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Giro Privateer R and Terraduro Shoes - 2016 Mountain Bike Apparel & Protection at Eurobike - Mountain Biking Pictures - Vital MTB

Giro's Privateer shoe has been around since the company began more than four years ago, and it's due for an update in 2016. The previous shoe was a bit stiff, so Giro removed material from the sole to get the additional flex they want.

Also new for the 2016 version is the addition of co-molded rubber on the sole which gives it a more grippy platform for hiking. The shoe retains a similar upper. Additional features include the micro-ratchet adjuster with a replaceable buckle. The shoe will go for $150.

Giro also updated the Terraduro. When the shoe initially came out, they had issues with the sole separating. According to Giro, it is no longer an issue thanks to an improved bonding process.

Credit: Brandon Turman
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