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Louis Garneau H2O Extreme Shoe Cover

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Item # LGN0957

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Item # LGN0957


Tech Specs

[outer] neoprene (3mm), PU coating, [lining] fleece, [sole] Kevlar®
road cycling shoes
Recommended Use:
cold-weather cycling
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

Size chart

Louis Garneau


Sizing Chart


Compression Socks
US Men's shoe
5-6 7-8 9-10 11-12 13-14    
US Women's shoe
6-7 8-9 10-11 12-13 14-15    
Euro shoe size 37-38 39-41 42-44 45-46 47-48    
Calf circumference 12.6-13.8in
Euro shoe size 36-38 39-41 41.5-43 43.5-45 45.5-50 36-43 44-50
Unisex Socks
US Men's shoe
5-8 7-10 9-13        
US Women's shoe
6-9 8-11 10-14        
Euro shoe size 36-41 40-44 42-48        
Women Specific
US shoe size 5-7 8-10          
Euro shoe size 35-39 40-42          
How to Measure:
For best results, take measurements over your underwear.

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4 5

Not a bad shoe cover!

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

I ordered 3 pairs of cycling shoe covers from the BC crew to compare and contrast, a set of Izumi's, a pair of Giordanas, and these from Louis Garneau.

My application is mostly winter time riding, either some gravel grinding in the spring/fall or groomed snow trails on a fat tire bike.

Interestingly enough, the most expensive (Pearl Izumi's) were filled with prima loft and were nice but not quite what I had hoped for. I wasn't crazy about their "power band" which was a strap under the toe. Seemed inadquate to me, especially for 100 bucks. The Giordana Nordic AV model was about the same price as these, but honestly was a mediocre shoe cover with limited insulation. The Garneau appeared the best of the bunch with a good dose of neoprene, and a heap of Velcro on the back side for synching up around your shoe/booties.

What I liked:
- Bottom side of the toe cover (Kevlar) actually covers your toe pretty well. Walking in these you MIGHT eventually wear through the material, but it's pretty burley.
- Zippers on cycling booties/shoe covers almost always seem to fail with regular use, or worse dig into the backside of your calf. These had heaps of super grippy Velcro on the backside to snug them up good.
- Under your arch Velcro strap. I liked this feature. Why in the hell don't more bootie companies do this?
- Nice height up your calf. These seemed to track quite a bit above a standard winter cycling shoe (I use a Sidi GTX) with a decent seal around the top.

These things are built so you can use them on the MTB, on the road, and as long as you don't need toe spike functionality, could probably work on a warm up of a cross race.

Through BC, these are only available in a large (probably a Men's 44-46) but so far they are pretty decent. You could spend more but I'm uncertain you're gonna get THAT much more in functionality.