ToeJamm Gear Shift Covers prevent up-shift scuff marks on your expensive sneakers, shoes and boots. Motorcyclists should always wear protective gear. When it comes to footwear however, many of us are unwilling to wear dedicated motorcycle boots every time we ride. Convenience, style and comfort are some of the reasons why we choose to ride in street shoes.
Stock "toe-only" style shifters have a black rubber "shifter boot" on the shift lever. The shifter boot is what causes up-shift scuff marks, stains and tears.
Motorcycle boots usually have a "shift patch" on the left boot to prevent "functional" damage, but even they get scuffed and look terrible in just a few rides. Street shoes and sneakers don't have any protection whatsoever and the inevitable result is scuff marks on all of your riding shoes.
Whether or not you ride to work and require dress shoes or just prefer to wear your street shoes when you ride, remember:
"Cover Your Shaft! Protect Your Shoes!"
MEASURE YOUR SHIFTER
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- Genuine Velcro ® Product.
- Covers the black rubber part of Shifter.
- Protects footwear from up-shift scuff marks.
- Color Fast dye will not stain or bleed when wet.
- CNC Die-Cut for a precise fit.
- Nylon stitched seams and edges for durability.
- Does not alter shiffting charecteirstics or "feel".
- Installs in seconds without tools or glue.
ToeJamm Gear Shift Covers provide a simple and effective solution to prevent up-shift scuff marks.
ToeJamm is unique because they’re made from “Mono-Directional Stretch” Velcro. This fabric is elasticized in one direction only and is CNC die-cut to within a +/- 2mm tolerance to insure a precise fit. All cut edges are Nylon Stitched so they won't rip, fray or tear.
ToeJamm Gear Shift Covers are available in 7 Standard and custom sizes* to accommodate motorcycles with “Toe-Only” style shifters.
* Please contact us for more infomation.
Harley Davidson With ToeJamm
Posted by Unknown on 21st Nov 2013
After 2 months, it is still in one good looking piece which is much better than the competition. Will see after a year of use.
Posted by Mick Van Poeteren on 1st Nov 2013
I saw this product in AIM magazine and thought I'd try it because I've been putting up with scuff marks on my boots for years.Having used the Toe Jamm for sometime now I find it lives up to its description and I can't fault the product.