$70.00 - $140.00
Don’t let the cool, casual, skate styling fool you – Giro’s Chamber shoes pack a high-tech, high-performance punch. Once you slip your foot into the supportive internal bootie, you’ll love the glove-like fit that also keeps pesky trail debris out. A stiff, protective, internal shank is clipless-pedal compatible, so you can hammer out of corners and stay with the best on flat-out sprints. For additional grip, tacky Vibram soles stick confidently in all conditions, so you’ve got plenty of control even when you’re unclipped. Plus, the Poron XRD heel cups absorb heavy impacts and provide some cushion on the push back up.
$110.00 - $180.00
Giro's Terradura blends walkability, durability and pedaling stiffness for a more versatile version of a race-inspired shoe. A robust Vibram lug outsole grips pedals and various surfaces—mud, logs, rocks—with equal dexterity. The supple microfiber upper is tailored for a woman’s foot and features a micro-ratcheting buckle and two-strap closure system that adjusts quickly and easily to tune the fit. A reinforced toe box gives impact protection where and when it’s needed most.
The Chamber II shoe holds fast to the legacy of Giro's original EWS and DH World Cup-winning Chamber shoe—secure fit, a durable water-resistant reinforced microfiber upper and a full Vibram Megagrip rubber outsole—and steps up to a new level with a 10mm cleat setback. More setback allows you to position the pedals further back under the arch of the foot to reduce fatigue and enhance positioning for technical terrain. The internal shank also has been updated with a Tri-Mold construction that optimizes stiffness and flex for each zone of the foot. The result is a new level of performance that’s better from top to bottom, with the right amount of flex for uphill pushing, incredible pedaling efficiency, and a better connection to the pedals.
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.
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