Giro Men’s Stylus Cross Trainer

(6 customer reviews)


Giro Men’s Stylus Cross Trainer

The Stylus features our premium Synchwire single-piece upper that conforms to the foot, and provides phenomenal structural support and ventilation. Three compression-molded hook-and-loop straps provide tried-and-true tightening to create a comfortable, supportive fit. Our injection-molded nylon and glass fiber outsole, with over-molded heel and toe pads plus a universal 3/2 cleat bolt pattern, gives you the power and versatility you need to get the most out of every ride.

Weight 0.45 kg
Dimensions 25.4 × 20.32 × 20.32 cm

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Product Dimensions

‎ 25.4 x 20.32 x 20.32 cm; 0.45 Grams

Date First Available

‎ 1 Sept. 2023



Item model number

‎ 7122999


‎ Men's


‎ Giro

6 reviews for Giro Men’s Stylus Cross Trainer

  1. D J F

    I dread when it comes time to change cycling shoes. No matter how you try to replicate the position of the cleats I’ve always had trouble setting them to exactly match the positioning on the old shoes, leading to aching knees. Until now that is. I’d bought these Giro™ Men’s Stylus Cross™ Trainer Cycling Shoes six months previously and kept putting off the day to change from my very disreputable, extremely worn out pair. I knew something had to be done when a cleat finally worked loose as an Allen™ bolt had practically worn away. Giro are a well known manufacturer of cycling equipment, perhaps better known for cycling helmets but a major player in the sport nevertheless.Fitting new cleats was a doddle thanks to positioning marks on the sole which allow for accurate replication of position both fore/aft and sideways. This is more of an issue with the Shimano™ SPD™ two bolt system I’ve always favoured than the multitude of three bolt systems. I favour SPD because of the huge degree of ‘float’ the system allows – something that gives the knees a good degree of lateral freedom. After loosening the pedal tension due to using brand new cleats I found the shoes locked in well and unlocked reasonably easily, which is important if you’ve ever been unable to get out of pedals in a hurry – an object lesson learnt the hard way.The shoes fasten easily with three Velcro™ straps each, ensuring a tight fit. I prefer Velcro over alternatives such as a dial for longevity. I ordered my normal size 8, and they felt comfortable from the off, albeit with a degree of initial new shoe stiffness that wore in after around 100 miles. My first trip out was 36 miles, and expecting to wake up with sore knees instead I had no pain at all. What surprised me is how much of my effort was going straight through the pedals thanks to a really stiff and thick sole, as I rode faster and longer than what had become normal without tiring. This positive connection allowed pulling on the pedals with no fear of coming loose, a real advantage whilst climbing.The shoes I chose are bright red throughout the entirety of the uppers, a great safety features as cars spot a primary colour moving fast before more muted options. They stay where put and seem much warmer than my old pair, not requiring the use of overshoes which had been essential before throughout February temperatures. There’s good, soft cushioning inside the shoe, particularly at the heels which feature a slightly raised portion, and as a result I’ve had no issues with blisters on my heels, which is something I’m prone to with most new walking shoes. The tongue is split slightly which assists it to bend around the top of the foot easier too. Whilst off the bike and walking a raised section underneath the heel helps even out the unevenness and awkwardness of walking on cleats, which is something cyclists have to learn. Previous shoes I’ve owned don’t include this thoughtful feature which makes a trip into the obligatory café stop so much easier. I’m very impressed with these cycling shoes, and would buy theses again. It’s possible to spend three figures on a pair of cycling shoes yet these offer great functionality at a more than reasonable price.

  2. Piccolo Grande

    I wanted to replace my old Shimano shoes (well, after few years they start to have too many bruises and holes), so I took advantage of Amazon “try before you buy”.I got a cheapo unknown brand ($30 less than this model), a Tommaso model ($15 less than this) and this Giro shoe. Then I tried them all (on the floor, not on the bike), and decided to keep this.It is definitely much more comfortable than the other 2 I tried. The Tommaso shoe were very good too, but they have the pesky lip that was wrinkly around my foot in a super annoying way that forced me to remove the velcro from the guides every time I put my foot in.This giro shoes are very stylish, comfortable and so far no issues.

  3. Ahmed White

    Great shoe.
    I love the comfort of the shoe. New to peloton and this shoe has been helpful and easy to get off when I struggled with clipping out.

  4. Prime Shopper

    Great value
    Shoe fit to sizeThey are light, yet sturdy for the feet

  5. bradtwr

    Nice for the money
    Surprisingly stiff and well made considering the price.

  6. Paolo Delos Santos

    As expected
    Nice product

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