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Old 12-01-13, 08:51 AM   #1
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Insulated cycling boot covers for a size 13

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I looking for an extra large cycling boot cover to keep my feet warm and dry this winter. I wear a lightweight cycling shoe with cleats. Most of the insulated cycling boot covers I've used are too small, even when I use the largest size made. Can anyone recommend a model that is made for larger feet?
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I have a pair of these:

The XL fits my 46 road shoe fine. The sizing chart says the XL fits up to an American size 13.
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I use a pair of these BBB overshoes in size 47/48 over my size 51s. They're not waterproof, but, help alot and aren't too tight.
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Showers Pass cover (, size XL, works well on my size 49 MTB shoes.
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Neos*, they're Galloshes for street shoes, so long and wide for the size..

* new england overshoes

dry too, until you punch holes in the soles for your Clipless pedals.
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I've got Lake "All Weather" shoes, got 'em cheap at Nashbar, but I'm not sure they make them anymore. They're like a neoprene bootie built into a sandal road shoe.
I've got regular covers, will have to check the brand, that fit my size 49 Specialized shoes. They are not a loose fit. Don't expect ANYTHING to keep your feet completely dry. If nothing else, sweat will collect in a shoe, or rain water will wick down your socks.
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