Thermal Pro Shoe Covers
If you're the most warmth for your feet in the harshest of conditions, then look no further than the Louis Garneau Thermal Pro Shoe Covers. Garneau's warmest shoe cover to date, these provides 360-degrees of customizable protection from the worst winter can offer. The seam-sealed 2mm neoprene outer with a fleece-lined inner ensure maximized warmth and dry protection, while a customizable undersole prevents anything from seeping up from below. Plus, easy-to-use, wide openings with waterproof zips and covered zipper garages further prevent rain, sleet, and snow at bay.
- LG's warmest, most protective shoe covers for winter riding
- Waterproof, breathable construction keeps moisture out
- Seam-sealed neoprene has fleece lining for warm, active comfort
- Waterproof zippers with covered garages round out protection
- Item #LGN00L4
- [body] Neoprene (2mm), [lining] fleece
- rubber with cleat guide
- non-lugged shoes
- Recommended Use
- road cycling
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
2.5 based on 3 ratings
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March 31, 2022
do not buy this product. I wear a size 42 shoe which is a smallish medium. Twice when I tried to buy this cover it did not have a rubber bottom. I finally got a large size with the correct sole but even though I wear that 42 the large would not go on my shoe.
Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com
November 16, 2021
Very warm and unbelievably affordable
- I've used it several times
I'm very pleased with these the cut out fits my SPD road cleats perfectly and these fit over the boa dial very well. First time my feet have been comfortable in 20F temp road rides
February 28, 2021
Look Good but couldn't get them on
- I returned this product before using it
- Size Bought:
Ordered the size recommended for the shoe size . Could not get them on. Was afraid to force it on so had to send it back. Maybe if I would have cut the cleat hole out first it would have worked but I didn't want to take the chance.
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