These Castelli neoprene toe thingy's are made from 3mm high quality neoprene. The toe covers slip easily over the front of your shoe and are held in place by the cleats. The underside of the toe has a silicone print which will add grip and resist rips or tears, but we still recommend you slip these off if you intend walking in your cycling shoes.
They can be worn on their own, on cool days or as a layer between your shoe and shoe cover on really cold days.
Castelli UNI sized items are designed to fit everyone.
- Windproof neoprene protection for the tips of your feet
- Rugged rubberized sole with openings for cleats
- Eye-catching scorpion logo and castelli lettering on top
- Red fabric on inside
- Can be worn on its own or as a layer between your shoe and shoecover
- Comfort range 10-18c
- Weight 62g (Pair)
- Sizes UNI-Size
- Fabric - 90% Neoprene 10% Other
Q. What do a 19th century Italian tailor, a designer for the Milan Ballet and the first ever lycra cycling shorts have in common?
A. They are all part of a rich 140 year history that's led to today's most recognised brand in cycling: Castelli.
Throw in a heart attack on a famous Italian climb, family feuds, Olympic gold medals and controversy in the pro peloton and it begins to sound more like a Sicilian soap opera than the backdrop to a cycling brand. But then again Castelli is no ordinary brand.
Today, Castelli's scorpion emblem is arguably the single most recognised in cycling. Iconic is an overused word these days, but the Castelli brand surely qualifies.
We first discovered Castelli on our year long ride through the Americas in 2010, when our founder Liz (pictured) wore Castelli shorts and loved them, so stocking them seemed an obvious choice. But we're almost as captivated by the story behind the name as the kit itself! For the full Castelli story (it's quite a story!), click here.
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