Shimano S-Phyre Insulated Shoe Cover

Shimano S-Phyre Insulated Shoe Cover
Shimano S-Phyre Insulated Shoe Cover
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S-Phyre Insulated Shoe Cover by Shimano
The S-Phyre Insulated Shoe Cover dares us to get outside to ride on the greyest days. Fully waterproof, the shoe cover protects us from the elements with a thick neoprene upper and unique cuff that sits snugly against the calf, preventing water from getting in overtop of the ankle. The thick neoprene's dimpled appearance serves both to enhance aerodynamics and to make dials and buckles easy to adjust without wrestling the shoe cover off mid-ride. Shimano's metallic thermal tech-ti neoprene has ample stretch to allow the shoe covers to pull on over shoes and cleats without hook-and-loop or zippers and reflects heat to keep you riding longer and farther, no matter the weather.

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SKU: SHI00ID
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