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Gore Bike Wear Road SO Thermo OverShoes

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Item # GBW3198

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Description

A breathable WindStopper.

While some retreat to indoor trainers or skinny skis during the off season, there's a select bunch of die hard riders that won't give up two wheels and fresh air. For that frosty contingent, Gore Bike Wear offers the Road SO Thermo OverShoes. Not only do these shoe covers offer wind protection, they have thermal properties to keep you comfortably spinning pedals in sub-freezing temps.

A thermal lining retains heat for comfort, and it also pulls perspiration from your socks to help prevent clamminess against the skin. From there, moisture is pushed to through the WindStopper membrane where it's quickly evaporated. The beauty of WindStopper is its unique ability to allow perspiration to escape while stopping cold wind in its tracks. This combination of warmth and wind resistance gives you the ability to use highly breathable, summer-optimized shoes in the dead of winter.

For durability, Gore equips the Road SO Thermo Overshoe with abrasion resistant materials in key areas such as the pedal/sole interface and along the toebox. A rear entry zip make pulling these Overshoes on struggle free, and a hook-and-loop ankle strap ensures you can lock the weather out. As a winter layer, Gore hits the Road SO Thermo Overshoe with plenty of reflective elements for low light safety.

The Gore Bike Wear Road SO Thermo OverShoe comes in five sizes; Small through X-Large and two colors; either Neon Yellow or Black.

Tech Specs

Material:
[shell] polyester, 8% elastane 92% polyester, [fabric] 55% polyamide, 35% polyurethane, 10% Kevlar, [lining] polyester, [membrane] WindStopper
Closure:
zipper
Recommended Use:
cycling, training, racing

Size chart

GORE Bike Wear

Socks, Booties & Shoe Covers
S M L XL
US Men Shoe Size 4.5 - 6 7 - 8 8.5 - 10.5 11 - 12.5
US Women Shoe Size 6 - 7.5 8.5 - 9.5 10 - 12 -
EU Shoe Size 36 - 38 39 - 41 42 - 44 45 - 47

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Are these waterproof?

Posted on

Are these waterproof?

Best Answer Responded on

These are not waterproof but quick drying and water-resistant.

On a side note I suggest you changing your profile name to something other than your email address. This is a public forum and putting personal info out there is as dangerous as leaving your cellphone and wallet out on a bus seat.

Responded on

Great Question

These booties are highly water resistant and windproof Windstopper(R). They are not considered waterproof because they are not seam tapped, but the Windstopper membrane is in essence waterproof. Be confident that with the windstopper membrane and the DWR finish these will keep you warm and dry in all but the wettest conditions!

I am the Gore rep so feel free to reach out if you have any other questions on these.

5 5

Very warm

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These are the warmest shoe covers I've used, and I have a bunch. The Large is marked for sizes 42-44 and fit my 43 shoe snugly. They are hi-vis yellow/green

4 5

Great/Warm Shoe covers

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

These were great on my feet. Kept them nice, warm and cozy. They fit great over my shoes and they're easy to get on. Glad I bought them for the coming cold months!

4 5

Finally!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

These are quite toasty. I road 75 miles in upper 30s/low 40s and my toes/feet never felt cold. I had to return the first pair as they were too large. I had ordered them a size up. Don't!

4 5

Get through the cold months!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

My feet get cold in anything below 40 degrees. These shoe covers are the heaviest I have seen out there. I did a 43 mile ride in 23 degrees and although my feet got cold I was able to finish the ride. Any other shoe covers I would have had to cut the ride short. I have used them for a dozen or so rides and so far I am please with the performance. These covers run large, I had to return them twice because they are huge. Wound up with two sizes smaller than my shoe size. Return process was very easy and Backcountry gives you a UPS label, return shipping is free.

5 5

Toasty...

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have been using these for the past several winters and I have to say hands down they are the best!! They keep your feet really warm down to temps close to freezing (I usually am not out in temps below 32 degrees), but 32 and to about 45 degrees, I am using these!!

5 5

Amazing

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Wore them once so far in 20-30 mph winds and 40 degree temps for 18 miles without sun, my feet sweated wearing usual thin cycling socks. Also had on knee warmers and regular shorts to really test these as stand alone items. Quite satisfied, can't wait to take some colder rides knowing I'll have toasty feet. Construction is quite burly and substantial like Booey's teeth, will have these for years to come. Sizing - my shoes are a 10.6 and the 9-10.5 size fit perfectly without stretching. 11-13 was way too big, had to return it.

can these go over street shoes too?

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can these go over street shoes too?

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I see no reason why you couldn't wear them with street shoes... as long as your street shoes aren't too much bigger then a standard pair of bicycling shoes.

5 5

Burly Shoe Cover

GORE was not messing around with this one. These are made for the coldest winter rides only - take these out on an early spring spin and your feet will be roasting.

But when the temps hit the 20s and below, these are one hell of an asset. Wind does not get through and interior insulation is left to do its job of keeping those pedaling digits toasty warm.

Reflective details are a nice touch, you can never be too visible on the road.

Responded on

Ben - I just ordered these after trying the Road SO OverShoes (non-Thermal version). The non-thermo version was inadequate in upper 20s/low 30s. My feet were very cold (much more than expected or that I had experienced with an older PIzumi pair. I am returning them and looking forward to trying these out. I hop e your review is spot on so my feet will be toasty!

Responded on

David,

Report back and let us know how they work for you!

Happy riding,

Ben

Do you make any Gore shoe covers for...

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Do you make any Gore shoe covers for runners?

5 5

Fat Tire Snowbiking

Purchased these for fat tire snowbiking and snowshoe racing. I only used the booties in one 24K Snowbike race (Noquemanon) so far, but I have only good things to report. I wear size 12 shoe and I bought the Gore booties for 13.5 to 15. They fit my shoe perfect. Temperature at race time was about 15 degrees and my feet stayed toasty warm from start to finish.

5 5

Great bootie

Calls for a pair of wool socks in sub-freezing temps

5 5

Warm and toasty feet.

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

Spend the extra $30 and buy these instead of the cheaper Gore Bike Wear Road Shoes Covers. These are super warm. They keep my feet toasty on 3 hour rides at 45 F. They both have the usual quality construction you expect (and pay for) when buying Gore, but these are much warmer.