Giro Cylinder HV+ ShoesThe Giro Cylinder HV+ Shoes
are made for riders with wide or high-volume feet who seek comfort and quality without sacrificing performance. The Boa L6 provides 1mm adjustment increments when tightening, allowing you to dial in your ...
Giro Empire V90 Shoes 2015Giro and the Empire
V90 are steering high-performance off-road shoes down a fresh track. Gone are the hook and loop closures and plastic foot beds. Taking their place are lace-up, lightweight one-piece uppers and Easton EC90 ...
Giro Jacket II ShoesThe Giro Jacket II Shoes
are skate inspired mountain bike shoes designed for a life on the trails. They feature the Vibram Megagrip rubber outsole, which provides you with exceptional grip for trail riding, dirt jumping and ...
When you think of cycling footwear, sandals don’t pop into your head. Sandals are usually reserved for light hiking, days at the beach, and walks around town on summer nights. When I tell you there are sandals designed for cycling, you are probably wondering what makes it different than other sandals. Cycling sandals are most similar to dual strap hiking sandals made by companies such as Teva. These sandals feature wide, stable, and stiff rubber soles which provide proper support necessary for hiking. A cycling sandal has a stiff rubber sole along with a bolt pattern underneath that accepts SPD cleats which work with Shimano SPD compatible clip-in pedals. With SPD sandals, you can achieve the efficiency of the SPD system in a comfortable casual design. Ride your SPD equipped bike to the beach or grocery store without having to throw on your cycling specific socks and shoes.
If you have any questions about cycling sandals, hop on a call or a chat with one of our expert Gear Advisors today at 888-880-3811. They are always happy to help you with any questions you may have. Keep Pedaling!!