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Giro Trans E70 Shoes
$97.00 - $200.00
Giro's Trans E70 is a revelation, combining timeless cycling style with the latest materials to redefine performance at this price. It starts with a perforated Evofiber upper that conforms to your foot, and their acclaimed SuperNatural Fit footbed with adjustable arch support to help optimize your comfort and pedaling efficiency. Then Giro adds a robust Easton EC70 carbon composite outsole with replaceable heel pads to get the most out of your pedal stroke, without sacrificing long-term durability.
Giro Trans Boa
$199.99
The Trans Boa combines timeless cycling style with the latest materials to redefine performance at this price. It starts with a perforated, breathable microfiber and mesh upper that conforms to your foot, with a Boa L6 closure dial for fast, intuitive adjustment. Then Giro adds a robust Easton EC70 carbon composite outsole with replaceable heel pads to get the most out of your pedal stroke, without sacrificing long-term durability. - Breathable microfiber and mesh upper - Boa L6 (1mm + with macro release) retention with premium cover - Offset low-profile straps and offset D-ring - Easton EC70 carbon composite outsole - Steel hardware - Replaceable heel pads - Molded EVA footbed with medium arch support - Weight: 265 grams (size 42.5)
Giro Manta R - Women's
$73.00 - $150.00
Giro took a classic trail shoe and made it even better. The Manta R features a new nylon and rubber co-molded outsole for exceptional durability and improved grip on rocks or roots. The reinforced toe box boasts a rubber toe-guard for improved durability, yet comfort reigns supreme with a supple microfiber upper, two straps, and a micro-ratcheting buckle. Those features, combined with the stiff and efficient nylon outsole, create a shoe that rivals the performance of more expensive composite designs. Other highlights include aggressive lugs for improved traction, toe spike compatibility, and a supportive EVA footbed with Aegis anti-microbial treatment.
Giro Apeckx II
$61.00 - $149.99
Giro's Apeckx II combines a supple bonded and welded mesh upper with an impressively stiff DuPont Zytel sole. The welded and bonded upper results in fewer seams for reduced hot spots and improved comfort. Fit is adjustable via the classic combination of a micro-ratcheting, low-profile N-1 buckle and two straps. A supportive, anti-microbial EVA footbed optimizes comfort while reducing odor. Plus, the Apeckx II is built on the same last as Giro's highest-performance shoes, so you get the same amazing fit that has made Giro the fastest-growing brand of cycling shoes.
Giro Cylinder
$149.99
The Cylinder mountain bike shoe offers the comfort you'd expect from Giro with the quick adjustment provided by a Boa dial. With a single dial and a set-and-forget front strap, you can quickly get in your shoes and hit the trails. The Boa L6 dial offers 1mm adjustment increments when tightening, and a macro-release function to get out of the shoe. The co-molded nylon and rubber lugged outsole provides high traction and durability. - Boa L6 (1mm + with macro release) retention with lower-volume strap - Toe and heel microfiber reinforcements - Synthetic upper - Co-molded nylon and rubber high-traction lugged outsole - Mid-foot scuff guard - Accommodates steel toe spikes - Die-cut insoles - Weight: 315 grams (size 42)
Giro Cylinder W
$140.00 - $149.99
The Cylinder W mountain bike shoe offers the comfort you'd expect from Giro with the quick adjustment provided by a Boa dial. With a single dial and a set-and-forget front strap, you can quickly get in your shoes and hit the trails. The Boa L6 dial offers 1mm adjustment increments when tightening, and a macro-release function to get out of the shoe. The co-molded nylon and rubber lugged outsole provides high traction and durability. - Boa L6 (1mm + with macro release) retention with lower-volume strap - Toe and heel microfiber reinforcements - Synthetic upper - Co-molded nylon and rubber high-traction lugged outsole - Die-cut insoles - Weight: 320 grams (size 39)
Giro Carbide R II
$99.99
The Carbide R II is an XC shoe with the comfortable, supportive fit found in Giro's premium shoes. They added a nylon and rubber co-molded outsole for impressive durability, grip, and traction in rocks and mud. While they were at it, they redesigned the upper to combine supple synthetic fiber with mesh panels for increased breathability and lighter weight. Three wide straps allow easy fit adjustments, and a supportive EVA footbed enhances comfort. A stout injected nylon sole helps transfer power to the pedals instantly, enhancing your connection to the bike. - High-quality, breathable synthetic fiber with mesh panels - Classic 3-strap closure - Co-molded nylon and rubber high-traction lugged outsole - Mid-foot scuff guard - Accommodates steel toe spikes - Die-cut insoles - Weight: 310 grams (size 42)
Giro Techne W
$99.99
The Techne Women's road shoe offers the comfort you'd expect from Giro with the quick adjustment provided by a classic three-strap retention system. The three straps provide a great range of fits, and they're easy to use so you can quickly get your shoes on for the ride or indoor cycling class. Giro's universal 3/2 nylon outsole allows you to mount either mountain bike or road cleats depending on your pedal preference. - Classic 3-strap design - Synthetic upper - Injected nylon outsole with universal cleat mount (2- or 3-bolt) - Die-cut insoles - Weight: 245 grams (size 39)
Giro Jacket II
$89.99
The Jacket II is the “daily driver” of Giro's footwear line, at home on the pump track, the shop floor and over doubles on the trail—or at the pub. To cover this much ground with a single pair of shoes you have to get the balance right—durability and performance where it counts, with style throughout. GIro gets it. That’s why they use a reinforced, water-resistant microfiber upper matched to a Vibram Ecostep rubber outsole for comfort, durability and sure grip on the pedals. It’s the versatility you need, every day, to live pedal to the metal.
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