Louis Garneau 0 Ergo Grip. Water resistant, wind proof and warm. Room to zip a heater pack in the toe. Size 45 but best suited for 9 - 9.5 for room for extra socks and and insulated footbed. $30.
I wouldn't mind trying these on, could use warmer feet this winter.
I can tell you from experience that a pair of winter boots is essential for a winter rider. I have a pair of Lake Boots that keep my feet toasty. I think the coldest I rode in them was -32 and my feet felt like I was at home in front of the fire
I used flat pedals and winter boots last year. Perhaps not ideal, but it worked. Definitely interested in a potential upgrade!
These have been very good shoes @IanMHFX. I used them more in the shoulder seasons (spring & fall) for commuting and some mountain biking. They were great in -2ish to +10 or so. The option to zip in heater packs made them great for the few times I used them in -5 & colder.You're welcome to try them on. I'm in the valley but will be in the Dartmouth/Lawrencetown area on Saturday
Cool, I'm in Halifax and will be available in the afternoon.
I'd be interested in checking them out if Ian doesn't take them.
I'm interested too. I'm in the Valley during the day. Let me know where and when we could meet to try them on.
Sounds good. I'll be in touch.
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