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You don't have to ski to enjoy the mountains in cold weather.

It's time to ditch the plastic bags and get serious. Pearl Izumi's Elite Barrier MTB Shoe Covers stay securely in place during long trail rides. These PU-coated, fleece-lined neoprene booties trap warmth and repel mud and water without harboring perspiration vapor, so your feet stay dry and comfortable.

  • Power band secures front of shoe cover behind toe lugs
  • Anatomic paneling creates a custom fit over your shoe
  • Full hook-and-loop rear closure eases ons and offs
  • Reflective details make you easier to see in low light
  • For X-Alp shoes, go up a size


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5 5

cold weather mountain biking OK

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

Day one with these shoe covers was 30º. I could hardly tell they were on as the fit was impeccable. My size 9+ foot fit perfectly inside the large shoe cover and cold was no more a factor for my feet. Furthermore, I happened to run out of trail on this first ride and, after a long down-climb with my bike on my shoulder and the only thing I noticed at the bottom was that the toe strap of the cover slipped off. I've been on cold rides since where time was spent off the pedals on short hike-a-bikes, and the kevlar reinforcing seems like it will hold up quite well.

5 5

Great shoe cover

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I just used this on a rainy century and it performed great. My feet stayed dry although they still sweated. My feet never got cold on that windy rainy ride. I wear a 46 Sidi mega shoe and it fit fine. However, I probably wouldnt venture much bigger than that .