Michaelwrote a review of Louis Garneau Neo Protect II Shoe Covers on October 25, 2016
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This show cover is the easiest one I've tried to put on. Realistically, you sometimes put on a shoe cover sometimes as the thunderstorm is hitting and you do not have a lot of time to put it on along with all of your other storm gear. Other products have failed me miserably in that regard. I was still fiddling while getting drenched. These covers also keep me dry and warm. I've used them in wet snow and they didn't even ice up very much. That's helpful. One drawback, like I've seen with many others that friends wore, is the front piece. You'll spend a bit of time walking on surfaces, usually wet, with these on. The front came apart quickly, and soon became useless in holding the cover one. Although we should only wear them while attached or on top of pedals, you still need to stop, put your foot down, and push off from pavement, gravel, and the like. The thin material there needs beefing up to withstand this high wear point. I wear a size 46 cycling shoe and got the XL size. They work well for fit.