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The original Giro Terraduro all-mountain biking shoe was designed for versatility, able to grind pedals through the grittiest terrain as well as grip the trail during an off-bike scramble. This year, the Terraduro has evolved. With upgrades to increase flexibility and water resistance, the new Giro Terraduro Mid relies on Ariaprene foam and other materials engineered for XC endurance.
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The Terraduro Mid’s Ariaprene ankle cover is designed to stabilize the ankle and prevent rain, gravel and dirt from infiltrating the shoe. It elasticity complements the new lace-up closure for a customizable fit, while its breathability works in tandem with the microfiber upper to release body heat. Ariaprene’s non-toxic properties means less chaffing against the leg, as well as less impact on the environment.
The Giro Terraduro Mid is available now at select cycling retailers.