Great insulation and rain protection; ideal for the most challenging winter cycling conditions
Good overshoes for cold and light rain, but struggle over time in heavy rain
Excellent choices for wet and relatively mild conditions but wouldn't be my first choice for midwinter
Well-made toe covers useful for intermediate conditions or worn under an overshoe when the weather is really poor
Good value, hard wearing, and perform well; a welcome addition to the winter wardrobe
Lighter than cheaper neoprene versions, but work about the same
Insulating overshoes for cold days with really good fit and durability
Super warm and waterproof material combined with a great fit makes for exceptional overshoes
Brilliantly simple stretchy toe covers that are worth a tenner any day of the week
Lightweight protection against wind and rain, and they take up little room if you want to carry them in a pocket just in case
Designed to keep out the lighter weather elements rather than a full on deluge
Tight fitting, low bulk overshoes that provide enough weather protection to be useful on wet days
Super-cosy with plenty of reflective; great for chilly mornings and the dusk dash home
Well made and well priced overshoes ideal for changeable spring conditions
Inexpensive and cosy overshoes that keep out all but the worst of the elements
Superb option for wet weather training rides or racing where comfort is key
Decent mid-weight windproof overshoe for mild winter days
Useful option for autumn weather to keep toes from getting chilly in well ventilated cycling shoes.
Impressive quality and cold weather performance so far but only for the cold-but-fair weather cyclist.
Excellent quality overshoes which are worth the tricky fitting. Attractively styled and effective in wet and cold conditions.