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Alpinestars Net Air Boots

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.

Features:

  • Full grain leather upper with extended high abrasion resistant mesh inserts provides excellent cooling performance without compromising safety
  • Alpinestars 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
  • Dual foam reinforcement on the inner shin
  • 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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Alpinestars Net Air Boots 4.3 5 20 20
Pretty decent boot, after some massaging. The toe box was much larger than expected so I replaced the thin insoles with more robust versions and the fit improved. That did not improve the exterior oversize which was challenging to get under my shifter and what I could get under was nowhere near the reinforced shifter pad. The stiffness of the toe box prevented any feeling of the shifter with my foot. To remedy this I took my ball peen hammer to the toe box to soften up the leather and all was well after that. I then took a 2500 mile journey in temps ranging from 40° to 97°. I just barley started to feel a chill at 40° and at 97° there was enough airflow to dry the sweat. August 11, 2014
Not Summer Boots I purchased these because I had an accident before that broke my lower leg and was concerned about safety. After getting these boots on and driving around, I definitely felt much more confident. They fit true to size, easy to put on and take off, and comfortable enough to walk around in once broken in. However as the weather started getting into the 70s-80s, these boots became too hot. Granted I generally have hot feet in the warmer months, and once you're moving they feel fine. But if you really need airflow around the foot region, look elsewhere. Also not recommended if you're walking around a lot in the summer, unless you have a change of shoes for when you stop. June 2, 2014
Great summer boot The foot bed is wide enough to accommodate most feet. I don't need the slightly extra width but it leaves room for air to circulate. Once broken in they went unnoticed which is what I want with most of my gear. The sole has good grip and walking a moderate amount isn't an issue. Revzilla was great about returning a pair of boots that weren't as comfortable and making an exchange. Footwear (and helmets) is one of those iffy things size wise but I found their charts to be accurate and their return policy forgiving. May 12, 2014
No Real Complaints, GREAT boots. These boots are great for my everyday commute to work. I live in SoCal so it gets hot and I typically don’t ride when it’s wet out. The boots flow a nice amount of air and feel very sturdy. They took a couple of days to break in, but feel great when they do. I was concerned having the mesh panels, but that’s gone now that I have the boots. If you have wide feet these boots are great (I have a EE width). If you aren't sure about the sizing give the Gear Geeks a call (they run large) and don't go by the american sizing listed, its way off! Ankle protection is good and you can’t even tell it is there. My only gripe (typical of most motorcycle boots I’ve owned) is that the foot beds thin and are horrible after about a day. I swapped them out with some foot beds from my local sporting goods store and wow what a difference. All and all a great touring style boot that flows air and won't kill the budget.The boots are very well constructed and won’t disappoint. April 14, 2014
Alpinestars Net Air Boots These boots definitely Flow Air! No Complaints about that! Got your feet behind some fairings, hang them out on the Highway pegs and Presto Air flows through! I had to wear the boots for a half of an afternoon before they started breaking in and Sure Enough, the footbed started molding to my feet. Looks and Feels Quality for my money.. February 18, 2014
Great three season boot Putting together my riding outfit. These boots were the last purchase and it took me some time to pick out what I needed. I work second shift so I needed boots that protected me but were cooler in the summer heat but also kept my feet comfortable in the cold nights. They were stiff for the first two rides but now they are like good shoes. Easy on and off. I had to change my shift style because they are higher over my toes than my previous boots. They held the shifter a little higher and that caused me to miss the next higher gear. I just have to make sure I drop my toe a little lower as I up shift. Good looking boots that fit my needs. October 14, 2013
Nice boots with a flaw I like these boots unfortunately the stitching and glue has torn off on the lower part of one of them. It could be just be a bad bad boot because it has only happened to one of them. Other than that I like the boots. They run about a size big just like I read in some of the other reviews. September 23, 2013
Very comfortable Not so good to step on the brake pedal on a custom with foward controls, but it's worth the price! September 23, 2013
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Steve S: I chose these boots because I have always had great experience with A-Stars boots and clothes. Aug 22, 2014
David O: I ride where it is very hot, and in the event it does rain I can put booties over them. And the price was right. Jul 31, 2014
Terry G: Fit my needs for riding, easy on and off. Jul 31, 2014
REGAN P: I have some Sidi air low boots and found that my exposed lower shins start to almost burn at higher temps due to the heat coming off the radiators of my bikes. Plus I've always been concerned over the level of protection the low boots give me. Jul 23, 2014
John B: I have a pair of Alpinestar Scout boots that have been through thick and thin (near 40,000 miles so far) and I've been very pleased with them, but, I wanted a warm-weather boot with still a high level of protection. I plan to wear these in the hot but not rainy days of summer - not there are a ton of them, but, when your feet are cooking - the whole ride feels too hot. May 31, 2014
Jon S: I want a summer boot with lots of ventilation. I had an accident before so I want to be safe. Also want to be able to pull the pant legs over the top of the boot. Mar 6, 2014
Warren K W: I've been looking for a Summer Riding boot and it was between the ST Vented or the Net Air and the Net Air was the logical Best Basic choice. Feb 4, 2014
Michael B: clean design Nov 29, 2013
William L: The price is right, fit is very comfortable and these are great for warm rides everyday. Literally. I wear them everyday. They breathe more than a solid leather boot, they are comfortable enough to walk around in, don't stand out too much and are teh lightest footwear I own besides flip-flops. Sep 13, 2013
W H: These have been great year round commuting boots. The fit is wonderful in thick or thin socks. Sometimes I forget I'm wearing them around the office! They don't get wet during light rain (I ride a naked bike), but will be aquariums in downpours. All in all, great product for a good price. Aug 25, 2013
Erin L asked: Looking for a boot with lots of air flow- especially in hot humid weather. is this a full mesh on either side? I've tried boots with a wicking membrane, but that only caused really hot feet. These look like they'd work. Thanks.
Also- whats the best size for female size 9. 41?
May 11, 2014
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Eric L: It's a much tighter mesh than you find on most mesh jackets — almost more like a slightly more open weave cordura. There are large panels of it on the outside and over the instep and lower part of the shin (see the photo). The inside has a fair amount of it too but the zipper and flap over it block much of that. They're definitely cooler than solid leather boots.
I don't know about the size for women. I wear a men's 10.5-11, and these are just a bit too large in size 44, whereas the same size in Sidi or Dainese fits me perfectly (partly because I have narrow feet and Alpinestars are wider than the Italian brands).
May 11, 2014
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Joe C: Erin,
These boots are a good bang for the buck, but they do not flow the kind of air you are looking for. The material on the side and front of the boot is more like a canvas or nylon found on a textile jacket. When you are just putting around town do not expect a ton of air flow, although they are light and do not retain nearly as much heat as a full leather boot. On the highway there is some felt cooling but only at speed. I do like the look and feel of these boots and the quality is very good. Sorry, but not sure I can answer you question on the size. I wear a 13 mens and a 47 fit just right!

Joe
May 11, 2014
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Neil G: difficult to tell if it's mesh all the way through - all I can say for sure is that there's mesh on the outside and another layer of mesh on the inside. I don't know if there's anything in between the two layers but I see no wicking membrane unless it's designed to look like mesh too. I can confirm, though, that they work very well and you can feel the airflow over your feet. I bought them for hot and humid MD summers and they work really well. As far as size goes, I take a size 8UK / 9US and the boots I have are marked as size 9US 43european and they fit perfectly with just thin socks on. May 15, 2014
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Roger P: Hi Erin,

I've ridden with 2 other types of boots before these, using them for commuting. I did immediately notice more air flow from the fabric layer on the front but if I wore thick socks it kinda offset the air flow.

They are good everyday boots, but they are leather so don't expect total cool boots, but they aren't bad either.
The side panels aren't what Id call mesh, so I don't really think there is much airflow in them.
Hope this helps. Ride safe.
May 13, 2014
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William L: Hello, this is not full mesh on either side but there is breathable fabric on both sides. You will feel some airflow, especially if you wear wicking fabric socks. I wear Nike soccer socks in the these and if I poke my feet out a little they cool off when I'm moving 45 MPH+.

They are very light boots that are comfortable to walk in and ride in. Don't know about female sizing but if you call Revzilla they'll help you.
May 12, 2014
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Robert S: I wouldn't say these boots flow lots of air but there is some that gets through the mesh in the front. I haven't gotten too hot in them so they do work to keep your feet cooler than other boots.

I don't know women's sizing. I wear a men's size 8 in dress shoes and a 42 in the boots. A 41 sounds right. Revzilla is real good about exchanging if the ones you first buy do not fit well.
May 13, 2014
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WAYNE W: I have worn out 2 pair of BMW airflow boots and decided to try these for Summer riding. Compared to the BMW, these do not have much air flow and I think they are hot. HTH. May 11, 2014
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Sizing video for alpinestars (198)

Alpinestars Men's Shoe / Boot Sizing

EU Size

USA Size JPN Size
38 6 24
38.5 6.5 24.5
39 7 25
40 7.5 25.5
41 8.5 26
42 9 26.5
42.5 9.5 27
43 10 27.5
43.5 10.5 28
44 11 28.5
45 11.5 29
45.5 12 29.5
46 12.5 30
47 13 30.5
47.5 13.5 31
48 14 31.5

BOOT SIZING NOTES: The above sizing chart is provided by Alpinestars, in RevZilla's experience we have found the EUR->US sizing conversions as presented here to be slightly off. Below is RevZilla's recommendation for Men's Boots. 

EU Size

USA Size
42 8
43 9-9.5
44 10-10.5
45 11

As always, this size chart is only a guide and provides no guarantees of a perfect fit.

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

Click here to see the full Alpinestars Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 38 616652 251750-10-38/34020273 Out of Stock
Black / 39 616897 251750-10-39/34020274 Out of Stock
Black / 40 616898 251750-10-40/34020275 Out of Stock
Black / 41 616950 251750-10-41/34020276 Out of Stock
Black / 42 616951 251750-10-42/34020277 Out of Stock
Black / 43 616952 251750-10-43/34020278 Out of Stock
Black / 44 616899 251750-10-44/34020279 Out of Stock
Black / 45 616953 251750-10-45/34020280 Out of Stock
Black / 46 616653 251750-10-46/34020281 Out of Stock
Black / 47 616654 251750-10-47/34020282 Out of Stock
Black / 48 616655 2517501048/34020283 Out of Stock