Consider me a fair weather winter roadie. By fair weather, I mean dry and no cooler than 39F / 4C ... that's where I draw my line in the snow err sand. I'm looking for some advice on shoe covers.
When it gets down to 39F / 4C, I put on a simple set of Pearl Izumi toe covers over my cycling shoes and then put a ziploc sandwich baggie over my socks. It works for awhile and almost long enough, but my toes eventually get cold bringing an end to the fun.
So, will knit shoe covers (aka big over socks) gain me anything if I use them with my current set-up? http://www.capocycling.com/apparel/booties/cordura-shoe-cover
And what about the thinnest of overshoes over top of my current set-up? http://www.giro.com/us_en/ultralight-aero-shoe-cover.html
Thanks and stay warm out there! (And for those of you in warmer climes right now, please don't rub it in.)