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    VeloToze Tall Shoe Covers are designed for road cycling on cold, rainy or snowy days. Whether it’s race day, training day or just another commute day, veloToze Tall Shoe Covers will keep your feet dry, warm and comfortable.  

    Features and Benefits:
    • Waterproof: designed to form a tight seal with your calf, to keep your feet and shoes dry
    • Windproof: windproof materials keep your feet warm even on cold morning or winter rides (5C/40F to 16C/60F)
    • Lightweight: made of a flexible, lightweight material that doesn’t retain water when wet
    • No zippers or velcro straps : innovative design flexes over your shoe, so there are no vulnerability points, like zippers or velcro
    • Aerodynamic: smooth, flexible material creates a form-fitting design
    • Compact: easily fits in jersey pocket or saddle bag

  • VeloToze Tall Shoe Cover Reviews

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    Overall Rating:
    2
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    2.00
    Build Quality
    2.00
    Performance
    2
    Value For Money
    2.00

    Customer Reviews (1)

    2
    Waterproof, not warm, hard to put on

    TLDR: The most waterproof covers around, mostly windproof but not very warm or insulated. Incredibly hard to put on/take off. Getting others that are warmer and easier but would consider using these if it was very heavy rain depending on how my new ones cope. These shoe covers are incredibly waterproof - it's like coating your leg in rubber. They do not, however, do much in the way of warmth; they are very thin. They just about block wind but if you are planning on cycling anywhere below around 7 degrees C I would look at other warmer covers. The worst part for me was that they are incredibly difficult to take on and off. While the lack of a zip increases its waterproofing it makes it very hard to put on. You have to put your foot through the larger cleat hole, THEN put your shoe on, then pull the cover over the shoe. It takes me probably over 5 minutes to put them both on which is a long time for something as simple as shoe covers. This makes them useless to me as they are not worth the time it takes to put on (i cycle 50 minutes each way for my commute). If it was absolutely pouring down I might consider them for the waterproofing but i have now bought other covers while are warmer, easier to put on, but i have yet to test their waterproofing capabilities.

    TLDR: The most waterproof covers around, mostly windproof but not very warm or insulated. Incredibly hard to put on/take off. Getting others that are warmer and easier but would consider using these if it was very heavy rain depending on how my new ones cope. These shoe covers are incredibly waterproof - it's like coating your leg in rubber. They do not, however, do much in the way of warmth; they are very thin. They just about block wind but if you are planning on cycling anywhere below around 7 degrees C I would look at other warmer covers. The worst part for me was that they are incredibly difficult to take on and off. While the lack of a zip increases its waterproofing it makes it very hard to put on. You have to put your foot through the larger cleat hole, THEN put your shoe on, then pull the cover over the shoe. It takes me probably over 5 minutes to put them both on which is a long time for something as simple as shoe covers. This makes them useless to me as they are not worth the time it takes to put on (i cycle 50 minutes each way for my commute). If it was absolutely pouring down I might consider them for the waterproofing but i have now bought other covers while are warmer, easier to put on, but i have yet to test their waterproofing capabilities.

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    2 out of 5
    Build Quality: 2/5
    Performance: 2/5
    Value For Money: 2/5

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