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GiroJacket II Cycling Shoe - Men's


Item # GIR00IC

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Item # GIR00IC

Style points.

Giro's stylish Jacket II Cycling Shoe is made for dirt jumping, trail shredding, and downhill ripping on any bike with platform pedals. With a skate shoe look and grippy sole, the Jacket II's with keep your looking great and your feet protected while achieving excellent purchase on the pedals.

The Vibram rubber outsole provides great pedal feedback with engineered lugs at the pedal zone for grip. An EVA midsole soaks up the impact when you stomp the landing or have to pitch the bike knowing you're coming up short on that double, while the heel cup receives extra padding in the form of a Poron XRD crash pad. Classic lacing with a keeper strap ensures a secure fit and that the laces won't get caught up in your chain or chainrings.

Giro equips the Jacket II with a durable, rubber-reinforced toe cap to save the piggies and the synthetic leather upper has ventilation holes for breathability.
The Giro Jacket II Shoes are available in whole sizes 37 to 48 and in the colors Olive/Black, Midnight/Midnight, and Dark Shadow/Gum.
  • A skate-inspired shoe for the trail, DH, and dirt jumps
  • Durable upper and lace closure offers a great fit
  • Vibram rubber outsole offers excellent grip
  • EVA midsole and footbed soaks up the hits
  • Giro injects some soul to your soles

Tech Specs
Upper Materialsynthetic microfiber
Footbedmolded EVA, medium arch support
MidsoleEVA midsole, Poron XRD heel crash pad
SoleVibram MegaGrip
Recommended Usedownhill, enduro, trail
Manufacturer Warranty1 year


Cycling Footwear
36   5 3 23
36.5   5.5 3.5 23
37   6 4 23.5
37.5   6.5 4.5 24
38   6.5 4.5 24
38.5   7 5 24.5
39 6.5 7.5 5.5 25
39.5 7 8 6 25
40 7.5 8.5 6.5 25.5
40.5 7.5 8.5 6.5 26
41 8 9 7 26
41.5 8.5 9.5 7.5 26.5
42 9 10 8 27
42.5 9.5 10.5 8.5 27
43 9.5 10.5 8.5 27.5
43.5 10   9 28
44 10.5   9.5 28
44.5 11   10 28.5
45 11   10 29
45.5 11.5   10.5 29
46 12   11 29.5
46.5 12.5   11.5 30
47 13   12 30
47.5 13   12 30.5
48 13.5   12.5 31

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 4

One more time Giro doesn't disappoint

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
5` 1"
180 lbs

I admit I clicked "order" with my eyes closed. First pair of flats for me and the reviews on these were mixed. I do a lot of hike a bike so I needed a pari of shoes that I could walk comfortably and with a grippy sole for when I hike with the bike on my shoulders. These shoes are just great. Very grippy on pedals (RF Chester) and on any terrain I walked over. They are also comfortable, I had no blisters, not even on the first hike. The toe box is roomy and very protective. They seem well built and should last a few seasons. The only reason for giving 4 star is the inner sole which is very thin and offers no arch support. I am used to change inner sole in all my shoes (high arch) but for someone who isn't these shoes may feel hard and uncomfortable. For the right fit I measured my feet in centimeters. Definitely worth the $!!!

>Rating: 3

dont see the point?

I've used it several times
True to size
Size Bought
-5` -10"
-180 lbs

I wanted a shoe with at least some of the traits I remember my road shoes had, a nice snug fit and a stiff sole for power transfer. I dont know if all mtb shoes are similar to these but to me these are just a pair of my sons old skate board sneakers minus the arch. The only thing I get out of these is just having a designated pair of sneakers for riding. In all fairness maybe i didnt do my homework and bought the wrong shoe?

If you want stiffness get clipless pedals

That's how all platform shoes are.

The more pricey flat shoes tend to be stiffer. Five Ten freerider pro, Specialized 2FO, RC Hellion, etc. The less expensive ones are softer and more casual, just like with clipless shoes more $ is more performance.

>Rating: 5

Many miles

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
5` 10"
170 lbs

I have riden hundreds of trail miles with this shoe and I have had minimal signs of wear. I much prefer them to 5.10 flats which typically don't even have a lace retention system. Can't argue with negative review pics so maybe I just got lucky with a good pair, but I like the materials and build and feel.

>Rating: 2

Sole Life Short

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought

I have had two pairs of these, or the earlier iteration with the same sole. They look good on paper, fit well, and are comfortable (plenty wide toe box). Where they sorely lack is the sole life. The sole starts to degrade on pinned flat pedals quickly, and leaves large gaps in the sole pattern shortly after. If you want to get half a season out of a pair, or don't ride much, they are adequate. You will be better served buying a different brand though if you want longer sole life.

>Rating: 3

Not the worst mtb shor

True to size
Size Bought
5` 9"
180 lbs

OK grips on the pedals, not very good grip on kind of loose dirt when hiking your bike

>Rating: 2

Crap sole design

Comfy shoe but the lug design is bad. They are too small and get torn off. This photo was taken after about 30 rides.


I have the same shoes. These were my first pair of proper mtb flat pedal shoes, I thought this was normal but it is good to see other mountain bikes who experienced the same problem. Not as durable as I expected for the price.

>Rating: 1

No Good

I've used it several times

I bought this shoe for biking and less than 3 weeks the sole was getting torn up and falling apart.