One piece ,no stitches (only one short stitch in the back) classic retro design .Perfect.
I would go for the black one.
Assume that these will be soon available in many other colors as the upper Japanese material is the same others use for multi colored soccer shoes.
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I'd love to pick a pair of these up though. I wish (as well) that they were going to make them in some of the colors they showed off at Interbike (I know they were just test pieces).
But, alas, it doesn't sound like it will happen. I love Giro shoes though. Totally hooked. The Prolights are the best shoes I've ever owned (over SIDI, Shimano, Specialized, Fizik). Of course, not all feet like the same shoes, but...
As for the fit that someone asked about earlier... I wear a size 44.5 in specialized and found that the same size in the empires was half a size too small. I found them to not have too much room in the toe box which is how I like them. In the end, my feeling is that they fit very much like specialized in terms of volume, but perhaps 1/2 size smaller.
hope that helps a little...
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I am a box standard uk size 10 foot. I always buy all my shoes and trainers in a UK size 10. I wear Sidi Ergo's in a size 45 and have some Mavic's in a Size 45. These are also a size 45 and are true to size, maybe a smidgen bigger that the Sidi, but nothing to note really. Toe box are seems quite roomy and I have quite wide feet.
I would say just order your standard size !!
If the weather holds this weekend I will be out in them and will report back on Saturday night.
I really wanted the LE Blue ones but they are not due into the UK until at least mid May and I am off to the Alps in May and wanted them for that trip. Need light shoes for Alp d'Huez
The black are cool as well but again not in the UK as yet as far as I could tell.
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