These Sidi Blade Boots have dual compound sole with composite inner sole. Ankle ball pad. Replaceable nylon toe scuff pad. Fully encapsulated heel cup. DuPont polymer toe shift pad. Kent Vent air intake scoop for maximum airflow. Removable arch support. Double stitched in all high stress areas. Reflective heel panel. Velcro closure system. Perforated teflon treated nylon lining. The lightest boot in the Sidi line.
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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
from okinawa, japan
Comments about Sidi Blade Motorcycle Boots:
So far these shoes/boots are excellent, great traction even on wet roads, and the air intakes and breathability is awesome, I ride here in a hot, humid climate so wearing all the heavy gear isn't an option. These boots are stylish and comfortable while off the bike and has the added protection in the right place while on.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Great for riding to work
By Ken W
from So Cal
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I wear these when I ride to the office. Good ankle protection. Nice features. Fit true to size for me. Look good with jeans and they don't squeek a lot like my taller boots. Great for fair weather commuting on a motorcycle.
from Prospect Ct.
I use these boots while drag racing only. The Velcro straps work well but the rest of the boot is awful extremely uncomfortable and after 3 hr's in to a day of racing they hurt! I have had them a year now so I feel I gave them a chance. I will be replacing them shortly and will put them out at my trailer during a Mirock race stating FREE!!
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Ok.. I love em!
from Williamsburg, VA
I just retired a much much older version of these. I honestly can't even remember what the style name is but they're 12 years old... yes 12 years and they still look good and have held up incredibly. Surprisingly enough I had my heart set on the Sidi Apex until I tried them on. The upper cuff just wasn't tight enough around my leg. Way too loose... so when I tired these on the fit was familiar and the velcro tightening system allowed me to get the tight fit where i needed it. It was disappointing about the Apex but I feel that these will perform well...hopefull just as well as my last pair. I'm still breaking them in and have only had a couple rides in them but I can't already feel them becoming more comfortable. Sidi boots are incredible...
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