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Giro Techne Cycling Shoe - Men's

$99.95

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Classic style with versatility.

Quick to put on and exceptionally breathable, the Giro Men's Techne Shoe gets you out on the road and riding in comfort quicker than ever. Its classic synthetic upper delivers lasting durability, while the three hook-and-loop straps offer a versatile range of fits that lock you in with snug security in seconds. Mesh panels strategically-placed on the upper promote a cooling airflow for warmer rides, while the universal cleat-compatibility on the outsole lets you ride road or mountain bikes.

  • Versatility and comfort blend in this cycling favorite
  • Synthetic upper with hook-and-loop straps secures the fit
  • Die-cut insole keeps the fit supportive and comfortable
  • Mesh panels keep breathability levels high
  • Universal cleat compatibility provides options
  • Item #GIR00GL

Upper Material
synthetic
Closure
3 hook-and-loop straps
Footbed
die-cut insoles
Sole
injected nylon
Cleat Compatibility
universal
Claimed Weight
279g
Recommended Use
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 4

Comfortable but runs small

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
Runs small
Size Bought
45
Weight
170 lbs

I wear men’s US 10.5 and ended up keeping size 45. Originally ordered 44 but had to return. It was so tiny!

>Rating: 4

Great for road cleats

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
44
Height
5` 9"

I bought this shoe because of its sleek roadie looks and its compatibility with 2- and 3-bolt cleats. Originally I used my existing 2-bolt SPD cleats. The problem is that this road-type shoe does not recess the cleat or protect it with ridges on either side, so when you walk your only contact with the ground is at the heel and the narrow SPD cleat. Not good for the stairways at my commuter train stations. So I switched to SPD-SL road cleats and pedals. They're much better anyway - much more snug clipped-in connection - and easier to walk on. The shoes look great and they work great. My only complaint is that the MTB bolt receivers inside the shoe have a tendency to rattle and I can hear them when I walk. If that could be eliminated I would love the shoes. They needed some breaking-in at first, but now they fit perfectly. Mileage at time of writing: 105 miles.

On Giro shoes like this model, the is an access window below the footbed for removal of the plate. It must be snipped open.

>Rating:

Do these come with cleats?