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Shoe covers (the kind that the lycra loony crowd wear) are really really good for wet days, even if they make you look like a bit of a dork. I made myself a pair out of some rubberised lycra, and they manage to keep my feet toasty even on the foulest days. for some reason it doesn't matter how wet the rest of you gets, if your feet are dry you don't feel so bad.


Good stuff! It'll be interesting to see how the velcro holds up when wet/muddy/gunky. Did the velco have a self-adhesive backing?


Also, I have a pair of Goretex trainers I picked up in a sale. They're really great for wet weather, and even good for cold weather too. Before those I used a pair of SealSkinz waterproof socks with old shoes that can just be left to dry out.



The Velcro was self adhesive, but I added some super glue to make sure the bond was as strong as possible.

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