Cortech Vice WP Riding Shoes
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Cortech Vice Waterproof Riding Shoes

Cortech Vice WP Shoes combine water-resistant leather with heavy duty canvas to make a riding shoe that is stylish both on and off your bike. The Hipora membrane is waterproof and breathable, keeping your feet cool and dry, no matter the weather. Add to that the reflective panels on the heels and the grippy rubber sole, and you'll find the Cortech Vice Waterproof Riding Shoes will fit all your wants and needs.

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
3.9 / 5
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3.9 / 5
Protection & Durability
3.8 / 5
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3.8 / 5
Comfort
3.9 / 5
Style
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Cortech Men's Footwear Sizing

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7 40
8 41
8.5 42
9 43
10 44
11 45
12 46
12.5 47
13 48
14 49

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Already falling apart
I bought these in early March. It's now June and after only 500 miles of riding, the shoes are falling apart. Incredibly disappointing as I only ever wear these shoes while riding.

The top two lace holes on the right shoe are tearing out, and on the left shoe a dime-sized patch has worn in from the shifter.

Shame too because I liked the fit, comfort, and style. The protection seemed adequate too (thankfully never needed to test) .

I've reached out to Cortech to see about a warranty or something because I can't help thinking this is a bit overly extreme for the lifespan of these shoes, but I'm not hopeful.
June 24, 2014
Ride:
2014 Kawasaki Ninja 300 ABS
Great buy......awesome shoe!
I have been searching for a decent riding shoe/boot for my daily commutes without wearing "space boots". I had been looking at the Dainese Technical Sneaker and the TCX X-Street Waterproof shoes. I love Dainese but I felt the price was a little steep for what most people felt was a regular sneaker and RevZilla was out of stock of TCX X-Street. Then I saw the Cortech Vice Waterproof shoe. The price is definitely more in the range of what I wanted to pay for a shoe with some extra support for my commutes. It doesn't look like I just stepped onto the moon either. It is a hi top sneaker with reinforcements in the right areas. You can feel it in the ankles, heel, and toe area. The material is a nice thick cordura like material which is a lot better than just wreathing something thin like Chuck's. There is a nicely placed reflective trim near the heal, and it doesn't take away from the shoe at all. The leather accents give this shoe a unique style while offering some reinforcement in key areas. The contrasting white stiching throughout the shoe adds to the look as well. Just as good looking as Dainese' Technical Sneaker and the TCX X-Street shoe. Another determining factor for me over Dainese was the shank in the sole of the shoe. Dainese did not have this feature in the sole, so it is a lot more flexible due to this fact. I like the extra support in the sole because it feels better to me when shifting. The waterproofing of the shoe is another plus and they seem to breathe well too. I still plan on getting the TCX X-Street ones for the fall and winter but since they are leather, and judging from the reviews, probably a little warm for the summer. So far the Cortech shoes seem pretty comfortable, they seem well made and the styling is spot on! I am glad I found these at RevZilla. Lastly, I am not sure if this is the norm, or if it is because these are new but they came straight from Cortech. That being said, I received them in like 2 days which is awesome. Love Revzilla and love my new Cortech Vice WP shoes.
August 3, 2013
Ride:
2013 Ducati Monster 696
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Must-have foot protection for street riding.
This is an awesome alternative to a full-on race boot if you're only riding street. This has all the protection you'll need for the street without a large price tag. They're also very comfortable. Any time I ride to work I end up wearing these all day long, and I work retail so I'm always standing and walking around which really says something. My one complaint is that they're pretty squeaky. Sometimes it's not so bad, but other times it gets pretty loud. Squeaking around while walking isn't a bad trade-off for solid foot protection in my book though, so I certainly recommend these.
January 11, 2014
Ride:
2003 Honda CBR600RR
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Great Buy!
I love my Chuck Taylor's and these come pretty darn close to it with the added protection. I haven't ridden with them yet but I wanted to write a review on the sizing. I wear an 8.5 and I ordered an 8.5 and they fit the same as my sneakers. The only issue I have is the width of the Cortech, it's a bit narrow. I'm a med width and these feel tight. I'm hoping that It will stretch out after some use. But, they are not tight enough that I need to return them. If you have a wide feet might be worth talking to the Techs at Revzilla, maybe a larger size might be the answer? As for the padding on the base of the Cortech, let's just say that if you worn Chucks before, you can expect the same feel to it. If you want more comfort, some paddings from Walmart should fix that. Overall, I am happy with my purchase. They look great and for the price.... can't beat it.

I love buying from Revzilla, I live in Hawaii and free shipping don't come by very often. I hope they make this promotion a permanent option (hint hint)! Revzilla's no question asked return policy is awesome so if you are thinking about purchasing something I say go for it! what do you have to loose other than the return shipping if you ever need to return or exchange?
September 6, 2013
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
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A nice casual boot.
I was looking for something I could wear at work after riding in or while running errands without feeling like a Power Ranger. These fit the bill nicely. In person they just look like chunky All Stars. They're plenty comfortable for a moderate amount of walking but you won't want to go on a hike in them. They're priced similarly to a decent leather work boot but with motorcycle specific safety features which is nice. The one thing I was not prepared for was how much my feet sweat while wearing them. Don't let the sneaker styling fool you, these things don't breath at all.

Overall they seem like a good casual boot and I would buy them again.
May 5, 2014
Ride:
2007 Suzuki DR-Z400SM
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
I recommend the cortech shoes
Cortech vice wp shoes. 
    First, revzilla. The price was as good as or better than the other stores I went to, plus no shipping/handling charge and they payed my tax( we're in the same state )! Best of all, they got them to me in two days. Because of my age -two to six weeks in still in my head- I know things are faster now but two days...that's great service.
 
  Now, the shoes- I really like them. I wear boots in the winter or bad weather and chucks in the summer. I figured it was time to get something better than chucks. I have a 45 minute ( hour or so with traffic ) commute to work, some surface roads, a bit of highway then a couple of windy back roads. I've had the shoes for about a week and put over 250 miles on them, I also wore them at work. Out of the box they where stiff but have gotten much better, they are comfortable now. No problem on the bike but they feel a little closer to boots because of the shank. My bike's pretty stripped down and vibrates a bit but didn't transfer through the shoes like tennis shoes. No problem at work, I'm not on my feet all day but don't sit the entire time either. Got rained on twice, medium rain, no problem for the shoes, no heavy rain yet.  Pretty much what you would think, not as clunky or hot as boots but not as light as chucks, not as much protection as boot but much more than chucks. I definitely recommend them. 
August 13, 2013
Bang For The Buck
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bad purchase for the $$
Protection and comfort are great but poor quality glues and materials the first day i put these on i notice the black stripe on sole has this paint or ink that never drys and in just 15 minutes walking around the house getting my things ready to ride the cortech logo came off the rear of one shoe and the other was halfways to come off 4 hours later i took them off and it left my light gray socks with this ink or paint thats in shoe fabrics i uploaded picture an with the glues used to make these shoes i doubt they are water proof i dont think it would keep water from going in I wont buy this brand ever again
July 22, 2015
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Poor quality materials and contruction
I have owned this shoe for 6 months and I bought it from a local store. By far this is the worst shoes I have owned.
Initially the they were great for the price but within 60 days the inner lining started to tear at the heal section in both shoes. Then after about 3 months I noticed the rubber sole was actually separating from the left shoe and shortly after the right started following its brother. I am quite new to riding only been riding for a year an some change, so I bought these with a budget in mind. These shoes are of a poor quality and should be priced as such. For another 30 to 40 bucks you can definitely get something ten times better that will last.
March 3, 2014
Ride:
1981 Yamaha XV750 Virago
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
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5 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Great shoe, great price
These are pretty great. Not too heavy like my more purpose-driven Alpine Stars boots, though of course you get far less protection with these. Overall, I think it's a great blend of comfort, style, and protection. Great for my everyday commutes. I've walked around in them all day on multiple occasions and they're fine, even in warmer weather (~75F).
January 19, 2016
Ride:
2012 Kawasaki Ninja 250R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
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4 / 5
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Casual look with great protection
They look just like any normal casual shoe, but the feeling you get is a lot more secure and tough. They reinforcements are all in the right place and are very tough. They are at a perfect height and made well. they are Waterproof so they venting is to a minimum, I have not had me feet hot at all, just need to not good socks.

I wear them all the time and has given me more confidence with my feet having more support and protection. They bend very well for when you are in a sport bike like position with your legs and ankle bent a lot.
March 22, 2016
Ride:
2013 Triumph Daytona 675R
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Why did you choose this?
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All-purpose riding shoe (waterproof important) and also wearable as casual footwear
A S on Oct 19, 2016
style combined with moderate protection factor
Dominic G on Sep 30, 2016
All-purpose riding shoe (waterproof important) and also wearable as casual footwear
A S on Oct 19, 2016
Style and maybe safer than the vans i usually ride in. We will see
Alyssa B on Oct 19, 2016
style combined with moderate protection factor
Dominic G on Sep 30, 2016
chuck taylors just don't cut it
joe l on Sep 7, 2016
Good value with stylishly cool looks, practicality and protection.
Alex A on Jun 29, 2016
I like that these have waterproof leather, my size, and being they will cover my ankles.
Steven D on Jun 14, 2016
They look like sneakers not to pricey.
Jonathan I on Apr 30, 2016
I bought these shoes last year and have worn them out. I think they wore out way too quick, but they worked so well, and i got so many compliments on them that i just have to buy another pair.
A S on Apr 18, 2016
I have a pair of Cortech boots already and I like their quality for their price and fitment. These shoes are a great price for a brand that I trust. I like the style and how they seem to just go up a tad taller up on the ankles than the other shoes.
Joni S on Dec 25, 2015
Gift for boyfriend. his favorite shoes are Vans.
Misty W on Dec 16, 2015
I do more street than track. Fits and looks great!
Merick P on Sep 7, 2015
Nice casual looking boot with some degree of bike boot protection
I S on Apr 22, 2015
price and design
Tony C on Apr 18, 2015
Nice WP commuter shoes. I'm a commuter with a 17-20 min ride. I knew my commute was low-key, no highway, so just wanted some decent WP riding shoes. Comfortable, but makes squeaking noises when walking.
Christopher B on Mar 16, 2015
Big, stiff, and a bit uncomfortable for me. I guess I was expecting comfy high tops and these are really lace up motorcycle boots that look like high tops - from a block away. I'm sure they do their job well, but I returned them. My Sidi Canyon Gortex boots are more comfortable by comparison.
Robert H on Oct 24, 2014
Need protection of a boot but want the casual every day look of a shoe.
John N on Oct 18, 2014
Stylish and protective
Matthew S on Sep 15, 2014
looking for a lighter weight riding shoe for the summer .I wanted it to be wp and reasonably priced.After reading many reviews these looked to be what I was looking for .I'll let you know once I get them and try them out.
Terry R on Jul 6, 2014
Style and fit! Love these boots.
Peter D on May 31, 2014
Looking for good high top shoe for general riding and comfort while walking. Excellent in both regards and doesn't hurt they look good.
Tom M on May 3, 2014
Sneaker style, waterproof capability- for all day, everywhere usability.
Anuranjan P on Apr 15, 2014
Slim toe profile for easy shifting.
Nathan I on Apr 9, 2014
Stylish and waterproof. what more would you want?
Andrew W on Mar 20, 2014
Great sneakers, love the toe box. Perfect for hot weather!
Fernando N on Mar 14, 2014
Thought they looked so cool.
Donna K on Feb 28, 2014
Need a casual riding shoe to use all day.
Thomaz M on Nov 29, 2013
Sounds like exactly the mid weight shoe I'm looking for and the price is right too.
Forrest S on Nov 18, 2013
It looks like the best bang for your buck....
Alexis G on Nov 16, 2013
They are decent looking, and they hopefully fit well and provide adequate protection.
Brian C on Oct 5, 2013
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.
Andy D on Oct 1, 2013
Look I wanted for realistic price with good features.
Chuck M on Sep 4, 2013
Style and maybe safer than the vans i usually ride in. We will see
Alyssa B on Oct 19, 2016
chuck taylors just don't cut it
joe l on Sep 7, 2016
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?
A S on Jan 5, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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.
hi
do they have other protection then the heel?
A shopper on Nov 18, 2013
BEST ANSWER: 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.
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?
A shopper on Oct 16, 2013
BEST ANSWER: 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 :)
What if you are between sizes, like an 11.5? Should I go up to the 12, or down to the 11?
A shopper on Nov 29, 2013
BEST ANSWER: 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!
How does the width run?
mark e on Jul 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: These are great boots for the price. They have standard fitment. Very comfortable on and off the bike. They are waterproof. I noticed they had a weird feeling out of the box like the soles were coated with something but who touches their shoes right? They are a little warm don't breath well. But great riding shoes over all.
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?
A shopper on Jan 5, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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.
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?
A shopper on Aug 8, 2013
BEST ANSWER: 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.
Is this shoe CE approved?
A shopper on Mar 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yup
My feet are kind of on the un-smallish size and I'm looking for riding sneakers. My foot without shoes is 12" and I can get away with wearing Adidas shell-top sneakers in a size 15 (16 in most other brands). Anyone know what the inside length is on the size 14's?
A shopper on May 17, 2014
BEST ANSWER: As far as i know these were pretty on point on the sizing.. i wear a 10.. u might have to contact the company that makes them for better info.. the riding shoes are comfortable and seem durable..
good luck..
safe riding.
Hi, after less than only 4 months of ownership and 500 riding miles of actual use, I'm finding my shoes are falling apart. Do you know if there's any manufacture warranty?
Randall J on Jun 23, 2014