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Old 03-22-17, 11:48 AM
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bikenh
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Even neoprene booties don't keep the water out. The trouble isn't the rain from the top but the slap up through the bolts holes in the bottom of the shoes. I think that is where the bulk majority of wetness comes from. My feet get wet during the winter with neoprene booties on all winter long whenever I'm out with wet pavement. It always seems to be the bottom of the feet and nowhere else that I notice the problem. It has to be coming from the bolt holes.
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