Women's Mica II Cycling Shoes
Women's Mica II Cycling Shoes Women's Mica II Cycling Shoes Women's Mica II Cycling Shoes Women's Mica II Cycling Shoes

Women's Mica II Cycling Shoes

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How to find your shoe size

Shoes - Standard Fit Women

Great performance without compromising comfort.

The Garneau Standard foot width fit is C. If your foot is larger than standard (D fit and over), we recommend choosing a half-size larger than the size suggested on the chart, or buying a shoe with the X-Comfort Zone Technology.

Follow the steps below to get the best fit:

Step 1 - How to measure your foot
Step 1 - Place your heel along a wall and place an object (wooden block, dictionnairy, etc.) against your longest toe. Measure both feet.
Étape 2 - Mesure ton pied
Step 2 - Measure the distance between the wall and the object. The longest measure is the size to use.

Use the chart below to find your Garneau shoe size:

Unités métriques

Length (cm.) Garneau size Men US Women US UK
22.1 34 3 5 2
22.4 35 3.5 5.5 2.5
22.7 36 4 6 3
23 37 4.5 6.5 3.5
23.6 38 5 7 4
23.9 38.5 5.5 7.5 4.5
24.2 39 6 8 5
24.5 39.5 6.5 8.5 5.5
24.8 40 7 9 6
25.1 40.5 7.5 9.5 6.5
25.4 41 8 10 7
25.7 41.5 8.5 10.5 7.5
26 42 9 11 8
26.3 42.5 9.25 11.25 8.25
26.6 43 9.5 11.5 8.5
26.9 43.5 9.75 - 8.75
27.2 44 10 - 9
27.5 44.5 10.5 - 9.5
27.8 45 10.75 - 9.75
28.1 45.5 11 - 10
28.4 46 11.5 - 10.5
28.7 46.5 11.75 - 10.75
29 47 12 - 11
29.3 48 12.5 - 11.5
30.2 49 13 - 12
30.5 50 13.5 - 12.5

If you are purchasing shoes to wear mainly in fall/winter with thicker socks, we recommend measuring your feet with the socks you'll be wearing.

Imperial units

Length (in.) Garneau size Men US Women US UK
8 3/4 34 3 5 2
8 7/8 35 3.5 5.5 2.5
9 36 4 6 3
9 1/8 37 4.5 6.5 3.5
9 1/4 38 5 7 4
9 1/2 38.5 5.5 7.5 4.5
9 5/8 39 6 8 5
9 3/4 39.5 6.5 8.5 5.5
9 7/8 40 7 9 6
10 40.5 7.5 9.5 6.5
10 1/8 41 8 10 7
10 1/4 41.5 8.5 10.5 7.5
10 1/2 43 9.5 11.5 8.5
10 5/16 42 9 11 8
10 3/8 42.5 9.25 11.25 8.25
10 1/2 43 9.5 11.5 8.5
10 5/8 43.5 9.75 - 8.75
10 3/4 44 10 - 9
10 7/8 44.5 10.5 - 9.5
11 45 10.75 - 9.75
11 1/8 45.5 11 - 10
11 1/4 46 11.5 - 10.5
11 3/8 46.5 11.75 - 10.75
11 1/2 47 12 - 11
11 5/8 48 12.5 - 11.5
11 7/8 49 13 - 12
12 1/8 50 13.5 - 12.5

If you are purchasing shoes to wear mainly in fall/winter with thicker socks, we recommend measuring your feet with the socks you'll be wearing.

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Our all-new women's Mica II mountain biking shoes take all the features of last year's Mica, with the addition of the award-winning X-Comfort Zone technology.
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Our all-new women's Mica II mountain biking shoes take all the features of last year's Mica, with the addition of the award-winning X-Comfort Zone technology. The X-Comfort Zone allows the foot to swell up to 5 mm while riding, thus eliminating hot spots and discomfort. It also accommodates wider feet and eliminates bunions over time. The women's Mica II come with two hook-and-loop straps and a third ratcheting strap, all three paired with our Power Zone technology to ensure an amazing fit that keeps the foot firmly in place. The Ergo Grip 2 fiberglass/nylon outsole provides the optimal balance of power transfer on the bike and walkability off the bike. The front toe box also comes with reinforced paneling for increased abrasion resistance. Grab a pair today and ride with confidence!

Technical Details

  • Technology : X-Comfort Zone - Power Zone: Increased arch support and power transfer
  • Weight: 11.5 oz / 325g (size 38)
  • Outsole: Patented Ergo Air® injected nylon/fiberglass; extremely ventilated
  • Insole: EVA single density: Enhances comfort
  • Heel Retention: HRS-90 reinforced with 0.4 mm membrane: Maintains heel positioning and reduces loss of power
  • Closure System: Double-adjustment ratchet and hook and loop strap for a better adjustment

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How To Install SPD Cleats

Being attached to your pedals lets you both push down and pull upwards on your pedals, making your pedal stroke smoother and much more efficient. Using the same amount of energy, you'll ride farther, faster and with more comfort than when only using a downward force to drive your bike forwards. Being able to yank upwards on the pedals is especially useful in high power situations, like when you're sprinting, or even climbing.

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