Giro Whynd Shoes - Women's

Giro Whynd Shoes - Women's
Giro Whynd Shoes - Women's
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Whynd Shoes - Women's by Giro
Take a break from the rollers and head to the gym for some wintertime intensity in the Giro women's Whynd Shoes. Crank up the tunes, dial in the resistance, and get your spin on with the Whynd's exceptional comfort and adjustability. These shoes feature a molded EVA outsole that's just the right amount of rigid to prevent annoying hot spots and still allow you to walk comfortably on the outsole's rubber "walking zones," which provide grip on a wide variety of flooring surfaces. The recessed cleat area accommodates two-bolt cleats to lock into your favorite compatible pedals while keeping them up and out of the way for easy walking when you're not on the bike. Giro fashions the uppers from a mix of microfiber and mesh joined with laces for an extra-customizable and comfortable fit. For added stability, a large hook-and-loop strap crosses the midfoot to provide extra support and keep the laces in place and out of the chain's way.

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SKU: GIR00AU
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