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  • Made from a fleece-lined rubberized laminate that keeps water out and heat in
  • Exterior seam-sealing along center seam of bootie helps keep feet dry
  • Bottom of bootie is open with elastic hook-and-loop strap for easy pull-on
  • Durable locking zips with inner flap and garage
  • Reflective piping along ankle zips
  • Sugoi Resistor booties have an 8 in. height

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Specs

Fabric Fleece-lined rubber
Best Use Cycling
Gender Unisex

Size chart

Rated 2 out of 5 by from NOT waterproof These shoe covers are probably OK for riding in damp, wet places, but not in actual rain. I have used them twice: one long mountain bike ride (5+ hours) on which they seemed to do a good job of keeping my feet warm and dry, but it wasn't really raining much (the storm was ending just as we got started); and one road bike ride in the rain, in which one foot was soaked in 10 minutes and the other foot was soaked in 15 minutes. After these two rides the shoe covers look like they are a year old. A little walking around on the MTB ride scuffed up the bottoms pretty bad. Bottom line: they help with warmth and keeping puddles out of your shoes, but that is about it.
Date published: 2014-11-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Snug, warm, dry As a moderately priced addition to my cycling gear, these shoe covers provided just what I needed: protection of my feet from windchill (still able to use the same shoes as in the summer), keeping them dry in the cool, Oregon rainy fall/winter weather, and open at the sole for my clips. I thought they might make it a hassle to get my shoes on and off, but rolling it back from the heel cup and slightly down the instep made it easy enough. I like the asymmetric zipper because I can put it on the inside, making it easy to use.
Date published: 2013-12-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Boot for weather above 35 deg This was the first boot i tried that was a step up from the entry level toe covers. The Sugoi Resistors did not provide enough protection for me. My toes were still getting cold and numb. Albeit, my issues r probably different than most people because I have complications from frostbite incident in which I'm more susceptible to colder weather. I typically would wear these with wool socks. I also tried sock liners and then the Sugois. My toes were still getting cold but the boots may have delayed the onset of the coldness by about a half hour. I ended up shelling out for the Pearl Izumis and feel these are much better for me.
Date published: 2014-01-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Shoe Sponge Bought these a couple of months ago, to replace another set of booties. I found not only my feet got, not just damp but, soaked al the way to the knee. I figured out the cloth trim tape around the opening for the cleat/sole in the culprit. It draws the water in to the liner; which speaks it al over the inside the bootie, just like a sponge. I can't go a quarter mile in a steady rain without having my feet being completely soaked. So DON"T waste your money on these. I have to give this one star, because the system won't allow me to use 0 or a negative number.
Date published: 2016-03-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from keeps feet warm and dry I bought my first pair Sugoi Resistors in April 2016. Like all overshoes sold on the market, these were in tatters a little under a year later. I've accepted no matter the overshoe brand, I will need to buy a new pair once per year. Sugois fit well and held up longer than expected. I wore them on a Northern Tier Route cycling tour last spring and they kept my feet dry and warm in the Rainy North Cascade mountains of Washington State. When buying overshoes, look for dryness and warmth over longevity. this is why I'll buy another pair of Sugois Resistors soon.
Date published: 2017-03-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Junk Lasted 1/2 of a run ride, came unstitched and zipper fell off.
Date published: 2017-02-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Too difficult to place on the shoe, returned Placing these booties was extremely difficult. My shoes are not that bulky and I decided that I did not want to spend such a long time trying to get them on each time. I went to the store to make sure that there was not an easier way to get the job done but there was not. I bought toe covers instead and I like them much better.
Date published: 2017-04-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from WASTE OF MONEY! I bought these on Sept. to replace a pair of a different brand I'd worn for years. They had holes in the toes within a week, and today, less than six months later, and without particularly heavy use, the zippers busted, rendering them useless and meaning my nice cycling shoes are now soaked. If I pay 50$ for SHOE COVERS I expect them to last at the very least a full season. Don't waste your money on this cheaply made product!
Date published: 2016-01-28
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Rated 2 out of 5 by from NOT waterproof These shoe covers are probably OK for riding in damp, wet places, but not in actual rain. I have used them twice: one long mountain bike ride (5+ hours) on which they seemed to do a good job of keeping my feet warm and dry, but it wasn't really raining much (the storm was ending just as we got started); and one road bike ride in the rain, in which one foot was soaked in 10 minutes and the other foot was soaked in 15 minutes. After these two rides the shoe covers look like they are a year old. A little walking around on the MTB ride scuffed up the bottoms pretty bad. Bottom line: they help with warmth and keeping puddles out of your shoes, but that is about it.
Date published: 2014-11-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Snug, warm, dry As a moderately priced addition to my cycling gear, these shoe covers provided just what I needed: protection of my feet from windchill (still able to use the same shoes as in the summer), keeping them dry in the cool, Oregon rainy fall/winter weather, and open at the sole for my clips. I thought they might make it a hassle to get my shoes on and off, but rolling it back from the heel cup and slightly down the instep made it easy enough. I like the asymmetric zipper because I can put it on the inside, making it easy to use.
Date published: 2013-12-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Boot for weather above 35 deg This was the first boot i tried that was a step up from the entry level toe covers. The Sugoi Resistors did not provide enough protection for me. My toes were still getting cold and numb. Albeit, my issues r probably different than most people because I have complications from frostbite incident in which I'm more susceptible to colder weather. I typically would wear these with wool socks. I also tried sock liners and then the Sugois. My toes were still getting cold but the boots may have delayed the onset of the coldness by about a half hour. I ended up shelling out for the Pearl Izumis and feel these are much better for me.
Date published: 2014-01-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Shoe Sponge Bought these a couple of months ago, to replace another set of booties. I found not only my feet got, not just damp but, soaked al the way to the knee. I figured out the cloth trim tape around the opening for the cleat/sole in the culprit. It draws the water in to the liner; which speaks it al over the inside the bootie, just like a sponge. I can't go a quarter mile in a steady rain without having my feet being completely soaked. So DON"T waste your money on these. I have to give this one star, because the system won't allow me to use 0 or a negative number.
Date published: 2016-03-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from keeps feet warm and dry I bought my first pair Sugoi Resistors in April 2016. Like all overshoes sold on the market, these were in tatters a little under a year later. I've accepted no matter the overshoe brand, I will need to buy a new pair once per year. Sugois fit well and held up longer than expected. I wore them on a Northern Tier Route cycling tour last spring and they kept my feet dry and warm in the Rainy North Cascade mountains of Washington State. When buying overshoes, look for dryness and warmth over longevity. this is why I'll buy another pair of Sugois Resistors soon.
Date published: 2017-03-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Junk Lasted 1/2 of a run ride, came unstitched and zipper fell off.
Date published: 2017-02-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Too difficult to place on the shoe, returned Placing these booties was extremely difficult. My shoes are not that bulky and I decided that I did not want to spend such a long time trying to get them on each time. I went to the store to make sure that there was not an easier way to get the job done but there was not. I bought toe covers instead and I like them much better.
Date published: 2017-04-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from WASTE OF MONEY! I bought these on Sept. to replace a pair of a different brand I'd worn for years. They had holes in the toes within a week, and today, less than six months later, and without particularly heavy use, the zippers busted, rendering them useless and meaning my nice cycling shoes are now soaked. If I pay 50$ for SHOE COVERS I expect them to last at the very least a full season. Don't waste your money on this cheaply made product!
Date published: 2016-01-28
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