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- High-quality, breathable synthetic fiber; Classic 3-strap closure
- Universal cleat mount system accomodates both two and three boLT cleat patterns
- Molded EVA footbed with medium arch support; Aegis anti-microbial treatment
- Aegis anti-microbial treatment, Weight: 290 grams(size 42)
- Outsole: Injected nylon with Universal Cleat Mount (2 or 3 bolt)
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As you head out for your next shop ride or weekend sportive, keep your feet content and your pedal stroke efficient with Giro's Treble II Shoes. With a simple, classic design and versatile two- or three-bolt compatibility, the Treble II shoes offer comfort and functionality at a wallet-friendly price. Constructed with a breathable synthetic upper, the shoes use three hook-and-loop straps along the forefoot to allow you to customize the fit before your ride and to make quick fixes once you're in the saddle. Inside the shoes, Giro adds a molded EVA insole to promote efficiency during your pedal stroke by supporting your arches and adding cushion while an Aegis anti-microbial treatment works to hold onto that new-shoe smell for as long as possible. The injected nylon outsole will provide you with stiff, efficient power transfer whether you're working through a grueling spin interval set or trying for a PR on your favorite climb.
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 9 x 5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.29 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00NERH9MI
- Item model number: Giro
- Date first listed on Amazon: November 17, 2009
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Typically I cannot get my adjustments 'quite right' with only Velcro (or buckle which these don't have), so I usually opt for a BOA closure. I was surprised by the excellent fit and ability to cinch them down perfectly. I also like the fact that the tongue of the shoe comes up a bit on the front of my ankle. Many other shoes do not do this and that material, even after a good break-in, can be very annoying or worse, create a bit of a pressure point.
The only real issue I had was that I was getting a bit of a 'hot spot' in my left shoe. Admittedly I was in a rush and set the cleat up identical to another shoe I used often. After a couple minor adjustments it improved, then once back home doing my usual / proper (for me anyway) cleat positioning, then doing two trainer rides (only 30 min and 40 min) there were no hot spots. The next test was an outside ride, granted a short one of just under 20 miles and no hot spot (before I began to feel it creeping on within 10 miles or so).
So with that, I think these are going to be a great addition to my growing collection of cycling gear. I also really like the color, whether it actually does help distracted drivers or not (no where does Giro or anyone claim this that I know of) but combined with a CRAZY bright flashing red frame tail light, bright socks and reasonably bright gear, these help to give me the feeling of a little more security that I'm more easily seen.
I use these for road cycling with SPD-compatible pedals. The SPD attachment points tend to drift during the ride and sometimes make disconnecting form pedals dicey. It's a great entry level shoe, just make sure you get your pedal entry/exit settled before riding