Giro’s New Alpineduro™ Vibram MTB Boot Sep 9, 2014

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Man, I love the injection of Vibram technology in MTB shoes. Giro’s new Alpineduro™ boot looks perfect for the approaching winter time shred sessions and even just around town, cold weather jaunts. Here are the specs:

UPPER
Breathable microfiber and waterproof liner, PrimaLoft Insulation, Lace closure with lace holder, Rubber tow and heel reinforcement, Reflective details
OUTSOLE
Molded SPD-compatible shank with optimized stout cleat zone, Vibram® wet weather high traction lugged outsole, Optional cleat cover for flat pedal use, Flexible forefoot zone for walking
FOOTBED
Brushed EVA Footbed with X-Static anti-microbial treatment
WEIGHT
440 grams (size 42.5)

In stock now at Giro!

  • Kevin Jeffery
  • Jake Riehle

    These look cool but my Terraduro’s Vibram sole started separating from the shoe after three months of riding. Giro is being cool and taking the pair in for warranty so I hope it was just my specific shoes that were the trouble because I thought they were great for hike-a-bike sections!

    • Wasn’t as lucky with trying to get my Factors fixed.

      • Samuel Lopez

        that sucks.

  • Rob X

    42.5 isn’t in stock :(

  • Ace Metric Cycles

    H O T

  • Mad potential! I totally can’t justify it at the moment, but I’d love to test a pair…

  • cork grips

    I recommend sizing up! These guys are really well insulated and I’m looking forward to logging winter mountain bike miles on em.

  • Douglas Hunt

    how do these rate width wise? tight, loose, just ok?

  • mrbiggs

    Hey are these in the same category as the Lake MX303 and Shimano MW81? Or is it more of a different kind of thing? Commuter boot? Are the Vibram soles stiff enough for good long bike rides?