How to put on a GripGrab CyclinGaiter

December 11, 2017

How to put on a GripGrab CyclinGaiter

By Peter Ebro, GripGrab

With a GripGrab CyclinGaiter, water leaking into your shoe will no longer be a problem because the CyclinGaiter seals the gap between shoe cover and calf. 

Here are a few tips, that will make it easier for you to put on a CyclinGaiter and get the most out of them. 

A snug fit between the calf and the shoe cover is essential to prevent water from ending up in your shoes. Make sure you have the right size in both shoe covers and Cycling Gaiters, so the fit around the calf is as tight as possible. The CyclinGaiter is available in different sizes relating to the circumference of the calf.  

When combining a CyclinGaiter with a shoe cover, you'll have to begin with putting on the cycling gaiter and then the shoe cover afterwards. 

GripGrab CyclinGaiter

Step-by-step guide

    1. Start out by turning the CyclinGaiter inside out. That will make it easier to pull it up. 
    2. Pull the CyclinGaiter up on the calf until the CyclinGaiter has a tight fit around the calf. 
    3. Now put on your shoe covers, making sure that they fit tightly around the shoe and your calf. 
    4. Flip around the CyclinGaiter, so the right side will face out. 
    5. Try to place the CyclinGaiter so the top of the shoe cover is placed approximately at the middle of the CyclinGaiter 

If you have very slim calfes, you might find that you'll have to pull the CyclinGaiter so far up the calf that you won't have a tight fit between the bottom of the CyclinGaiter and the top of the shoe cover.  

This will not affect the performance of the shoe cover, because the water will run off on the outside of the shoe cover, just like it does on an umbrella. 

To prevent water from ending up in your shoes. A good tip is to pull up the warmers and put them on the outside of the CyclinGaiter.

GripGrab CyclinGaiter

The CyclinGaiter is very versatile in use and can be worn with all our shoe covers. You can also use the CyclinGaiter together with your favorite winter cycling shoes. 

Now enjoy this new shoe cover setup that will keep your feet warm and dry longer than ever before. 

Remember, the weather is only a circumstance not a parameter of going for a ride or not!  
We ride in all weather! 

Se how to put on the GripGrab CyclinGaiter:

About the CyclinGaiter

The GripGrab CyclinGaiter is a PU coated neoprene cover, that is pulled over the top of the shoe cover and sits super tightly on the leg, closing the gap between the top of the shoe cover and the leg. 

Check out the CyclinGaiter here.

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