BBB BWS-02B HeavyDuty Shoecover
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BBB BWS-02B HeavyDuty Shoecover
- Tough shoe cover designed to give the best protection against the cold.
- 3 mm multi stretch neoprene with Nylon reinforcements on both sides.
- Industrial-strength YKK-zipper.
- Velcro rubber strap for a secure fit.
- Extra 3M reflective reinforcement between the sole and zipper.
- Velcro strap allows these shoecovers to be used with (in-line) skates.
- Sizes: 37/38, 39/40, 41/42, 43/44, 45/46 and 47/48.
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Mr FranklinExcellent quality overshoes for the winter, excellent fit, great price, they keep my feet nice and warm!!! Great service from Merlin Cycles, 5*
serdar marasI bought it for my size 45 shoes. It fits on it. I like the quality also.
Mr hubbardThey fitted great were very warm and looked great. They were easy to get on and seemed quite robust.
bunceWow! These are bright this is my second pair of these the first lasted 2 years of rain, grit and dirt. Very good value for money
Mr JoynerInexpensive, well-made, warm.
PearsonGood price and fast delivery. Boots look good and keep my feet warm and dry.
Mr Jing JohGreat shoe covers. They feel a little heavy, but I'm sure that's coz I'm not used to it. They are very bright and kept me warm this morning at 1 degree C. They fit, but are almost too big. I will buy again from Merlin.
Mr JohnsonGreat fit, keep feet warm, yet to ride in wet but look good. Great service as always from Merlin.
Mr OsborneSolid winter option. Good fit and durable.
Paul HubbardHaven't been out in the cold too much in recent years, so was something of a shock a couple of weeks ago to come home with feet like blocks of ice. Asked around and overshoes suggested and WOW what a difference. Being waterproof these are also windproof and have been out for a decent run in near zero degrees with toasty tootsies. Not only that, but the dayglo yellow stands out really well in the dark.
TrevHave used these once and they kept my feet dry and warm. I have shimano boots and covers fit fine
Mr CharleyExcellent product. I would recommend them. I've used these on a few long rides over the last few weeks in cold conditions have kept my feet warm
Mr ReidBe bright be seen with the hi viz version. Warm and easy to slip over your shoes
Mr JaunceNo more cold wet/cold feet!! Great buy and as always Merlin retailed them at a great price. Definitely worth the pennies
Mr CampbellBrilliant product. Fit brilliantly, do not obstruct cleats, very comfortable around upper ankle. Most Importantly keep my feet warm and dry when cycling unpleasant condition. Highly recommend *****
TaffarelliThese make a massive difference. Feet have been warm when wearing them, although I have not worn them in heavy rain yet.
DavidGood fit and keeps your feet warm and dry on those chilly mornings
Mr PlattenThey look to be well made, and fit over my size 47 shoes perfectly.
Mr SayiThis shoecover is perfect for cold wheather situation, it absorbs the heat inside but doesnt make sweat. In heavy rain, they arent built for this, but it works well at spatter rain. In addition, it has great view on shoes.
Mr smithTo be honest, I actually meant to buy another version of these but wasn't paying sufficient attention. However had a couple of hours in the wet last weekend and came home with feet which were not only dry but warm too. Still to do a whole day in proper west of Scotland rain but I'm optimistic! Regarding size, I use Lake MTBshoes even on my roadbike (because it can be a long walk even to get a phone signal here if you've got problems) and they are sized perfectly
Mr FinchHave used these 3 times now, and one day was particularly cold - about 3 degrees. Being the first overshoes I have owned I could immediately feel the difference as my feet were nice and warm. The real test will be if I venture out at below 3 degrees, and also whether the bottoms start to fray or not. I presume this will eventually happen because I prefer to wear SPD cleat shoes so the bottoms of the OS will of course be on the ground when I have to walked with them on.
Mr WhittakerNot sure about the heavy duty rating but just used them on 27 mile ride at minus temperatures and kept feet dry and warm. Found them really quick and easy to put on and take off. Some signs there will be wear points on heal and toe but I commute 135 miles a week so time will tell. For the price they were excellent value.