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Old 10-08-15, 05:15 PM
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Shoe Covers

Does anyone make a good "warm" shoe cover for a cleated shoe? Most shoe covers (Or booties as there also called.) have little if any sole on them, thus letting in all the Cold air. Brrr!
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No, anything flexible enough to be slipped onto a shoe that went on the bottom of the shoe would quickly be worn out by walking around on them.

If you want warmer shoes, you have to buy shoes that are build to be warmer. Lake mades some, 45nrth, Specialized, etc.
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