Nalini B0W Overshoe review: A quality, lightweight option for spring

The B0W overshoes from Nalini are surprisingly warm and deliver an excellent fit

Nalini B0W overshoes
(Image: © Tom Wieckowski)

Cyclingnews Verdict

When not reaching for heavier-duty options the Nalini B0W overshoes have become my go to pair thanks to their great fit and lightweight warmth


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    Excellent fit

  • +

    Fleece lining provides a surprising amount of warmth

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    Good quality construction


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    The price is a little high

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    Won't do well in heavy rain

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Nalini B0W tech specs

Nalini B0W overshoes

(Image credit: Tom Wieckowski )

Price: £80 / €90
Sizes: Five
Weight: 95 grams per pair - Size M
Waterproof: No, DWR coating
Material: Elastane, Polyester, Polyamide

Spring is officially here, though it doesn't necessarily feel like it as I write this, and I'm still pulling a pair of overshoes on when I head out of the door on the bike at the moment. 

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Design A good design that just works and the fit is very good. The toe area may be a weak point long term9/10
Performance For dryer, faster rides without heavy rain they are a great option 9/10
Comfort Very good, soft inside and compressive all over without being restrictive, never caused me an issue10/10
Protection Will deal with spray and light rain, will succumb to heavy rain or spray, also deceptively warm 7/10
Value At the more expensive end of the spectrum and wont keep you 'wet but warm' 7/10
Row 5 - Cell 0 Total 84%

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Tom Wieckowski
Tech writer

Tom joined the Cyclingnews team in late 2022 as tech writer. Tom has over 10 years experience as a qualified mechanic with 5 or so of those being spent running an independent workshop. Tom has ridden and raced bikes from an early age up to a national level on the road and track and has ridden and competed in most disciplines, even the odd bit of bike polo. Tom is as happy tinkering away in the garage as he is out on the road bike exploring the Worcestershire lanes.