Warm Shoes

martincashman
martincashman Posts: 116
edited May 2013 in Road buying advice
Any ideas on warm road shoes. I have a pair of Northwave boots which are great in winter. The weather is improving now so I don't need a full boot but find summer shoes too ventilated so need shoe covers for comfort on early morning or late evening spins. Anyone know of a pair of cycling shoes, that aren't meant for continental summers with all those vented mesh panels to keep you cool in 35C heat.. Ones with the least vented upper sole so it acts like a windstopper to keep my tootsies nice and snug without having to mess around with separate covers.
MTB HardTail: GT Aggressor XC2 '09
Road Summer(s): Kuota Kharma '10
Road Winter(w): Carrera Virtuoso '10
Full Suspension: Trek Fuel Ex 8 '11

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Comments

  • Tape over the vents....
    I'm sorry you don't believe in miracles
  • pkripper
    pkripper Posts: 652
    just get some toe covers.

    Or man up.
  • doug5_10
    doug5_10 Posts: 465
    +1 toe covers are all you'll need.
    Edinburgh Revolution Curve
    http://app.strava.com/athletes/1920048
  • jordan_217
    jordan_217 Posts: 2,580
    Oversocks from Prendas. Toe covers if it's colder. Toe covers under oversocks if it's colder still but doesn't quite warrant full on overshoes.
    “Training is like fighting with a gorilla. You don’t stop when you’re tired. You stop when the gorilla is tired.”