Trail bikes and cyclocross racers looking for shoes that deliver maximum performance and durability should look no further as the 2011 Giro Code Shoes deliver this and more.
This year’s Code shoes from renowned company Giro offers riders the chance to take on the wild outdoors in a pair of shoes that is both lightweight and at the same time tough enough to withstand almost anything outdoors.
The shoe’s upper is made up of Teijin microfibers that help shape your foot and also sports scuff guards that reinforce the strength of the shoe uppers.
The new Giro Code also features a footbed dubbed by the apparel maker as the SuperNatural footbed, which also has added arch inserts to help the efficiency of the shoe’s arch support.
Its sole is made of the Easton EC90 unidirectional carbon sole , which also provides an unprecedented level of stiffness to help accommodate the transfer of power during pedaling.
The shoe is available in pure black, white and black and another pair sold in black and magnesium. It is currently available online and in most cycling shops and specialty stores with a price tag of $279.99.