- 45North Fasterkatts
for 200 bucks id be wanting a better rating than -3 ….
im pondering some wolvehammers but 280 quid for shoes is a rediculous amount in any ones book.
280 quid is alot of money for anything never mind shoes…. but comfortably warm feet to -18 and in daily use on my commute …. mmmmmmmmm justified…..Posted 4 years agosimonbownsSubscriber
Yep – mine just arrived today. Not ridden with them yet, but I’m very impressed with the quality and details.
I’m usually 45/46 – I’ve erred on the bigger size here, room for cosy socks too.
We’ve not got stock, but are considering it – let me know if you’re interested – that might help us on stock in/pricing, so might help you with price too 😉Posted 4 years ago
Tempted, the spec seems spot on for Surrey winters (We’re not in Minnesota any more, Toto). Anyone ridden them?
They’re expensive, but the insoles I bought for 25 quid last year didn’t make it through a whole winter (& they’re a right PITA to get on too).
I had a day pretty much wiped out at CYB in February due to cold wet feed. The wet was the big issue, it wasn’t a super-cold day.
Also, interested in alternatives.Posted 4 years ago
Looks to me like the Lakes are pitched more towards “extreme” weather. A bit cold/manky and rainy (or puddly) is the problem I need to fix, rather than big snow and serious sub-zero temps. I’m down at the southern end of Englandshire, you chaps up in Scotland and the mountainous places usually get it much worse!Posted 4 years agoz1ppyMember
Nope I is a midlander.. but suffer with cold feet/toes. My Shiamno MW80’s are fine for most of the winter, but I struggle once it get below 0, been eyeing up the 302/303’s for a long while. M8 has some he uses all winter, and they don’t seem as frankenstein’s monsters boot as you’d think.Posted 4 years ago
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