Giro's Trans Boa offers classic cycling styling with the latest tech and materials offering exceptional performance at a price that won't make you cringe. These streamlined shoes are race worthy and plenty light and stiff for competition use or long solo rides. Keeping your dog's cool on warm rides, a perforated, breathable microfiber and mesh upper let's air easily enter the shoe and heat exhaust, eliminating hot spots. An offset low-profile strap and D-ring closure and Boa L6 dials, taking up slack in 1mm adjustments and offering macro release, allow for fast, intuitive adjustments on the go so the shoe can comfortably conform to your foot without any pinch points. A molded EVA footbed provides medium arch support helping provide comfort over the long miles. Giro's SuperNatural Fit Kit is available separately if you need to dial the fit a little further. At the bottom, a robust Easton EC70 carbon composite outsole offers plenty of stiffness for the dash to the line and while dancing on the pedals while scaling your local bergs and cols. Steel hardware and replaceable heel pads increase long-term durability so you'll enjoy many seasons with these shoes. Enjoy clipping in comfort and style for racking up the miles in Giro's Trans Boa shoes.
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Giro Trans Boa Cycling Shoe - Men's
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