It’s the first week of a new decade, and many of us have probably resolved to ride more in 2020. If that means riding outside in the cold & wet as it does for me, some subtle updates to VeloToze’s latex Tall Road Cycling Shoe Covers 2.0 might make life easier, or at least drier in the new year.
VeloToze Tall Road Cycling Shoe Covers 2.0, better than ever
Anyone familiar with the name VeloToze probably also knows their signature product – tight-fitting latex shoe covers that seal water completely out. Anyone who has firsthand experience with VeloToze though, probably also knows some of the pitfalls of the simple, low-cost shoe covers… They are 100% waterproof which also means they don’t breathe at all, buyer beware. But they have also traditionally been quite fragile, especially the original road shoe version. The tall covers are quite difficult to get on & off and so easy to tear if they were scuffed, in fact, that many people found them to be almost ‘one-time use’ only.
What’s new on the road in version 2.0?
Now much like we saw on their launch of mountain bike shoe specific covers, VeloToze has redesigned their mold to reinforce the bottom of the Tall Road 2.0 shoe covers around the openings at the heel & cleat so they are significantly more durable than before.
VeloToze has also added a special new coating to the latex that prevents the material from sticking to itself so aggressively, making them both easier to pull/roll-on & off, and easier to clean off & dry after riding wet roads.
The new version 2.0 of the Tall Road shoe covers sell for the same $20 price as the MTB version ($2 more than the old Tall Road). The latex shoe covers come in four sizes and nine color options, including three hi-viz colors. Get them now direct from VeloToze with free US shipping, paid global shipping, or through a number of distributors around the world.