Anatomically shaped panel structure for comfort when pedalling.
55% rubber, 30% polyamide, 15% polyurethane
3D toe shaped to fit mountain bike shoes.
Durable waterproof coating with an additional water-repellent treatment.
2 mm, stretchy neoprene with waterproof coating for cold, damp weather.
Reflective parts for increased visibility.
Completely watertight seams.
S = 4-5½
M = 6-7½
L = 8-10
XL = 11-12½
TIPS TO STOP YOUR FEET GETTING COLD
To stop your feet getting cold, you need good blood flow!
The biggest mistake people make is to tighten their shoes too much. But this stops blood flowing to your feet, which makes them feel cold. Very thick winter shoes can also squeeze your feet inside your shoes.
It's often the wind that makes us feel cold, so cover your toes with a windproof toe cover or overshoes!
OVERSHOES OR TOE COVERS?
These products are complementary.
Toe covers give you more freedom and are much easier to put on and remove, but only work down to temperatures of 8-9°C.
Being both easy to use and compact makes them a popular choice with cyclists.
WATER ENTRY THROUGH CAPILLARY ACTION
If your tights aren't water repellent, they're highly likely to soak up rain. Even the best overshoes in the world wouldn't help: if your tights are in contact with your socks, they'll absorb water through the capillary effect.
This is why VAN RYSEL only creates winter tights with a water-repellent membrane, such as the RACER long tights.