DetailsPerfect for the coldest winter rides in the ASSOS temperature range "winterPlus". The fuguBootie replaces its successor - the winterPlus Overshoes.
The fuguBootie is best used in combination with the new tights LL.fugu, fuguJacket, new fuguGlove, new fuguCap or fuguHelm and, of course, new fuguSocks. The perfect outfit for extremely cold riding conditions.
This new, next generation of ASSOS booties is built using the same, newly developed “pattern de- sign chassis” featuring the minimum number of seams necessary, providing a snug, low-volume fit. Toe and heel feature extra reinforcement against abrasion, and the reflective zippers are placed slightly asymmetrically towards the outside, to ensure increased comfort and water protection. All the s7 booties feature the same (but different versions of) custom-made, water-repellant airBlock strataGon fabric, each calibrated to best suit its climaRange purpose.
All the s7 booties are built with low volume and light weight in mind, providing a snug, racingCut fit. Knowing this, please exercise caution when putting them on. S7 booties are beautifully crafted, full of details to provide you with a worry-free, totally comfortable winter ride in style, perfectly matching your entire ASSOS outfit.
Brand ASSOS Gender Unisex Length No Colour Black
This chart serves as an indication only. Exact sizes may vary depending on individual body structure. Bibs might pull when standing upright- this is normal. Assos products are tailored for the cycling position. Cut anatomically without movement restriction on the bike.
Assos garments are cut to fit a cyclists' body. Meaning, Assos contours your body, protecting it without applying pressure when you are on your bicycle.
Not buying the right size (too big or too small) will either result in comfort, performance, or longevity problems. If a garment is too big, it will provoke skin irritation (because the garment moves around causes friction) and it will not keep you dry enough (the Assos "als" principle cannot function properly). When a garment is too small, the seams and fabric are under too much stress and this wil result in fabric pilling and deterioration.