Let’s get real; toe covers are a great way to deal with cold weather. They can be pulled over the toe of most cycling shoes and left on for the whole winter, and people do more miles on 45–degree days than they do on 25–degree days (even in Canada). Pearl Izumi’s toe cover use their AmFib softshell fabric to keep out the wind and rain. The band has been positioned to sit behind toe spikes so that they will work with road or mountain shoes. Kevlar on the underside increases durability while the hook and loop closure makes the fit adjustable and the mounting quick.
Features & Specs:
- AmFIB® Softshell provides superior wind and water protection.
- Innovative power–band secures front of shoe cover under toes.
- Kevlar® bottom with hook and loop closure allows easy on and off.
- BioViz® reflective elements for low–light visibility.
- For road or mountain bike shoes.
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by Michael B.
Well made and effective down to 35 degrees
I use these toe covers for both road and gravel rides down to about 35 degrees. Over 50 degrees, my toes get noticeably warm with them. They fit well over my size 46 road and 47 mountain bike shoes. The kevlar added to the bottoms has thus far eliminated wear. The velcro strap over the elastic closure does not help much with the fit, but I imagine it helps reduce some of the wear on the elastic.
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