Pro Tarmac NPU Road Overshoes
Pro Tarmac NPU Road Overshoes
- 64% Polyester
- 35% Polyurethane
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|Black||Extra Extra Large||Discontinued - no longer available|
|Black||Extra Large||Discontinued - no longer available|
|Black||Large||Discontinued - no longer available|
|Black||Medium||Discontinued - no longer available|
|Black||XXXL||Discontinued - no longer available|
Top Features of the Pro Tarmac NPU Road Overshoes
For the coming season the PRO overshoe range has been completely revamped and is bigger and better than ever. Innovative features, great designs, and excellent media reviews make PRO overshoes the obvious choice.
- OPC Design with 3mm multi-stretch Neoprene
- Water resistant PU-coating
- Road specific sole design
- Red Bamboo Charcoal Fleece lining
- Kevlar reinforcement on toe area
- Taped seams
- 3M reflective Velcro cuff
- YKK reversed zipper
- Sizes: M – XXXL
- -15 to +5 deg C optimum temperature range
- Cleat Holes
- Materials: Lycra
- Open Heel
- Rear Fastening: Both
- Taped Seams
- Waterproof Rating:
PRO overshoes include their revolutionary Optimal Panel Construction. The principal behind this design is use as few seams as possible and use the natural characteristics of the material to improve comfort and fit. By relocating the main seam to the inside of the foot, PRO have managed to improve the fit and remove the top seam for increased water resistance.
The latest range of PRO overshoes take the O.P.C. design even further and are sleeker and more aerodynamic then ever before. New graphics, Kevlar protection, reversed zips and sealed seams make these overshoes state-of-the-art.
Road specific overshoes feature a strap-free sole design with cleat and heel openings and are compatible with all types of 3-bolt road cleats.
About the Pro brand
PRO manufactures a range of handlebars, wheels, disc wheels, stems, overshoes, cycle computers and accessories for your bike. Over the last decade, the Shimano owned PRO brand has grown considerably into a major player on the bicycle accessory market. PRO's success has largely been down to its never-ending drive to improve and the fact it provides high quality cycle products at affordable prices.
|Size||Road Specific||Multi Fit|
|Medium||37 - 40||35 - 37|
|Large||40 - 42||37 - 40|
|X-Large||42 - 44||40 - 42|
|XX-Large||44 - 47||42 - 45|
|XXX-Large||47 - 49||45 - 48|
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Product Q & A
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According to the sizing guide table you need XXL to, you may want to consider XXXL. Ask Wiggle they know best.
What is the best way to put these overshoes on?
I am sure I will feel dumb when the answer comes thru.
They seem pretty robust to me so far so I think you'd have to try very hard to tear them. Good luck! I'd avoid walking on them as much as possible though, that'll probably wear them down a lot.
Don't be too worried about pulling hard or stretching the material - it's really durable and can be stretched quite a lot .
Once you've got the front section on, then work on the heel in the same manner.
BTW - Don't worry about feeling daft. The first time I wore mine, I had them on the wrong feet! DOH!!! It was only when my wife asked why the Logo was on the inside that I realised what I'd done!
I ended up doing it the obvious way, i.e. put my shoes on and then try to slip the overshoe on. They are difficult to put on as they are very tight and your do have to use a lot of brute force to stretch the neoprene. Also you do have to keep an eye on the cleat as this can easily snag the inside.
I did discover that folding back the toe when I put my foot in helped a bit.
These would have been a lot easier to put on if the strap across the bottom had been velcro.
Putting it on with you foot in the shoes, yes that puts an enourmous amount of strain on the heel of the overshoe and to me that did not look a good option.
Pls tell me whether these are suitable for wearing over Nike Shox, and with metal edged leisure pedals (i.e. standard hybrid non-cleats)?
And if there is something better please let me know.
i'd imagine the xl would still fit if stretched a little
Will you have them any time soon?
Thanks very much.
They would have to be cleaned every mile!
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