As Cyclocross Season draws neigh, some of you lack proper footwear. Your friends at Giro expected this, and created a lovely line of shoes for training, racing and just generally enjoying your Cyclocross Bicycle. But after they created these magnificent shoes, they saw something was missing. A shoe for the cycling connoisseurs. A shoe for the fashionista within. A shoe for your uncle that goes “hunting” for two weeks every year, but comes back smelling heavily of embrocation and suspiciously lacks any trophies.
Enter the Giro Empire MTB LE.
Did we mention it comes in Camo? Camo with orange laces and lugs. It’s a work of art.
We have three pairs left. Numbers 184, 237 and 317 of 400 Total Pairs made. The last three pairs left in Minnesota. Crazy awesome.
The sizes left are : 44, 44.5 and 45. MSRP on these bad boys is $274.99.
If you’re interested, come on in and try a pair on today!
Entry-level shoes are generally an exercise in discomfort. They don’t fit quite right. There isn’t enough room in the toe. They’re too tight. They’re too loose. They’re ugly. Really, it’s not a fun experience. When you’re just starting out with clip-less technology, a poorly made/designed shoe will only make that journey worse than it ought to be. This ‘tradition’ has wormed its way in even the best of cycling shoe brands.
We’re not about that.
Enter Giro shoes. Right out of the gate (they’ve just started up last year) they’ve brought the Thunder. Well built, well designed and they look good. They’re not going to break the bank either. Come on in and check them out. We’ve already made a few people very happy with their first clip-less set up, so if that’s a direction you’re heading, we’re here to help.