Craft Rain Bootie

Priced: $19.98 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 3 reviews.
Craft Rain Bootie
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Color: Black
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With nice road shoes cresting the $350 mark, the last thing you want to do is get them soaked and muddied on a wet ride. The Craft Bike Rain Bootie will give your feet supreme protection from wind and rain while making sure that your kicks are spared the majority of the insults from sloppy roads.

Craft uses fabric that is highly elastic so these booties fit like a second skin over your shoes. The top of the bootie has a Velcro strap, which makes it possible to secure the top closure tightly over your bib tights or directly against your skin if you’re wearing knickers. The three-quarter zipper at the back means that, even though the booties are effectively form-fitted on the foot, you’ll be able to get them on and off without breaking into a sweat. Of course, the material is also windproof and waterproof.

Kevlar reinforcements have been added to the heel and nose to make them more durable for walking to and from the bike rack outside the cafe. Craft added reflective print to keep you visible in the darker conditions you’ll likely be riding in while wearing them. The Craft Bike Rain Booties come in Black and are available in sizes X-Small through X-Large.

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Craft Rain Bootie Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Booties go on and off with ease, are waterproof and you won't feel the cold.

rjpp203297 at on 12/29/2012

Negative Reviews:

I wear size 38 and had to get a M and even then it's a tight squeeze.
They leaked the first time I used them in heavy rain. Now they work okay, but I don't feel secure about them.

biketobrew at on 01/24/2013

The material is stretchy and light, but when you stretch it over your shoes, the seams immediately start coming apart. I suppose you get what you pay for, I would recommend getting a higher quality item

chrp189894 at on 12/28/2012