Road overshoe recommendations please……
On one have got some neoprene ones on offer right now. 9.99. It’s snip, it’s steal etc etc.Posted 4 years agoTiRedMember
I have Gore ones that are thermal. Warm but still not 100% waterproof. I also bought some used Sidi winter boots and these are nicer to ride in but again, don’t keep water out completely. Overshoes seem to wear from the sole, so don’t spend too much.
I did have some Gore windstoppers which were light and great for autumn. Sadly the zip failed and that’s why I now have the thermal version.Posted 4 years agocookeaaSubscriber
Still using the same Pro – H2O “Raven” ones I was last year, starting to split a little around the heel but they are still hanging in there and are keeping the water out and my feet dry and warm…
I might order some of those PX neoprene ones just to try if they’re only a tenner… although I’m also tempted by their ”Zip” overshoe in “”No Wind” softshell fabric doubt they’re as water tight as the neoprene… I could try both out I suppose …
I’m a UK10 should I go with M/L or L/XL? I find many overshoes come up a bit small, and if they just have a velcro closure is there a risk the M/L might bey bursting open after a couple of miles?Posted 4 years agograhamgMember
On one have got some neoprene ones on offer right now. 9.99. It’s snip, it’s steal etc etc.
I’m with this guy ^ – so cheap, so easy to put on/take off (zips and all that are a ballache and the point at which they’re guaranteed to fail eventually).
If you want more spangly, check out Gripgrab available from wiggle, the reviews are very good. But honestly, those PX jobs are so effective.
Forgot to add, having plenty of room in the shoe for winter socks and wriggle room is a vital component of keeping feet warm – if you don’t’ already have any, buy some cheap shoes a size up from your normal.Posted 4 years ago
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