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  • Giro Chamber Shoe - Men's Side
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  • Giro Chamber Shoe - Men's Sole
  • Giro Chamber Shoe - Men's Black/Gum
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  • Giro Chamber Shoe - Men's Side
  • Giro Chamber Shoe - Men's Top
  • Giro Chamber Shoe - Men's Top
  • Giro Chamber Shoe - Men's Top
  • Giro Chamber Shoe - Men's Top
  • Giro Chamber Shoe - Men's Sole

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  • Giro Chamber Shoe - Men's Black/Gum
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Giro Chamber Shoe - Men's

$139.95

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    The Giro Chamber Shoe offers 'cross and downhill racers all the power benefits of a stiff, clipped-in shoe while still maintaining functionality for those moments when the shoe isn't locked to the pedal. The Chamber's stiff insole eliminates pressure points, and its Vibram outsole provides traction on the pedals when the cleat isn't locked in.

    This shoe is designed to keep a low profile over the pedal for efficient pedaling, and it includes a heel cup and bootie retention system for a comfy and secure fit that's free of heel slippage. Giro also includes Poron XRD in the heel cup to help absorb impacts and a rubber-reinforced toe box for durability. The Giro Chamber Shoe has a breathable upper to keep your feet happy and dry and a hook-and-loop strap to keep laces safely away from the drivetrain.

    • Synthetic leather upper material
    • Vibram outsole
    • Lace-up closure with hook-and-loop protective strap
    • Reinforced toe box enhances durability
    • Compatible with SPD pedal/cleat systems
    • Item #GIR0434

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    synthetic rubber
    Closure
    lace, hook and loop strap
    Midsole
    EVA
    Sole
    Vibram
    Cleat Compatibility
    SPD
    Recommended Use
    mountain biking

    Tech Specs

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    Stiff

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times
    • Fit:True to size

    Despite their skate-style appearance these shoes are about as stiff as my traditional xc shoes, although slightly heavier. I'm using them in conjunction with XT Trail pedals and they feel rock solid. I'm a true 10.5/44 with wide feet and the fit is spot on; very snug without losing circulation during rides.

    My only gripe with these shoes is that in the current setting my cleats click when walking. I have Shimano cleats mounted in the very top inside corners. It's possible that other cleat/mounting configurations won't have this issue but i'm disappointed that Giro didn't get this dialed.

    Felt skinny

    • Familiarity:I returned this product before using it
    • Fit:True to size
    • Size Bought: 9

    I don't have much to add here since I tried them on an returned them, but these shoes felt pretty skinny. I have a problem with my feet going numb. Lengthwise though, they felt spot on for my normal size

    Great shoe but....

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times
    • Fit:True to size
    • Size Bought: 12

    The first set of shoes I got the left mount plate was poped out of the shoe and rattling around inside the shoe.
    The second set was fine installed my crank brother cleats and went for a ride. To find out the stock cleat bolts are too long for this shoe and where pushing on the bottom of my foot. I've had many clip less shoes and never had this problem. After cutting the bolts they are awesome. Stiff but walkable and the cleats don't click on the ground. They have plenty of room in the toe box For those with wider feet.

    Ride like a pro!

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times
    • Fit:True to size

    I recently made the switch from flats to clipless after a fried of mine noticed I was curling my toes over the front of my pedals as I rode. After he mentioned that I started noticing how unstable I felt while trying to push my riding.

    Since making the switch to clipless I have so much more confidence while riding. I feel like I can really take my downhill skills to the next level without having to worry about my feet jumping off of the pedals at any moment.

    I wear a size 10.5 street shoe and the 10.5 fits me perfectly. Another nice thing about the shoes is that the toe box is reinforced. I no longer have to watch my footwork as carefully in the tree sections.

    The shoe cost less then most other(comparable) spd/clipless shoes and looks better than all of them.

    Awesome Shoe! Unfortunately.....

    • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Shoe fits and feels great, pretty true to size, nice firm platform while keeping weight down. Unfortunately one of my shoes was missing the SPD mounting bracket so I wasn't able to test them cliped in. Competitive Cyclist gets five stars for awesome service and for promptly shipping me new shoes and a return label. Giro, well they are a great company, but this shouldn't happen.

    Great shoe

    • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit:True to size

    This shoe is stiff and extremely comfortable to ride in and walk around in. I feel that the rubber isn't as grippy as the rubber Five Ten use for their shoes but the Giro's are way more comfortable (for my feet anyway). They look great too!

    Perfectly balanced

      Coming from 5.10 Hellcats, the Chambers are noticeably lighter and stiffer on the bike. The Vibram sole is comparable in un-clipped pedal grip. I noticed that these shoes do a better job of keeping debris out, and they do a better job of breathability, and staying dry. Top notch so far.

      Do these accept a crank brothers cleat?

      Anyone know if you can ride flats with these? / is there a removable sole insert that hides the SPD bracket?

      do you have to run clips with these?

      do you have to run clips with these?