Brilliant, hard wearing overshoes that are great value. Ideal for cold wet training rides.
Very well priced
The Endura Road II Overshoes overshoes have really impressed us this winter and spring. Firstly, the price is very competitive and significantly lower than similar products from other leading brands. Does this mean the quality is less? The answer is a resounding no.
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Overshoes get a lot of abuse, but the Road IIs stand up very well to all abuse that a typical Winter ride can hurl. The Endura Road II Overshoes have well made, reinforced toe and heel sections and hard wearing stitching that uses aramid. After a few short walks, it is often these parts of the overshoe that wear through quickly, but we have had no such issue here.
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The fit was really good too and zip is nice and chunky making it useable with gloves. The zip also features a lock down puller and Velcro® tab to keep it in place and stop it coming undone. Being neoprene they are quite chunky, but they more than make up for this in terms of durability and insulation. There are also nice reflective details on the zips too, adding a touch of rearward visibility.
For clocking up winter miles in foul weather, the Endura Road II Overshoes are a great value, well performing pair of overshoes.
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Oliver Bridgewood - no, Doctor Oliver Bridgewood - is a PhD Chemist who discovered a love of cycling. He enjoys racing time trials, hill climbs, road races and criteriums. During his time at Cycling Weekly, he worked predominantly within the tech team, also utilising his science background to produce insightful fitness articles, before moving to an entirely video-focused role heading up the Cycling Weekly YouTube channel, where his feature-length documentary 'Project 49' was his crowning glory.