Giro Trans E70 Road Cycling Shoes - 3-Hole (For Men)
About Giro Trans E70 Road Cycling Shoes - 3-Hole (For Men)
Closeouts. Killer aesthetics, powerful energy transfer and a comfortable fit define Giro's Trans E70 road cycling shoes. The breathable Evofiber upper fits like a second skin, and easily customized arch support dials in all-day comfort like you've never felt before. Where the power meets the pedals you'll find an Easton EC70 carbon-composite outsole that's incredibly responsive.
Specs about Giro Trans E70 Road Cycling Shoes - 3-Hole (For Men)
- Recommended use: Road
- Cleat compatibility: 3 Hole
- Lacing/buckle system: Touch fasten,Ratchet
- Upper: Evofiber Breathable Teijin® Microfiber
- Lining: Mesh
- Removable insole
- Outsole: Easton® EC70 carbon composite, replaceable walking pad
- Weight (pair): 1 lb. 2 oz.
- Made in China
- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 4-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jeremy from Texas from Texas on Tuesday, March 27, 2018I have been wearing Giro cycling shoes for a few years and these are by far the widest fitting shoes. I had to move the cleats over as far as they could. The shoes would rub against the cranks if I didn’t. So far, I’m not a fan but hopefully the more I wear them the better I’ll like them.
Reviewed by JD Of NSC from Boston on Friday, April 14, 2017The comfort level of this bike shoe is amazing as it conformed to my foot immediately. The footbed too is not the cheap foam you usually get but one of the best innersoles with 3 Velcro inserts for arch support to choose from. The microfiber upper does fit like a skin and breathes as well or better than any of my shoes with mesh. The primary negative I have is that there is no toe bumper protection whatsoever and the hi vis green you see is only a thin skin that abrades off immediately on the lower toe to expose a gray material underneath. Expect your lower toe area to look messed up very quickly. The shoes weigh 36 grams per pair more than my Specialized Expert which cost $200 and the Specialized has a much better engineered toe protection overhang built into the sole so the toe area is still unscathed after about 50 rides. Thus for the money, the Giro Trans E70 is still a great shoe and I love the hi vis color to let you be seen but once again Giro goofed BIG TIME by not putting hi vis on the heel counter where you need the visibility the most. I used the Nathan hi vis reflective patches on the heel counter and they match perfectly. How a shoe company doesn't know where the hi vis is most important is dumfounding to me but none of them do it. Finally, expect to need to clean this shoe with a damp cloth frequently as it gets dirty fast.
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