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veloToze Short Road Shoe Cover

$14.95

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    Short Road Shoe Cover

    Foggy, misty, or drizzly days threaten to make your ride dismal, but the VeloToze Short Road Shoe Cover can keep your spirits high—or at least keep your feet dry. Natural rubber latex conforms to your shoe's unique shape to seal out moisture from the sky or splashing up from the road. This non-absorbent material is water- and wind-resistant to keep your shoes, and therefore feet, protected from the elements as you pedal. This lightweight cover slides on and off easily, securing around the cleat and heel so you still get a solid grip on your pedals or the ground.
    • Shoe cover for damp days on your bike
    • Flexible design conforms to your shoe
    • Water- and wind-resistant for protection
    • Compatible with cleats for a solid grip
    • Slip-on style eliminates closure vulnerability
    • Item #VLT0002

    Tech Specs

    Material
    natural rubber latex
    Closure
    slip-on
    Recommended Use
    cycling

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    Disposable, Just not up to it

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: S/M
    • Height: 5'7"
    • Weight: 145lbs

    Have you ever owned a product that you really wanted to like but just couldn't? Well, here it is. First, and despite the instructional videos, they are a royal pain to put on. After a few minutes of tugging, stretching, and cursing, they finally snap into place. Second, the material (rubber) is designed to stretch tight over your shoes but eventually gets punctured or rips on the boa, levers, or velcro straps present on all cycling shoes. I've had a few pairs of these, thinking it was me. It's not -- they are just not fit for purpose. Too bad, a thin, short shoe cover would be perfect for Fall and Spring.