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Endura Road OverShoes

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The Endura Road Overshoe is basically a wetsuit for you feet. An impenetrable layer of smooth Neoprene stretches easily over shoes and provides comfortable protection from winter's harshest elements.

From the Neoprene backed locking zipper to the abrasion resistant Kevlar -coated sole, every detail is geared toward making this overshoe a practical addition to your winter wardrobe. Heavy duty Velcro tab forms a snug custom fit across the top, keeping out any road spray. Waterproof taping on the bottom of the zipper is an added waterproof bonus. Reflective taping on the zipper and Scotchlite Endura logo increase visibility. The sole is compatible with Look, Time, SPD, and Speedplay cleats.

Quality, performance and price combine to make the Endura Overshoe a valuable price of apparel for years to come. Available in sizes Small though XLarge.

Tech Specs

hook-and-loop, zipper
road bikes
Recommended Use:
wet-weather cycling

Size chart



Endura Accessories
Socks / Booties
US Shoe Size5.5-6.57.5-8.59-10.511-12
Euro Shoe Size37-3940-4243-4546-48
Hand Circumference6-7in
How to Measure:
For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
Measure around your hand at the widest point excluding the thumb.

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Endura overshoe is an excellent value

  • Gender:Male
  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

Very well made, good sole coverage and durable walking surface. The neoprene material looks sleek and is completely waterproof. Excellent for my commuting use. Strong zipper, great reflective details for night riding. SIZING RUNS SMALL. I followed the chart for sizing recommendations and had to return them for the next size up. Even at that they aren't any too big. These will be great for winter commuting.


Poor Construction

    The shoe covers worked fine...for one bike ride!
    Second time I put them on the Zipper came off, and I wasn't even pulling on it very hard.
    I believe Endura may be having some quality control problems with their Chinese manufacturer.

    I had the same issues with the zippers. The small metal clips that act as zipper stops appear to have been too small or weak to withstand a firm pull up to the stop. I'm on my 3rd pair (first 2 failed at the zipper stops). The stops now appear to have been improved (larger and more aggressive) and have held up well all winter with nearly daily use in Seattle. I'm still wary about the stops and am now careful when zipping up. I've also sewn in a a few stitches around the metal stops to try to prevent them from popping off.

    Why do I stick with the Endura covers despite all this for the past 3 winters? For the money, they're a very good value. they've kept my feet as warm and dry as anything else I've tried (that includes covers costing 2 times as much). For $40 a pair, I can go through 2 pair before spending more than the most expensive covers I've tried (not that I'm advocating throw away covers). The neoprene is waterproof and the 3-way stretch Kevlar reinforced sole makes it easy to pull on and off as well providing a snug seal around the soles and cleats. They're not baggy/saggy and fit tight around the ankles or under the cuffs of rain paints. The neoprene is somewhat susceptible to small holes and tears suffered during daily use. A small drop of crazy glue will easily mend these. With a little care, my current Endura covers should last at least a couple more winters of hard use.