Giro Rumble VR Cycling Shoe - Men's

Giro Rumble VR Cycling Shoe - Men's
$79.95
Rumble VR Cycling Shoe - Men's by Giro
Price subject to change | SKU: GIR00DB

Giro Rumble VR Cycling Shoe - Men's

We love a good pair of super nerdy, minimalist road shoes, but are willing to concede that there are more appropriate choices when things lean towards the dusty and adventury. That said, we aren't willing to sacrifice on style or functionality, which puts the Giro Men's Rumble VR Cycling Shoes right at the top of our adventure cycling footwear wish list. Pairing classic lace-up style that's perfectly at home at your favorite local breakfast cafe with a grippy sole and two-bolt cleat compatibility, the Rumble VRs are up for everything from last-minute gravel excursions to days long epics to leisurely mid-week rides through the city.Giro fashions the Rumble VR's uppers from a mix of synthetic fabrics and mesh, blended to provide a balance of protection and breathability that'll have your feet turning in comfort through dusty side roads, rocky access points, and cloud-clearing sunbursts. The lace-up closure system isn't just there for style, but also offers precise adjustability for an impeccably customized fit that minimizes pressure points.Underfoot, a molded shank gives the sole needed stiffness to efficiently transfer power into speed while leaving enough flex for comfortable walkability during hike-a-bike and coffee shop situations. To cap things off, a Vibram Rubber Outsole provides sure-footed grip while an EVA midsole offers comfortable support.

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