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Louis Garneau XTR2 Shoe Covers

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You could wear rubber boots when the dark clouds come rolling in, but your feet would be just as wet from perspiration as they would be if you’d worn your regular bike shoes. The Louis Garneau XTR2 Shoe Covers find a sweet spot between wind- and water-resistance and breathability. The rear hook-and-loop closure makes getting the XTR2 on and off a breeze, and the reflective logo increases your visibility when it gets dark and stormy.

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Recommended Use:
cold weather cycling

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Zipper broke

    The fit on these was snug, and I tried to zip them up but the zipper bent and came off the track.


    Zipper broke

      So these looked like solid shoe covers and i think they would have been if it werent for the fact that the first time i tried to put them on the zipper riped off one of them. I hope this was jsut a fluke occurancy but i had to return them.

      Responded on

      sturmblm, sounds like a fluke, but have no fear is here! We got your back, like a solid lead out in a sprint. Return away.

      Responded on

      Ditto here, broken zipper on the 1st. use. in looking at it the zipper is made very cheap.

      Responded on

      got apair went on a 1.5 hr ride in 29 degree, wind chill18, bright sun, and the last half hr my toes were num

      Will this fit an MTB shoe?

      Will this fit an MTB shoe?

      Responded on

      Yes. It will fit both road and mountain, but this is the cover I suggest for mtb shoes. I like the Wind Dry SL from Garneau for a road shoe.