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Zap Bootie

3 out of 5 stars
1 Review

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Zap Bootie

Whether you happen to live in the ever-rainy Pacific North West, or just get hit with wet training seasons that require a little extra coverage, and Sugoi's Zap Booties are up for the task. They are built with fully seam-sealed polyester to keep the showers out, and your toes dry, and are packed with reflective properties thanks to Sugoi's Zap technology that combines large reflective panels with pixelated fabric for 360-degree visibility. The bottom of the booties use two stretchy straps to secure to your sole, while allowing plenty of room for your cleats, while a tall cuff covers your tights to prevent an icy gap between shoes and tights.


  • Ultra-bright booties for total rain coverage
  • Waterproof fabric keeps storms at bay
  • Fully sealed seams don't let water sneak in
  • Hook-and-loop closure at top secures a snug fit
  • Tall cuff covers your tights for a gap-free setup
  • Zap reflective treatment offers 360-degree visibility
  • Item #SUG00FF
[face fabric] 100% polyester
Recommended Use
commuting, cross-country, road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
30 days

Overall Rating

3 based on 1 ratings

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3 out of 5 stars

March 21, 2022

just ok

I've used it several times

the bootie works ok but is not very durable. I have ridden in them a dozen times and have quite a few holes in them. Another thing is the angled velcro closure is a pain in the #$%% and doesn't line up easily . If it was in the rear it would be more functional.

Andrew L

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com