They keep your feet dry, but don't walk in them.
Tour Master Boot Rain Covers
List Price: 24.99
Sales Price: $24.99
Tour Master Boot Rain Covers
Item Code: TourmasterBootCovers
Brand: Tour Master
- Heavy duty PVC-coated nylon
- Abrasion resistant 500-denier nylon reinforced toe and heel sections
- Elasticized top cuff helps seal out moisture
- Designed to easily slip on or off over boots
- Reflective Tour Master logos increase visibility
XS fits Shoe Sizes 6 to 7.5
S fits Shoe Sizes 8 to 9
M fits Shoe Sizes 9.5 to 10.5
L fits Shoe Sizes 11 to 12.5
XL fits Shoe Sizes 13 to 14
Most Helpful Reviews :
Well made . Boots stay dry,cuff of pants gets wet but not bad. Good buy.
Used the Boot covers on a recent four day trip, Two of which were in the rain. Covers worked great. I can now wear whatever pair of boots I wish and keep them dry and clean. Easy to put on and take off. Very good product. Well worth the money.
I was pleased with the thickness of the fabric used and the stitching in general. I haven't had to wear them yet, but they promise to do what I purchased them for.
Boot covers fit nicely. I wear size 9 ladies shoes. I ordered a size small & they fit fine. Quick shipping & great customer service.
Nice item, especially for the price.
I recently rode over a 100 miles in a driving rain and one of the only things that was dry was my boots. Great product!
I was very happy with the performance of the boot covers. I was caught in very heavy rain and hail and my feet were the only things that stayed dry. I found out that my suit and gloves were not waterproof. The price was right and the product worked great.
Went cross country and back. Good fit, excellent coverage. No wet feet in the rain
Thank you for selling quality products at affordable prices!! We're happy customers....& will be repeat customers!
We rode from LI to Key West and back through some seriously wet weather- but our feet stayed dry thanks to these boots! Quick on and off, sized right! 5 stars!
These boot covers are the best for the money well made,,,,
Well made - great buy.
These were a Christmas gift so we haven't had the opportunity to road test them in the rain yet. I can say without hesitation they are well-made and fit true to the sizing chart. Waiting for that first ride in the rain! : )
These are a definite must have. Got stuck driving home 300 miles of backroads in absolutely driving rain (rain bouncing off gas tank into my full face sheild) and my feet were bone dry. Awesome!!! They also fit nicely into my Frog Togs tote for storage.
Great fitting and good protection. Work very well with quality material.
No more drenched feet when mother nature takes a turn for the worse. They perform better than expected. Easy on and off. Compact too. Money well spent.
Only wore them one time but they really kept my feet dry. When these wear out I'll buy another pair.
The TourMaster boot covers are a great choice for riders looking for an economical way to keep their feet dry. They can cost sixty to three hundred dollars less than a pair of waterproof riding boots. They are also a great solution for a commuter that doesn't want to carry extra footwear.
They're available in sizes extra small to extra-large to accommodate men's shoe sizes six to fourteen. There is a size chart at the bottom of the product listing to help you establish your size. They are made of a PVC coated nylon with taped seams to keep the water out, and feature reinforced nylon areas in the toe and heel for added durability.
The heel also features these elastic areas to promote a snug fit. This is important to keep you from snagging them on a peg or shifter or brake pedal.
These covers feature a three quarter length covered zippered closure for easy on and off and a stirrup across the middle of the bottom to help keep the covers in place.
TourMaster has also added an elasticized top opening which they say is to help keep the water out but, in my experience, if it's a wet enough ride to need boot covers, it's wet enough to need rain pants, and you would certainly wear your rain pants on the outside of these covers if you wanted to keep the most water out. These elastic areas do help to keep the covers from sliding down your legs, though, so it's a good thing they're there, regardless of why.
A couple of little tidbits about these covers that I've learned from you, our customers, is that it's a good idea to roll up your pants a couple of times, to make sure the cuffs don't soak up water from the opening in the covers, and also to try to walk around in them as little as possible to maximize their life.