Is it practical to have dedicated wet weather footwear ... for clipless pedals? Does getting clipless shoes (e.g., Sidi MTB shoes) soaked accelerate the aging of footwear?
Examples of wet rides could be during summer showers (the kind that is not white and does not pile up in the driveway) ... or riding on neighborhood streets right after a rainfall.
So if you have a favorite summer or fall style of MTB shoes, do you have one pair for dry rides ... and another pair for wet rides?
And do you have a preferred clipless shoe for Riding in the Rain?
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