At the intersection of super clean styling and the latest technology and materials comes the Men's Trans Boa HV+ Shoe from Giro, specifically sized for those with wider, high volume feet. The Trans Boa provides plenty of comfort while dishing out watts over the hours and coming in at a very respectable price. These sleek shoes are plenty light and stiff for race weekends and will still treat your feet to comfort on long solo efforts. When the mercury rises, you'll quickly appreciate the perforated, breathable microfiber upper with mesh inserts that easily let air enter the shoe and heat to exit, keeping your feet cooler and drier. Closures consist of an offset, low-profile hook-and-loop strap with D-ring and a Boa L6 dial, offering 1mm adjustments with a macro release, for fast, intuitive adjustments on the go as well as allowing the shoe to comfortably conform to your foot without any tight spots. Giro includes its much-lauded molded EVA footbed with medium arch support helping to stabilize your feet over the long miles. Giro's SuperNatural Fit Kit is available separately if you need to customize the fit a little further. Sole duties are handled by the sturdy Easton EC70 carbon composite outsole with plenty of stiffness for sprinting for a prime at your local crit or during out of the saddle, big ring climbing efforts. Finally, steel hardware and replaceable heel pads increase the long-term durability so you'll enjoy many seasons with these shoes. Enjoy clipping in and riding in comfort and style with the Trans Boa HV+ shoes.
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Giro Trans Boa HV+ Cycling Shoe - Men's
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