Running the show on Giro's mid-level, performance road cycling shoe is the Regime, equipped with an upgraded dual Boa L6 dial closure system compared to the Cadet's single, and style reminiscent of the slightly slenderer, lace-up Empire ACC. The Regime seems to coalesce the finer parts of what works so well with the entry-level Cadet and the more elite performance characteristics of the full carbon sole found in the exceptional Empire line. Constructed with a single piece of Synchwire, with laser-perforations for venting, the Regime provides a supportive and thermobonded fit for any cycling session, whether racing or on the indoor trainer. Ditching the hook-and-loop toe strap of the Cadet, the Regime fine-tunes your fit at 1mm increments with the dual Boa L6 dials for faster micromanagement during on-bike adjustments.Underneath, an upgraded carbon-composite sole efficiently transfers watts to the pedals, and a 3D molded footbed provides medium arch support for a neutral fit. Additionally, the Regime removes the 2-bolt cleat holes and moves to a 3-bolt only cleat pattern with 5mm of adjustment. This signals the transition to a road-focused approach for the Regime. While still accommodating serious indoor training sessions, it will not match with conventional spin-class pedal systems, as will the Cadet.
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