CastelliPioggia 3 Shoe Covers
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Item # CST2484
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October 30, 2018
They Don't Work
- Runs small
- Size Bought
I've tried a few of Castellis shoe covers, including these. All I ever get is wet feet. Rain resistant or waterproof, they don't work.
November 21, 2015
Light and effective but fragile
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Runs small
These fit well, but go a size up so you don't tear them trying to get them on. Light and effective in wet Pacific Northwest Fall conditions, but wouldn't use them in heavy downpour. Sadly they are not durable. Had a tear on inside heel after second use from contact with bike crank while riding.
November 18, 2015
Great if used correctly
Pioggia means "rain" in Italian. These mid-weight, water-resistant booties are designed for riding in wet weather from 60° F down to the upper 40s. PROS: Waterproof polyurethane coated material. High quality YKK waterproof zipper on the side (not up the back). Zipper garage (nice). No cut-out for the heal pad (they did this on purpose to help keep the rain out). Great looks. 4 tips for use: (1) Tape up any vent holes on the bottom of your shoes to prevent wheel spray ingress. (2) Wear these with a quality wool sock. (3) Add toe covers underneath for more thermal protection if desired. (4) If riding on wet roads or in rain, zip your bibtight cuffs OVER these booties to direct rain/water over the booties and away. I don't get the terrible reviews below. Yes, these run small. It's Italian sizing. Size up +1, per usual with Castelli. And yes, the waterproof material is a little delicate and will rip if you are not careful. My old Pearl Izumi WxB booties did this also. So put these on carefully and size properly! Sizing: I wear a 45 in Sidi and Shimano. The XL here fit my shoes well (snug). If you wear a 46+, you need the XXLs.
December 7, 2013
Low Cost, Low Quality
The fabric is pretty flimsy. I tore is slightly just putting it on. Also, size up one size. I ordered a large, and they are impossible to get on. They don't have a heal cut out, but that really isn't a selling point for me. If you are short on money and need something to get you through the 35+ degree F days, this would be a good option.
Adam Ryan Warrix
August 26, 2013
- I've used it several times
Found these to be good for damp, drizzly days. Fairly easy to get on/off. Lack of a heel cutout doesn't bother me, my pair seem to be holding up well. Have yet to use them in a downpour.
January 7, 2013
Missing Heel Cutouts
I want to like these covers but the missing heel cutout is a deal breaker. I've only used it once and already the bottom part is showing wear and tear. At this rate it won't last more than a month. Also, it fit awkwardly around my left cleat, making it hard for me to snap into my pedal. I'm returning it and buying something else.