Velotoze Tall Shoe Cover
VeloToze Tall Shoe Covers are designed for when the weather takes a turn for the worst. These overshoes are waterproof, windproof and extremely lightweight, they also fit very close around your shoe, making them a very good aerodynamic option.
You may have experienced water coming in through the top of other shoe covers around the ankle area. veloToze are designed to fit very snug, forming a tight seal around the ankle, this makes it very hard for water to penetrate this, usually, vulnerable area.
The material used in the construction of veloToze shoe covers is not only windproof but it is also extremely lightweight and flexible making them easy to stuff into your jersey pockets when they're not needed.
Time Trialists will love the simple and close-fitting design as this will reduce the aerodynamic drag typically produced by footwear, veloToze shoe covers smooth the airflow around your feet providing you with those marginal gains.
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Please note: Due to the shoe cover's lightweight construction we recommend veloToze for high performance, race day activity only. Care must be taken when fitting the shoe covers, shoe buckles can damage the latex.
- Waterproof: designed to form a tight seal with your calf, to keep your feet and shoes dry
- Windproof: windproof materials keep your feet warm even on cold morning or winter rides
- Lightweight: made of a flexible, lightweight material that doesn’t retain water when wet
- No zippers or velcro straps : innovative design flexes over your shoe, so there are no vulnerability points, like zippers or velcro
- Aerodynamic: smooth, flexible material creates a form-fitting design
- Compact: easily fits in jersey pocket or saddle bag
- Due to the shoe cover's lightweight construction we recommend veloToze for high performance, race day activity only
- Care must be taken when fitting the shoe covers, shoe buckles can damage the latex
How do I put them on?
- Put on sock
- Place foot through ankle hole, then large cleat hole to pull on shoe cover
- Then put on shoe. Warning: Shoe cover may tear if you do not FIRST put on shoe cover, then shoe
- Pull cover over heel of shoe FIRST, then toe
- Ensure no part of shoe covers are over cleats or heel pad. Pull shoe cover off of cleats and heel pad if necessary
- To remove, follow instructions in reverse order. To make it easier to put them on the next time, add baby powder to inside of shoe covers after wearing