Giro Gauge Shoes

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Give your feet the room they demand with the Giro Gauge High-Volume Shoe. A larger last fits wide feet comfortably, while an ultra-stiff, super-light carbon sole ensures nothing's lost to flex.Carbon composite sole offers rigidity for a direct connection to the pedal, optimal power transfer, and wind-cheating aerodynamicsMolded EVA footbeds with medium arch support mitigate fatigue and enhance comfortSupple synthetic leather uppers are breathable to keep your feet from overheatingAegis anti-microbial treatment prevents foul odors

User Reviews (3)

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koudja   Racer [Feb 20, 2013]
Strength:

comfortable, good-looking shoe. great heel cup, fits my oddly shaped flippers. carbon sole. insole fit system.

Weakness:

lugs are wearing faster than i expected. toe area showing signs of wear.

this was my first high dollar pair of shoes (paying over $150). i tried on several brands (sidi,specialized,shimano) and the giros felt the best on my feet. i really like the tight-fitting heel cup.

bought these at the beginning of the season and have really enjoyed having them on my feet. i put a lot of long, hard miles in this year. noticed a few hotspots on very long days. the toes are showing damage to the material but hasn't torn through yet. lugs seemed to wear down faster than i expected. $225 is a good chunk of change for shoes.

overall, i think it's a great shoe. i was really pleased with the fit of the heel cup and the ratchet strap. my previous shoes never seemed to keep my heel in no matter how much i tightened the buckle. i would have expected the toe to be a little more wear-resistant as well as the lugs. my old shoes had 3 seasons on them and the lugs don't look this worn.

Similar Products Used: specialized comp mtb
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3
VALUE
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3
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ghettocop   Cross Country Rider [Aug 06, 2011]
Strength:

Excellent Easton Carbon Composite sole. Very comfortable uppers. Ratchet system works well and has very small graduations. Looks bad-ass. Awesome green/yellow sole lugs, and overall styling is very cool, next to maybe a Sidi, but Sidi doesn't come close to making my size! (Eurotrash, roadies).......

Weakness:

Cost. Some tread trimming may be required for perfect cleat position. Cleat mounting area is slightly toe-forward compared to other brands, but transfers power well.

Good performer, stiff as a board footboard, cool uppers, comfortable, and make sizes all the way to 13.5 U.S. 48 euro!

Similar Products Used: Shimano, Pearl Izumi
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
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4
krinksta   Cross Country Rider [Mar 25, 2011]
Strength:

Great Build, Comfortable, Rugged, Decently Light, all around the shoe looks and feels very nice.

Weakness:

A little akward feeling at first, maybe becuase I was new to cycling shoes.

I would recomend this product to anyone it has a very good build quality. If you are new to cycling or a old timer I think these are great middle of the road cycling shoes.

Similar Products Used: None
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
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3
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