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Giro Size Chart
Use the Giro size chart to find the best fit for you.
Giro Men’s Tops Size Chart
|S (35)||33 – 35″ / 83.8 – 88.9cm||34″ / 86.4cm|
|M (38)||36 – 38″ / 91.4 – 96.5cm||35″ / 88.9cm|
|L (41)||39 – 41″ / 99.1 – 104.1cm||36″ / 91.4cm|
|XL (44)||42 – 44″ / 106.7 – 111.8cm||36.5″ / 92.7cm|
|XXL (47)||45 – 47″ / 114.3 – 119.38cm||37″ / 94cm|
Giro Men’s Bottoms Size Chart
|Size||Waist||Inseam – Pant Only|
|28 (XS)||27.5 – 28.5″ / 69.85 – 72.39cm||31.5″ / 80.01cm|
|30 (S)||29.5 – 30.5″ / 74.93 – 77.47cm||31.5″ / 80.01cm|
|32 (M)||31.5 – 32.5″ / 80.01 – 82.55cm||32.5″ / 82.55cm|
|34 (L)||33.5 – 34.5″ / 85.09 – 87.63cm||33.5″ / 85.09cm|
|36 (XL)||35.5 – 36.5″ / 90.17 – 92.71cm||34.5″ / 87.63cm|
|38 (XXL)||37.5 – 38.5″ / 95.25 – 97.79cm||34.5″ / 87.63cm|
Giro Women’s Tops Size Chart
|XXS (2)||30 – 31″ / 76.2 – 78.7cm||30.5″ / 77.4cm|
|XS (4)||32 – 33″ / 81.3 – 83.8cm||31″ / 78.7cm|
|S (6)||34 – 35″ / 86.4 – 88.9cm||31.5″ / 80cm|
|M (8)||36 – 37″ / 91.4 – 94cm||32″ / 81.3cm|
|L (10)||38 – 39″ / 96.5 – 99.1cm||32.5″ / 82.6cm|
|XL (12)||40″ / 101.6cm||33″ / 83.8cm|
Giro Women’s Bottoms Size Chart
|Size||Waist||Hip||Inseam – Pant Only|
|2 (XXS)||23 – 24″ / 58.4 – 60.9cm||33 – 34″ / 88.8 – 86.3cm||30.5″ / 77.47cm|
|4 (XS)||25 – 26″ / 63.4 – 66cm||35 – 36″ / 88.9 – 91.4cm||30.5″ / 77.47cm|
|6 (S)||27 – 28″ / 68.6 – 71.1cm||37 – 38″ / 94 – 96.5cm||31″ / 78.74cm|
|8 (M)||29 – 30″ / 73.7 – 76.2cm||39 – 40″ / 99.1 – 101.6cm||31″ / 78.74cm|
|10 (L)||31 – 32″ / 78.7 – 81.3cm||41 – 42″ / 104.1 – 106.7cm||31.5″ / 80.01cm|
|12 (XL)||33″ / 83.8cm||43″ / 109.2cm||31.5″ / 80.01cm|
Giro Men’s Gloves Size Chart
|Men||Palm Width||Finger Length|
|XS||7″ or less/ 178mm||6.8″ or less/ 174mm or less|
|S||7-6″/ 178-203mm||6.8-7″/ 175-180mm|
|M||8-9″/ 203-229mm||7-7.4″/ 181-188mm|
|L||9-9.75″/ 229-248mm||7.4-7.8″/ 189-199mm|
|XL||9.75-10.5″/ 248-267mm||7.8-8.3″/ 200-210mm|
|XXL||10.5″ or more/ 267mm or more||8.3″ or more/ 211mm or more|
Giro Women’s Gloves Size Chart
|Women||Palm Width||Finger Length|
|S||6 – 6.7″ / 153 – 169mm||6 – 6.3″ / 153 – 160mm|
|M||6.7 – 7.4″ / 170 – 189mm||6.3 – 6.7″ / 161 – 169mm|
|L||7.4 – 8.3″ / 190 – 210mm||6.7 – 7″ / 170 – 177mm|
Read our clothing size guide for more information on sizing.
Please note, all size information is provided as a guide – if you’re unsure or need any further assistance you can call us on 01792 799508 … we’re happy to help!
Cycling socks might not seem essential but can be the ultimate comfort provider on a ride. You wouldn’t skimp on a pair of quality gloves, so why shouldn’t your feet have the same comfort. No serious road cyclist would be seen without a good pair of cycling socks to match the rest of their kit and are appropriate to the season. Mountain bikers will adore the properties of seasonal socks.
With perfect fabrics for each situation, moisture-wicking with breathability to keep you dry. Anti-bacterial and odour-resistant fabrics for multi-day use on long trips and to keep your shoes fresh. Summer socks are fresh and let the air flow through, winter socks keep the cold at bay and keep you riding through the worst of the weather.
Breathability is key
When cycling in the heat of the summer your feet can quickly overheat, as well as being generally uncomfortable, on long rides it can lead to blisters and stinky feet. A good pair of summer socks have reinforced areas to reduce any rub, and are made from breathable anti-bacterial fabrics that greatly improve comfort on the bike. They are quick-drying and generally low cut.
Cycling through winter has many advantages, though one area often overlooked when gathering cycling clothing in the socks. Toes are not used much when cycling and are at the front of the cold wind and spray from the front wheel. It is not enough to simply have a thick warm sock, if they are too thick then the shoe will be tight and restrict circulation if the material cannot breathe then any sweat can then lead to wet and cold toes. Winter cycling socks are made from the most breathable materials with the greatest warmth to weight ratio.
Warm and dry
Waterproof socks can mean the difference between a cold, miserable ride and a fun and comfortable one. Many rides do not have dedicated winter shoes so a waterproof sock is essential. Road riders constantly have spray from the front wheel soaking their feet while mountain bikers spend the winter months constantly on wet trails. A waterproof sock will often be made up of a liner to wick away sweat, a waterproof membrane sandwiched between the outer layer. They are available in different lengths, for the ultimate in winter riding then long socks are best, when worn with waterproof trousers they help give the ultimate in protection to keep you riding and improving skills and fitness through the worst of it.
Merino wool is a wonder material for cyclists. It is wool originating from Merino sheep that typically live in harsh, wet and cold environments. Their dense insulating wool is the perfect material for all sorts of cycling clothing, especially socks. It keeps you warm when it’s cold, and cool when it’s warm outside. It is highly breathable, wicking moisture away from the skin, antibacterial helping you feel fresh along with being lightweight and soft. Merino has some amazing properties but it’s the ability to keep you insulated even when wet through is invaluable to cyclists.
Compression socks are mainly used by road riders especially those who compete in time trials and triathlons, though some mountain bikers also see the benefits. Compression socks help to stop the build up of fluid in the muscle during and after a ride through compression, this helps the sore pain that can be felt and aids recovery time. They reduce performance fatigue, circulation is improved that can have a dramatic effect in performance.
Delivery & Guarantee
UK Delivery Information
International Deliveries – Temporarily Suspended 11/11/20
Note: We are still offering deliveries to the Isle of Man, Scottish Highlands, Scottish Islands, Channel Islands, Isle of Wight, Jersey and Guernsey.
Note: We are still offering international deliveries to the Isle of Man, Scottish Highlands, Scottish Islands, Channel Islands, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Isle of Wight, Jersey and Guernsey.
Courier Delivery update: Due to the COVID19 situation, we are currently experiencing some delays with deliveries. Our couriers are working around the clock to get your order to you as soon as possible but there is a potential delay of up to 48 hours . Please check your tracking on track your order here.
Please note on the TNT tracking app it may show your delivery status as ‘Collecting’ (as per image below). This means your delivery has left our warehouse and is currently held at TNT main depot and there could be up to a 48 hour delay.
Please keep checking the TNT tracking for further updates. On behalf of TNT we apologise for any delay and inconvenience this may cause.
We are committed to offering fast and free delivery, whether you’re ordering bikes, accessories or clothing. Our standard delivery service is FREE in the UK, regardless of the size and on all orders over £20.
Please note that bulky products and bikes shipped to outlying UK regions are excluded from free shipping.
Please note that Pre-Order dates can sometimes change due to updated stock information.
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Returns & Warranty
It’s easy to return a product with our 365 day, hassle free returns.
We will give you a full refund on any item that is returned to us unused/unfitted, in a resaleable condition and in its original packaging (where possible).
Please note: For hygiene reasons, we cannot accept returns of facemasks, undershorts or underwear if the item has been removed/unsealed from its original packaging.
If your item develops a fault or arrives damaged, please contact us first so we can resolve the issue for you as quickly as possible.
For more information please visit our Returns & Warranty page.