Shimano S-Phyre Toe Shoe Cover

Shimano S-Phyre Toe Shoe Cover
Shimano S-Phyre Toe Shoe Cover
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S-Phyre Toe Shoe Cover by Shimano
When the weather is just hinting at winter's arrival, the Shimano S-Phyre Toe Covers boost the warmth of our road shoes to stay comfortable for the whole ride. The Metallic Thermal Tech neoprene insulates with its 3mm thickness as well as reflects heat back to your foot with the reflective finish on the interior. Mid-adjustments to shoe fit are simplified with the BOA dial port that matches perfectly with Shimano S-Phyre shoes.

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SKU: SHI00O7
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