Sugoi Firewall Booties $64.95
Four season cycling.
When it's cold on the bike, your hands and feet are sure to suffer first. After grabbing a pair of Sugoi's SubZero gloves, warm your feet with the Firewall Bootie.
The booties were constructed from Firewall 220 fabric. This is a 3-layer softshell fabric comprised of a knit fabric with a breathable polyurethane membrane. The fabric gives full range of motion, which means your ankles still flex. The material is also thick enough to prevent the booties from sliding down your ankles.
The dual-action of wicking and breathability from the inside, combined with wind and water resistance on the outside protects you in the coldest winters. The Firewall Booties were designed with a horizontal side zipper making them easy to don and remove. This also allows for easily accessible shoe buckles for adjustments during rides.
The Sugoi Firewall Booties are available in sizes Small through X-Large in Black.
- How to Measure:
- For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
- Measure around your hand at the widest point excluding the thumb.
What community has to say
Toasty Warm In Frigid Cold
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
My first opportunity to wear these was a real toe saver. With temps in the single digits they kept my toes nice and toasty on my daily 10 mile commute here to the Backcountry office. They're easy to slip on zip and the velcro ankles help to keep it tight allowing no cold to seep in.
I'm using these on a pair of mountain bike shoes in size 12 and found that the large just barely works. They'll be great for roadies and the price can't be beat.