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giro riddance

The Giro Riddance sports Vibram’s stickiest sole to date and a hexagon design sole that bears more than a passing resemblance to a rival brand.

£109.99
Score 6

giro chamber ii

We loved the original Giro Chamber, but does the Giro Chamber II address the little issues and improved an almost perfect pair of shoes?

£129.99
Score 9

Giro Chronicle

With 14 vents, the Giro Chronicle runs a little hot, but it’s the perfect helmet for harder trail riding — it’s also killer value.

£99.99
Score 8

giro blok mtb

Put the Giro Blok MTB on and the first thing that hits you is the clear, almost completely uninterrupted field of vision.

£69.99
Score 9

giro terraduro mid

The Giro Terraduro Mid is a good shoe, comfortable on and off the bike, efficient on the pedals and it’s definitely tough, but the lace flap niggles.

£159.99
Score 8

Giro chamber

The Giro Chamber is a shoe designed around DH racing and the demands of riding the hardest courses. In fact, Aaron Gwin had a hand in creating them.

£109.99
Score 9

giro switchblade review

At £250 the Giro Switchblade is more expensive than the Bell Super 3R but it feels more substantial, and still good value considering it's 2-for-1.

£249.99
Score 10

giro empire vr90

Coming across like the love-child of a football boot and a 1960’s cycling shoe, there’s no mistaking the distinctive Giro Empire VR90 MTB.

£229.99
Score 8

Pretty boy, café-rider looks. The Giro Alpineduro boot offers good warmth and protection, it’s just a shame the laces are so exposed to the elements.

£169.99
Score 7