The Giro Chamber II shoe brings the best aspects of Giro’s Enduro World Series and Downhill World Cup-winning Chamber - the secure fit, water-resistant reinforced microfiber upper and incredibly durable construction with a full Vibram® Megagrip™ rubber outsole – and steps up with a 10mm cleat setback. More setback allows you to position the pedals further back under the arch of the foot to reduce fatigue and enhance positioning for technical terrain. The internal shank has also been updated with a Tri-mold construction that optimises stiffness and flex for each zone of the foot. The result is a new level of performance that’s better from top to bottom, with the right amount of flex for uphill pushing, incredible pedaling efficiency and a better connection to the pedals.
Water-resistant, breathable microfiber
Laced closure with top power strap
Rubber toe and heel reinforcements
Rockprint™ details for enhanced durability
Tri-Molded SPD®-compatible shank w/10mm setback (vs standard Giro MTB Shoe)
Full Vibram® Megagrip™ high-traction lugged outsole
Optimized EVA Midsole enhances pedal feel and cushioning
Flexible forefoot zone for walking
Molded DH EVA Footbed with arch support
510 grams (size 43)
Mr CanpolatGot them for my commutes. I ride my Gravel bike for it and needed an SPD compatible shoe for it. Lets be honest most cycling shoes looks rubbish when paired with casual clothes :) But this doesn't! Look like a skate shoe and has a decent sole stiffness for some serious rides too.
Just 21Great bike shoe very grippy and best all around shoe that I have ridden with
Mr henleyNot much padding above the cleat which makes the base of the shoe a little lumpy, would benefit from a better insole, however fit is good and very supportive.
RjparryLove these shoes. Great off the bike as well as on.
GregHSolid heel hold with the laces + strap combo. The strap never came undone in a week of riding.
The sole stiffness is just right, less than a XC shoe, but still way stiffer than skate shoes. Very supportive mid foot, and a little more mildly flexible forefoot.
The cleat recess is clearly positioned rearward for gravity use, and sliding them fully forward will get you in a position centered around the ball of your foot.
Additionally, I felt like the depth of the recess was perfect: deep enough for good sole contact on larger pedals, but not so deep that it slows down uncleating. I even rode on flat pedals with the cleats on without problems!
The only gripe I could find is that the textured coating on the reinforcements seems to wear out quickly with crank rub, but it's very minor.
All in all, a great comfy, sturdy shoe for gravity use.
Fits true to size (same as street shoes).