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Endura MT500 OverShoes

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Description

Better than plastic garbage bags.

We've all been there -- cold wet days on trail wondering how long it will be before our feet warm up and finally thaw. Few things can ruin a ride faster than frozen digits, be they on your hands or feet. The Endura MT500 MTB Overshoe helps make those days a distant, albeit unpleasant, memory.

Nylon coated Neoprene forms the basis of this MTB specific overshoe. The watertight Neoprene runs the entire length of the shoe, even meeting inside the zipper to improve impermeability. An abrasion resistant molded rubber toecap protects the end of the overshoe and forms a treaded sole on the bottom, providing traction on slippery, off-the-bike climbs. Kevlar coating on the sole will keep these shoes in prime condition year after year. Full-length zipper down the back provides easy entry. Zipper seams are fully sealed and a locking zipper pull stays in place. Heavy-duty Velcro tab across the top of the zipper provides a secure fit over tights and reflective taping adds visibility.

The Endura MT500 MTB Overshoe is available in Small through XLarge.

Tech Specs

Material:
nylon-faced neoprene
Closure:
rear zipper with hook and loop tabs
Sole:
rubber
Recommended Use:
cold-weather riding
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 Year

Size chart

Endura

Accessories

Endura Accessories
Socks / Booties
SMLXL
US Shoe Size5.5-6.57.5-8.59-10.511-12
Euro Shoe Size37-3940-4243-4546-48
Gloves
SMLXLXXL
Hand Circumference6-7in
(15.2-17.8cm)
7-8in
(17.8-20.3cm)
8-9in
(20.3-22.9cm)
9-10in
(22.9-25.4cm)
11-11in
(27.9-27.9cm)
How to Measure:
For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
Gloves:
Measure around your hand at the widest point excluding the thumb.

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5 5

Like a glove!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I'm a solid size 11 and these fit nice. I love using these for cycling and snowshoeing and they work great.

5 5

Heavy duty

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I picked up a pair of these last week, and have worn them for riding and commuting in 20-45 degree weather. Overall, I'm very impressed with the quality of the overshoes, especially the rubberized toe. They're not the lightest, and their weight can definitely be felt turning the pedals. I'll keep a lighter pair for mild cold weather riding, but these are going to be my go-to pair for commuting, Mountain biking and bad-conditions riding. I expect them to last years, instead of months like most toe and shoe covers.

As others have said, the stops at the top of the zipper are not equal to the quality of the rest of the bootie. I stopped by a local store that does zipper repairs and had them crimp on heavier metal stops. Easy fix, minimal extra cost.

UPDATE: 2 years later, these are still going strong. Too frequently, shoe covers are nearly disposable, these will last.

I'm looking for the best cycling shoe cover...

Posted on

I'm looking for the best cycling shoe cover for wet weather riding. I live is Seattle, where is rains a good amount, so need something that is durable, and near completely weatherproof. and suggestions?

Best Answer Responded on

I live in Seattle, too, and commute from Seward Park to Georgetown. I have the standard Endura shoe cover ($39.95) and wore them last winter November through April. About 800 miles. They replaced a pair of Pearl Izumi AmFib shoe covers.

The Endura is about as waterproof as anything I've used. The covers are seam-sealed and the zips let in very little to no water. I wear the PI Pro Barrier WXB pants with the cuffs zipped over the tops of the Endura so the tops are tightly sealed. The Endura's soles are very durable and show no wear at all. Little, if any, water gets through the cover soles (I tape the vent holes in the bottoms of my cleated road shoes). The Endura is VERY snug fitting which I think is great. No fabric flapping around or rubbing against the crank arms. Makes a great fit under the rain pants. They dry quickly.

But, there's a bit of learning curve getting them on and off. I've learned to pull them on like a pair of tight gloves and literally peel them off. Also, the outer layer of neoprene can be cut or snagged. I've made minor repairs with a small drop of Super Glue, then pressing the edges together until the glue sets.

I've started wearing them again this week and they're just as good as they were when I last wore them in April. And this winter is supposed to be as wet as last winter. Try them. I think you'll like them a lot.

3 5

Not kidding about the zippers

These could be the perfect MTB bootie. The sole is awesome and seems super rugged. Great grip in the snow from the rubber toe area and the rear seemed to provide enough of an opening for the treads from my shoes to poke through w/o issue.

They seemed to do a pretty good job at insulation. Probably still not enough to keep my toes alive with my summer shoes and a pair of SmartWool PhD socks underneath w/o chemical warmers once it got much below 20F, but I think I'm going to have to break down and get a set of dedicated winter shoes to accomplish that.

They were true to size, were very easy to get on and off, and stayed put once on. They don't seem to get in the way of cleat engagement w/ SPDs. No snow or mud intrusion and kept my feet dry through large amounts of snow and mud and a couple of creek crossings.

Unfortunately the zipper pulled past the stop as I was putting them on for my second ride in them and my LBS was talking 2-3 weeks for a replacement pair so I wound up exchanging them for a pair of PI Barrier MTB booties. I don't think I like them quite as much as the Enduras (short of the crappy zipper stops).

I'd probably go w/ a set of these over the Pearl Izumi ones if you can be really careful when you're zipping them up.

5 5

Awesome but watch the zipper..

These things are made as if you were about to traverse the alps! Gone riding in wet weather below freezing without the slightest chill. Beautifully made, far better than Pearl Izumi barrier covers that I have tried in the past. Zipper vs Velcro up the back is much tighter and seals out the cold. But, there seems to be a defect with the zipper stop and one the zippers has fallen off. I am now in contact with Endura for a manufactuer defect and exchange.

Responded on

Despite the zipper, were they hard to pull on and off your MTB shoes?

Responded on

No, there were not terribly difficult to put on and remove. But seriously watch the zipper on these things. You can pull it right off without trying. If the metal stop link at the top falls off the cover is toast. The guys at HucknRoll were great with the return as Endura would not honor their warranty as it was sold via a retailer or something. Not happy with their response as I am a fan of their gear :-/.