Velotoze Tall 2.0 Overshoes
Velotoze Tall 2.0 Overshoes
Velotoze have totally redesigned there shoe covers to make them more durable, easier to get on, and easier to care for. They are still made from Velotoze's signature, lightweight, waterproof material but are now reinforced on the bottom and in the toe area of the shoe covers so they last longer. They have also added a special coating to the inside so they are easier to dry and use again.
Velotoze tall 2.0 overshoes are designed for road cycling on cold, rainy or snowy days. Whether it’s race day, training day or just another commute day, Velotoze tall 2.0 overshoes will keep your feet dry, warm and comfortable.
- Waterproof: designed to form a tight seal with your calf, to keep your feet and shoes dry
- Windproof: windproof materials keep your feet warm even on cold morning or winter rides (5C/40F to 16C/60F)
- Reinforced: reinforced on the bottom and in the toe area for increased durability
- Lightweight: made of a flexible, lightweight material that doesn’t retain water when wet
- No zippers or velcro straps : innovative overshoe design has no vulnerability points, like zippers or velcro
- Aerodynamic: smooth, flexible material creates a form-fitting design
- Compact: easily fits in jersey pocket or saddle bag
1: Put on sock
2: Pull shoe cover/overshoe on over sock
3: Put foot through large cleat hole, and pull shoe cover up around ankle
4: Put on road bike shoe
5: Pull shoe cover down over heel of shoe FIRST, then toe
6: Adjust around ankle, cleats and heel pad. Ensure no part of shoe covers/overshoe are over cleats or heel pad.
Note: Pull top of shoe cover over sock or under leg warmers. The top of the shoe cover needs to be against your skin or water may enter the shoe cover.
Warning: Shoe cover may tear if you do not FIRST put on shoe cover, then shoe.
Dr Senderovich These are really swimming cap that go over shoes. Surprisingly they fit snuggly and seem strong enough and stop water from getting into my shoes.. I rode through some flooded roads and the Velotoze worked really well to stop the water. Only 4 stars as it was very cold and my toes felt it. Paired with thicker socks they might be perfect.
Honeybadger Early days but seem to be far more robust than the first generation.
Mr Marler Some feedback I’d seen suggested these overshoes are prone to ripping and are very hard to get on. I’d disagree on both counts. They’re certainly unconventional but by following the instructions I’ve had no issues and, more importantly , my feet have stayed dry on rides in some pretty miserable weather. Just don’t expect them to keep your feet toasty warm. No complaints from me.
Tim Dry feet. Knack in getting them on and don’t expect them to last more than one season but worth it for dry feet.
Rob Hazell Worn them three times and although a little tricky to get on and off the 2.0 are certainly more durable. Haven't worn them in anything more than drizzle but kept my feet dry