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VeloToze Shows New Cycling Kits and Improved Aero Sock Designs

VeloToze Aero Sock XT
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VeloToze, renowned for its aero kit and waterproof accessories, is now expanding to cycling clothing. But fear not, they’re still making all the aero add-ons riders want. They’re adding the VeloToze touch to cycling kit, hoping to get an aerodynamic advantage, and easy on/off base layers for convenience.

VeloToze Aero Sock

VeloToze Aero Sock XT packaging

My first experience with VeloToze was with the road waterproof shoe covers. I liked them, but sometimes they are hard to get on. Plus, they can heat up in the summer months. VeloToze feels the same and introduced a new combo shoe cover/sock. 

VeloToze Aero Sock XT

The Velotoze aero shoe cover is half the waterproof material we’re used to seeing from VeloToze, and the other half is a high-end aero sock. The sock portion boasts all the tech required for marginal gains, including aero-specific fabric packed with elastane and a dimpled cuff to give more slip in the wind.

VeloToze Aero Sock
The VeloToze Aero Cuff, a piece that can add aero advantages and compression to any ride. Photo: Jordan Villella

The material combo is a better choice for the summer and is more practical for on/off. The new VeloToze Aero shoe covers will retail for $40.00.

VeloToze Cycling Kits 

VeloToze kit logo

Another new piece of gear at the VeloToze booth was full-on kits. Why kits? The design included a unique button enclosure to keep the kit in place and “aero.” This design is similar to the Cannondale Si kits a few years back, but it incorporates some other unique features. 

If you’re looking to shield the wind, there is a cover for that. Add the base layer to the buttons on the bib short, and you’re good. It also works as an excellent way to remove the base layer if you need to during the race if it gets too hot. 

The design overall looks promising, and the fabric is soft and seems high-quality. We didn’t see the short, so the chamois is still a mystery. However, we have high hopes for the kit and should have a review sample to chat about soon. 

VeloToze Gloves

VeloToze TT gloves

The VeloToze TT received a slight update, but mostly to match other kits in the aero line. These TT gloves are the jumping-off point for the company’s new lightweight climbers glove.

The first we noticed was a super-lightweight “featherweight glove” This glove felt like air; there was minimal padding and a menial upper. The only natural resistance of a glove is the sticky gel-coated grip surface on the palm. When you turn the glove over, you can see through the material. The feather-weight glove will retail for $30.00

This is a favorite on super hot days and for those riders who like a very minimal glove experience. The gloves and other gear share a similar black and white color pallet, and graphics package.

Conversely, VeloToze has a knit, waterproof glove with a tech touch. These gloves are similar to SealSkin versions we’ve seen in the past but with more dexterity. The design and look are lovely, and the muted black pallet ensures they will match any kit. The waterproof knit glove will retail for $45.00

Look for a full review of the Aero Covers and Kit as we see them.

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