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What over shoes?

edninoednino Posts: 684
edited April 2013 in Road buying advice
Did 36 miles this morning & the only part of me that got cold was me feet

Guess i need some over shoes

Whats good?

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  • Overshoes lol
    I'm sorry you don't believe in miracles
  • stueysstueys Posts: 1,332
    Planet X ones are good, I've a thick pair for cold days.
  • peasepease Posts: 150
    +1 for the planet x neoprene velcro ones. Only a tenner and do the job well enough if you wear decent socks and tape up any vent holes in the shoe sole.

    Their winter gloves are good too, best worn over some decathlon silk lining gloves.
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  • flasherflasher Posts: 1,626
    These work well, certainly built to last.

    http://www.endura.co.uk/Product.aspx?de ... prod_id=14
  • dave35dave35 Posts: 1,124
    The Enduras are superb-shame the zip is a bit censored , get a pair of these
    http://www.wiggle.co.uk/northwave-fahre ... oad-shoes/
    And some of these
    http://www.wiggle.co.uk/defeet-woolie-b ... inch-cuff/

    Bit of a cash layout but well worth it-take it from someone who suffers with cold/numb feet in the winter-and has spent a fair bit over the years trying different shoes/socks/overshoes.
    Been using the winter boots now for 2 years-no more numb/cold feet :D
  • daviegbdaviegb Posts: 126
    Bought a pair of these last week & they've kept my feet toasty warm on 3 cold rides this weekend!

    http://www.wiggle.co.uk/dhb-extreme-wea ... -overshoe/
  • saprkzzsaprkzz Posts: 592
    I have been using the castelli lycra overshoes through the winter. Been doing 100 milers in January at 7am in the morning getting pee'd on by rain and also rides in minus figures and have been very impressed. Teamed up with good shoes and socks i would recommend them.
  • passoutpassout Posts: 4,609
    I've tried a few, including Gore, and the best so far are BBB waterflex - good value, warm & seem to last ages. Try Ribble.
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