Giro Terraduro cycling shoes review

Simon Scarsbrook puts the Giro Terraduro through their paces across a range of riding, and finds a very good pair of cycling shoes

Giro Terraduro cycling shoes
Cycling Weekly Verdict

A comfortable pair of shoes that are suitable for a range of disciplines and terrain types. Great for the commute and races.

Reasons to buy
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    Very comfortable from the beginning

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    Suitable for varying terrains and a range of riding types

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    Durable thanks to increased padding and rubberised bumper

Reasons to avoid
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    Do not dry out easily

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I first wore the Giro Terraduro cycling shoes on the days leading to the 3 peaks cyclocross this year, for a steady ride on and around the bridleways & cycleways that intersperse the race route.

I was quite taken aback by their comfort and suitability to the varying parcour of the Yorkshire Dales – rock, peat bog, steep slopes both up and down, not to mention a fair bit of riding. So much so that I went against the adage of not wearing new shoes for a race, and did.

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