Power Up For Adventures
The Giro Men's Sector MTB Shoe combines a supple, breathable Synchwire™ upper with a stout carbon-composite plate and an aggressive, dual-injected rubber outsole for excellent traction that won't de-laminate or break down.
A supportive 3D molded footbed with Aegis® anti-microbial treatment enhances comfort and fit, which is adjustable via dual BOA® L6 dials featuring 1 mm adjustment and macro release.
It's a great choice for riders looking for an inspired performance that's capable on the course or off-the-beaten-track.
Free Exchanges: This product qualifies for free exchanges within the first 60 days after order. We'll cover the shipping both ways for US customers if you need a different size and/or color of this product. Returned product must be in new condition with all labels and packaging. Free exchanges apply only for product in stock or available for backorder.
B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. Cleats may have been mounted leaving minor marks on the soles. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.
The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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Footwear Closure: Dual BOA L6
Footbed: 3D Molded
Outsole: Carbon-composite 2-bolt plate with dual-injected rubber outsole
Upper: One-piece Synchwireâ„¢ upper
Weight: 323 g
Cleat Compatibility: 2 Hole
Black/Dark Shadow - 42
Mfg PartNum: 7122805
Black/Dark Shadow - 42.5
Mfg PartNum: 7122806
Black/Dark Shadow - 43
Mfg PartNum: 7122807
Black/Dark Shadow - 43.5
Mfg PartNum: 7122808
Black/Dark Shadow - 44
Mfg PartNum: 7122809
Black/Dark Shadow - 44.5
Mfg PartNum: 7122810
Black/Dark Shadow - 45
Mfg PartNum: 7122811
Black/Dark Shadow - 45.5
Mfg PartNum: 7122812
Black/Dark Shadow - 46
Mfg PartNum: 7122813
Black/Dark Shadow - 47
Mfg PartNum: 7122814
Mfg Warranty: 12 Mo. Parts & Labor
Warranty URL: https://www.giro.com/warranty.html
Picked these shoes up for the start of cross season which has been cancelled due to covid. My current Fizik mtb shoes worked great but were a half size too big so i opted for something a little more comfortable.
These shoes are VERY comfortable. i could wear them on a daily basis for long endurance rides. The two-boa system is nice to get that snug fit and make for easy adjustment on the fly.
They aren't the stiffest pair of shoes. For reference, i picked up the 2019 s-works shoes for the road. those are like ski boots perfectly molded to your foot and in a hyper-lightweight chasis. Comparing those s-works ($450 retail) to these Giro's you instantly notice these are not s-works shoes in the flex through the upper padding of the shoe. The sole still feels stiff and provides a good amount of power transfer.
I don't remember the specifics, but i believe these were about 30 grams lighter than the Fiziks i was replacing. A pretty negligible difference IMO.
The price is fair. You're not getting a top of the line shoe fit for pros that spare no expense in design or material, but you also aren't getting crap either. If i were borrowing these from a friend in a pinch i would be satisfied.
To conclude, if you are due for an upgrade and don't want to break the bank, these fit the bill. If you are looking to get an edge onto that elite podium, these MIGHT not be for you.
I've been wearing these shoes for MTB and gravel. They are comfortable, breathable, easy to adjust and get the job done. In my second season with them, however, they are quite literally falling apart. The sole is trashed. Sure, I do some rough trails that require hiking from time to time, but these simply haven't kept up with demands. I hoped for more than 1 season with these, but will be replacing with a more durable and capable shoe.
I previously road with a pair of size 46 Giro cylinders and wanted to upgrade to a stiffer sole. I purchased the same size in the Giro Sector and no issues with fit. The dual boa works well and I am happy with the breathability of the sector's lighter upper.
I was looking for a comfortable shoe for long gravel rides and XC MTB rides - particularly for the Texas summer heat. One that was stiff enough to be efficient but still walkable. A lightweight, breathable and narrow fitting shoe. I have narrow heels and needed a shoe that would wrap my heel securely to prevent slippage. I think this shoe is going to be great. The heat isn't here yet but I did take this shoe on a 101 mile gravel ride this past weekend. First ride out of the box and they were comfortable the entire time. I never thought about my shoes which is a good sign - no discomfort anywhere. I like how breathable the shoe is which I expect to be nice this summer. The double Boa is awesome. I can leave the toebox a little looser for comfort and snug up the back for good secure fit. Overall - I shopped around for a while looking for the right shoe and I found a good one.
I've had these a couple of months now and really like the fit. I have a narrow foot and the BOA system is great. They are lightweight and breathe really well, making them great for long days during the summer. I am a bit concerned about long term durability as the toe guard is already starting to delaminate a bit. I have always worn SIDIs so I'm used to shoes that last. I decided to try these since they are lightweight, breathable and a better price point than the SIDIs. Time will tell how long they last but I'm not feeling very optimistic at this point.
I love these shoes. Wear them for gravel. They fit great and I have slightly wide feet. I wear a wide 41.5 in fizik and a 42.5 in this shoe and it is great. I think I would be ok in a 42 but I like room in the toe box. The fit is awesome, the Boas are fantastic and the shoes look great. Aren't bad to keep clean either.
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