Excellent waterproof overshoe. I use these for bicycling in the rain, and they keep my completely dry. Being , they feel a little clunky, but I can still fit my feet on the bicycle pedals. Buy for the size of your shoe. I wear between a 10 and 11, and bought a 9.5 to 11 size overshoe. The 11 to 13 was far too large. The 9.5 to 11 fits my leather casual dress and my tennis with a bit of room, but does not fit my . 5 stars overall, 4 stars for comfort, and 3 for style - they're not pretty, they're practical.
A lightweight waterproof rubber overshoe that easily pulls over your shoes or work boots. Keep your shoes dry when walking in snow, slush, and puddles!
Waterproof overshoes with a wind blocking, breathable Thermo Textran construction. The seams are heat taped to seal out water and a rear zip closure provides a close fit with easy entry and exit.
SealSkinz Lightweight Waterproof Overshoes seem like such an obvious idea. Since the 1980s, when the first SealSkinz waterproof sock was invented (in a flash of inspiration whilst watching a documentary about John Logie Baird, so legend has it), the company has been keeping bad weather away from the skin of outdoors type. Now the wait is over for cyclists with the SealSkinz Lightweight Waterproof Overshoes due for release in autumn 2013. Cyclo took an early first look in the hope they would live up to our expectations…