Sole -Soft lugged sole for maximum grip -Composite inner sole Protection -Rigid, shock resistant, anatomically shaped heel for maximum protection
-Malleolus external guard to enhance protection of those tender small foot bones
-Split grain leather inner anti-wear / heat panel.
Fit & Function
-Single Flex System upper
-Exclusive cam-lock buckle system
-Replaceable buckle system
-Removable arch support
-Top grain leather and Lorica construction
-Slim, cool non-bootie design
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Yes, yes, yes!
By Ken W
from So Cal
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Comments about Sidi Adventure Gore-Tex Motorcycle Boots:
Yes, they are expensiveYes, they are greatYes, they are my favorite boots for adventure riding!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Comfort out of the box
By Cactus Bob
from Pueblo, Colorado
Last summer I took a 5 day off-road ADV trip in Colorado. It rained part of every day; with cheap boots my feet were wet and cold all week...never again! Sidi's are expensive but the comfort and waterproofing will be worth it. I have not worn them in inclement weather yet but they are the most comfortable boots I have worn, right out of the box. Quality shows. Sizing: I normally wear an 11 wide shoe. I ordered an an 11 (Europe 45) and they were a bit tight so exchanged for a 46 which fits perfect.I would rate these 5 star but I have not tested the waterproofing in the field yet.
May be the Ultimate Boot!
from Fairbanks, Alaska
This is the second pair of SIDI boots I have owned. I bought the first pair in 2003. They are a road boot with Gore-Tex. The model was discontinued years ago but the boots are still with me and still used each riding season. I see nothing to make me believe these Adventure Gore-Tex boots won't last at least as long. Quality is obvious throughout.I wanted them, I ordered them, I dreaded putting them on. They are tall boots with hard protection every where. I knew they had to be hard to put on and would be extremely stiff. Oh what a wonderful surprise they were. They went on very easily and did not need a break-in period. They are a tall boot so they aren't quite as comfortable as a pair of tennis shoes but I can easily wear them all day long whether I am on the bike or walking around.The pronounced heel helps you keep your feet on the pegs when the going gets rough. The lug sole provides good traction on any surface. They are waterproof but breath very well so your feet do not get hot. They are expensive but I imagine they will out last two or three pair of the cheaper boots. Bottom line, I can not imagine a better dual sport boot.
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