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Old 03-13-17, 03:21 PM
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I have some that I cut a hole for the SPD cleats. But, with several different pairs of shoes, that hole had to grow because different shoes had different sole shapes. And pretty soon I quit using that pair.

The ones in the photo are not official rain covers, they were gore windstopper fabric for warmth, but I used them for an all day rainy day on a gravel road. Before they got covered with mud, they were high vis color. Right now, these are my favorite shoe covers that I will use for rain on cool days. REI no longer sells the ones I got, but they still have a link for them.
https://www.rei.com/product/820997/g...ke-shoe-covers

I have some neoprene ones, but I only use them in winter for sub-freezing weather.

If I am touring in warm weather regions, I wear the Keen cycling sandals and they are wider, do not fit my rain covers well. But in warm weather I have generally just gotten wet feet and skipped the covers.
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