For biking trails and hiking trails.
This low-profile lace-up clipless Rumble VR MTB shoe has an injected inner shank beneath the foot to allow you to pedal efficiently on the bike, but a supple microfiber and mesh upper in tandem with a grippy and durable Vibram® rubber outsoles makes it so you can walk or hike in comfort as well. Features a lace holder to tuck away your shoestrings while on the bike, and the cleat mounts are compatible with standard two-hole SPD style mountain cleats.
Claimed weight is 425 g per shoe. (Size 42.)
Note: These shoes are covered by Giro's 60 Days to Decide Guarantee. If you are unsatisfied with the fit or feel of this product, please return it cleaned and in good condition within 60 days of purchase for an exchange or full refund. If you have any questions regarding this, please contact us.
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Cleat Compatibility: 2 Hole
Dress Blue/Gum - Size 40
Mfg PartNum: 7058526
Dress Blue/Gum - Size 41
Mfg PartNum: 7058527
Dress Blue/Gum - Size 42
Mfg PartNum: 7058528
Dress Blue/Gum - Size 43
Mfg PartNum: 7058529
Dress Blue/Gum - Size 44
Mfg PartNum: 7058530
Dress Blue/Gum - Size 45
Mfg PartNum: 7058531
Dress Blue/Gum - Size 46
Mfg PartNum: 7058532
Dress Blue/Gum - Size 47
Mfg PartNum: 7058533
Dress Blue/Gum - Size 48
Mfg PartNum: 7058534
Mfg Warranty: 12 Mo. Parts & Labor
Warranty URL: https://www.giro.com/warranty.html
Due to a recent operation on my foot, I was not been able to get my foot into my more traditional thinner and firmer shoes. This shoe is slightly wider, has a soft upper and has a little more room in the toe box, as well as the midfoot. While the laces may be a drawback to some people, it offered me the flexibility that my post operation foot needed. The Rumble offered me flexibility and comfort when more traditional shoes restricted my riding. The reasonable cost of the Rumble was also a major selling point. Although "walking" comfort has never been a priority to me, this shoe is comfortable when off the bike and has changed my perspective on this point. While the restrictions due to the operation caused me to purchase this shoe, I found that the comfort, flexibility and reasonable cost justify that this shoe will remain as my primary cycling foot wear for some time.
This is a very nice shoe. It's a bit snug, as all cycling shoes and clothing seem to be, but that is better than loose.
Giro is known for quality products so I'm not at all worried about durability. And style? Dude, these are sharp!
Overall, very happy with my Giro Rumble VR shoes.
I had a pair of Giro Rumbles before, but they wore out after a few years of hard use. So, I was happy to find them again at Western Bike Works for a good price. They fit me well, with the pressure point at exactly the right spot on my foot. They say they are MTB shoes, but I use them on my road bike, because even with SPD cleats on you can walk without slipping.
I purchased these thinking that I'd only use them while riding. It turns out that I'm wearing them more than I thought I would and not just for riding. They are a good entry level shoe, light weight and very well made. No issues or concerns with these shoes. Size does run true. I wear normally a size 11 and bought the Euro size 45.
These shoes replaced a pair of entry level Sidi MTBs that I had been commuting year round on for several years. I wish I would have switched a long time ago. I was shocked at how comfortable these shoes are both on and off the bike. They may be some of the most comfortable casual walking shoes I own. I often leave them on at work.
I use these with Crankbrothers cleats and I've had no interference issues. The cleat shims are definately needed and make sure to use the short cleat screws that come with the shoes. The typical cleat screws are way too long and will poke the bottom of your feet.
I've also taken these on longer rides and had no trouble with hot spots or numbness. Not as rigid as the Sidis but much more comfortable to walk in. These shoes have mesh uppers so your feet are going to get wet during the rainy season.
I bought these after returning some shoes by Chrome that looked cool, but didnt function well. These are great. Theyre comfortable, and work well without too much movement inside the shoe. The cleats are recessed and on very smooth ground (wood floors, smooth concrete) they dont make any noise, but they do crunch or click on very uneven ground like rough concrete.
Went one size up to allow for two pair of socks, worked well as the shoe has ample room in the toe box. Started using the shoe in November with ambient temps in the 35 range. Will see how they work during Michigan winters. Very happy with my purchase!
Comfortable, walkable, one full size up from your sneaker size. I were a size 13 in sneakers. I first tried the 47 size, returned those for the 48 size. This shoe are not a novelty, very functional. Mesh toe area for breathability. The only challenge is to clip in, a little hard at first. Once you get used to lining up, one firm press and your in, an easy twist and your out. I used this shoe for the first time with a child carrier on my front handle bar and child carrier behind my seat. The three of us had great time in Montreal, so much fun.
I've been riding with this shoe on my 29er for local trail rides around Portland (Powell Butte, Forest Park) as well as more aggressive (lots of elevation) trails on the south side of Mt. St. Helens. The shoe is comfortable and seems like it was made to last. HELPFUL TIP I purchased the Dress Blue color. On the website, there are three images of the blue version of this shoe but two of them have really bad color accuracy (namely the images of bottom view and side view). The only image that accurately represents the blue color is the topside view.
I looked all over for a well made bike shoe which would work with toe clips. I'm old school (73) and all my bikes (8) have toe clips. These shoes are true to size. My feet are a size 10 and the Euro 44 fit them perfectly. They are also comfortable to walk in. The toe box is short enough to slip into my pedals' deep toe clips easily. The sole is stiff enough to give good efficiency to the pedaling effort. If I ever slip over to the dark side, the shoes accommodate cleats. What's not to like. I highly recommend them. I am a bike enthusiast, not a rabid mountain biker (too old). On the road, they're great. The price is also more than reasonable. No Ricky Racer stuff here.
Riding an Ecatrike recumbent due to old age. Century rider 50+yrs. Now? Too old, 80!
Never like bike shoes that slipped and slide walking around.
Can afford any choice. Long search for a good, not awesome, shoes. Due to large weight loss, 90lbs, tried 12 instead of 13 (47). Three rides later toe rub. Sadly tossed 12s. AND bought same shoe 13! Not sexy race look BUT "Function follows Form"!
Put shoes on load trike, drive 20, 30, 40 miles then start ride Sacramento Valley. Wear all day, NO slipping, comfortable, and nice looking.
I got these shoes to be for my daily commute. I wanted a shoe with reasonable pedaling stiffness, decent flex for walking, and looks good enough for office work. These fit the bill very well. I find them very comfortable to wear all day and got plenty of compliments about their appearance. My feet did not get cold until the temperature got below 45f and they will not keep your feet dry in the rain. I have overshoes for cold wet days. All in all they are great and I would buy them again.