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Descente Dimension Stretch Shoe Cover - 2009 BCS
Thanks to the aerodynamic, fleece-lined Descente Dimension Stretch Shoe Cover, your mind-numbing speed rides donít have to mean toe-numbing frostbite. Zip the softshell fabric over your road shoes, lock the cam slider, and immediately feel the warmth. Descente kept these covers low on weight and gave the ankles a grippy lining so you wonít feel them on your feet or find them riding down towards your furiously spinning pedals.
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Probably your feet, but not your shoes. I wear size 13 and can barely fit them over. They really need a sizing chart.
October 17, 2010
February 2, 2011
I bought the L/XL, and the first time I put them on my size 47 shoes I broke a zipper. Backcountry sent me another pair and paid for return shipping, and now that I am MUCH more careful (i.e. takes me 5 minutes to put them on) I haven't had any troubles. They do keep my toes much warmer than without them, but I think in the future I will go for something wind/waterproof. The construction feels pretty good (minus the zipper), and I have liked other Descente products I have owned (tri-suit, gloves), and they are made in Canada, so at least there's that. If you have size 44 or 45, they would probably work much better. It's got to be hard to make something that is supposed to fit tightly for such a wide range of shoes.
I'm wear a Men's 8.5, do i want the s/m or the l/xl?
By: Alexander Waid
August 8, 2010
I also wear 8.5 (I get euro 41 in cycling shoes; not necessarily a direct conversion, I guess), and I have these in S/M. It takes FOREVER to get the stupid things on my shoes because they're so tight. As other reviewers have stated, once on they're pretty warm, but I guess what I'm trying to say is that you might want to go with the L/XL.
By: Alan Lucas
November 3, 2010