of toe contacted the roof of the shoe), but when I clipped in, they fit perfectly.
Regarding the shoe itself, they are nice and light and stiff, with good power transfer. The BOA snugs the foot nice and even. They are a tad narrower than the Bontragers these are replacing, and one foot feels that after 20 miles or so, so I usually just loosen them a little. It's nice that the BOA works both ways. Overall, I'm happy with the purchase.
I have used SIDI shoes for several years but started buying FIZIK in between SIDI purchases. So far I have had really good results from FIZIK and this pair has been as good as my earlier two pairs. They seem to be a bit more comfortable than my SIDI's and have less hot spots when using them with the Speedplay pedals. Water drainage is fine when riding in Florida downpours. The value is really good, and so far after around 500 miles they are working great.
I waited to put 165 miles on these to break them in before offering my two cents. I really appreciate the narrow footbed and the stiffness of this shoe. The Li2 BOA dials are a breeze to operate and easy to adjust during a ride. The inside heel-portion has an interesting anti-slip design that helps to secure the back of the foot inside the shoe. On the sole there is a port to allow ventilation at the front of the shoe. I am really happy with these shoes, and I can be very hard to please. They have been easy to clean after each ride: I use bleach-free Clorox Scentiva wipes which are stated to be safe for vinyl surfaces, and the wipes keep my white shoes looking great.
I bought these a couple weeks ago to replace some Giro Empire lace ups. The Tempo Decos is billed as a 2nd tier road shoe, maybe due to the single boa dial. It has a great stiff sole and the single boa tightens things nicely. I have a few hundred miles in them and they needed very little break in (just the tongue was a little stiff, took 1 ride). If you like your cleats farther back like I do, this is more adjustable than most other shoes with a moveable cleat base. Nice and light, very comfortable and they have a bit of sole ventilation also. I am a 44 in sidi and giro, followed the chart and fit a 43 in Fizik. Highly recommend.
Can't give a full in depth review because they will be a Christmas present. I have been searching for a pair of white cycling shoes for a while. Tried a few and these seem to be what I've been wanting. I tried them on for a few minutes and felt great and just the look I have been wanting.