Giro Riddance Mountain Bike Shoe
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Giro Riddance Mountain Bike Shoe


The Giro Riddance flat pedal trail shoes will inspire the confidence you need regardless of the terrain or conditions. Giro worked with the world’s most technical rubber experts at Vibram® to create the stickiest shoe compound they have ever launched. The all-new Megagrip™ ISR rubber combines best-in-class vibration damping with pedal-sticking power. Giro have combined that special rubber with the Riddance’s full-length optimized EVA midsole, a smart tread design and a supple-yet-durable microfibre upper, you get exceptional performance and confidence - even over the most demanding trails and jumps.




  • Water-resistant breathable microfiber
  • Laced closure with lace keeper
  • Rubber toe and heel reinforcements
  • Rockprint™ reinforcement for enhanced durability


  • Vibram® Megagrip™ ISR rubber outsole, engineered for grip
  • EVA midsole optimized for vibration dampening


  • Molded DH EVA Footbed with arch support


  • 430 grams (size 43)

Mr ScrivensGood quality shoe for the money ,i have wider feet so ideally should have gone up to the next size , good fitting shoe
Mr NorrisVery comfortable shoes and in my opinion look great too, I was looking for more foot comfort and grip when riding my mountain bike and these shoes have given me exactly that!
Mr EagerI work as a cycling trainer/ coach and will be wearing these shoes every day when riding my flat-pedal bike. After a week of wear, I've found them to be very well made and with a firm sole. They are very comfortable to walk in. I've previously bought Five Ten Freeriders, which are definitely stickier on the pedal, but always wear out on the sole after about 6 months of day-to-day use (where I'll be using them as my only shoe). The Giros look like they will last longer due to the firmer, albeit less sticky, sole. So, for a robust pair of shoes for both on and off the bike, I'd highly recommend the Giros but would recommend the Freeriders for those only needing a shoe for when riding the bike. I've very wide feet and the Giros are a little light but will no doubt stretch a little. The Freeriders come out wider. Barnaby
Mr CameronGreat shoe with its high grip tread pattern and rubber.
Mr MaxwellGood fitting shoe, solid on the pedal so far so good. It takes a few rides to wear them in as they are pretty stiff