Giro Road Heel Pad Set

Giro Road Heel Pad Set
Giro Road Heel Pad Set
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Road Heel Pad Set by Giro
Giro's top-level road cycling shoes are built to last, so when your heel pads finally wear out from extended use, take solace knowing they are completely replaceable so you don't have to get an entirely new pair of shoes. The Giro Road Heel Pad Set includes heel pads for the left and right shoe, as well as replacement hardware so you can bring your shoes back to original spec and keep on rollin.'

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SKU: GIR00LE
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