Shoes and Footwear
AQUA Chrono Aero overshoe
Cycling Foot protection from slow air or road spray; for TT, training or Road racing in the rain.
Fast and dry feet are due to a fantastic new PU coated lycra. A highly windproof, stretch fabric is tailored to fit a road shoe with ultraSonic welded seams and a spray resistant sole.
The outside seams have been taped to ensure high water resistance. On the inside of the PU-coated high-stretch material is a soft fleece material that not only feels great but that also prevents skin irritation. At the same time, it adds to the insulating properties of these aerodynamic shoe covers. The PU material undergoes 4 individual treatments to make it waterproof whilst retaining elasticity, making it super expensive for us to purchase from the fabric mill, but worth it for the performance. The overshoe is zipless and stretches to fit the shoe exactly.
Silver reflective logo. The leg opening is sealed with a silicone gripper, so ideal for racing in the rain.
1: Put on sock
2: Pull shoe cover on over sock
3: Put foot through large cleat hole, and pull shoe cover up around ankle
4: Put on Road cycling shoe
5: Pull shoe cover down over heel of shoe FIRST, then toe
6: Adjust around ankle, cleats and heel pad. Ensure no part of shoe covers/overshoe are over cleats or heel pad.
Note: Pull top of shoe cover over sock or under leg warmers. The top of the shoe cover needs to be against your skin or water may enter the shoe cover.
Warning: Shoe cover may tear if you do not FIRST put on shoe cover, then shoe.
For Road cycling shoes only the high stretch material leaves the tendons and muscles unbothered. A small tape is placed at the back of the heel to assist pulling them on. The build is waterproof, but like ALL overshoes, ALL: water will eventually come in the cleat and heel holes. They will stop the wind from stripping heat from your feet.
- 1: Put on your normal cycling socks first.
- 2: Pull the shoe cover on like a sock
- 3: Put your foot through the large cleat hole. Now put on your shoes
- 4: Pull the cover over the heel of your shoe FIRST, then the toe.
- 5: Adjust around ankle, cleats and heel pad. Ensure no part of shoe covers are over cleats or heel pad.