Keep your feet warm and your shoes clean with these traditional cycling overshoes. Aside from improving your comfort, they also provide an aerodynamic covering which smooths out bumps caused by buckles and straps.
Cutting your shoe covers
Traditional shoe covers require you to cut the hole to suit the position of your cleats. The best way to do this is:
1. Pull the cover over your shoe, while they're not being worn.
2. With a sharp pair of scissors or a safety razor cut a vertical (in line with the sole of the shoe) slit where your cleats sit.
3. Stretch the the hole around the outside of the cleat and you're done!
Tip: Try to only cut the slit as long as it needs to be, as the hole formed will stretch around the outside of the cleat.