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Ventana Cycling Shoe

4 out of 5 stars
5 Reviews
Color:Black/Dark Shadow


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Ventana Cycling Shoe

Built for all-mountain adventures and epic trail rides, the Ventana's bring durability and comfort to all of your mountain bike shenanigans. The one-piece Synchwire uppers are designed to withstand the toughest trails, and come equipped with a Boa dial that makes it easy to find the perfect fit. The bottom of the shoe uses Giro's proprietary Sensor rubber, ensuring you have plenty of grip both on and off the pedals.


  • Mountain bike shoes for trail and all-mountain riding
  • Synchwire uppers are durable and breathable
  • Reinforced toe and heel for added protection
  • Micro-adjustable Boa dial for finding the right fit
  • Molded footbed with medium arch support for comfort
  • EVA midsole cushions rough trails and hard landings
  • Internal nylon shank boosts pedaling efficiency
  • Sensor rubber oustole finds grip on and off the bike
  • Item #GIRZ31O
Upper Material
Synchwire with PU bonded mesh, reinforced rubber heel and toe sections
BOA L6 dial, hook-and-loop strap
molded EVA
injected EVA
[sole] nylon shank, [outsole] Sensor Rubber
Cleat Compatibility
Claimed Weight
[pair] 14.7oz (417g)
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

4 based on 5 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 0 reviews
2 Stars - 1 reviews
3 Stars - 0 reviews
4 Stars - 2 reviews
5 Stars - 2 reviews

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2 out of 5 stars

May 13, 2021

Decent shoe, but loads of heel slip

I returned this product before using it

I tried these on at home and immediately knew I had to return them. The heel "catch" is way too low and doesn't hold your heel in place. Instead of catching up near the Achilles, it catches midway down the heel. Felt like a loose fitting house slipper. My old Giro Privateers fit much better with absolutely no heel slip. Went with these because I thought they would hike a bit better on rocky trails than an XC oriented shoe, but with this amount of heel slip there's just no way these will hike well.

Jason B

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Brian SGearhead
4 out of 5 stars

May 11, 2021

I love them, but they're not perfect

I've put it through the wringer

I bought these to replace my tired Specialized Rime Expert shoes. I didn't want a shoe that screamed XC and I didn't want a shoe that looked like an orthopedic skate shoe either. These not only fit that bill, but they matched the colors of my V1 Ibis Ripmo in the black and olive perfectly, not to mention my WTB tanwalls with the gum outsole. With that color combo, I couldn't really see any alternative! I ended up ordering a size 43 instead of my normal 44 based on reviews that it fit large and I kind of regret it. The shoes fit my rather narrow size 10 feet, but the toe box is just a hair too small. It doesn't ever bother me on the bike, but I know that they could fit better. The Boa dial can also be a bit finicky to release, but I'm never in a race to take them off. Other than those issues, the shoes are fantastic. The gum-colored outsoles are grippy enough for short hike-a-bike sections while still feeling durable. They also feel like the offer a decent amount of protection from rock strikes. I'm really glad a took a shot on these and it always makes me smile when I see how well they match my ride. I know that's a silly reason to like a pair of shoes...but I don't care. I'd buy them again if I had to.

Originally reviewed on

5 out of 5 stars

November 22, 2020

Wiggle Room

I've used it several times
Size Bought:
5' 10"

Typical fit for Giro shoes with the exception with some extra, much appreciated (for me at least), room in the toe box. I?ve had some heel slippage on hike-a-bikes but in my experience that is to be expected in a bike specific shoe. Tread has good grip. One of those shoes I may just buy an extra pair in fear of Giro discontinuing them.

Scott E
4 out of 5 stars

September 28, 2020

Comfortable, but flexy

I've put it through the wringer

4 months review on these guys. I liked them most of the time. Pretty stiff, heel comes out when hike a biking. But I am more of an enduro oriented guy and I feel like the shoe was too flexy torsionally and made me feel unstable on the bike. I think this shoe is not made for too aggressive of riding. I would appreciate more stiffness, I am looking to get the Kestrel Boa now and will update a comparison to those. Overall though, not a bad shoe and pretty durable so far, just want more.

Kian H

Originally reviewed on

5 out of 5 stars

April 30, 2020

Found sizing to be tru

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Size Bought:

I would echo all of the other reviews, except on the point of sizing. First time in a Giro shoe, so cant speak to sizing across the brand. I wear 10.5-11 in street shoes. I have been wearing a 10.5 in Freerider Pros and 44 in Specialized. Ordered the 43 based on reviews (Would have gone with a 43.5 if available, was skeptical ordering the 43) and it ultimately was too tight for me?both in overall length and the arch. Went with the 44s and perfect for me. Toe box is relatively wide for a cycling shoe?a plus. Great shoe.

Eric D