Giro Mele Triathlon Shoes

Giro Mele Triathlon Shoes
Giro Mele Triathlon Shoes
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Mele Triathlon Shoes by Giro
Providing a foot-conforming fit with effortless efficiency for fast transfers when you're racing, the Giro Mele Men's Triathlon Shoes deliver comfort, support, and all-out speed. These tri-specific shoes feature a microfiber upper that wraps your feet precisely for maximum support and comfort. Generous use of Air-mesh ventilates when you're racing and training under the hot summer sun. Two hook-and-loop straps provide a secure, ultra-snug fit without wasting precious time, thanks to their biaxial design. In fact, you can dial-in the fit of the forefoot strap before your race, leaving just one upper strap to adjust for speedy transitions. The shoe's Aegis antimicrobial footbed combats built-up odor, while its adjustable arch cradles your foot in customizable support. Maximizing efficiency where the pedal meets the shoe, the Easton EC70 carbon composite sole features a lowered 6. 5mm stack height for powerful response without the sole inhibiting energy transfer. Moreover, you'll find a scuff guard at the heel, as well as an easy-pull heel tab for even faster transitions when you're moving from swim to bike stages.

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SKU: GIR0433
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