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Assos Assosoires Rain Bootie


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Assosoires Rain Bootie

  • Waterproof bootie keeps feet dry while cycling in the rain
  • EVA KANT is lightweight, form-fitting, and protective
  • Zip-free construction increase performance and comfort
  • Raw-cut edges eliminate seams to retain warmth and increase comfort
  • The waterproof membrane is placed inside to create a better seal against the elements
  • Item #AAS00A9

Recommended Use
road cycling
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>Rating: 5

Great cover shoes

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
True to size
6` 1"
175 lbs

I just got it and they are extremely comfortable, it's true ....they keep me dry and I can do my job withouth beeing worried on "soak feet". I love them. Thank you.

>Rating: 4

Best so Far

I've used it several times
True to size
5` 10"
160 lbs

I have tried many shoe covers to keep my feet dry in the rain. These do work for me. The first time you put them on, take your time and slowly work them onto your shoes. After that, they get easier to put on and it stops being a mental barrier to riding in the rain. I will say that some moisture does get in at the front of my shoes but does not get to my feet and this is after an hour in the rain. This has been consistent of the 6 + rides in the rain so far. This fits my spring and summer rain shoe need.

>Rating: 2

Great idea -- bad implementation

I've used it several times
True to size
Size Bought

I'm a committed Assos fan so it pains me to say that they jumped the shark on the new rain booties: they're just too fragile to stand up to ordinary wear -- the first pair I bought split & tore all around the front foot "hole", leaving my feet & shoes soaked through. Assos replaced the first pair but, even though I'm taking particular care when clipping out & putting my foot down, the material shreds quickly -- and can't be repaired. But, even without this issue, they just don't keep the water out -- they might be OK for use *after* it's rained and the roads are drying out. I prefer their former rain booties (the shiny ones) but, ultimately, if it's raining, I generally ride in waterproof booties from Gaerne.