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    SLEEK STYLE WITH ELEVATED PERFORMANCE

    The ApeckxII combines a supple bonded and welded mesh upper with an impressively stiff DuPont Zytel sole. The welded and bonded upper results in fewer seams for reduced hot spots and improved comfort. Fit is adjustable via the classic combination of a micro-ratcheting, low-profile N-1 buckle and two straps. A supportive, anti-microbial EVA footbed optimizes comfort while reducing odor. Plus, the Apeckx II is built on the same last as our highest-performance shoes, so you get the same amazing fit that has made Giro the fastest-growing brand of cycling shoes.

    UPPER:
    • Welded and bonded upper
    • High-quality, breathable upper
    • Strong and secure ratcheting N-1 buckle closure with N-2 strap (replaceable)
    • Offset strap D-ring at mid-foot

    OUTSOLE:
    • DuPont Zytel nylon with standard 3-bolt mount

    FOOTBED:
    • Molded EVA footbed with medium arch support
    • Aegis anti-microbial treatment

    WEIGHT:
    • 275 grams (size 42.5)

  • Giro Apeckx II Road Cycling Shoes 2017 Reviews

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    Overall Rating:
    4.3
    out of 5
    4.33
    Build Quality
    4.00
    Performance
    4
    Value For Money
    5.00

    Customer Reviews (1)

    4
    Brilliant looking shoe but cleat fixing difficulty.

    Shoes were good value with discounts available. Appear generally well made but you may find difficult fixing cleats as 'captive' screw fixings in shoe sole set quite deep and tend to push in as screws first go in. I tried unsuccessfully at first until I got helpful advice from Tredz. You might need to take insoles out and push the back of fixings from inside shoe to keep firm. Once I did that fixing was fine. Shoes do look great.

    Shoes were good value with discounts available. Appear generally well made but you may find difficult fixing cleats as 'captive' screw fixings in shoe sole set quite deep and tend to push in as screws first go in. I tried unsuccessfully at first until I got helpful advice from Tredz. You might need to take insoles out and push the back of fixings from inside shoe to keep firm. Once I did that fixing was fine. Shoes do look great.

    Close review
    4.3 out of 5
    Build Quality: 4/5
    Performance: 4/5
    Value For Money: 5/5

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