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VeloToze Tall Shoe Cover

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Product Description

The VeloToze Tall Shoe Cover will keep your feet dry, warm and comfortable on wet British rides in temperatures down to 5 Celsius. Whether you’re training, racing or commuting these lightweight covers won’t hold you back while a form-fitting design improves aerodynamics.

Key Features:

    • 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 a jersey pocket or saddle bag
    • Size: S, M, L, XL
    • Colour: Black, Green, Pink, Red, White, Yellow, Orange

Note: Occasionally, without notice, manufacturers change product design and/or specifications.

VeloToze Tall Shoe Cover Reviews

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Overall Rating:
3
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3.00
Build Quality
3.00
Performance
3.00
Value For Money
3.00

Customer Reviews (2)

4
Very sweaty aero feet

Velotoze where designed to keep your feet dry...... they won't! You're feet will sweat so much that you're socks, shoes and feet will be soaked. However I've never had cold feet and I've never felt like they where too hot either. Aero gains are the main reason to buy these. I don't have a wind tunnel but the proof can be found on the sweaty feet of time trialists and triantalopes everywhere. Some important tips for those new to velotoze are - 1. Try not to walk around on gravel if you can help it. This would understandably wear the bottoms quickly. 2. Once the sweat has dried after use, turn they inside out and rub some talcum powder over them. This stops the material sticking to itself and help you get them one your feet. 4* for build - the material is very strong and surprisingly stretchy but walking on gravel type surfaces wear them quickly. 4* for performance because of the sweaty feet. 4* for value I think these could have a lower rrp but not to bad when compared to other shoe covers.

Velotoze where designed to keep your feet dry...... they won't! You're feet will sweat so much that you're socks, shoes and feet will be soaked. However I've never had cold feet and I've never felt like they where too hot either. Aero gains are the main reason to buy these. I don't have a wind tunnel but the proof can be found on the sweaty feet of time trialists and triantalopes everywhere. Some important tips for those new to velotoze are - 1. Try not to walk around on gravel if you can help it. This would understandably wear the bottoms quickly. 2. Once the sweat has dried after use, turn they inside out and rub some talcum powder over them. This stops the material sticking to itself and help you get them one your feet. 4* for build - the material is very strong and surprisingly stretchy but walking on gravel type surfaces wear them quickly. 4* for performance because of the sweaty feet. 4* for value I think these could have a lower rrp but not to bad when compared to other shoe covers.

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4 out of 5
Build Quality: 4/5
Performance: 4/5
Value For Money: 4/5
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

Size Chart

Shoe Size Guide

UK Size European Size
3 35.5
3.5 36
4 37
4.5 37.5
5 38
5.5 39
6 39.5
6.5 40
7 41
7.5 41.5
8 42
8.5 42.5
9 43
9.5 44
10 44.5
10.5 45
11 46
11.5 46.5
12 47
12.5 47.5
13 48
13.5 49
14 50
14.5 51

Please note, all size information is provided as a guide - if you're unsure or need any further assistance you can call us on 01792 799508 ... we're happy to help!

Overshoes Guide

What are overshoes?

Overshoes are stretchy covers that you wear over your cycling shoes to protect your feet from the weather. They have holes in the bottom so your cleats can still engage with your pedals. They are also sometimes called oversocks or even Belgian booties.

Who needs overshoes?

Anyone riding in the wind, rain, or both. They really help keep your feet warm and dry.

What are the choices?

You can get overshoes for mountain biking or road. It’s important to get the right sort, as they are shaped differently to fit over road or mountain shoes and have the cleat holes shaped differently.  Overshoes are available which are windproof, waterproof, extra warm, or have a combination of these traits. Oversocks are usually thinner, lightweight and give some wind chill protection.

What should I buy with it?

If you’re cycling in really cold weather a good pair of cycling socks will really help add an extra layer of insulation.

Anything else?

Pay attention to the protective properties of overshoes – it’s no good having totally waterproof overshoes if you’re cycling in frozen, dry conditions. Likewise, there’s not much point having windproof booties if your feet are sopping wet.

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