Road Bike Shoes

GIRO GIRO INCITER TRI SHOES
$184.99 $109.99
  • WHT/BLK
GIRO INCITER TRI SHOES
The INCITER TRI performance shoe is designed for triathletes.• Lightweight and excellent energy transfer• Easy to put on and take off• Precise fit• Outsole: injected nylon with universal cleat mount• Weight: 260 g (size: 42.5)
$184.99 $109.99
  • WHT/BLK
GIRO GIRO SAVIX ROAD SHOES
$209.99
  • BLK
GIRO SAVIX ROAD SHOES
SAVIX is a road shoe designed for quick adjustment and excellent comfort.• Fastening: Boa L6 allows an ultra-precise fit and easy to remove• Sole: Injected nylon and universal cleat mount• Weight: 310 g (size: 42)
$209.99
  • BLK
GIRO GIRO TREBLE SHOES
$139.99 $99.99
  • BLK/RED
  • BLK/SLV
  • BLK/WHT
  • WHT
GIRO TREBLE SHOES
A very versatile men's road shoe, offering comfort as a spinning or running shoe!• Sole: Nylon and universal cleat mount• Breathable and antimicrobial• Weight: 290 g (size 42)
$139.99 $99.99
  • BLK/RED
  • BLK/SLV
  • BLK/WHT
  • WHT
GIRO GIRO FLYNT TRI WOMEN'S ROAD SHOES
$184.99 $109.99
  • SLV/WHT
GIRO FLYNT TRI WOMEN'S ROAD SHOES
The FLYNT TRI shoe is designed for triathletes.• Lightweight• Easy to put on• Offers a precise fit• sole: Nylon technical walking sole• Weight: 230 g (size: 39)
$184.99 $109.99
  • SLV/WHT
GIRO Giro Sante Women's Shoes
$159.99 $89.99
  • WHT/SLV
  • BLK/PUR
  • WHT/BLK
Giro Sante Women's Shoes
Women's road cycling shoe designed for comfort and support.• Breathable and antibacterial• Outsole: Nylon and universal cleat mount• Weight: 230 g (size 39)
$159.99 $89.99
  • WHT/SLV
  • BLK/PUR
  • WHT/BLK
GIRO Giro Solara Women's Shoes
$199.99 $99.99
  • GRY/PUR
  • WHT/SLV
  • BLK/BLU
Giro Solara Women's Shoes
The Solara Women's Road Shoe offers superior comfort.• Breathable • Replaceable micro-ratchet buckle• Sole: DuPont Zytel Nylon• Weight: 270 g (size 39)
$199.99 $99.99
  • GRY/PUR
  • WHT/SLV
  • BLK/BLU
FIZIK FIZIK R5B DONNA WOMEN'S SHOES
$184.99
  • ANT/PNK
FIZIK R5B DONNA WOMEN'S SHOES
You'll be ready for the race with the R5B DONNA road shoe with its carbon-reinforced nylon sole and Boa IP1 closure system. Made of perforated Microtex for a shoe that breathes better.
$184.99
  • ANT/PNK
GIRO TRANS E70 SHOES BLK
The GIRO TRANS E70 men's road shoe offers comfort and efficiency.• Adjustable arch support• Sole: Easton EC70 Carbon Composite• Weight: 275 g (size 42.5)
$274.99
  • BLK

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Mountain bike shoes characteristics

Mountain bike shoes have spiked soles and a more sticky rubber to help you bite into the dirt when you have to ride your bike in the very steep parts of the mountain.

The mountain bike shoes can be used with standard pedals or "clip" type SPD pedals. SPD wedges are known to hide in the sole of your shoes, whatever your choice of pedals, mountain shoes allow you to walk easily.

The advantage of clip-compatible pedals is that they allow you to stay in touch with your pedal for more power and stability. That's why cross-country, trail, all-mountain, enduro and downhill cyclists will often choose SPD pedals.

If you prefer a flat shoe, we also have models such as Giro's Riddance, which are compatible with platform pedals with crampons, for cyclists who prefer greater freedom.

For the best of both worlds, choose SPD-compatible shoes with Magped brand pedals, featuring a super-strong magnet that offers the benefits of a clip-on pedal while making it easy to take off!

The price of bike shoes varies depending on the rigidity of the sole and the adjustment system. The more rigid a shoe is, the more energy transfer from the foot to the pedal will be effective. At Velos Cadence, we stock shoes with composite, nylon or carbon soleplate.

 

Fastening systems for mountain bike shoes

The entry-level fastening system is Velcro. There are usually 2-3 velcro straps per shoe, providing a quick fit to the shape of the foot. Velcro and ratchet attachment systems are also available at the ankle for a better ankle fit and to prevent the heel from raising the shoe.

The laces are increasingly popular since they allow to adjust at different levels the width of the shoe to the foot.

Conversely, we find among others Crossmax Pro shoes from Mavic with Boa technology. Revolutionary because of its ability to evenly distribute pressure all over the foot and its very precise fit, Boa technology eliminates pressure points, making long-lasting exits much more comfortable.

Some of our shoes, such as the Giro Cylinder Mountain Shoe, have a Boa fastening system and velcro straps on the toe of the foot to adjust the shoe to the width of the toes.

In order to find the right shoe for you, it is important to come and try them in store. Each brand designs shoes with a shape of their own and that may or may not be suitable for your feet. How to know if a road bike shoe is the right size? Your toes must be free to move, but your heel must not lift!

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