FAQs

Are they really waterproof?

To ensure water doesn't enter through the cleat holes in the bottom of your shoe, you may need to put a small piece of tape over the vent hole. Here's a video to show you how do to that. 

How long do they last?

How do I put them on?
For the Tall Shoe Covers, make sure to put on the shoe cover BEFORE your shoe. Instructions are as follows:
  1. Put on sock
  2. Place foot through ankle hole, then large cleat hole to pull on shoe cover.
  3. Then put on shoe.  Warning: Shoe cover may tear if you do not FIRST put on shoe cover, then shoe.
  4. Pull cover over heel of shoe FIRST, then toe
  5. Ensure no part of shoe covers are over cleats or heel pad. Pull shoe cover off of cleats and heel pad if necessary.
  6. To remove, follow instructions in reverse order. To make it easier to put them on the next time, add baby powder to inside of shoe covers after wearing. 

For the Short Shoe Covers, make sure to put on the shoe cover AFTER your shoe. Basic instructions are as follows:

  1. Put on sock and shoe
  2. Pull cover over toe of shoe
  3. Then pull cover over heel, being careful not to catch cover on cleats
  4. Ensure no part of shoe covers are over cleats or heel pad. Pull shoe cover off of cleats and heel pad if necessary.
  5. To remove, follow instructions in reverse order.

How do I clean them?


Pro Tips: 

Do they breathe?
Will they make my feet hot?

What temperature are they best for? 

The Tall Shoe Covers are designed for temperatures from around 5C/40F to 16C/60F

The Short Shoe Covers, Toe Covers and Helmet Cover are designed for temperatures from around 10C/50F to 18C/65F 

I’m allergic to latex, can I still use them?

Do you make a non-latex version?

Do the shoe covers work for mountain biking or cyclocross? 

How do I dry them?

How do I clean them? Where are veloToze products made?