Endura MT500 Overshoe
Endura were among the first to employ neoprene in bike overshoes. A core stalwart of our collection, the MT500 Overshoe has been a best-seller for many years. Here in Scotland, we know a thing or two about foul weather gear and this latest evolution of our waterproof durable mountain bike overshoe is the result of years of testing in the worst possible conditions. Endura's unique molded rubber toe cap with a treaded underside provides grip when climbing steep and muddy slopes.</p><p>The stand out feature of Endura's MT500 Overshoe, and the one that sets it apart from the rest of the competition, is the molded rubber toe cap. This has been totally revamped with improved tread on the underside that gives you plenty of grip on steep, muddy slopes and also includes additional reinforced areas that improve the durability of the overshoe.</p><p>Neoprene is the perfect material to construct overshoes from. Not only does it provide water and wind protection but it also adds an insulate layer over your foot. This keeps your circulation going allowing you to ride for longer in comfort, whatever the weather.
So confident are we in this product that, if you are not entirely satisfied with it then we offer a no-quibble refund or replacement policy within 90 days of purchase.
- 85% neoprene, 10% rubber, 5% nylon
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
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December 14, 2022
Nearly impossible to get over shoe
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Size Bought:
- 6' 72"
Hello. Looks like a sturdy and well designed overshoe. The big problem I found was that it is nearly impossible to pull over a MTB Shoe. The way the zipper is designed makes it very difficult to pull over and to line up the openings with cleats. I can see it can be done, but will take several minutes. Maybe I am missing something, but big thumbs down on this design.
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