Giro Sica Shoes

Priced: $224.95 - $225.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 6 reviews.
Giro Sica Shoes
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The tough and versatile Giro Sica mountain bike shoes have stiff carbon fiber soles to maximize power transfer and offer a women-specific, easily adjustable fit for your riding comfort.

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Midsole:

  • Supportive EVA midsole absorbs shock to reduce fatigue

Fabric:

  • Carbon fiber soles offer more rigidity than a nylon sole, providing a direct connection with the pedal and solid power transfer
  • Lightweight microfiber synthetic leather and nylon mesh uppers give a glovelike fit with excellent breathability; welded scuff guards offer added durability

Fit:

  • Molded EVA footbeds include a fit kit with 3 different-size arch supports, allowing you to choose the amount of support needed
  • 2 rip-and-stick closure straps provide a solid, secure fit over insteps and are offset to maximize comfort and minimize pressure points

Ventilation:

  • Breathable microfiber upper wicks perspiration to keep your feet cool and dry

Traction and Grip:

  • High traction outsole lugs enhance grip and durability on trails and in muddy conditions; soles also accept toe spikes for 'cross season or winter riding
  • Easton EC70 carbon composite outsole is ultra-light and stiff, and traction lugs offer secure footing in mud and dirt

Features:

  • Strong and secure ratcheting buckle allows precise on-the-fly adjustability; buckle is replaceable
  • AEGIS Microbe Shield® antimicrobial treatment helps deter odors
  • Aegis anti-microbial treatment prevent foul odors
  • Giro Sica mountain bike shoes are compatible with 2-bolt cleats; please note that cleats are not included (cleats typically come with pedals)
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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.

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Activity:Mountain biking
Average footwear weight (pair):1 lb. 5.8 oz.
Footbed:EVA
Footwear closure:Buckle
Lining:Nylon
Look compatible:No
Outsole:Easton EC70 carbon composite
SPD compatible:Yes
SPD-SL compatible:No
Speedplay compatible:No
Time compatible:Yes
Traction tread:Yes
Upper:Synthetic leather/nylon
Waterproof:No
crankbrothers compatible:Yes
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Giro Sica Shoes Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

This was my first pair of clipless shoes and I am very impressed with the fit. I was able to try them on in person, so I didn't have a problem with size of the pair I ordered. For a mountain bike shoe though, it doesn't seem extremely durable - it seems to get scuffed fairly easily (got the silver/charcoal version). Hopefully it'll last a while since I only use it on the road.
If you get the right size, it's very comfortable and light and also looks sporty and feminine at the same time. Not clunky at all. I typically wear a size 8 in athletic shoes and size 40 works well for me.

sportsgirl236 at Backcountry.com on 04/07/2013

I'm not an expert on bike shoes but compared to other brands this Giro shoe runs normal. I have a wide foot so I'm just about screwed when buying any bike shoe. This one worked for me and the sizing chart was very accurate. This shoe comes with additional arch support inserts that you can change out super easily. This shoe was compatible with my time pedals. (in case you care)

LIZ KUZ at Backcountry.com on 06/17/2013

runs small

Ordered 1 a 1/2 size bigger then I needed, then returned them to get a full size bigger.

Also the lugs though great on grass, dirt or pavement, are very slippery on tile or smooth polished concrete.
fixiie at REI on 04/04/2013

Negative Reviews:

I really wanted these to fit...if you have slim feet, these would probably be great. If you have wide feet forget it. I normally wear a 39-39.5, but in these I had to go up to a size 41 to avoid my big toe hitting the end. Even with the larger size they were still bit too snug in the toe box, slipped in the heel, and the extra length made them seem clumsy--not what one wants for cross racing. Had to return them. :-(

Elizabeth M at Backcountry.com on 09/14/2013

I wear a 7.5 shoe and originally ordered the 39. Way too tight, then went to the 39.5, still too tight. I'm not sure if it's worth ordering the 40 or not since I don't understand the sizing.

jjk1477452149 at Backcountry.com on 10/08/2012

Neutral Reviews:

This is a super lightweight shoe, very comfortable and stiff sole. I am happy that I got this shoe for the upcoming race season, but I will also keep my old shoes around for normal riding. I am not impressed with the "traction lugs" (tread). I've used the shoe twice- once for a practice ride and once for a race. The race did include a very steep 20 minute walk up a hill and now two front tread teeth are pretty much worn through. For the price of the shoe, I would expect the tread to last longer than two rides.
Also, the sizing is wack. I recommend trying on a Giro shoe in person, before buying online. As someone else also mentioned, I'm a 7.5 and normally a 39 for cycling shoes, but had to go all the way up to 40 for these, but I have a bit of wiggle room (which I like for MTB shoes, so I can fit a toe warmer).
Value for money? Eh... I feel like I'm going to have to buy a new pair of shoes in a few months or just continue to use my old ones. I'll keep these for racing only, since they don't seem like they'll survive the 3-4 days of normal riding that I do per week. Recommendation to Giro- if you're going to make a shoe with such a poor tread, then please make the tread replaceable like Sidi.

kelly wattell at Backcountry.com on 04/16/2013