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  • BBB Race Proof Overshoes BWS01
  • BBB Race Proof Overshoes BWS01

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BBB has a wide range of shoecovers, always the perfect shoecover for any kind of weather. BBB shoecovers are made of high-tech fabrics that keep your feet at temperature and dry during the cold winter. YKK® zippers guarantee a good performance in all weather conditions. All BBB shoecovers have an “Open Sole System” (O.S.S), which prevents damaging the sole. O.S.S is perfect for both MTB and road use.
Features:
• Lightweight shoecover perfect for dry, winter weather.
• Anatomic design gives a comfortable fit.
• Windster high-quality windbreaker material gives maximum protection against the cold.
• Thermal fabric back part is soft and comfortable to wear.
• Zipper-free.
• Velcro strap allows you to use these shoecovers for (in-line) skates.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Cant handle any water I have used these overshoes for about 500km on morning rides usually in the fog in Autumn/Winter. They are ok for about 25km and seem to let the fog/mist in after that. They are very thin and even with thick socks my feet are numb by the time I get home. On the plus side, they are very easy to put on and fit very well. 05 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Piedi caldi Li ho provati oggi, devo dire che subito mi sono sembrati molto leggeri, invece mi sono dovuto ricredere. Ho fatto il mio solito giro in bici e quando sono rientrato i piedi erano caldi, cosa che prima non accadeva, naturalmente era solo una giornata fredda. Con la pioggia non so come si comportano. 16 February 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good even for winter, but do not withstand too much walking Bought these in preparation for some winter rides. Used them on two full day rides so far, one at -6 celcius and another and -20 celcius. These performed great in terms of keeping my toes (and feet overall) warm. But when the conditions reqire that you go on foot, here's where the problem starts. If you walk in snow, the "noses" of overshoes goes up and you go around with two fancy cocked toetips. In order to move them where they belong, you usually need to undo the velcros first (or you need to pull the "noses" with full force). I believe the above problem wih walking is usual for any overshoes if walking in snow: you push your foot downwards, overshoes noses rub the snow and go up. If you don't walk a lot when riding, these overshoes will do just great! 31 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great for early winter Favourite overshoes by far in terms of breathability - fit is good too. 29 November 2011
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