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  • Waterproof, windproof microfiber uppers; microfiber liners also seal out water while remaining breathable
  • PrimaLoft® synthetic insulation provides lightweight, breathable warmth that continues to warm even when damp
  • Lace closure with lace holders; rubber tow and heel reinforcement; reflective details for visibility
  • Rugged Vibram® outsoles are SPD-compatible (cleats not included)

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Specs

Best Use Mountain Biking
Upper Polyester microfiber
Lining Polyester
Footbed EVA
Midsole Unavailable
Outsole Vibram rubber
Waterproof Yes
Cleat Design 2-hole
SPD Compatible Yes
Time Mountain Compatible Yes
Look Mountain Compatible Yes
Crankbrothers Compatible Yes
Footwear Closure Lace-up
Traction Tread Yes
Average Footwear Weight (Pair) 1 lb. 15 oz.
Gender Men's

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for winter commuting! I ride in Chicago year round whenever it's not below zero. I got these boots because over booties can become cumbersome. These boots were the answer to my prayers a they are light weight, waterproof and stylish. The fit is great as the shoe tongue and lining material mold to your feet. I do warn that they do run small. I usually wear a 37.5 women's and since they don't make a women's model, had to buy a 39 men's. Additionally, I wouldn't necessarily wear them around walking outside for an extended period of time though they are comfortable enough walking around the office for 6 or so hrs.
Date published: 2015-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Shoe! Strong! This shoe is strong! I commute over 20 miles a day and ride all year long. Where I live in Japan, it rains (torrential rains), snows and it's humid and this shoe came through like a pro! It's a lot more rugged than it looks. The only negative thing I would say is that the top of the shoe is a little low and awkwardly designed and if it's raining or you're going through some water, the inner padding can get a little wet on top, so keep your laces tight. For those of you who live in rainy places, you'll have no problems. The Shimano MW Goretex-81's I had fell apart. Yes, I would buy this product!
Date published: 2016-02-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Warm and comfortable I decided to give these a try since my shoes with over-booties weren't cutting it on sub 35 degree rides. They've been worth the price to me as they've proven very comfortable. With wools socks they have kept my feet reasonably comfortable in 25 degree weather. They are decent to walk in. The toe box seems large, and stays comfortable throughout my rides (up to 30 miles as of this review). I haven't noticed any hot or pressure spots. I highly recommend these.
Date published: 2015-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice shoulder season and winter riding boots The boots run small. I needed to buy a 47 instead of a 45 which I normally wear. This allows for the boot to be snug if laced tight, and warmer with wool socks and some breathing room. The length in the 45 was also too short. I was surprised at how nice it is to walk in them. They come with an extra pair of laces, which are black, and make these blend in as non-biking shoes. These are now my go to commuters, and until it get's really cold here in Minneapolis, I will wear them more than my 45Norths. This replaced my LG cross boots, and I can say they are worth the price. Well build unlike the LGs and not bulky like the 45Norths. This will be my first winter - so far they are comfortable riding and standing in 30 degree weather. They can feel a little clammy with the waterproof layer - but what waterproof layer doesn't feel clammy?
Date published: 2015-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cycling shoes that don't look like cycling shoes These are worth every penny. I got them in anticipation of wet, cold conditions in my upcoming autumn and winter commutes. I've actually worn them in warm September weather and they feel fine. I get a firm, solid footing from the sole and I like the freedom of movement at the ankle. Totally waterproof. Very sharp looking, I've received several compliments from non-cyclists. A few thought they were some kind of futuristic Air Jordans! They do run rather narrow. I wear custom orthotic inserts and ordered the size Men's 11. Typically I'm a size 10.
Date published: 2015-09-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Keeps feet warrm & toasty Being a woman who ordered these who normally takes a size 39.5, I wasn't sure what size to get since there are no half sizes so I got the 39 . Being a mans size, it is wider in the toe area which is perfect for wiggle room and to add a toe warmer if needed. . They are fine to walk in. I world recommend these to both male & female friends .Only spd cleats work with this boot I see. And the sale price is right ! My feet stayed warm on a 21/2 hour 28 degree ride. I did put in a toe warmer . But have ridden in 35degrees with no toe warmers for 4 hours and feet remained warm !
Date published: 2016-12-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great shoe This is a really nice winter riding shoe. I use it for commuting 18 miles each way in Oregon's wet winter. These shoes keep my feet warm and dry. The size runs a bit small. I wear a 43 in other shoes, and the 44 seems a bit tight in the toes. Note that these are not racing shoes and they don't fit as well as my summer MTB shoes. But, I love them for what they are. They are also nice to walk in. The cleats rarely touch the ground and the shoes are styled like classic sundowner hiking boots.
Date published: 2016-01-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great shoulder-season boots for commuting After years of adapting my warm-weather cycling shoes during the winter months with toe covers, booties, and chemical toe warmers, I decided to purchase these winter cycling booties to see if I could more comfortably get into lower temperatures (below single digit real temperature and a 12-degree windchill for reference). I've had a chance to wear these boots in 50-degree rain and single-digit dry weather; they've performed very well, particularly when paired with wool socks. I won't give these boots a 5-star rating until they are actually more water-proof. If it's raining, shoe covers are necessary to prevent water leaking in from the top and provide an extra layer for the rain to penetrate the upper body of the shoe. The footbed is marvelously insulated compared to usual cycling shoes, although I did have to replace the insole with something that provided greater support in the arch. They're comfortable for a short walk, but you do have to adapt your step to a very rigid sole. With the black laces included in the package, the boots can "pass" for winter booties under a regular outfit, making them convenient for commuting. Last point: I have found these boots to be compatible with my Speedplay Frog cleats although the release is not as smooth as with Shimano or Pearl Izumi cycling shoes. With a little awareness though, I haven't had any trouble.
Date published: 2016-01-13
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Can any type of cleat be added to this boot? I am looking for a winter bicycling boot for my husband, but he has clips on his new fat tire Specialized bike.

Asked by: rocky3398
The Alpineduro Mountain Bike Shoes will accept SPD-style 2-hole cleats for clipless pedal systems.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-12-23

Will these stretch at all with use?  Love the boots but they are snug across the toes and I  think the next size up may be too long. Thanks. 

Asked by: Kat M
These shoes should stretch out a bit after use. Of course you are more than welcome to return the shoes if they do not fit properly. https://www.rei.com/help/return-policy.html
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-12-31

Does this shoe have a removable insole that I can replace with a warmer liner?

Asked by: PAgirl
​Yes, the stock insoles can be removed from these shoes.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-06

Interested in Giro Alpineduro shoes, especially coming off some very cold and wet rides recently. They seem especially well-suited to winter use, but could they be using during warmer times of the year without being too hot?

Asked by: Steve Plattner
These shoes are designed for year-round riding and they are breathable enough for rides in warm weather. However, each person is different and some people may find them too warm for summer weather.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-04
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Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for winter commuting! I ride in Chicago year round whenever it's not below zero. I got these boots because over booties can become cumbersome. These boots were the answer to my prayers a they are light weight, waterproof and stylish. The fit is great as the shoe tongue and lining material mold to your feet. I do warn that they do run small. I usually wear a 37.5 women's and since they don't make a women's model, had to buy a 39 men's. Additionally, I wouldn't necessarily wear them around walking outside for an extended period of time though they are comfortable enough walking around the office for 6 or so hrs.
Date published: 2015-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Shoe! Strong! This shoe is strong! I commute over 20 miles a day and ride all year long. Where I live in Japan, it rains (torrential rains), snows and it's humid and this shoe came through like a pro! It's a lot more rugged than it looks. The only negative thing I would say is that the top of the shoe is a little low and awkwardly designed and if it's raining or you're going through some water, the inner padding can get a little wet on top, so keep your laces tight. For those of you who live in rainy places, you'll have no problems. The Shimano MW Goretex-81's I had fell apart. Yes, I would buy this product!
Date published: 2016-02-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Warm and comfortable I decided to give these a try since my shoes with over-booties weren't cutting it on sub 35 degree rides. They've been worth the price to me as they've proven very comfortable. With wools socks they have kept my feet reasonably comfortable in 25 degree weather. They are decent to walk in. The toe box seems large, and stays comfortable throughout my rides (up to 30 miles as of this review). I haven't noticed any hot or pressure spots. I highly recommend these.
Date published: 2015-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice shoulder season and winter riding boots The boots run small. I needed to buy a 47 instead of a 45 which I normally wear. This allows for the boot to be snug if laced tight, and warmer with wool socks and some breathing room. The length in the 45 was also too short. I was surprised at how nice it is to walk in them. They come with an extra pair of laces, which are black, and make these blend in as non-biking shoes. These are now my go to commuters, and until it get's really cold here in Minneapolis, I will wear them more than my 45Norths. This replaced my LG cross boots, and I can say they are worth the price. Well build unlike the LGs and not bulky like the 45Norths. This will be my first winter - so far they are comfortable riding and standing in 30 degree weather. They can feel a little clammy with the waterproof layer - but what waterproof layer doesn't feel clammy?
Date published: 2015-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cycling shoes that don't look like cycling shoes These are worth every penny. I got them in anticipation of wet, cold conditions in my upcoming autumn and winter commutes. I've actually worn them in warm September weather and they feel fine. I get a firm, solid footing from the sole and I like the freedom of movement at the ankle. Totally waterproof. Very sharp looking, I've received several compliments from non-cyclists. A few thought they were some kind of futuristic Air Jordans! They do run rather narrow. I wear custom orthotic inserts and ordered the size Men's 11. Typically I'm a size 10.
Date published: 2015-09-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Keeps feet warrm & toasty Being a woman who ordered these who normally takes a size 39.5, I wasn't sure what size to get since there are no half sizes so I got the 39 . Being a mans size, it is wider in the toe area which is perfect for wiggle room and to add a toe warmer if needed. . They are fine to walk in. I world recommend these to both male & female friends .Only spd cleats work with this boot I see. And the sale price is right ! My feet stayed warm on a 21/2 hour 28 degree ride. I did put in a toe warmer . But have ridden in 35degrees with no toe warmers for 4 hours and feet remained warm !
Date published: 2016-12-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great shoe This is a really nice winter riding shoe. I use it for commuting 18 miles each way in Oregon's wet winter. These shoes keep my feet warm and dry. The size runs a bit small. I wear a 43 in other shoes, and the 44 seems a bit tight in the toes. Note that these are not racing shoes and they don't fit as well as my summer MTB shoes. But, I love them for what they are. They are also nice to walk in. The cleats rarely touch the ground and the shoes are styled like classic sundowner hiking boots.
Date published: 2016-01-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great shoulder-season boots for commuting After years of adapting my warm-weather cycling shoes during the winter months with toe covers, booties, and chemical toe warmers, I decided to purchase these winter cycling booties to see if I could more comfortably get into lower temperatures (below single digit real temperature and a 12-degree windchill for reference). I've had a chance to wear these boots in 50-degree rain and single-digit dry weather; they've performed very well, particularly when paired with wool socks. I won't give these boots a 5-star rating until they are actually more water-proof. If it's raining, shoe covers are necessary to prevent water leaking in from the top and provide an extra layer for the rain to penetrate the upper body of the shoe. The footbed is marvelously insulated compared to usual cycling shoes, although I did have to replace the insole with something that provided greater support in the arch. They're comfortable for a short walk, but you do have to adapt your step to a very rigid sole. With the black laces included in the package, the boots can "pass" for winter booties under a regular outfit, making them convenient for commuting. Last point: I have found these boots to be compatible with my Speedplay Frog cleats although the release is not as smooth as with Shimano or Pearl Izumi cycling shoes. With a little awareness though, I haven't had any trouble.
Date published: 2016-01-13
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Questions & Answers

Can any type of cleat be added to this boot? I am looking for a winter bicycling boot for my husband, but he has clips on his new fat tire Specialized bike.

Asked by: rocky3398
The Alpineduro Mountain Bike Shoes will accept SPD-style 2-hole cleats for clipless pedal systems.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-12-23

Will these stretch at all with use?  Love the boots but they are snug across the toes and I  think the next size up may be too long. Thanks. 

Asked by: Kat M
These shoes should stretch out a bit after use. Of course you are more than welcome to return the shoes if they do not fit properly. https://www.rei.com/help/return-policy.html
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-12-31

Does this shoe have a removable insole that I can replace with a warmer liner?

Asked by: PAgirl
​Yes, the stock insoles can be removed from these shoes.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-06

Interested in Giro Alpineduro shoes, especially coming off some very cold and wet rides recently. They seem especially well-suited to winter use, but could they be using during warmer times of the year without being too hot?

Asked by: Steve Plattner
These shoes are designed for year-round riding and they are breathable enough for rides in warm weather. However, each person is different and some people may find them too warm for summer weather.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-04
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