Winter Shoes for Flat pedals

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  • Premier Icon HB47
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    Any recommendations for winter shoes for flats – used my 510s a couple of nights ago and they are still soaked.

    H

    I sympathise but have no answer.

    Premier Icon HB47
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    At the moment multiple pairs of Seal Skin socks seem the only answer – also as the 510s get wet they get heavy

    Premier Icon mintimperial
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    I like my Shimano AM41s, the flap keeps most of the water out and they dry out reasonably quickly in the garage.

    Premier Icon HB47
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    Thanks , will have a look

    stevede
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    Teva links aren’t bad at drying out but are quite stiff, not massively grippy but massively comfy and am41’s take a bit longer to dry out but are grippier, I have both and prefer the am41’s. Neither will keep your feet dry though, knee length sealskins for the win! 5.10 freeriders are my usual shoe of choice but as you say they take an age to dry out and are heavy when soaked.
    If you can find a pair of the old am40’s in your size then they are the ones to go for.

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    I’ve started wearing an old pair of DCs for winter, dry out loads quicker than my 5:10s. They’re still plenty grippy too.

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