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Giro hasn't been in the shoe market nearly as long as some of its peers, but that doesn't stop it from designing some of the most comfortable shoes we've worn. The Giro Carbide shoe is ideal for everyone from the first-timer to the pro. The uppers are sewn from synthetic leather with mesh inserts. And while you may wonder why Giro doesn't use real leather, one of the advantages is that synthetic leather holds its shape without stretching, even when wet, for more hours of comfort. The uppers have been given mesh inserts to help your feet breathe. The footbed is molded EVA with a built-in arch support to keep your feet from fatiguing and has an Aegis antimicrobial treatment to reduce odors. On the bottom are economical nylon soles. These soles have enough stiffness to efficiently transfer power to the pedals, but they are not so stiff that they are uncomfortable to walk in. Speaking of "walking in," the Carbides have a lugged sole for grip.
Great shoes, my feet typically get numb after 1.5 hours of riding.Published 17 hours ago by S Nesbitt
Buyer beware. The soles are hard plastic and incredibly slippery on hardball or rock. Clip adapter in sole works just fine. Sheds mud easily when not clipped. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Matt M.
Have been wearing these shoes for about a year now and still liking them. I use these shoes for both road and mountain biking and they have held up fairly well all stitching is... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Kristopher J. Wilson
These were too small, although I ordered according to the seller directions. I suggest going a little larger.Published 24 days ago by Daniel E.
Love, love, love these shoes. I've had them for two days and already put about 50 miles on them. They run hotter than my other bike shoes, which will be good for winter cycling. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Melissa Roberts