Giro Proof MTB Winter Shoe Covers

Giro Proof MTB Winter Shoe Covers
Giro Proof MTB Winter Shoe Covers
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Proof MTB Winter Shoe Covers by Giro
Protect your toes -- and your favorite pair of off-road shoes -- when the temperatures turn frigid with the Giro Proof MTB Winter Shoe Covers. These wind- and water-resistant shoe covers feature a super-stretch neoprene that minimizes bulk without compromising warmth. Molded rubber across the sole provides durability for walking and keeps your shoe lugs from damaging the shoe cover while zippers on the backs of the legs make putting the shoe covers on and taking them off a breeze. The covers are finished with reflective trim to increase visibility to motorists and woodland creatures in low-light conditions.

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SKU: GIR00C2
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