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ShimanoSH-GR7 Mountain Bike Shoe - Men's


Item # SHI00OH

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Item # SHI00OH

SH-GR7 Mountain Bike Shoe

Shimano has never been a brand to slow its roll in the progress department. Whether its sleek new 12-speed drivetrains, or crafting the finest shoes to toss on before hitting the trail or tarmac, the brand always seems to be a front-runner in cutting edge technology. Now, we won't try to convince you that flat pedal shoes have all of the tech of, say, a 12-speed derailleur, or electronic groupset, but we will say that Shimano's SH-GR7 Mountain Bike Shoes are fine tuned for the gravity hungry rider inside of all of us. The shoes are built for those of us who rock platform pedals, and maximize the interface of sole-to-pedal contact. Shimano didn’t just stop there. They employed the French wizards at Michelin to formulate a rubber compound that enhances grip on the pedals as well as the top steps of a champagne drenched podium.

Protection comes in the form of a molded toe cap to defend the piggies before they're safe on the podium, while a stretch mesh ankle collar prevents trail debris from entering the shoe. One area where the GR7 differs from the GR9 is its lack of the speed lacing system, armored lace shield, and asymmetrically raised ankle collar. While these features do have their merits, we feel their absence leads to a shoe with superior aesthetics. A traditional lacing system further contributes to the clean look while allowing for a lightweight and highly adjustable fit. The laces also mean that if you're racing in Nowheresville and you happen to break your “buckle,” new laces should be easy to source. Quick drying uppers will have you spinning perfect circles again after numerous creek crossings without feeling like you have cement boots on your feet.

  • Take your platform grip to the max with Shimano's gravity-hungry kicks
  • Platform interface design for excellent traction on pedals and earth
  • Michelin co-branded rubber outsole provides superior grip
  • Perforated synthetic upper and mesh keep your dogs from barking
  • Lacing system allows for a customizable adjustment and secure fit
  • Molded toe cap adds protection from flying debris and foot strikes
  • Fast-drying uppers ensure moisture evaporates quickly

Tech Specs
Upper Materialsynthetic leather, mesh
SoleMichelin rubber
Recommended Useenduro, trail
Manufacturer Warranty1 year


Cycling Footwear
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36 4 5
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38 5 6.5
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39 5.5 7
39.5 6 7.5
40 6.5 7.5
40.5 7 8
41 7.5 8.5
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42 8.5 9.5
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43 9 10.5
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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

My first true bike shoes

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Runs small
Size Bought
198 lbs

I didn't really try all the shoes on the market, but I know tried this model and Shimano SH-GR9.. I think this SH-GR7 is simpler, and more comfortable than GR9. I returned GR9 due to it's size primarily and decided to try SH-GR7 (I wasn't really impressed much by GR9).

>Rating: 5

Very comfortable platform riding shoes.

I've used it several times
Runs large
Size Bought
5` 10"
195 lbs

I’m 5’10 and normal wear a 9.5 to 10 in shoes. In comparison I usually wear an UA size 10 sneaker and have a narrower foot. I chose a size 44 and I’m extremely satisfied with the fit and overall feel. I always rode clipless but have been out of the mountain biking world for some time. Got back into it with my little man and wanted a set of good stiff platform shoes that stick well to the pedals. That’s these! Can’t speak for their durability but the look very well built.

>Rating: 4

Really good riding shoe. I'm enjoying.

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Size Bought
5` 6"
165 lbs

These are some good flat pedal riding shoes. They do look a little goofy but the really do the job. Very grippy on the pedals. I usually wear an 8.5 US size. I was recommended a size 43. They have a little room in them but I don't like tight shoes. They're a little tighter on the sides but have lots of room to wiggle the piggies. I ride in places where i have to hump the bike up over some rocks and they gripped the rocks well as I made the climb. They do not wear and feel like a running shoe. I would not use them for hiking or running but on the bike, they're great.