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TERRADURA - SOLID FOOTING UP AND DOWN THE MOUNTAIN The Terradura combines pedalability, durability and durability in a more versatile version of an XC-inspired shoe. A robust Vibram sole not only stands securely on the pedals, but also provides secure support on a variety of surfaces such as mud, tree trunks or rocks. Soft microfiber upper material is optimally tailored to the women's foot and adapts to the foot, while at the same time being very robust. The micro ratchet fastener and two Velcro fasteners are quick and easy to adjust so that the fit can be optimized at any time. The reinforced toe area provides extra protection where and when it's needed most.
closure system Strong and secure N-1 ratchet buckle and N-2 strap (replaceable) Pressure-relieving, offset midfoot strap.
Uppershell High quality, breathable microfiber rubberized toe cap with impact and abrasion protection at the stressed areas.
Lining and cover sole Molded EVA footbed with mid arch support and Aegis antibacterial fabric EVA midsole.
Sole Vibram Mont rubber sole for optimal grip and walking comfort flexible forefoot zone for better walking characteristics for SPD system compatible pedals.
high-quality, breathable microfibre
Offset D-ring eyelets of the middle velcro closure improves pressure distribution and eliminates pressure points
rubber toe caps
impact and abrasion protection at particular points
flexible front foot zone for better walking properties
moulded EVA footbed with middle foot support and aegis antibacterial fabric
For a long time I was looking for a shoe that is not too tight at the front (deaf toes) and holds in a disengaged position. I find the arch support to be great, it is very comfortable, but it is really extremely small.
I need the Giro MTB shoe Gr. 40, for all other MTB shoes Gr. 39, normal I have 38.
Can I really recommend it!
Ich habe eine ganze Zeit nach einem Schuh gesucht der vorne nicht zu eng ist (taube Zehen) und in ausgeklicktem Zustand Halt gibt. Super finde ich die Fussgewölbeunterstützung, er ist sehr bequem, aber er fällt wirklich extrem klein aus.
Ich brauche bei dem Giro MTB Schuh Gr. 40, bei allen anderen MTB Schuhen Gr. 39, normal habe ich 38.
Kann ich wirklich weiter empfehlen!