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  • SealSkinz Lightweight Waterproof Overshoe 2014
  • SealSkinz Lightweight Waterproof Overshoe 2014
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  • Ideal for road cycling and mountain biking
  • Ideal for commuter use over everyday shoes – also light, soft and easy to roll up and carry
  • Waterproof material
  • Fleece lined
  • Open under foot with strong and long adjustable Velcro straps under arch (Ideal for outdoor ice skating too!)
  • Close fitting with silicone leg gripper to help keep water out
  • Storm flap inside zip for added water protection
  • Easy pull-on loop
  • Kevlar® toe for abrasion resistance
  • Adjustable Velcro ankle tab
  • YKK brand reflective zipper
  • Colour: Black
  • Clothing Size: XL, M, L
  • Gender: Unisex
  • AgeGroup: Adult
 
Rated 3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Stay warm and dry. I have used my Seal Skins for about 3 months now and, they're great. A friend recommended them to me They do keep your feet warm and dry. Obviously there is only so much they can take, if you're cycling through deep puddles then it will get through from underneath but, that would happen with all over shoes. But as for splashing through the woods and being out in the rain they're perfect The only problem I had was, I bought a size Large and my shoe size is 11, it's a struggle to get them on. If you're a size 10+ then you will need a pair of XL. Apart from that they're brilliant. 10 March 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by So far so good on road and off. Ok so I've been using these overshoes for the best part of 6 months, I've used them both on road and off. They have kept my feet dryer than without, but I've found that spray enters from the bottom when cycling through deeper puddles (I'm sure it is an inherent problem with all overshoes of this design). This issue aside, there has been a massive improvement to warmth, and dryness with use. They have fitted over my EU size 47 Shimano MO88's nicely, but where the ratchet strap is, I've scuffed them. The outer coating seems a little on the thin side, and the hard ratchet had caused them to scuff on works compressed cork flooring when putting them on. I've so far been pleased with them, there has been a noticeable improvement in comfort since using them on cold wet days. I'm careful with all my gear, these overshoes included. I'm currently hitting the local trails / singletracks with them, so lets see how well they last off road. I'll update on how they last me. 30 January 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Road use not MTB unless you never put your feet down Seem to be well enough made but really not up to MTB use. Returned and got my usual endura ones which tend to sat two or three winters 23 September 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Looked great but only lasted about a week Out of the bag the sealskinz overshoes looked great and seemed like they were of a decent quality. Unfortunately they only lasted two 30km spins on the road and began to tear in the same spot on both shoes. I sized them correctly according to my shoe size which left me with a neat comfortable fit. I got a large for my 44 spiuk mtb shoes which is what was recommended but maybe a size up might have helped. When pulling over my shoe the zip was difficult to close and took a few goes to zip up While they looked like a great fit the material which looks quite delicate is definitely under stress and while mine tore on the outside of both shoes there is also evidence of damage elsewhere. I was using them with shimano m324 caged spd pedals and did no walking bar to get on the bike so I can only assume that a combination of the pedal and the very delicate material of the overshoe is at fault so bear this in mind. I've just ordered a set of m785 pedals before I get a replacement pair of overshoes, which will not be sealskinz I might add. Overshoes should be made out of a robust material, regarless of style of cycling and there is absolutely no way you could even dream of using these off road for mtbing. Change the fabric and these would definitely make a great overshoe. Fortunately for me when I explained the early failing of the shoes to chainreaction they refunded me immediately. This type of excellent customer care has to be applauded... Back to the drawing board for me 21 September 2013
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