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Campagnolo Sportswear Neoprene Overshoes $0.00
Give your feet some love.
During a cold ride your feet are the first to freeze, protect them from the cold with the Campagnolo Neoprene Overshoes. Sealed seams and 2.5mm thick neoprene makes the Campy Overshoes waterproof and warm. The Overshoes have a rear zipper for easy on and off, as well as a reflective strip to keep you visible to drivers at dusk.
|US Men's Shoe Size||5-7||7.5-8||8.5-9||10.5-11.5||12-13|
|US Women's Shoe Size||6.5-8.5||9-9.5||10-10.5||12-13|
|EU Sock Size||37-39||40-41||42-43||44-45||46-48|
- How to Measure:
- Use your shoe size to select the correct size of sock.
What community has to say
So Far So Good
I bought this for moderately cold days and I've only worn them down to 38 degrees so far. I have to say that they are warmer than I thought they would be. I worn them with only one pair of wool socks and my toes have stayed warm over long rides. The covers look a lot better in person than they do in the picture. They are not buly like the Gore covers that I have. I look forward to seeing how they perform below 38 degree. This is worth buying.
First off, I've only used these once on a moderately chilly day (by Nashville standards) and second, I'd classify myself as a fifty-something who doesn't race but rides hard.
I wear a 44 shoe, so I contacted Real Cyclist per sizing and they recommended the XL. Glad I listened! The Campis fit nice and snug without being too much of a pain to put on.
Quality is good, and the zipper appears heavy-duty enough to withstand the rigors of cold-weather cycling. The thickness of the neoprene seems a bit thinner than the last brand I had (Performance) but I'm talking less than 1/16".
They're stylish and should do the trick for me this winter per keeping the toes warm. Besides, the price is killer!
How do you choose a size for these? If I...
How do you choose a size for these? If I wear a size 44 (US 10.5) or so, and my bigger shoes are more like mtn bike shoes, would I want a L or XL choice here?