GORE BIKE WEAR Thermal Cycling Overshoes, GORE WINDSTOPPER, ROAD GWS Thermo Overshoes, Size: 11-13, Color: Neon Yellow, FTOXYT

January 12, 2017 - Comment

Award winning extreme protection for extreme conditions – Windy and snowy outside? Still want to cycle? Well, these are the overshoes for you! Thermo lined, elasticized for a secure snug fit, back zipper and plenty of reflective details for safety in poor light. Neon fabric option for extra visibility. – WINDSTOPPER heat effect – Due

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Award winning extreme protection for extreme conditions – Windy and snowy outside? Still want to cycle? Well, these are the overshoes for you! Thermo lined, elasticized for a secure snug fit, back zipper and plenty of reflective details for safety in poor light. Neon fabric option for extra visibility. – WINDSTOPPER heat effect – Due to the special WINDSTOPPER membrane, the effects of wind are completely blocked so the body stays warm longer. Ordinary fabrics don’t block the wind allowing the body temperature to drop (the ‘wind chill’ effect) cooling muscles and lowering performance. – Care Instructions – Easy care, washable at 30° C, color sort, do not tumble dry, cool iron, wash inside out, do not use fabric softener – GORE BIKE WEAR – Bob Gore, the current Chairman and son of the founders, invented the revolutionary GORE-TEX membrane in 1969. The membrane is characterized by the unique features that make it waterproof, windproof and breathable. For more than 30 years the company has designed products specifically for the needs of the modern cyclist. Innovative GORE-TEX and WINDSTOPPER technologies ensure maximum comfort and protection in all weather conditions. – Internal research laboratories are constantly striving to offer sustainable products without compromising on quality or function. All products and brand materials from GORE BIKE WEAR meet the requirements for Oeko-Tex Standard 100.

Comments

Cycloneex says:

Disappointed I will reserve final judgement until we get further into the winter season. I read the reviews about sizing and decided to go with the size 11 – 13 for my 10.5 shoe. The boots are very big – really too big. They’re not only long, but quite wide as well and have a tendency to rub against my chain.On to warmth – These are really just an insulated top cover. There is no coverage under the shoe, just a strap to hold the bootie together. That concerns me that they won’t hold enough…

Anonymous says:

Love these shoe covers! I use them on my Tri shoes during the winter, and they keep my feet warm, protect them from wind/rain, and are highly visible for cycling in less than ideal conditions.I did get these about a size larger simply because my calves are rather thick. That being said, the extra bulk is hardly noticeable and it still functions are expected. I’ve had these for about 4 months now and commute with them on a daily basis. There are scuff marks and visible signs of wear,…

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