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Item # VLT0001

Tall Road Shoe Cover

When you're riding through cold, damp conditions, you suit up from head to toe for the conditions at hand. Let your feet join in on the comfort in the VeloToze Tall Road Shoe Covers. These latex booties conform to your shoe and ankle to seal out rain and snow without inhibiting your motion. Cutouts for your shoe's cleat and heel ensure that your grip on your pedal or the ground won't be compromised in the search for weather-protection.
  • Booties for cold-weather cycling with dry feet
  • Non-absorbent material sheds moisture and deflects wind
  • Stretchy material conforms to your shoe
  • Crew height extends coverage and warmth
  • Cleat and heel cutouts let you maintain traction
Tech SpecsSize
Tech Specs
natural rubber latex
Recommended Use


Shoe Covers
EU Shoe Size

37 - 40

40.5 - 42.5

43 - 46

46.5 - 49

US MEN Shoe Size

5 - 7

7.5 - 9.5

10 - 12.5

13 - 15

US WOMEN Shoe Size

6.5 - 9

9.5 - 11.5

12 - 14

 S / ML / XL
EU Shoe Size

37 - 42.5

43 - 47

US MEN Shoe Size

5 - 9.5

10 - 13

US WOMEN Shoe Size

6.5 - 12


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Didnt get 1 ride

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

Thought I would try these out just get through the 40 degree riding season. After reading that they were difficult to get them on, I followed the directions to a T.
Put the first one and it went on fine, little snug but I expected that. Went to put the 2nd on and suddenly the one already on split right down the side.Where it split, it wasnt over a buckle or strap. Looking at the split one, noticed a couple of small holes, so they were going to rip at some point, soon.
Didnt even get the 2nd one on. A waste of money

Agreed, these ripped on my first ride while taking them off


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

These shoe covers are exactly what I was looking for. Stylish, effective in keeping your shoes clean of dirt & grim (especially helpful in winter riding weather/general shoulder season riding).

Being made of Latex/rubber - I figured that warming properties would be an added benefit, surely not expected. To my surprise, these have kept my feet from becoming numb on windy rides, and extra cold rides (<32 F).

I love that these come in a variety of colors, look great on the feet, and are totally minimal (aka not bulky/stiff waterproof material).

Some may complain about having these stick together in storage (haven't had a problem) and getting these on your feet (give yourself an extra 5 min before you ride out and be patient)

Dry feet, but finicky storage

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: XL

I have the tall version, in the high-viz yellow. The XL fits my size 46 feet with plenty of stretch left.

These are great for the intended purpose - keeping water & wind from getting into your shoes. I rode a double century in 45-50°F rain the whole time, and the only part of me that was dry by the end was my feet. The relatively low temps kept them from overheating, and keeping the wind and water out kept them warm. The rest of my group were envious, and all bought their own pair after the ride was over. I've ridden them in less sever weather as well, and in warmer temps the sweat factor is a little higher, it's still way better than the soaking from no shoe covers, or the delayed soaking from regular thermal-style covers.

The down side of these is that they REQUIRE a dusting of talc, baby power, or corn starch before you put them away. If you put them away without that dusting, the next time you want to wear them you'll spend half an hour getting them unstuck from themselves. It's crazy how well they stick to themselves without any sort of adhesive.

They're not fragile, but not super durable either. Mine have a tear on the bottom of one from walking around, but it still works fine. Eventually the tear will grow, and i'll have to replace them. I figure getting a full season out of one pair is $18 well spent. They really paid for themselves on that one double century.

Oh, and go to the Velotoze website and watch the video on how to put them on. It's simple, but not intuitive.