BBB HardWear Shoe Covers
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|Black||EU 47 / 48||
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|Black||EU 37 / 38|
|Black||EU 39 / 40|
|Black||EU 41 / 42|
|Black||EU 43 / 44|
|Black||EU 45 / 46|
Designed to protect your feet against cold and wet conditions, HardWear overshoes feature a Neoskin waterproof layer on top of 3mm neoprene which offers the best protection against the cold and rain.
Top Features of the BBB HardWear Shoe Covers
- Glued seams make them 100% leak proof.
- Reflective industrial-strength YKK-zipper.
- Two Kevlar reinforcements between sole and zipper as well as on the nose.
- Velcro rubber strap for a secure fit.
A special antibacterial coated neoprene with a soft, smooth surface the beads and sheds water.
Overshoes are essential for winter riding, they protect both your feet and your expensive cycling shoes from the winter weather. They can be made from a variety of materials, for example Lycra, Neoprene, Windtex or GoreTex are common place, each of these materials has different properties to suit the weather you are riding in. Windtex and Neoprene materials are ideal for cold dry days or for keeping your foot warm but not dry, whereas Goretex and other waterproof materials will help reduce the amount of water reaching your skin. It can be hard to keep your feet 100% dry so priority is always warmth, so try to choose a warm and windproof overshoe for best results on colder days. It’s advisable to wear a waterproof sock inside your shoes, Sealskinz make a very popular range, which add an additional barrier to minimise water ingress. Other important features on a pair of quality overshoes are reflective logo’s/details, heel holes for when putting your foot down at a junctions, pre-cut cleat holes and a stretchy material for a close fit over your shoes.
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I bought EU41 / 42 size shoe covers and they fit perfectly.
I cant see them working too well with toe clips though, they really are made for cleats and you would wear the bottom out pretty quick walking on them.
Not. really designed for pedals with toe clips, that doesnt mean to say you cant. You may get fraying around the edges where the pedals sit across the ball of the foot and on across the toe/bridge of the foot where the toe clip clamps onto the foot.
In short No!!
I have a size 41 shoe and got the 41 overshoes which fitted perfectly.
I really need something that is durable and water proof that will stop water coming into the shoe from where my ankles are. Reflectivity is also a big bonus for those stormy, dark commutes home.
I am mainly cycling in temperatures around 8-14 degrees C during Winter when rain is more likely and I'll need the protection. I read some comments that these trap a lot of heat in, which is great if you are in frosty conditions, but considering these shoes are quite warm already due to the waterproof liner I am worried that this lack of ventilation will result in extremely warm and sweaty feet. What's the verdict? Go or no?
I've considered waterproof pants, however it seems that they are generally too stuffy and hot which results in sweat issues. There's a few out there that are 3/4 length to address this issue but this still exposes the top of my shoes to water getting in!
Temperature ranges - I've ridden with them in temperatures down to 3 degree centigrade, and they keep my feet warm. Add in some thermal/thick socks and they'll keep you going in most temperatures.
I use it for above 10 degrees and my feet don't bake but still are dry. Just make sure you snug the upper velcro ankle strap to stop water running down your leg and into your shoes.
NOTE: The Crafts are undersized ie, get a larger size than you would normally. I am a EU 42 and got the 43-45 size (ie Large) and it is a pleasant snug fit! If your foot is larger than EU46, don't buy them as there is only the XL as the next size up from the Large that I bought.
At those temperatures I think you are better off with something like the Altura Night Vision City overshoes. That is less insulating but fully waterproof.
If this overshoe is not suitable, could you recomend on that will fit.
Additional information: I use Shimano SPD road cleats.
I measure 26cm at this point and I don't think these would stretch much further.
thanks very much!
I'm buying some Shimano road shoes with this order, however they advise to buy a size bigger because they come up small. I'm usually an EU 38, but am buying the EU 39. Which size overshoe should I get, 37/38 or 39/40, I'm thinking the smaller since I'm female so will need a snugger fit on my ankle?
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