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Empire VR90 Cycling Shoe
The Empire VR90 proves that less is indeed more, sporting a one-piece microfiber upper and boasting one of the lightest weights in MTB footwear. Giro’s Evofiber blends mesh and microfiber effectively wicking moisture from your foot while maintaining an extremely fast-drying outer. The VR90 embodies the process of improving pace and maximizing potential.
- Off-road specific shoe with minimalistic lightweight construction
- Microfiber outer-material ensures maximum breathability in scorching temps
- Rubber toe-cap and mid-foot guard keeps you charging through technical terrain
- Lugged outsole accommodates steel toe spikes (included)
- Performance footbed with adjustable arch support provides customizable fit
- Item #GIRZ31F
- Upper Material
- Premium Evofiber, Teijin microfiber
- SuperNatural Fit Kit (adjustable arch support), XT-2 anti-odor fiber top sheet
- EC90 carbon fiber, Vibram rubber lugged
- Cleat Compatibility
- Claimed Weight
- [42.5] 11oz
- Recommended Use
- cross-country, mountain bike,
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 years
What do you think about this product?
September 11, 2020
Great Gravel Slippers
- I've put it through the wringer
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 5` 11"
- 150 lbs
These are my go-to shoes for gravel adventures. Super comfy and stylish. Soles are stiff and upper is comfortable. I have a mid-wide foot and these don't aggravate the my wide(ish) foot at all. Laces are super secure and don't loosen up or release pressure. Size 44 fits my 10.24 size foot like a glove. Haven't worn these in a mtb setting, but imagine that they'd be equally has impressive.
Ryan Shelton - Bike Gearhead
July 7, 2020
Even fit, good aggressive XC/CX shoe
- I've used it several times
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 5` 7"
- 148 lbs
I ride the ACC Empires, so these fit very similarly. I've found the material on the shoe to be very supple, almost too supple for trails. It's easy to overtighten the shoe with the laces - more so than my ACCs for some reason - and the material is already scuffed and torn (not all the way through) from brushing rocks. The exposed carbon on the bottom gets easily imprinted if you have to scramble over anything, but the Vibram rubber is brilliant at gripping. These may not be the best shoes for XC trail adventures. These are probably way more suited for CX and Gravel at this point. I have yet to find a shoe with a BOA fit that feels good to me for racing. These fit that need but are just a little less prepared for adventures on the MTB when you're not racing. If you want to race XC and CX and can only afford one shoe like me, these are still your shoe, but beware that they will get beat up quickly if you find yourself adventuring on trails when not racing.
July 29, 2020
Hey Gabe! Did you buy them a little big? How do they break in? Thanks.