Endura Freezing Point II overshoes review – warm, waterproof and comfy... if only they were a little longer

Fleece lined, waterproof and competitively priced

Image shows a rider wearing Endura's Freezing Point Overshoe IIs.
(Image credit: Future)
Cycling Weekly Verdict

A really great option for a mid-priced overshoe that will keep you warm and dry this winter. Given the choice, I'd go for a pair of overshoes that are cut slightly higher, but the Endura Freezing Points do keep your feet warm with their fleece lining – and dry, with the rubberised neoprene.

Reasons to buy
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    Fleece lining keeps you very warm and is comfortable

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    Waterproof with rubberised neoprene keeping splash out

Reasons to avoid
  • -

    Ankle cuff is cut slightly too low

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Aiming to produce the ‘next generation ultimate cold weather riding overshoe’, Endura certainly can’t be blamed for lack of ambition with the Freezing Point II. 

However it's a bold claim to make, especially in what's a competitive segment of the cycling clothing accessories market. 

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