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Endura Luminite OverShoes $0.00
Luminite for your shoes.
Tired of fighting heavy, stiff shoe covers, designed for extreme cold winter riding, when you just want to slip out for a ride and the weather threatens some light rain, but not freezing temperatures? The Endura Luminite Shoe Covers are just the thing when you want to keep your feet dry, and that simple accomplishment would be the key to keeping them warm.
The Luminite Shoe Covers are super easy to get on for two reasons -- they're stretchy and they feature a heel that opens as well as having a full length velcro closure up the back. The stretchy waterproof fabric has durable flatlock seams that are fully sealed on the inside to ensure that no moisture gets through. And we know exactly how much abuse shoe covers like these take in the course of a winter season, so we like that the bottom portions are made from a tough, stretchy Kevlar fabric.
Endura's Luminite Shoe Covers are Black and come in five sizes from Small to XX-Large. They'll fit over cycling shoes of all types, both road and mountain. And as the name might suggest, they have an abundance of Scotchlite reflective material so you'll have a 360-degree field of visibility.
|Socks / Booties|
|US Shoe Size||5.5-6.5||7.5-8.5||9-10.5||11-12|
|Euro Shoe Size||37-39||40-42||43-45||46-48|
- How to Measure:
- For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
- Measure around your hand at the widest point excluding the thumb.
What community has to say
confucius say, warm feet, cool head
These rock! Just used them in an enduro race in an all day rain. My feet were dry and warm at the end of the day, wish I could say the same about my drivetrain.
Got quite a bit of use out of these last winter. Relatively easy to get on. I wind up redoing the rear velco at least once to try and line it up properly. Maybe I am just being anal. They do a good job against rain, and a decent job of keep ing feet warm. Of course, when the temps dip into the mid 30s, I grab my winter shoes.