The Net Air boot is a lightweight, full length boot which uses a unique leather/mesh construction to provide excellent protection and ventilation qualities for the ultimate in comfortable summer road touring. Safety - Dual density ankle cups with foam padding - Full grain leather upper with extended high abrasion resistant mesh inserts provides excellent cooling performance without compromising safety - Exclusive compound rubber out sole is extremely durable and comfortable - Inner heel counter toe-box reinforcement for extra rigidity
- Padded dual density ankle cups offer support and impact protection
- Heel reflective insert improves rider visibility on the road
- 3D mesh inner calf lining and textile calf collar lining for a luxurious fit
- Deep medial side zipper with a Velcro® flap closure allows easy fitment of the boot and unobtrusive fastening while riding
- Removable anatomic perforated EVA foot bed provides the foot with a more natural posture while riding increasing comfort and reducing fatigue
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Summer Riding: spot on!
from San Diego, CA
Comments about Alpinestars Net Air Vented Motorcycle Boots:
I've been using them all summer long, more than 3,000miles: they seem to be very well made and IMO they'll last long, which is a plus. Add the fact that they're very lightweight yet protective. They're great both on and off the bike: very flexible and the sole has a good grip.Being a summer product it should probably come in a brighter color.Does not have a Goretex membrane, but are you scared of a summer shower!?I imagined nice see thru mesh when I orederd - but it's not as open, but it's not all bad news: I wore the boots at an all-day, non-stop, 95deg and I was surprised that is was very comfy, not stuffed at all.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Just went for the first ride in them!
from Peoria, Illinois
I have a cbr 600 f4i. I just got them yesterday. Went for a little ride today. First things first, stiff in the beginning but that's expected. If I leave my heel on the peg it's hard not to slam on the rear brake or I have to take my heel off the peg to apply small pressure to the rear brake. That's not important though because who uses the rear brake. Upshifting is good but downshifting you really have to pay attention to bringing your toe back high enough to be able to downshift in the next gear. Once these wear in though I feel it will be a great boot. Walking around is pretty comfortable though walking up and down stairs feels weird. I've always worn steel toe boots so it will take a little bit to get used too. I will review these again once I have worn them awhile and they break in.
Great touring boot
from Columbus, IN
Good fit true to size, feels breezy yet closed and can keep water out, and grippy soul.These boots are very stiff at first. I could not bend my ankle to shift, and when I tried to I couldn't feel the peg through the thick leather. I had to break them in on my touring bike before I would dare test them on my sport bike. I recommend wearing them inside for a while and flex your ankle to get creases started, then take them off and bend them around to make the flex creases more pronounced. After that you''ll be able to shift, although numb until that section breaks in. This may be a negative to some, but in a crash scenario I'd rather have too thick of leather than a fluffy feel, and that's why you're looking at this boot and reading my review, right? So yeah, a premium brand boot made from good materials for a budget boot price. I say go for it, but take it easy at first.
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