How To Put On A GripGrab Ride Shoe Cover

October 01, 2018

How To Put On A GripGrab Ride Shoe Cover

Cycling shoe covers (overshoes) are designed to be close-fitting; this can affect how easy they are to put on. Luckily, with the right technique and the right shoe covers, you will be able to do it in no time.

Here are a few tips for putting on the GripGrab Ride Waterproof Shoe Covers and GripGrab Ride Winter Shoe Covers, both which have a Velcro rear closure.  

 

Step-By-Step Guide

  • Start by spreading the shoe cover in front of you
  • Put on your cycling shoes and tighten them
  • Fit the shoe cover around the shoe
    • Fit the shoe cover around the toe box of the shoe first
    • Make sure the toe box fills out the toe area of the shoe cover
    • Fit the shoe cover around the heel
    • Ensure an evenly distributed fit around the sole
  • Close the shoe cover with the Velcro closure on the back
  • Tighten and close the Velcro strap underneath

  

Top Tip - Warmers Outside

To prevent water from ending up in your shoes. A good tip is to put your leg warmers on the outside of the shoe cover. 

See how to put on the GripGrab Ride Shoe Covers in the video below...

The GripGrab Ride range of shoe covers is designed for all-round use: both on and off-road. They feature a Velcro closure on the rear and sole of the shoe to make them easy to fit.


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