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  1. Giro Cylinder MTB Shoe
    Giro Cylinder MTB Shoe
    £74.99
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  2. Giro Riddance Mountain Bike Cycling Shoes
    Giro Riddance Mountain Bike Cycling Shoes
    From £89.99
  3. Shimano WM34 SPD Women's Shoes
    Shimano WM34 SPD Women's Shoes
    £49.99
  4. Shimano ME3 Mountain Bike SPD Shoes
    Shimano ME3 Mountain Bike SPD Shoes
    £75.00
  5. Giro Terraduro Mid MTB Cycling Shoes
    Giro Terraduro Mid MTB Cycling Shoes
    £159.99
  6. Giro Riddance Women's Mountain Bike Cycling Shoes
    Giro Riddance Women's Mountain Bike Cycling Shoes
    £109.99
  7. Giro Jacket II Mountain Bike Cycling Shoes
    Giro Jacket II Mountain Bike Cycling Shoes
    £89.99
  8. Giro Chamber II Mountain Bike Cycling Shoes
    Giro Chamber II Mountain Bike Cycling Shoes
    £129.99
  9. Giro Code Techlace Mountain Bike Cycling Shoes
    Giro Code Techlace Mountain Bike Cycling Shoes
    £259.99
  10. Giro Carbide RII Mountain Bike Cycling Shoes
    Giro Carbide RII Mountain Bike Cycling Shoes
    £89.99
  11. Giro Terraduro MTB Cycling Shoes
    Giro Terraduro MTB Cycling Shoes
    £149.99
  12. Giro Riela RII Women's MTB Cycling Shoes
    Giro Riela RII Women's MTB Cycling Shoes
    £89.99
  13. Giro Privateer R MTB Shoe
    Giro Privateer R MTB Shoe
    From £124.99
  14. Giro Terraduro MTB Shoe
    Giro Terraduro MTB Shoe
    £139.99
  15. Northwave Katana 2 Women's MTB Shoes
    Northwave Katana 2 Women's MTB Shoes
    £49.99
  16. Northwave Extreme XC MTB Shoes
    Northwave Extreme XC MTB Shoes
    £259.99
  17. Giro Rumble VR Off Road Shoes
    Giro Rumble VR Off Road Shoes
    £79.99
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MTB Shoes

MTB Shoes

Riding MTB will mean that you’ll be more likely to get off the bike or put a foot down, and as a result shoes for this discipline fall into two categories. For riders wanting to use SPD pedals, MTB shoes will have smaller cleats which can be recessed into the shoe, allowing for support off the bike. Those riding with flat pedals will want a grippy sole as they fly down the trail. Both types of shoes can have a variety of closure systems, with ratchets, Velcro and dials common for SPD MTB shoes and laces most often seen on flats.

Take a look at Giro’s kicks which are available in a host of styles and designs