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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

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    Buy a Different Shoe

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

    I've had two pairs of terraduros and have ridden in each of them extensively. Both pairs have failed in exactly the same way: the plate to which the pedal cleat is mounted has ripped through the rubber sole of the shoe. This was a common enough occurrence for Giro to issue a recall and replace my first failed pair for free. However, my second pair has failed in exactly the same way but after less riding.

    I've had three other, less significant issues with them. As other reviewers have noted, they run small and are quite narrow. I also find the tongue placement uncomfortable. Lastly, the plastic ratchet strip that's a part of the buckle closure stripped on the right shoe. It's replaceable, sure, but on a $200 pair of shoes meant for enduro riding, it should be more robust. (By contrast, similar strips on road shoes of mine have lasted for thousands of miles and many more closures than these Giros.)

    As I said, Giro replaced the first pair for free because of the rate of this specific failure. They declined to replace my second pair, so I'm moving on to something else. I'd strongly urge anyone thinking about this shoe to buy something else.

    Who gets excited for cycling shoes?

      My son does! He smiles every time he puts them on. He loves the ratcheting top buckle. He doesn't keep any of his shoes clean, except these ones. He washed them after every ride. What 17 year old do you know that we do that? He must love these shows.

      All-time Favorite Shoe

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: 42 / 9

      I'm about to buy my third pair of these - they do run slightly small but I love the fit and for me, they are really true-to-size (albeit snug, which I really like). I need a shoe that is snug, stiff but walks comfortably in hike-a-bike sections of trail that I run into a lot. The only negative is that the sole wears down faster than the shoe-itself. But I've been getting at least a full season / season-and-a-half (maybe even 2 seasons - I can't remember) out of them. I'm afraid to try anything else.

      Runs small order next up size

      • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
      • Fit: Runs small
      • Size Bought: 44

      I wear a 44 in all other shoes, when I received my 44 in these they were too small

      best buy

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: 46cm

      this shoe is such a good shoe for the price. a great soul, plenty stiff, walkable when needed on the trail, or for after ride pizza runs. the ratchet system on it is a little finicky especially with gloves on. but that would be the only down fall of these shoes.

      Disappointing to say the least.

      • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

      It's hard for me to write a detailed review on these shoes, as the right one wouldn't come unbuckled straight from the box- most likely resulting from someone in the assembly process closing them too tightly. The buckle was jammed up firmly against the rubberized upper portion of the ankle strap, preventing it from coming free while trying to undo the buckle's release mechanism. I had to return the shoes, which sucked because they looked really promising for trail riding here in Utah with their rugged Vibram sole.

      This jammed buckle is a major design flaw with Giro mountain bike shoes, as my previous pair of Privateers experienced this same thing, albeit due to my own error of overtightening of the shoes, causing the buckle to jam up against the rubber tab atop the strap. Bottom line is Giro needs to shave down the width of the rubber atop the strap, so the buckle doesn't jam up against it, thereby preventing it from releasing properly.

      Awesome design, but why so narrow?

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These shoes are stiff, comfortable, grip great when you need to walk ... they've lasted me 1800 mtb miles so far... My only complaint is that 1. They don't make a women's version and 2. Even if they did, no point because these shoes are so dang narrow, I'm not sure how a typical guy's foot fit in them. They are narrow on me as a woman - really, this should be the woman's version and the HV version should be the guy's version.

      Fit and Feel Great

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Size Bought: 46
      • Height: 6'3"
      • Weight: 210lbs

      Little bit narrower. I have a pretty normal sized foot and I'm liking them though.

      Protective and light. Easy system that keeps them buckled down and easy to get in and out of. Wear a size 12 shoe

      Good All Around Clipless Shoe

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

      These are certainly not the lightest shoes that are available, however, they are not really intended to be. The vibram soles add a good bit of heft but this is what makes them so comfortable to ride in all day. The sole has some flex built in as well as good traction; this makes any hike a bike sections much more tolerable than wearing ultra stiff carbon soled ultra light shoes.

      Sizing off for me

      • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
      • Fit: Runs small
      • Size Bought: 47/48

      Giro sizing is all over the map across their shoe line. I was warned about these fitting small so purchased both 47 and 48. Turns out I need a 47.5, but of course giro doesn't make that size. For comparison purposes I wear 47 in Shimano xc61 and m163, so back to Shimano for me.

      Awesome besides two small flaws

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

      These my not be flaws for you but here is why they werent 5 starts for me.

      First thing is the tongue does not stay put. The rim of the tongue is rough and really dug into my ankle for a while when i first got them. I now run them not-so-tight and the rubbing isnt bad.

      The next is the width, they are not a very wide shoe to begin with and have since stretched a bit. But i dont really have a too-wide foot and these are narrow. So they took some time to break in.

      Besides that they are burly and i definitely like them now. Wasn't so sure the first two weeks or so. I bought a 45.5 and i usually wear an 11 street shoe. I think i could have sizes up just a bit but overall im happy.

      Great All-Rounder

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

      I've really enjoyed using these shoes. Sizing is a bit small compared to what I'm used to, but only slightly so.

      Materials are very good. The last seems like it will hold up very well, and the sole is awesome with the addition of Vibram. This is definitely a shoe I don't mind riding in all day, as it's not so light that it scrimps on comfort, but offers a nice balance for trail use.

      So far so good

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      So far I really like these shoes. I've been looking for an all mountain shoe that has good tread for hike-a-bike stuff but also has a stiff sole for good power transfer to the pedals. On top of this I wanted the shoe to be reasonably lightweight and ventilated, and a lower profile that is not bulky.

      The Terraduro tics all those boxes for sure. I typically wear a 10.5 in street shoes and the 45 fit me best. So far no major complaints, the tread in the toe area is starting to wear a bit but that's after a good amount of hiking thrown into the mix.

      I highly recommend these shoes if you get the size right!

      Surprise! They are great!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: Runs small
      • Size Bought: 45.0
      • Height: 5'11"
      • Weight: 183lbs

      Full disclosure, I am a proponent of lessening the weight on the rotational forces around the crank/shoe/BB area to increase pedaling efficiency. Coming off of Giro Code shoes to these I thought that I was getting into some cement shoes that would bog me down. Couldn't have been so wrong.

      The sole is JUST stiff enough for the right amount of power transfer while the middling weight helps to either push power through the end of the stroke or to reef on the outside pedals in the loose fast turns. Fit is a smidge small but I prefer that so if you are in-between sizes it would be smart to size up. Overall a really good options for trail/enduro/all-mountain riding.

      Traitor!!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: Runs small
      • Size Bought: 44.5

      Been a loyal Sidi guy for 17+ yrs. Tough to stray from Sidi when they fit like a glove and their durability is second to none. It was finally time to pull the trigger on a new set of Dominators, but decided I wanted something a little more flexible and "off the bike" friendly. The Terraduro seemed to check all the boxes for me, so went with the suggested one size up (normally a 43.5-44 and went with a 44.5). I'm about 15 rides in on this set and they have been awesome so far. Not quite the "fit like a glove" of the Sidis but super comfy. The one minor downside is they don't seem to play as nice with my Mallet Enduro pedals as the Sidis. Once in all good but at times I'm f**king around with these much more than I ever did with my Sidis.

      Sweet Shoes

        I've been rocking these shoes for a few summers now and can't find much to complain about. They are super comfy and the soles allow me to walk around without much hesitation. They also provide decent protection from potential toe strikes, which has come in handy a few times. The construction also seems bomber - these haven't fallen apart at all.

        Unanswered Question

        I wear 43 HV in the Giro Privateer and they fit great. Would a 43.5 in the Terraduro be the same fit?

        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.