Right now I just have normal trainers and flat pedals but I have been thinking of getting clipless pedals and road shoes.The problem with all shoes is the big hole in the top. Get some overshoes that go a decent way up your ankle
Do you have road or mtb style shoes?
i have the other problem when commuting it normally chucks it down till im sodden then stops so i arrive soaked but its not raining anymore , mind you i dont bother with a coat half the time as i do a time/wetness calculation based on how wet i would get stopping to muck about with wet weather gear to how wet i will get just carrying on .It always rains when it is not expected and when I am far from home.
Yes if it's just the fact of wet feet that bother you.Waterproof socks.
This is what I use when weather is really bad or wet and boggy on the MTB, but use dry suit wrist seals cut down. Super cheap (skinny ankles)Two choices:
b) Winter boots, that come up the ankle a short way, plus ankle seals to redirect water running down the leg to the outside.
Drysuit ankle seals, with the narrow end against the skin of the leg and the wide end over the outside of the boot, are best, but you can do the same with the wrists cut off a pair of washing up gloves. If you wear longs, they should go over the outside of the top of the seal.
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