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Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com $250 Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com We like the Steele pants because they offer winter protection in a comfortable, soft shell material. The rear, crotch, and lower legs are made from a waterproof three-layer fabric to keep you dry, while the front panels are made from soft, stretchy Polartec Power Shield fabric for warmth. The bib tops offer an added layer of warmth without bulk, and they zip off if youd prefer to ride unencumbered; Velcro adjustments at the waist keep your pants up sans-bibs. The cut conforms to your legs, tapering from the knees down, but theres still plenty of room for a base layer beneath. Bontrager Old Man Winter shoes $299 Photo: Brad Kaminski | VeloNews.com For all but deep-freeze days, Bontragers OMW shoes are likely overkill. Thats no accident: With Wisconsin winters as inspiration, Bontrager has made cold feet the enemy. These shoes seal your feet in a 100 percent waterproof OutDry upper that extends well over the ankle to protect you when you step into deep snow. A Vibram sole offers plenty of grip on various surfaces including dirt and ice too. Theres plenty of room inside the boot so you can wear thick socks or even cram some toe warmers inside, though we found the removable inner boot, with its Thinsulate insulation, plenty warm even in frigid temperatures. no datahttp://www.feelfreemaldives.com/sweetsarahcruz/2016/08/04/an-a-z-on-primary-factors-in-selection-processYoull probably be riding in low light at some point, so add a Bontrager Ember light to the straps on the rear of the boots for added visibility.
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