dhb Equinox Windproof Overshoes review – too much sole for... your cleats?

The dhb Equinox is a good lightweight option to keep your shoes clean and dry in milder, damp weather. The question is, can you still clip in

dhb Equinox Windproof overshoe
(Image credit: Rachel Sokal)
Cycling Weekly Verdict

The dhb Equinox Windproof overshoes are an affordable lightweight option for spring and autumn riding. However, you may find the underside fouls your cleats and the lightweight fabric may not last that long.

Reasons to buy
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    Lightweight offering for spring and autumn

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    Heel and zip pulls make getting on and off easy

Reasons to avoid
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    May foul your cleats and shoe tread

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    Not the most durable

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Many of the best cycling overshoes we’ve had on test are designed to keep out the worst of the winter’s weather. But what about something lighter for those cool, damp autumn rides? Step forward the dhb Equinox Windproof overshoes.

dhb Equinox Windproof Overshoes: construction

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Rachel has been writing about and reviewing bike tech for the last 10 years. Cynical by nature, Rachel never really trusts the marketing hype and prefers to give products a mighty good testing before deciding whether they're worth buying or not. 

Rachel's first riding love is mountain biking where she's been European and UK 24hr Champion on more than one occasion. She's not just confined to the trails though and regularly rides - and occasionally races - on gravel and road too.