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Assos
Assosoires GT Ultraz Winter Bootie

1 out of 5 stars
1 Review
$120.00
Color:BlackSeries

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Why We Like The ASSOS Assosoires GT Ultraz Winter Bootie

Winter training rides may require extra layers, but that doesn't mean we don't want an aerodynamic advantage, so we pull the ASSOS Assosoires GT Ultraz Winter Bootie over our shoes to keep us warm and riding fast. Its 3-layer softshell offers increased breathability and superior thermal protection, while DWR treatment on the outer layer further protects us from the elements.


Details

  • Aerodynamic booties for winter riding warmth
  • ThermoShell 3-layer softshell offers breathable thermal protection
  • Dual-layer twinDeck textile offers maximum insulation
  • DWR treatment offers extra protection against the elements
  • zeroCuff delivers a smooth transition between legs and fabric
  • Item #AASZ046
Material
[body] 100% polyester, [inner] 52% polyester, 34% nylon, 14% elastene
Closure
zip
Sole
[outer] ThermoShell, [bottom] sportGrip
Manufacturer Warranty
limited
Activity
cycling, winter, road, gravel

Overall Rating

1 based on 1 ratings

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1 out of 5 stars

November 11, 2023

Doesn’t offer protection from rain

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Thermal winter shoe covers should provide wind and water resistance. These booties aren’t water resistant. Isn’t that what protection against the elements means?

Yvonne A
Backcountry.com

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com