Made for the cyclist who likes to stop for their coffee or beer, these cleat covers by Look are meant to be popped on before walking around in your cleats. The rubber grips placed on the top and bottom make it so you're not sliding around while walking to your lunch stop, protecting your cleats all the while.
These cleats come in 3 different float variants of 0-, 4.5-, and 9- degrees. Make sure when you are checking out that you are purchasing the version with the amount of float that you prefer.
User reviews surrounding this model differ vastly, as this item seems to be useful based more on personal preference. Many users claim that the rubber on the bottoms of these cleat covers makes for a LOT of squeaking while you're walking around, or even during the ride if you choose to use them then. In addition, it seems that the rubber wears off of the Grips a lot quicker than expected. Others say that the noise is well worth staying on your feet while walking, and that these covers help provide extra float on the ride, protecting your joints and making longer rides more comfortable.
If you're looking for a cleat cover that provides the same service but without the rubber, we would recommend checking out the Keo Cleats Model. Users claim that the model sans grip, while a bit more slippery, is easier to pop on and off and doesn't wear as quickly as the Grips.