Is it possible?
Right now I have a pair of Pearl Amfib shoe covers that I wear over Sidi Challengers. (I think that's there model name. They have a perforated upper with some mesh, a single velcro strap and a ratchet) I think the water works its way in through the hole for the cleats, wicks upward via the inside of the shoe covers, and then seeps in via the mesh and perforation.
When I finish a wet ride (commute or other) the shoe is wet more on the inside, more on the sole. The water has wicked up my socks to chill my feet. If I could keep my feet dry it would be so much nicer. I'm planning on some boots for when the snow flies, but shoes and covers are more practical when it's only kinda wet, but raining, if I can find a way to keep the feet dry. Any thoughts on what be done?