Men's Size Guide
This is a standardised guide to give you an idea of what size you will need, however some brands may vary from these conversions.
The SealSkinz ‘High Vis Open Sole’ neoprene overshoes are designed to provide extra warmth and safety for all cyclists. The overshoes are constructed with water resistant neoprene and Kevlar toes to provide endurance. The cycling overshoes can be easily equipped with pull-on loops, whilst close-fitting, silicone leg grippers prevent drafts.
An open underfoot makes the overshoes ideal for any form of cycling, whilst a storm flap and lockable YKK side zips enhance water resistance and flexibility. The overshoes also feature SealSkinz branding and reflective details to improve visibility and safety. –M.R
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Overshoes fit true to size (xl fit size 12us). After a 30min out and back trail ride in 30f weather, my feet were still comfortable. In colder weather, there is room to slide on toe covers under the overboot for additional insulation. The high visibility color and reflective accents add to my peace of mind that I will be seen when riding on the road in low light conditions.
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