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Shimano - SH-GR5 Mountain Bike Shoe - Women's

Shimano SH-GR5 Mountain Bike Shoe - Women's

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$19.95 Original price:$110.00
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Item #SHI00JH




Tech Specs

Upper Material:
sticky rubber
Cleat Compatibility:
Claimed Weight:
[single] (size 40) 13.6oz
Recommended Use:
cross-country, cyclocross, downhill, enduro, trail
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

SH-GR5 Mountain Bike Shoe

Find more purchase and confidence on your pedals with the Shimano SH-GR5 Mountain Bike Shoe. Featuring a sticky rubber outsole, this shoe grips flat pedals so well as you ride that you'll be surprised how easy it is to put a foot down when you need it. The flat sole makes off-bike travel way easier, featuring more surface area and stability on the trail than any shoe with cleats. Underfoot, an optimized shank plank provides the rigidity needed for efficient power transfer while an EVA midsole cushions your foot to keep you comfortable. The synthetic upper is breathable and manages moisture to keep your foot from feeling swampy, so you can ride for long hours without worrying about chafing and discomfort.

  • Mountain bike shoe provides traction and stiffness for pedaling
  • Mesh wicks away moisture and encourages evaporation
  • Perforations encourage additional ventilation
  • Sticky rubber provides traction on and off the bike
  • Flat soles have more surface area for off-bike travel
  • EVA midsole provides lightweight cushion
  • AM Footwear tech maximizes rigidity for efficient power transfer

not sure yet...

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

first obstacle was figuring out my European shoe size. i'm a true 7 and I had to get the 39's. they are much wider than my current mtb shoes, but they look great. the neon pink laces pop against the charcoal grey. I rode out with these in 28 degree weather and i feel that may have impacted how they performed. i found myself to be slipping off the pedals constantly. but again i think they were hard from the cold weather and weren't letting the pedal bite into them. they fit great, nice and cushy, but I'd have to try them out in warmer weather to see if they stick better or i may just go back to my adidas terrex.

After an initial ware in period, these shoes are gripy. I also switched out the pedals on my fattie to the race face chesters because I noticed the pedals on the trail bike didn't have the same issue with these sneakers. only thing ive noticed is the tip of the shoe is very hard and it presses down on my big toe. so eventually after an hour or 2 or riding it will get sore or numb. maybe going up a size or half size would help.

Hey Ashley, thanks for the feedback. What pedals are you using with these shoes? Feel free to email me at


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