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Details

  • High-quality, breathable microfiber uppers
  • Fit is secure and supportive thanks to a slim, micro-adjustable buckle and 2-strap closure system, while a reinforced toe box offers protection from scrapes and impacts
  • Stout nylon shanks that pedal like pure XC shoes while grippy Vibram® rubber outsoles inspire confidence when scrambling over rocks and logs
  • Strong and secure MR-2 ratcheting buckle closure (replaceable); offset strap D-ring at midfoot
  • Flexible forefoot zones for walking; molded EVA footbeds with medium arch support and Aegis® Microbe Shield antimicrobial treatment
  • Molded SPD-compatible shank with optimized cleat zone
  • Full Vibram high-traction lugged outsoles

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Specs

Best Use Cycling
Upper Synthetic leather/polyurethane
Lining Mesh
Footbed EVA
Outsole Rubber
Cleat Design 2-hole
SPD Compatible Yes
Time Mountain Compatible Yes
Look Mountain Compatible Yes
Crankbrothers Compatible Yes
Footwear Closure Buckle
Traction Tread Yes
Average Footwear Weight (Pair) 1 lb. 13.6 oz.
Gender Men's

Size chart

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Initial impression This is just an initial review based on a "first look". They fit true to size. I got these in a 43 and they fit pretty much the same as my size 43 Five Ten Freeriders. In fact, I'm replacing an older pair of Giro mountain shoes in a 43.5 and these are just a hair larger. Also, I have them mounted with SPD cleats. The connection is better if you put some cleat shim/spacers under them, IMO, unless you want a tight connection. I had an old pair of Eggbeater plastic shims and they work great.
Date published: 2016-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stiff and comfy This is the best shoe I've been able to find that offers both stiffness and comfort. The shoe will not win any weight awards, but it is by no means heavy and will outlast any super light shoe on the market. Giro also nailed the fit and look; they are true to size and hug your feet perfectly. The orange or blue colors are super sexy. The black ones on the other hand looked a little dull and boring. I have a standard width foot that leans slightly towards the narrow side. Most high performace cycling shoes strangle my forefoot and toes in order to provide a secure & stiff fit, leaving my feet numb towards the middle and end of my ride. These manage to provide ample room without feeling loose. They are very secure when pedaling and on steep terrain. Stiffness is not lacking and power transfer to the pedals is very apparent. I really really really love this shoe and everything it offers. Last thing, if you're ever needing to hike a bike, these Vibram soles are fantastic to hike in.
Date published: 2016-07-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great tough shoe, but not for skinny feet? Positives: Great soles, can hike a bike without slipping all over the place, and enough flex in the toe area to make it reasonable....but still stiffness throughout the rest of the sole. I haven't owned them for that long, but it seems like everything about them will hold up for awhile compared to my other bike shoes. Was planning to do the AZT300 with them and after some bikepacking test days I think they would have done fine, but then I broke my arm. Probably next year. Negatives: The top buckle strap doesn't allow for enough closure. In other words when it's completely tight with no more clicks left, there's still play in my foot pulling up.....which means heal rubbing, blisters and other bad things. This isn't because I bought a size too big, if I had downsized the rest of the shoe would be too small....particularly after long days on the bike and with potential foot swelling. I liked the shoe enough that I just took it to a local boot guy and he took the plastic ratchet thing off, cut the leather back 1/2" and restitched it on for $8. Now I can strap it down tight and not have to worry about any foot movements. However for a $200 pair of shoes, that shouldn't be necessary.
Date published: 2017-06-07
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When do you expect to stock the matte-lime color?

Asked by: EDventure
As of March 2017, we have no plans to offer the matte lime color. All available colors are on our website.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-29

Re the men's Terraduro shoe, can a cover plate be fashioned for the cleat attachment point to allow use with clip/gages? If not , will inserting screws in the cleat attachment points be adequate to allow use with clips/cages?

Asked by: stlrei
Giro does not make a filler plate for the Terraduro Mountain Bike Shoes. Inserting the cleats screws is the best bet.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-06-24

Does REI have th Ed Terraduro available in wide widths? Giro makes them, but don't see that as a size option. Can they be ordered? I'd like to purchase them from REI, but need the wide sizing.

Asked by: Nope
Unfortunately, we do not sell these shoes in wide widths. Additionally, we are unable to make a special order for these shoes in a wide with through REI.com.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-27
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