Dirt jumpers rely on good gloves. As buff as you may want your lips and landings to be, the reality for most folks is that unless you live in Aptos or Jordie's backyard, your dirt jumps are going to be a little more…shall we say bedraggled. It's amazing how quickly the precious dirt gets wash ...read more
Giro believes that gloves should provide a sensible level of protection and otherwise stay out of your way. For an all-mountain model like the Giro Xena glove, that translates to shielding key areas without making any compromises on fit and bar feel. It seems to work for Katie Compton, who used ...read more
If you're going to ride in town, doing your daily commute, why not abandon the roadie influenced helmet and get one that is more subdued and less threatening to the natives in your area. The Giro Section helmet could be an integral part of your high-performance civilian styled bike wear. ...read more
None of us want to feel like we are wearing our ski gloves when we're riding. You also don't want to worry about turning your palms into raw meat, so you'll probably want to get yourself a pair of the Giro Xen Gloves. Giro has gone that extra mile to make sure that you are protected, well ...read more
Giro's Monaco is the hammer of the Giro glove line and is meant to be rock solid mile after mile. This begins with fit; no matter how well made, gloves are worthless if they don't fit well. Giro's Super Fit Engineering process assures a tailored construction, with a three-part Pittards leather palm ...read more
Unless you take great pride in a pronounced sockline, there isn't a great reason to wear tall socks in the summer. Of course, protection from UV rays is important, but that's what sun block is for. The Giro Classic Racer Low Sock covers you where you need coverage–inside your shoe where abrasi ...read more
Cold weather riding gloves are a necessity for winter. Though now and again you might find yourself inside, riding the trainer and watching highlights of the 2012 Giro Donne, the Giro Women's Candela Gloves will keep your comfortable and dry when your wintertime training takes you outside. The ...read more
Nothing says that you're a cyclist like Giro's Classic Cotton Cap. On or off the bike, this cap offers a bit of shade from the sun, a cover from wind and rain, and a layer of insulation when it's cool. It also wicks sweat when the heat rises.The Giro Classic Cotton Cap is one-size-fits-all and ...read more
Frosty rides are less so when you're pushing the pedals with a Giro Merino Winter Cap under your helmet. Classic styling and an Australian wool blend make this cap perfect for winter conditions, whether you're riding or not.The cap is relatively light, so it's easy to toss in a pocket if you're ...read more
None of us want to end up with raw paws during riding season, and luckily, Giro's gone the extra mile with its full-finger Xen Gloves. When the Xen gloves are gripped to your mountain bike, you'll enjoy not only protection, but also effective ventilation and unrestricted movement, too.In terms of ...read more
We understand people who want a simple pair of gloves on their hands, and the Giro Bravo Gloves are just that — a simple glove with durable palm construction, breathable uppers, and Giro's signature 3-panel design. The Bravo Gloves will keep your hands wrapped in comfort during training rides a ...read more
Dropping temperatures require more calculated steps towards layering before you set out on your next ride. And thankfully, the Giro Merino Wool HighTower Socks are tall and thin, so that they'll layer comfortably underneath winter tights.Giro's wool socks are crafted in Italy from genuine Merino ...read more
The numer of contributing factors to the quality of a ride is enormous. From frame size and geometry to shoes and saddles, choices are plentiful -- but, the wrong one will lead to discomfort before the half way point. Giro's approach to cycling apparel, represented here by the Rulla Women's ...read more
Your toes will thank you and then try to make sweet, sweet love to the end of your cycling shoes when you encase them in the Giro Classic Racer Sock. Made with Meryl Skinlife, these socks provide the utmost in moisture management and fit.
Grip your bars with the Giro 100 Proof Cycling Glove and ride when others hide inside. Paired fingers stay warmer, while variable-weight insulation and a waterproof shell ensure the digits keep working when the mercury drops.
The Giro Remedy Bike Glove balances a D30 crash pad and sonic-welded armor with flex zones and a three-panel palm design so you get protection without sacrificing bar-feel. Armor helps protect fingers and knuckles and incorporates knuckle flex zones, and Pittards micro-vent leather boosts palm ...read more
Giro brings skate style to the jump park with ventilated in-mold construction, full adjustability, and a brim to protect your eyes from the sun and the earth. Giro designed the Surface Helmet to make you look good and keep your brains safely contained, even if you occasionally over (or ...read more
The Giro LX Long Finger Gloves are a stylistic throwback to an era of steel framed bicycles, chrome plated toe clips, and Benotto Cello handlebar tape. Just because they look retro, though, doesn't mean they aren't made with 21st-century materials.Starting at the palm, the LX gloves use the ...read more
The Giro Remedy Gloves have been designed to comfortably, and seamlessly connect with popular mountain bike grips, not to mention a glove's primary function, to protect the hands when they're called on to break a fall. Giro's engineers carefully choose materials for these gloves, and in terms of ...read more
When you pull on the DND Gloves, you're treating your hands to technical features, expert craftsmanship, and Giro quality. So, how did this enticing level of perfection come into existence? Simple. The DND Super Fit design has evolved with Giro's diverse team of cyclist and engineers on trails ...read more
Enjoy endless versatility and unheard-of comfort with the Giro Hoxton SF Glove. The Hoxton SF is ideal for all types of warm-weather riding, whether road or mountain. Giro combined odor-fighting merino wool, leather, and Ax Synthetic Suede for unsurpassed comfort and durability. You'll immediately ...read more
The lift line is non-existent and you're walking on run after smoking run. Lucky for you, and your neck, the lightweight Giro Remedy Carbon Fiber Helmet's on safety duty. Other wise you'd be suffering from a weighty, bobblehead-inducing, and neck-straining hardhat.Bomber ...read more
Intertwining twigs around your handlebar and lighting a fire may keep your hands warm, but not necessarily comfortable. A simpler, not to mention safer, option would be to wear the toasty Giro Blaze 2 Cycling Glove.
Full fingered gloves find their way into our riding wardrobe year round. In the winter they protect our hands from the elements and in the summer, from carnage in the peloton. The light-weight construction of the Giro Bravo LF Gloves makes them a perfect choice for warm weather rides when you want ...read more
While the Giro Monaco is also available in an airy and lightweight short-fingered version, these Monaco Long Finger Gloves are a full-fingered model with less venting, but a thicker, sturdier back.They have a Pittards leather palm that nearly guaranteed to not stretch or deform. It also ...read more
Slide you hands into the Giro Proof Cycling Glove and pedal through conditions that keep others inside. Variable-weight insulation and a waterproof outer ensure the digits won't turn into meat-cicles when the mercury drops.Waterproof, breathable outer shell protects from extreme cold and wet ...read more
Make sure your lil' one isn't missing out on the cycling essentials that you enjoy every ride, gear them up with the Giro Bravo JR Kids' Glove.Durable Clarino palm provides padding to reduce vibration without compromising gripA wide opening makes it easy to get these on and offHighly-breathable ...read more
More than just aerodynamics, the Giro Stopwatch Aero Shoe Covers were designed to protect your feet from cold weather and moisture during fall and winter rides. The polyurethane coating shrugs off cold and precipitation to keep your shoes clean and your feet warm.Giro used premium, PU-coated ...read more
Supple after repeated soakings, breathable on hot days, and protective when sampling dirt, the Tessa Women's Cycling Glove's Clarino synthetic leather palm adds undeniable comfort and protection to your ride.
It's nice to put your hands down and have a tough barrier between ground peppered with sharp rocks and your tender paws—remember you do need them for other things besides outdoor adventure. Slide your hands into the Giro Tessa LF Women's Cycling Glove and they'll be protected in the event of ...read more
Push your pedals with the high-performance Giro Gauge Shoe. Featuring a carbon sole for maximum efficiency, and a breathable, ergonomic upper designed to hug your foot, you'll cover miles quickly and comfortably.Carbon composite sole offers rigidity for a direct connection to the pedal, ...read more
Protect your expensive Italian leather riding shoes from road grime while you reduce drag to gain valuable seconds on the leaders. The Giro Ultralight Shoe Covers do all this while adding stylish flair to your kit. Giro used premium Lycra for the cover's upper to present the wind with a smooth, ...read more
None of us want to feel like we are wearing our ski gloves when we’re riding. You also don’t want to worry about turning your palms into raw meat, so you’ll probably want to get yourself a pair of the Giro Xen Gloves. Giro has gone that extra mile to make sure that you are protected ...read more
Technology-packed and race-ready, the Giro Sica Women's Shoe transfers power directly to your pedals while offering the comfort and support needed to cover long distances.
If you're not ashamed of admitting to being a bit of a hipster, or you just want to defy the judgmental types and relive your netted-gloved youth, then you can't go wrong with the Giro LX Gloves. They're like a fine classic automobile with a gorgeous retro body, only its been completely ...read more
When it comes to dirt jumping, gloves need to offer uninhibited grip in order to precisely transfer handlebar input. And in addition to this, they also need to be durable and provide ample protection from inevitable bails. Not surprisingly, Giro's passionate engineers and riders have teamed up to ...read more
Hands are an often overlooked contact point on the bike. Though we dress our cockpits with the right bars for our shoulder width and wrap them with tape that feels good under our palms, we rarely tend to think of hand coverings as anything more than an afterthought when the weather is warm. This ...read more
There's much contributing to the quality of your ride, and gloves are one of the more important factors. A poorly placed seam, too much padding, or a closure that pinches the wrist might not be a big deal 15 miles in, but when distance really starts stacking up, those small annoyances can lead to ...read more
Treat your hands to technical features, expert tailoring, and Giro quality when you pull on the Hoxton LF Glove. Intended for urban riding, the Hoxton LF uses a stylish blend of Merino wool instead of the omnipresent cycling-standard of black polyester.The merino blend offers warmth on cool nights ...read more