- Upper Material: microfiber
- Closure: N-1 ratchet, 2 hook-and-loop straps
- Footbed: molded EVA insole with medium arch support
- Sole: co-molded nylon and rubber
- Cleat Compatibility: 2-bolt mountain
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The Privateer R features a nylon and rubber co-moulded outsole for durability and improved grip on rocks or roots. The reinforced toe box boasts a rubber toe-guard for improved durability yet comfort reigns supreme with a supple microfiber upper, two straps and a micro-ratcheting buckle. Those features, combined with the stiff and efficient nylon outsole, create a shoe that rivals the performance of more expensive composite designs. Other highlights include aggressive lugs for improved traction, toe spike compatibility and a supportive EVA footbed.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 12 x 9 x 5 inches; 3 Pounds
- Item model number : 7076908
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : September 5, 2016
- Manufacturer : Giro
- ASIN : B01M03AOQW
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Overall build quality of the shoes seems great, I expect these to last for a while. The ratcheting and velcro securing system works fantastic and makes it easy to dial in a comfortable fit.
My first cycling shoe was a venzo cycling shoe from amazon that came bundled with pedals it was okay.
This shoe is so much better in everyway, it made me wonder why I took so long to upgrade. Very comfortable, noticably improved power transfer.
Sizing: I have a wide foot and in non wide shoes typically run a larger size. So, I typically buy 10.5 or size 11 shoes in narrower brands like Nike. The 45 fit my foot fairly well. slightly snug after my ride but will break in well I believe.