Freezing Never Felt So Comfortable
Conquer the cold weather with gear that keeps you warm and dry all ride long. The Endura Freezing Point Overshoe II is the next-generation ultimate cold-weather riding overshoe. Rigorously tested in the depths of Scottish winter to give you the confidence to get out on your bike without having to worry about losing all feeling in your toes.
Smooth neoprene outer face creates a surface that water naturally runs off, while a thick brushed internal face fabric provides warmth and comfort. A durable sole with cleat access points stitched with a bulletproof aramid thread that extends the lifespan of our product beyond more flimsy alternatives on the market.
Comfort was a key consideration when updating the Freezing Point II. To improve pedaling comfort, the off-set the rear zip moves away from the flex point behind your ankle to reduce the chance of it digging in.
- Fleece lined neoprene construction
- High cut design for extra protection
- Raw edge neoprene with inner silicone strip
- Offset rear zip with snap-down puller and zip guard
- Hard wearing aramid sole and stitching using aramid thread
- Crank rub protection print
- Reflective details
B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.
Black - Small
Mfg PartNum: E1271BK/3
Black - Medium
Mfg PartNum: E1271BK/4
Black - Large
Mfg PartNum: E1271BK/5
Black - X-Large
Mfg PartNum: E1271BK/6
I bought these booties and hoped to wear them over my Shimano RX8 MTB shoes which have aggressive lugs on the sole. I like the quality of the booties, But when I first tried them on, I could not clear get the rear cut-out to clear the heel lugs. I was initially disappointed, knowing that the next size up would be too big. Before I gave up and pursued a return, I decided to see if they would stretch. I wrestled them on the shoes without me wearing my feet in them, and left them alone over night. I took them them off the shoe after about 12 hours and put them back on while wearing the shoes and they were much easier to put on. It still takes some work to get over the lugs because they catch, but I'll be fine and road shoes should have no problem.