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The engine responds instantly to each twist of the accelerator, circles and intersections follow rapidly. The Asphalt boot was developed for sports riders who cannot do without technical footwear just because the weather is hot. A PU counter, a nylon heel, and elasticated inserts for a better grip on the bike are only a few of the technical solutions offered by the race-inspired Asphalt boots. A double jersey mesh liner, a shifter guard, and reflective inserts complete the technical features offered by this assertive shoe made in high tenacity fabric.
Homologation: CE - Category 2 - 89/686/EEC Directive
Ergonomics and Comfort:
High-tenacity polyamide fabric upper
Double jersey airgap liner
Speed lacing system
Padded insert for gear shifter guard
Reflecting insertsNon-slip sole
Note: The C2B designation indicates that the boots have gone through the CE Approval process for Europe. The boots are otherwise identical to the previous version they replaced.
These shoes are very stylish and comfortable, however they might not be your best choice if you have wide feet.
October 28, 2013
Pretty Good, But Not Great
These make a decent "around town" kind of boot and that's what I got them for. The biggest problem is they're simply not all that comfortable. They're definitely a little narrow in the tow box, but not horrible. Just lots of stiff plastic feeling. Now, I'm not naive, I know it's a riding boot so it's not suppose to fit like a sneaker. When I say they're uncomfortable, I just mean the interior isn't really all that well designed. My Sidi Cobras are night and day more comfortable, they just don't look nearly as good. It's definitely a trade off. Sadly, since I've worn them, I won't be returning them, but I'd pick up a more function forward boot if I were you. Style or comfort, take your pick I guess, but I'd pick comfort.
September 23, 2013
Overall great riding shoe
Great looking and comfortable riding shoe. They do run slightly narrow.
August 20, 2013
I've had these a month and really, really like them. As an urban and back-road weekend warrior I was looking for boots that were subtle in appearance and functional for the way I ride. For me, they're perfect for summer riding and am really happy I purchased them.
As far as fit, I wear US 9.5 with approximate 'D' width and found the euro 43 to be perfect. They're snug but not tight or uncomfortable - just how they should be. The video is spot on as far as the features, stiffness and safety aspects of these shoes so I won't repeat.
The area I'll elaborate on is on the speed-lace system. First, it works great and I love it. Second, the laces are long once you tight them and they will dangle off lateral side of your ankle after securing to the snap. At first you might ask 'why?' but It's really no big deal and I find the long laces are most likely there to make for easy loosening/removal. They don't get in the way and I've had no issue with them catching on to anything on my bike. I consider them as a unique feature of the boot as I like the look but if you don't, you can tuck them in.
I'm a fan - Ride Safe
June 14, 2013
Fits like a sock and it just as comfortable.
I've been super pleased with this boot. It fit snug and great on the bike. Super comfortable on the bike with great grip on the pegs even when wet. Flows a good bit of air, so cold weather is not really an option with it. Plus is doesn't look like a tricked out race boot, so wearing it around isn't to much of an issue under a pair of jeans. Can even pass for a semi formal foot wear. It's also comfortable enough that you can do some light walking with out it being an issue (think trip to the store/mall/resturant). Speed lace works great. Love these things.
May 2, 2013
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Scott H:I am an 11 US and went with 45, which fits perfectly. The 44 was just too small - sent it back to Revzilla. So, definitely the 44 if you're 10.5 - and you might still end up going with the 45.Oct 22, 2013
Christopher C:I have two other boots for riding and these are my favorites...the others don't vent at all but one is too tight and the other has a sole that is to flexible...so comfort is the real factor.
To get the air flow you need to tilt your toes down and you will feel the air come in....nice in the warm weather. Excellent shoe all around. Well built. If anything to say negative would be the laces. They work well but I don't like laces on the bike.
I am a US 10-10.5 and the 44 fit well with a little room...43 was too tight.
David F:I'm not familiar with the SMX-1 but I like everything about the Asphalt C2B. If you have a wide foot that would be the only drawback, they fit snug but I like that when riding and when off the bike they don't feel like a snow boot.Mar 2, 2014