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- ASIN: B07BJCWFBH
- Average Customer Review: 39 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #397,676 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Gore Bike Wear Universal City OverShoes
|Price:||$49.43 - $178.76|
- Cut-outs for all current pedal systems
- NEON fabric for better visibility
- Reflective logo on front and back
- Back Velcro width adjustment
- Ideal to wear with MTB and leisure shoes
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YouAAAre getting ready for your commute to work, and itAAAs positively pouring outside. Grab your rain jacket and slip the GORE Bike Wear City Overshoe over your casual or bike shoes.Waterproof breathable Gore-Tex Performance Shell fabric blocks rain and mud Back hook-and-loop system helps with width adjustments Bottom cut-outs comply with all current pedal systems Overshoe folds down for easy packing once you get to work Ideal for MTB and casual shoes
- Material: [shell]; [sole] 76
- Closure: [main] zippered; [back] hook-and-loop
- Sole: open
- Recommended Use: road biking
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I don't know how I ever lived without them. They keep your shoes completely dry. Also, if you're wearing rain pants, put these on first and they will make it a lot easier to put your feet through with shoes on. The rain pants will go over the shoe covers and ensure that absolutely no water gets in there.
The Gore-tex material is awesome. The outer hydrophobic coating that causes water droplets to form will eventually wear off, but the actual Gore-tex is inside the fabric and will not wear out. The only downside for me has been the elastic on the bottom. After a year or so the seams wore out and partially ripped off. This can create a potentially dangerous situation because it can get caught in your bike pedal and prevent your foot from leaving the pedal when you need to.
I did try to contact Gore Bike Wear and was told that they could not help me, which is also disappointing given the short life of their premium product. I would not recommend these if you live in a wet area like Seattle.
The downside - the seams on the bottom of the booties are falling off. I will grant that I ride with them every day from Nov-Feb, and I use platform pedals that can be hard on shoes/booties. I never walk in them. But for $90, they should last at least a couple years.
I would still recommend them because there isn't really anything out there that performs as well. I own a lot of Gore bike clothing, so this was a disappointment. If they didn't work so well I'd give them two stars.