Neoprene and Kevlar reinforced cycling overshoes from SealSkinz
Sealskinz have pulled out all the whistles and bells in the design of these Neoprene cycling overshoes, made from closefitting neoprene, Kevlar reinforced toe & heel, the addition of a storm flap, pull – on loop and high visibility branding to improve your safety. These Overshoes are something to contend with and keep the wind off your feet so you can concentrate on what matters most the ride!
What can you expect from the Sealskinz Neoprene Cycling Overshoe?
Hard-wearing neoprene material with storm flap inside zip
Thermal Rating 3 – Lightweight protection
Close-fitting with silicone leg gripper and easy pull-on loop
Kevlar heel & toe for wear resistance
Adjustable Velcro ankle tab
Lockable YKK Zip at the rear
Reflective hi-visibility branding for improved safety
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Shipping charges for this item to United States: $7.59
In love with this product! As a newbie cyclist I've never had a pair of overshoes before and now that I've tried and tested them I don't know how I've done without them. So easy to get on and off and have withstood all the heavy showers I've been unlucky enough to be caught in.
Impressed, worn them every morning this week (it's been the first chilly one for a while) and they've kept the feet warm and dry. Construction seems to be very robust.
These are pretty heavy duty overshoes made out of tough neoprene. They are warm and effective in the wet with good cover for the bottom of your shoes. There are fairly small holes for the cleat and heel in the bottom. The elastic on the bottom of the overshoe between the holes is one piece without velcro so they are not the easiest overshoe to get on over your cleats. Once in place though they fit closely with plenty of flexibility around the ankle. They are more suitable for a road shoes with cleats and heels that stand proud and perhaps wouldn't work so well on a flat soled mountain bike shoe as you would be walking on the overshoe material. The size XL fits well over my size 48 road shoes.