Pro Amfib Toe Cover
Let’s get real; toe covers are a great way to deal with cold weather. They can be pulled over the toe of most cycling shoes and left on for the whole winter, and people do more miles on 45-degree days than they do on 25-degree days (even in Canada). Our toe cover uses our AmFIB softshell fabric to keep out the wind and rain and we positioned the band to sit behind toe spikes so that they will work with road or mountain shoes. Kevlar on the underside increases durability while the hook and loop closure makes the fit adjustable and the mounting quick.
I always struggle with cold feet.
I ride regular shoes out of winter and dedicated protective low-temperature shoes within the coldest season.
In between seasons, the first are too cold and the latter not necessary.
So, I went for those toes. They do an amazing job because I can wear the light shoes+toes combo down to 6C or so.
My only downside is that they are a bit short(for me) and it is tricky to avoid the velcro not covering the end of the cleat, making it difficult to engage. Then, I have to pull well to fit the toe over the shoe.
One more centimeter length would make this all easier.
I ride a regular 44-size shoe, normal width, and Pearl Izumi merino socks.