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GiroTerraduro Mid Cycling Shoe - Men's

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Item # GIR00D8

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Item # GIR00D8

Customizable fit goes off-road.

Giro treated its Terraduro shoe to a serious upgrade this year, unveiling the all-new Terraduro Mid Shoe as its first ever lace option for the off-road set. With a nearly custom fit delivered by the lace-up closure, the Terraduro is rugged enough for rowdy all-mountain and enduro days, without an ounce of extra bulk. From the beginning of the season to the last weeks, the Terraduro will help you squeeze all the ride days out of the summer and fall that you can.

When constructing the Terraduro's uppers, Giro trusted its Evofiber microfiber to establish a flexible fit that would adapt to a variety of foot shapes. Ample perforations ensure heat doesn't get trapped when you're working hard on a misty, humid day, and a water-resistant lace cover protects your laces from tree branches and rocks while sealing out rain. Giro went all-in with water-resistance on the Terraduro; it added a shield to the cleat area to stop water from soaking through the bottom of the shoe, and a water-resistant Ariaprene ankle cover to block out loose gravel, scree, and rain. The lugged Vibram sole comes prepared to charge through tough hike-only sections of trail, while the XC-inspired nylon sole maintains reliable power transfer through uphill grinds and well-deserved descents.

  • Sleek shoe made for all-weather enduro rowdiness
  • Lace-up closure allows for a customizable fit
  • Water-resistant ankle guard blocks gravel and rock
  • Sticky, lugged Vibram outsole for technical hike-only spots
  • Nylon sole transfers power with some flex for comfort
  • Flexible forefoot for easier hiking

Tech Specs
Upper MaterialEvofiber microfiber
Footbedmolded EVA
Solelugged Vibram rubber, nylon
Cleat Compatibility2-bolt MTB
Recommended Usemountain bike
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

Runs Small

I returned this product before using it
Runs small

I am a 7, sometimes a 7.5. I ordered the 40 and 40.5, they say 7 and 7.5 inside. The 7.5 fits for length but the toe box was too tight.

>Rating: 4

Solid Trail/Enduro Shoe

I've put it through the wringer
Runs large

I now have a few weeks on the Terraduro Mid. Sizing was about .5 larger than other shoes I've used (e.g. I am a 46 2/3 in Mavic which I've worn for 10 years and I ordered the 46.5 Giros and they were too small). The 47s I am running fit super comfortably. I have a 'standard' foot...not too wide...and I feel there is enough room in the toe box. Heat wise, I have been running these in the summer here in CO and I never feel like my feet are hot/swelling. The lacing system is fine for getting the right tightness, but the 'mud flap' protector is a bit of a pain to keep out of the way as you're tying the shoes up. One potential issue I experienced is with the interface between the Vibram sole and the Shimano XT pedals I am running (XT M8000 pedals, not the Trail version with the larger platform/body). The interface is tight, meaning you need to really apply a lot of force to clip in...and in some cases will pop my foot out. This happened a few times while getting air and was a bit disconcerting. I put a Crank Brothers shim to 'lift' the cleat a bit higher and has helped a bit. I suspect that once the sole wears a bit and loses some material, things will be better but I am still watching this carefully. I have not tried Time ATAC pedals with this shoe yet to see what that interface is like but may. I switched to Shimanos as the Time's unfortunately are not resilient enough to take pedal strikes on rocks which obviously happens when you're driving your bike trough the rowdy chunder! UPDATE: Time ATACs and Time Speciale's both are problem free in terms of shoe/pedal interface. Need to continue looking into the Shimano pedal interface issue descried above.

>Rating: 5

Perfect Spring Shoe

I've put it through the wringer
True to size

The Terraduro is the perfect spring all mountain shoe. If you're riding in an area with regular wet conditions and encounter patches of snow you won't find a better shoe to keep your feet dry and protected. Also, they look super rad.

Do these work with time mx6 pedals?