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Giro Terraduro Shoe - Men's

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    Get a grip.

    For security over obstacles when you are forced to hike-a-bike, you no longer need to choose between ultra-stiff road-styled shoes or grippy skate shoes that have no support. Giro’s Terraduro Shoes take the best of both so that you are as comfortable riding your bike as you are walking it.

    The Terraduro’s uppers are sewn from breathable perforated microfiber. To reduce abrasions, the toebox and sidewalls have been reinforced. Moving down, the shoe features a nylon shank that provides the stiffness necessary to put power to the pedals while still being comfortable to walk in. This comfort is further accentuated by an EVA footbed with a medium height arch support.

    At the bottom of the Terraduro, but on the top of the list of cool features, is the Vibram lugged outsole. Yes, Vibram, the same compound used on your beloved hiking shoes. This ensures grip whether you are climbing over wet roots or scaling boulders.

    • Microfiber, EVA and Vibram upper with a breathable microfiber liner
    • Vibram sole
    • Hook-and-loop closures
    • Compatible with 2-hole mountain cleats
    • Item #GIR003K

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    microfiber, Vibram rubber, EVA
    Lining
    microfiber
    Closure
    hook-and-loop
    Sole
    Vibram
    Cleat Compatibility
    two-hole mountain
    Recommended Use
    mountain biking

    Tech Specs

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    Excellent

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

    First pair of clipless shoes here, but I have been pretty impressed with these shoes. On my second ride ever in these shoes, I took the on the Whole Enchilada (35 mile mountain bike ride) and they served me well. I had a little bit of soreness on the instep of my foot, but I imagine that will be relieved a bit as they break in.

    EnduroTastic!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    So this is my second pair. I bought a pair when they first came out about 4 years ago or so and rode them into the ground. I love these shoes and unless you are an XC racer in need of the stiffest sole possible, I highly recommend them. Everybody seems to say they run small, but I always wear a 43 and the 43 Terraduro fits perfectly. With that said, I am a size 9 in regular shoes, so I suppose if somebody is using the fit chart to convert, then yes, they run small because that chart is not accurate. I am a 43 in Shimano, SIDI, Specialized, and Northwave shoes, Size 9 US. I don't do much if any hike a bike sections, but if you do need to put your foot down, the Vibram soles are comfy for short off the bike sections and offer superior traction on slick rock surfaces. I bought them a second time to replace my rapidly deteriorating Trail shoes from another company that cost twice as much and didn't last a whole season.

    Great shoes

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: 43

    I've been wearing these for about 3 months now, and I really like them. They're fairly comfortable (for bike shoes), and they are much easier to walk in when you need to get off the bike. With my previous bike shoes that had more normal bike soles, I always felt like I was going to eat it when hiking the bike over wet rocks. These are much better. They're a little heavier than my previous shoes, but not something that I think is a problem. I highly recommend them. Would order either 1/2 or 1 size larger than usual.

    Solid

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    Was skeptical of a non-carbon soled shoe but this is plenty stiff. Easy enough to walk in but cannot feel pedal in bottom of foot even on hard hits/standing pedaling. Ratchet closure is sturdy and easy to adjust.

    Comfortable shoe with a great sole

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 42

    Very comfortable shoe with a great pedaling friendly sole. Great traction for when walking is required. So far, I like them better than my Specialized S-Works Trail.

    Wore them 6 days straight riding Quebec and Vermont singletrack. :)

    Good...but Not for Narrow Feet!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs large

    I used the Terraduros for a year. Super comfy for walking and totally bombproof construction (now that de-lamination seems solved). However, I've got narrow feet and the shoes were always too wide. Once I started riding more on the road (without distractions of the trail) I realized my feet were swimming in these shoes. Tried a half size down, but length gave me trouble...so it's really the volume. Ended up trying out the VR90 which fit *much* better in the same size as my Terraduros (44). But, in the end I went with the Pearl Izumi X-Project 2.0: much more rigid sole for riding, but also just about as comfy off the bike as the Terraduro.

    Great shoe

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: 42.5

    This is a very good mtn. Bike shoe. Comfortable, solid,well built. Great sole for walking when needed or on flat pedals. They do run a little small so I went up a half size and they are a great fit. Highly recommend.

    Simple, tough shoe.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    The Terraduro is a simple, stylish, and comfortable shoe for whatever the trail throws your way. The sole is nice and grippy when you need to clip out of the pedals and the shoe provides a good platform to apply power to the drivetrain.

    The velcro straps are great for dialing the right fit through the front of the shoe. The ratcheted buckle is easy to use and seems to hold up well.

    Here's to another 5k...

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I love the way my old Pearls treated me (and they lasted over 4k miles)...But I'm very excited to finally switch all my hardgood apparel to GIRO! So far, I've put two months of riding on them and I love every bit.

    They're stiff enough to maintain power through your pedal strokes; yet the Vibram soles are soft enough to make walking the trails or commuting around town running errands very comfortable. I do A LOT of bikepacking and touring, where being in my cleats from sun up to sun down is a necessity; and I highly recommend the comfort these provide for all day wear.

    Here's to another 5k...

    Tough MTB Shoes

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 45

    I compared these shoes with what is available from Pearl Izumi and the SIDI SD15 and decided to go with these. I have not been disappointed. These shoes are well made and grip really well to rocks and pretty much everything. I broke them in riding in Hurricane, UT and later in Moab, UT on the Porcupine Rim with a couple of feet of snow. The shoe is also very stiff with excellent power transfer.

    Killer shoe!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    Gotta love these shoes. I have owned two pairs of Terraduro's for about two and a half seasons now and I am completely sold. Now on my second pair - these shoes will provide you with an extremely comfortable ride while giving you the confidence to push it to the limits. Although they are a great shoe my ONLY issue with these is their durability. With my first pair back in 2014 I had a slight issue with the bottom sole becoming slightly disconnected with the bottom of the shoe. Luckily, Giro has a great warranty policy (through them directly) and took care of shipping me a brand new pair after I sent in my old ones.

    Overall, if you are looking for a stylish, comfortable and a great shoe for the money - look no further. I'd definitely recommend these to a friend!

    If you have any questions on these shorts or any other mountain biking apparel feel free to reach out to me at (801) 746-7580 ext. 4776.

    Sweet!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 10.5

    This season I put several hundred miles on these shoes and they are great. They fit like a glove. I was concerned they would be narrow, but they are spot on. Comfortable from the very first ride. Stiff exactly where they need to be. I've had no issues getting in and out of my SPD pedals, which reminds me it's time for some new pedals, but I digress. I did have a blow out and ended up having to huff it back to the trailhead and these are surprisingly comfortable. Dismounted pushing the bike up some seriously steep inclines, there is plenty of grip. The one side benefit, and I know this might sound silly, but they're quiet. Previous Sidi and Specialized sounded like Dutch wooden clogs. I was worried about no vents or mesh, but after a VERY hot summer these were no problem. Hope they last 'cause these are some sweet cycling shoes. I know early batches had the delamination problem. My resident gearhead assured me these are post that batch and so far they've been solid.

    Great shoes with one issue

    • Fit: Runs small

    I really love these shoes. The fit great. Are very walkable for Hike a bike needs. And overall held up great. But, looks as though I got a pair that had issues they said were fixed. The rubber sole seperated from the plate after about a year or less. Both shoes. Bummer!

    coming back for more

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    buying a second pair of these now, they have held up really really well and have performed excellent. Stiff sole but comfortable, they do run a little narrow so if you have a wide foot keep that in mind.

    Remember - Everyone is built differently

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    These shoes work for me. Super comfy, tough.



    I used to have to drive to the trail in street shoes, change shoes, ride, change shoes, and drive home.



    Now, I just slip these bad boys on in the garage and I'm off. Whether I'm driving the auto, or, the stick.

    Remember - Everyone is built differently

    Bike packing superstar

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 45

    I spent some time bikepacking this summer in some pretty rough terrain and these performed quite well. The rubber is sticky, the cleat is bellow the plain of the sole and the rockered toe makes walking way easier than my Sidi dominator 5's (which I also love....for pedaling).

    Great shoe when you need to hike a bike

      I purchased these as an alternative to my Sidi Drako's (also an amazing shoe) for rides when I anticipate portions that will require some off bike walking and hiking. Last year I purchased a pair of Pearl Izumi Project-X 1.0's only to find out they had major problems causing blisters when hiking (http://www.competitivecyclist.com/pearl-izumi-x-project-1.0-shoe-mens?s=a). The Project-X's also tending to scratch up your crank.

      I bought the Terraduro's earlier this year and used them for a few rides locally in Ohio to ensure they fit well and the cleats sets correctly. I then took them on a 10 day trip to Colorado where I rode Snowmass/Aspen, Beaver Creak, Edwards, and Vail areas. Some of the rides, such as the Elkhorn to A10 connector had significant hike-a-bike segments (http://www.mtbproject.com/trail/3966441).

      The shoes were great on the bike. I wear a size 42.0 and they were roomy. I have a fairly wide forefoot but had no issues in these shoes. I do use the Giro supernatural insoles with the high arch support as well in all my shoes. The pedaling platform was solid. I used them on my Niner RIP9RDO with XTR Trail pedals and the engaged and disengaged with no difficulty at all.

      Off the bike they were also excellent. Hopping across slippery rocks in a stream or climbing up a steep hike-a-bike section, they gripped well and remained comfortable. There was no slipping at all and more importantly...no blisters!

      The initial release of this shoe had delamination issues that appear to have been worked out by Giro. I had no issues with this to date.

      For someone looking for a shoe that is very good on and off the bike, I would recommend this shoe without hesitation. If you are looking for a pure crossing country shoe built for speed, then something like the Sidi Drako's are still going to be a better option. I now pull out the shoe that is best suited for the ride I'm going to do that day.

      Help I Can't Get Out

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: Runs small
      • Size Bought: 46

      As much as I want to love these shoes I just can't. Why? Because when I am clipped into my pedals I can't get out unless I am at the very top of my pedal stroke because the sole hits against the crank arms and won't allow me to release. I have gone down multiple times because of this. I think this is dumb. So I ended up buying some flat pedals and some five ten freerider contacts. Hope they work out. As far as sizing I would recommend going up a size. The length runs small but the volume runs big especially in the ankle area. I would put a thicker insole or a shoe shim.

      I purchased a size 48 (from different vendor) and am experiencing the same thing. I won't use these shoes because it is freaky dangerous when you can't clip out--I can only clip out with heel in and toe out. Wondering if this only happens with the larger sizes because I haven't seen any other similar reviews for this issue.

      Crank brothers sells longer spindles which I may end up getting. I have also seen pedal extenders online but none that are compatible with Crank Brothers pedals. For now I have actually switched to flat pedals with some five ten freerider contact shoes and am loving it. I might not go back to clipless.

      I've just got a pair of 45 on Shiman PD-D8020 pedals and have no issue out of the box. My pucks are centered in the sole cutout which positions the puck slid all the way in toward the instep. I was able to release without issue no tweaks first shot.

      Solid Shoes

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: Runs small
      • Size Bought: 42

      I've ridden the Terraduros for about 20 days so far, which includes plenty of hikes up climbs I'm not in shape for just yet, and they've held up superbly.

      I'm glad I listened to everyone's advice about sizing up - I wear a 41-41.5 street / hiking / approach shoe and ordered a 42 in the Terraduro; The fit is perfect!

      Unanswered Question

      I am thinking about ordering these without the benefit of trying them on. My regular shoe size is 12 (DC, Nike, Supra, Vans). I wear a 12 in the Five Ten's and a 46 (12.25) in the Specialized XC Pro. Should I order the Terraduro in 12? I am also looking at Mavic Crossmax - would that be a 12? Thanks for the feedback.