The Trans brings classic style and fit together with modern comfort and performance. It starts with a supple microfiber upper that conforms snugly to your foot, and a secure, micro-ratcheting buckle that offers precise fit adjustment. Giro's acclaimed SuperNatural Fit footbed with Aegis® anti-microbial treatment provides adjustable arch support for a comfortable fit and direct connection to the pedals via the Easton® EC70™ composite outsole. With the Trans it's all smooth and efficient power to the pedal without aches and pains.
Transfer power comfortably and effectively with the Giro Trans Shoe. This carbon-soled flyweight gives you the performance you require without having to break into your daughter's piggy bank. Offset straps mitigate hot spots, and Easton's carbon fiber mastery ensures you won't be wasting a watt.
Giro Trans road bike shoes offer a supportive fit with a supple upper and a stiff sole to enhance pedal efficiency and comfort.
|Average footwear weight (pair):||1 lb. 3 oz.|
|Claimed Weight:||275 grams (size 42)|
|Footbed:||Molded EVA footbed with medium arch support and Aegis anti-microbial treatment|
|Outsole:||Easton EC70 carbon composite is optimized for stiffness and power transfer|
|Upper:||High-quality, breathable microfiber shapes to your foot|
|Giro Trans High-Volume Shoes||$224.95|
Definitely a good price compared to other places I've been. Very light shoe, and comfortable for the short/long distance road biking I do. I would recommend this shoe to any person that's looking for a good shoe for road biking.
these are great shoes..they breath very well.. are very comfortable to ride in.. and they also look great!
I ride a lot, sometimes over 300 miles in a single week. These shoes have been really comfortable (my feet are a bit narrow, as are the shoes). The fit is perfect. The problem is the heel. After about 3 months with the shoes, I shaved the heel off when I missed clipping into the pedal. I took them back and Giro sent me new ones! Awesome! I then shaved the heel off again. The shoe design problem (versus my clipping in problem that happens on really long rides) is the abrupt rise of the heel pad on the sole. If you catch it just right, the heel pads shave off and are not replaceable. You need new shoes. Giro truly was awesome to replace them the first time around, and may even again.. but I am opting to try a different shoe with a more gradual heel pad rise (and some shoes have replaceable heel pads, which is even better).