Look Cycle Keo Cleat Cover

Look Cycle Keo Cleat Cover
Look Cycle Keo Cleat Cover
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Keo Cleat Cover by Look Cycle
This is an indispensable accessory to protect your cleats against unnecessary wear during walking. Not only will you prevent premature cleat wear, but these covers will give you traction enough to cross slippery tile cafe floors without spilling your mid-ride espresso. They will fit both Keo and Keo Grip cleats.

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SKU: LCY0040
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