Giro 2013 Sneak Peek – Womens Series and new shoes

Helmets Interbike Shoes

Giro released a few tidbits of their 2013 product line for the Eurobike and Interbike shows:

GIRO CHAMBER

  • MSRP: $140.00
  • Downhill shoe developed with Aaron Gwin
  • Dual density Vibram® rubber outsole
  • Molded SPD-compatible shank with increased cleat pushback location
  • Internal bootie retention system keeps mud and rocks out
  • Poron® XRD™ heel cushioning
  • New All-Mountain fit
  • 536g size 42

GIRO PETRA / RUMBLE

  • MSRP: $80.00
  • Multi-Purpose shoe: combines high performance riding details with walkability of light hiking shoe
  • Designed to accommodate SPD but also work well with toe-clips/ straps
  • Injected nylon inner shank for good pedaling stiffness but flexible enough for walking
  • Non-slip laces with hidden lace holder

GIRO JACKET

  • MSRP: $120.00
  • Flat pedal shoe for dirt jumpers and all-mountain/ downhill riders
  • Vibram® rubber outsole with pedal zone grip
  • Poron® XRD™ heel cushioning
  • New All-Mountain fit
  • 416g size 42

GIRO WOMEN’S SERIES HELMETS

New line of helmets to complement existing line of footwear, gloves, caps and socks
Designed by women, and based on feedback from market

Giro Women’s Series™ line of helmets consists of six models:
Road Helmets:

  • Amare- compact and lightweight with top performance features, $180, 2 sizes
  • Sapphire – timeless design with great ventilation and versatility, $150, 2 sizes
  • Sonnet – performance and style that compare to helmets costing twice as much, $90, 2 sizes

Dirt Helmets:

  • Xara- low-profile, breathable design with enhanced coverage and durability, $175, 2 sizes
  • Feather – lightweight design with extended coverage for more rugged trails, $75, 2 sizes

Recreational Helmets:

  • Skyla – sporty, versatile design with easy adjustment makes it the #1 women’s helmet, $40, single size

 

GIRO PNEUMO

  • MSRP: $150.00
  • Brought back due to popular demand
  • Updated to RocLoc 5 fit system
  • Updated to POV visor
  • Updated to featherweight webbing with slimline buckle
About the author: Brian Mullin

Brian has been part of the Mtbr team since 2007, where he has become an integral member of the review and test staff, specializing in technical articles. He likes to push the limits in all the sports he obsesses in, whether it's mountain biking, whitewater kayaking, extreme skiing, or sport climbing. He takes those same strengths and a good dose of insanity to his reviewing and writing on mountain biking products, creating technical, in-depth and hyperbolic articles. Whenever he's not on the bike, he might be found watching MotoGP racing, otherwise look for him out on extremely technical singletrack.


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