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Cortech Vice Waterproof Riding Shoes

Features:

  • Constructed with a durable combination of water resistant leather and heavy duty canvas
  • HiPora waterproof, breathable membrane
  • Italian TecnoGI Thermoplastic heel cup and toe cap
  • Reflective Cortech logo and heel trim for night time visibility
  • Anti-slip rubber sole with reinforced shank for support
  • Black rust-free lace eyelets
  • Molded nylon ankle guards
  • 100% soft polyester lining
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Cortech Vice WP Riding Shoes
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Anuranjan P: Sneaker style, waterproof capability- for all day, everywhere usability. Apr 15, 2014
Nathan I: Slim toe profile for easy shifting. Apr 9, 2014
Andrew W: Stylish and waterproof. what more would you want? Mar 20, 2014
Fernando N: Great sneakers, love the toe box. Perfect for hot weather! Mar 14, 2014
Donna K: Thought they looked so cool. Feb 28, 2014
Thomaz M: Need a casual riding shoe to use all day. Nov 29, 2013
Forrest S: Sounds like exactly the mid weight shoe I'm looking for and the price is right too. Nov 18, 2013
Alexis G: It looks like the best bang for your buck.... Nov 16, 2013
Brian C: They are decent looking, and they hopefully fit well and provide adequate protection. Oct 5, 2013
Andy D: Great price, looks good and it seems like it would provide very good ankle protection. I wanted a high sneaker like shoe with-out having to get boots. Oct 1, 2013
Chuck M: Look I wanted for realistic price with good features. Sep 4, 2013
A S asked: Is the tongue stitched up to the top, like a gaiter type? It mentions it's waterproof, but I'm wondering if water would able to seep in at the laces/tongue? Jan 5, 2014
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Forrest S: The tongue is gusset ex and stitched up to about the second lace hole from the top. I suspect this will keep out light rain or most squalls but not for prolonged periods. The waterproofing seems fine, I've been wearing wearing mine as street shoes for a month now to break them in (they are sqweaky!) in snow and slush and they are just fine. If they were my only riding shoes I'd find some gaiters for the rain. Jan 5, 2014
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Chuck M: Ok I have never had them in the rain...but yes the tongue is stitched near the top...down a bit though, so the top few eyelets would likely leak. As long as your pants were long enough I think these would offer protection, but not likely to be sufficient for major touring or severe downpours. I do like these shoes and the shanked sole is nice. Jan 5, 2014
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Herminio M: Tongue is gaiter w/ exception of the top part of tongue. At that point of the boot length the top tongue will probably be under your pant legs. I don't believe water will be able to get thru the laces because that is also on the outside of the gaitered tongue. It you're riding thru rivers then this is the wrong boot to wear. Jan 5, 2014
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Bryson W: They are completely sealed up to the ankle section (after that the tounge is no longer inagrated). Unless you completely submerging these all the way up to the top you'll never have to worry. Jan 5, 2014
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Thomaz M: No, the tongue is not stitched up to the top. But I've been riding in very wet conditions and it is really waterproof. Jan 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: hi
do they have other protection then the heel?
Nov 18, 2013
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Cameron W: The heel is definitely the strongest part of the shoe, but the shoe goes up high enough to protect the ankles pretty well (with a pretty solid material that is also waterproof). The toes are protected pretty well, almost like steel toed boots (not sure if they are actually steel-toed). I think they are probably some of the much better boots you'll purchase for under $100. Nov 19, 2013
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Joshua B: Overall protection is superb. The toe area has the same protection as the heel and the entire shoe is built like a rock... They are actually extremely versatile, they're warm, comfortable and look like a pair of chucks when worn with pants.

Overall, I am very confident and happy with these riding shoes. Good luck!
Nov 18, 2013
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Richard D: Yes, there is a section of plastic around the heel- and toes. I originally gave the shoes 4 out of 5 because I hadn't used them enough when I submitted the review. I can definitely say 5 out of 5 after using them for a while. Nov 18, 2013
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Andy D: Hello. They have good ankle protection and great toe protection. Nov 20, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hi,

I was just wonering if this would make a good shoe for winter riding? It gets down to around 5*C (41*F) on a bad day, but this is rare and I know no boot or shoe will be warm in such weather.

I am after a sneaker style shoe for winter so, any opinions or advice?

Thanx!

P.S., Anthony, could you & the crew please make a video review for us?
Oct 16, 2013
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Joshua D: I've had these riding shoes for roughly a month or so now and have been using them just about every day. It hasn't got as cold as 40 (yet) but I've warn them down to 50 degrees with no issue. There' virtually no airflow through the riding shoes so you don't have the cold air chilling your feet. With a warm pair of socks I'm sure you'll be just fine :) Oct 17, 2013
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dennis g: Hi.. these riding shoes are good.. and comfortable.
I dont know how well they hold up in the cold. I've only used them in the summer and fall so far.. i would recommend these shoes to others..
I hope this makes your decision easier.
Take care..
Oct 17, 2013
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Andy D: I would ride with these shoes in the winter. I've ridden in 50* weather and didn't even think about my feet. They've stayed pretty warm while speeding on the freeway. For the price, they're solid shoes. Oct 17, 2013
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Cameron W: I wear nike running shoes still in winter and it really doesn't make much of a difference to my overall body temp. But if you want a warmer sneaker-ish boot, this would do the job because they aren't too big, but they are well made with waterproof material. =) Nov 19, 2013
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A shopper asked: What if you are between sizes, like an 11.5? Should I go up to the 12, or down to the 11? Nov 29, 2013
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Bryson W: I would suggest going down, my experience with the Vice is they run big! I wear 11's normally, but had to send the 11 in these back because they sized closer to a 11.5 or even 12.
10's fit like an 11 "sneaker".
Cheers!
Nov 29, 2013
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Forrest S: Go 12. Sizing is really good but better to be the teensiest bit big (thicker socks) than a bit small. Shows a Euro size 46 which is usually perfect for me, proved to be so in this case. Nov 29, 2013
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Andrew O: Definitely up. I wear 11 in most brands but these in size 11 did not fit Nov 29, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is the tongue stitched up to the top, like a gaiter type? It mentions it's waterproof, but I'm wondering if water would able to seep in at the laces/tongue? Jan 5, 2014
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Jim T: Tongue is not stiched all the way up. Fabric may be WP, but the construction seems like it would let water in during a heavy rain. Jan 5, 2014
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Steven B: The tongue is stitched to the side about 2/3 the way up. The top third is not stitched to the side. Jan 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: I was wondering how the sizing runs for this shoe. Do they tend to run small or larger than most typical major brands such as icon? Aug 8, 2013
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MICHAEL N: I wear a 10.5 medium width in pretty much all U.S. shoes. I talked to the staff since they go from size 10 then to size 11 with no 10.5. I ended up ordering the 10 and they fit perfect, neither too small nor too big. I have a little breathing room for my toes and they do not seem too wide but fit comfortably. It always helps to call and talk to the staff if you are in doubt. Aug 14, 2013
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Chris KStaff: Sure, TCX does tend to run a bit wide. Sizing is accurate, but the footbed is wide, so some end up ordering a size down if in the middle. Aug 8, 2013
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