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I used to use Sidi T2s. The only thing I noticed was the Specialized shoe has more toe room. The Sidi shoes get very narrow into the toe.
I really like the shoes. I also previously had Sidi's and really like the roomier toe box in the Specialized shoes. The Sidi toe is very tapered, the Specialized is more square, and there is more depth there, so room for insoles if you use them.
I've always been able to pick up these shoes new, unused on ebay or in the Specialized sale section for far less than the retail price. Sometimes I've even found my size over in the men's sale section, too. FWIW, I wear 6.5 in running shoes, and 37 in the TriVent.
I've got short, wide feet. These were the widest, small non-custom shoe I could find. The toe box can be stretched further by inserting a pinch clamp in handle side first. I also cut the bottom strap off to loosen that area up--and it's one less strap to fool with in transition!
"Ain't no shortcuts to the Opry."