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The Axial Pro In Boots is the maximum expression of the Dainese technology and experience applied to a boot that offers the rider the highest levels of safety, comfort and functionality. Constructed of Lorica, D-Stone fabric, and leather, inside it displays the D-Axial system in Carbon and Kevlar, developed to reduce the risk of twisting the ankle and provide greater protection in case of impact in synergy with the sole, the shock absorbing heel, and the steel insert at the heel. Stainless steel sliders and nylon toe and outsole offer the rider additional elements of safety. Equipped with an interior tightening strap that helps avoid fracture and sliding off of the boot, and with the possibility for fastening to the inside of the pants, the Dainese Axial Pro In Boots become a perfect whole with the suit in order to reduce the risk of getting caught on foreign objects in case of fall and to improve riding precision, thanks to reduced dimensions, lower weight, and better aerodynamics.
D-Axial jointed anti-ankle twist back system in Carbon and Kevlar
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A s: Wonderful boot, very comfortable and very protective. Already plan on buying these again, I wouldnt consider using anything else after these.Jun 16, 2015
Ken A: Too see if they are really that nice. I'm looking for a boot that fits better If they are great, I hope soApr 21, 2015
John J: I desired a high quality,comfortable boot. Italian made. Reviews were helpful.Feb 6, 2015
Alexander T: Study enough for the track, yet comfortable and fashionable enough for casual wear.Nov 29, 2014
Ricardo d: "I liked the style, color and I am a big fan of this brand. I have the jacket and the have just bought the pants to match with this boot."Nov 28, 2014
Kent A: Form and function suit my needs exactly. Unfortunately the Australian distributor only imports limited sizes and colours, but at least I was able to try on a larger size to gauge suitability for my feet. Then a web search bought up your product review and that coupled with other reviews plus the service that you appear to offer (web experience has been excellent so far!) helped me decide to buy a pair from you.
Hopefully you'll be able to source a pair from Italy without too much delay :-)Nov 24, 2014
Ron T: Good tactile feel compared to bulkier boots.Sep 4, 2014
DAVID C: Want a high performance race boot and can tuck under riding jeans.Aug 23, 2014
Michael P: Ex racer and mechanic now road and dirt rider and have used Dianese racing gear extensively and found all Dianese products to be very good. Reviews on this boot indicate a high standard of comfort, quality and safetyMay 20, 2014
VÃctor R: because i have a jacket and gloves Dainese, i like this brandMay 20, 2014
Charles B: I'm a military member stationed in Europe and require a top rated boot to handle the high-speed autobahn and twisty European country roads.Apr 4, 2014
A. Dustin S: so comfortable they feel like socks.Jan 14, 2014
A. Dustin S: I wanted a pair of non flashy boots that will protect as well as compliment my bike and outfit. Also big fan of Rossi.Dec 10, 2013
Ahmad S: This is the best riding shoes l have ever worn. So professional, so comfortable, so protective, and very stylish. Trying the in boits would really make you consider wearing other boots from there on. Hats off for DaineseNov 18, 2013
Richard W:My friend has large calls as well and he did not have an issue wearing the boots however, he was unable to get his pants (dainese) to zip over his calves and boots. They are an awesome boot just be sure the pants you choose will work. He is just getting another pair for track days and keeping these for street use as they fit nicely under a pair of jeans. I do not have this problem with these boots but I have bird legs. The boots do not disappoint!Mar 29, 2015
Gino C:As Billy E stated above, those with extra large calves may have trouble zipping up the boot all the way to the top. I have a pair of size 10 US/43 Euro, and my 16 inch calves are barely contained in the stretchable top section. Foot fits perfectly, but I had to strain and yank the top around my calf to finally get the zipper to close, and even then I was worried it might bust open. A very, very tight fit, almost but not quite to the point of cutting off blood circulation. I'm hoping it gets a bit more loose after breaking it in a bit.May 31, 2015
Stacey E:I can't say for certain, but I can tell you this. Although the calf area on the boot is adjustable utilizing Velcro straps, I consider my calfs to be small-medium and after I strap on the boots there is some room for adjustment but not much. Hope this helps.Apr 1, 2015
Nate S:im about 5'9 160lbs, for me these boots come up to just below my calfs so they shouldn't be a problem. Plus they are very flexible the higher up your leg they go and the Velcro straps make them very adjustable for the calves. hope this helps. happy riding.Apr 12, 2015
Billy E:These boots are not for anyone who have large calfs, received them today...foot slides in easily, feels greats support around the ankle but once I start bringing the back zipper up...can only make it about halfway up...sucks!Apr 10, 2015
Ryan K asked:I love quality as much of the next guy. I've been doing as much reading yup on these boots as humanly possible. I love them and I think there beautiful but are they worth it. I mean it's a big step up in price to move from the top level out to these top level in boots. So in a nutshell, are they worth it? Are they worth that extra jump in price from a functional, comfort and performance aspect?Aug 22, 2013
Carmelo A:I think so. I went with these from the Sidi Vortice. I love the features of the Vortice but the first thing I noticed with the Axial Pro is the comfort and sensitivity. I can easily feel my foot controls so shifting and trail braking is not as vague,
In addition, they fit under my leather pants which is way more comfortable than having boots squeezing the pant zippers when the boots are over them. The Axial Pros are also comfortable to walk around in for when I'm at an event which is an unexpected bonus (wasn't a factor in my buying decision). Finally they go on and off quickly.
I haven't been down with these but we see them in MotoGP (Rossi et al) so their protection is there (and you can tell when you handle them).
Yes, they are more expensive but they are well worth it if you can afford them. I would definitely buy another pair.Sep 2, 2013
Zaid A:Hi Ryan, I bought these boots about 2 months ago, like you, did a lot of homework and finally decided on them. And being that I was protected with Revzilla's return policy just in-case, it was an easy decision. So far, I am very happy with them. They may seem not to provide top notch protection like other models, but then it is not as bulky and does not look like astronaut boots. From a comfort standpoint I would give it a 4 star, looks 5 star, Air flow 4 stars, value 3.5-4 stars as they are expensive relatively speaking. Hope this helps.Aug 22, 2013
Colin M:The bottom line is 'Yes'. I agree, I thought the same, are they worth it? I bought a pair and I find them very comfortable and I just don't want to wear my old boots. My problem was that my old leather pants would not close at the bottom with the boots inside, so rather than send them back, I bought a new pair of pants: that's how much I like them. Now I have to work a lot of overtime to pay for them, but I'm happy.Aug 26, 2013
Michael H:Very ergonomic under leathers (I like Dainese Alien for street), and more comfortable than anything else I have tried. I haven't crashed my 1199 yet so I can't provide firsthand protection info, but they should be very good in that department. How much are your ankles and feet worth?Aug 23, 2013
Aldo W:They are top quality and protect really well ( at least good enough for the motogp guys) but they are not as comfy as a pair of Super tech R. I bought them because off the track I wear a 2 pieces dainese and can wear them casually under jeans.Aug 22, 2013
Eddy H:I love these boots. I had dropped my bike and broken my ankle. That's why I upgraded my traditional boots to these. It's very comfortable and walkable. Yes, it is pricey but you pay for what you get.Aug 29, 2013
Hesham A:I don't own Torque RSs but from photos it looks like their (especially for the Out version) shin protection area is bigger than the axial's. The suit's shin protectors covers n provides a tighter fit in the axial's case. I wouldn't feel protected with the axial pro without the racing suit. I hope this helps. Apr 23, 2014
Ryan O:There is a carbon fiber kevlar weave shin plate. When you wear the boot with leathers your shin protected from the knee to ancle. Without leathers it reaches the top of the boot. Beautifull boots awesome to ride in. Great protection Apr 23, 2014
Garrick V asked:Anyone wear these as a commuter? I recently tried on a pair and they felt great, though just not sure saving a bit of money on the Torque-In might hold up a bit better based on the reviews.Oct 13, 2013
Eric Y:I tried both axial pro is very comfortable compared to torque in. The axials are much easier to fit inside the zip up suit legs and much less bulky if you are going to wear them under jeans or textile gear instead. I wouldn't wear either for off the bike for an extended time though or you will sound like an elephant stomping around all day.. the carbon fiber reinforcement in the axial can be tight on your ankles if you don't get the right size as well. I have also low sided at the track in my boots and they held up well enough to justify using them again so consider that in the price as well.Oct 14, 2013
Jutas A:For commuter, I would get something more comfortable to walk around in. Also the advantage of having the "in" boot is that is connects to your racing suit easily. I think Torque in/out would be better investment if you want a good safety boot. Good luck.Oct 14, 2013
Ahmad S:I have both the Torque in and Axial pro in as well.. Its fun and comfortable to commute in, and is as equally protective and flexible as the axial pro in,,, the price difference is not worth minimal difference between both boots. The axial pro in though is easier to wear and take off than the Torque inDec 9, 2013
A shopper asked:From what I understand, the velcro just stops the suit from sliding up a during riding. However all of the protection is still there within the boot itself. So if one were not use the velcro, like in an Alpine Stars suit, the suit would just slide over top of the boot sleeve (not up and over, just around over) so as to not restrict movement like the velcro would. Just trying to make it more of an option for those of us who want the boots but have had a different suit for awhile and cant afford a brand new Dainese suit. Thanks.Feb 6, 2013
RevZilla:Oddly enough, I tell customers who want Axial (or any In boots) Pros but do not own a Dainese suit to do this all the time. This is the only way to prevent the tearing/pulling of the mesh in a race suit. Keep in mind, that you don't need any special Velcro, something from Home Depot will suffice. You're right though, it would be a lot easier if the boots came from the factory with a removable Velcro option.Feb 6, 2013
ChrisT:I did exactly that. I went to a crafts store and bought a couple strips of the fuzzy side of velcro and just stuck 'em to the boots to keep the velcro from snagging on the lining of my suit...and everything else that velcro snags on. Worked like a charm. I have a Dainese Stripes suit, which doesn't have the velcro sewn in, so it was fraying the lining. I think the lowest suit in the Dainese line-up that has it is the Laguna, which isn't cheap. They should have sewn the fuzzy side to the boots in my opinion so this wouldn't be an issue, but they didn't. Oh well. By the way, the purpose of the velcro feature on the boot is to stop your foot/leg from twisting side to side independent of the suit, and thus greatly reducing the possibility of potentially breaking your leg/ankle from that kind of torsion in a crash, not just to keep the suit from sliding up. Actually a fantastic safety feature, if you can take advantage of it. Boots are still awesome though. Hope this helps.Mar 29, 2013
A shopper asked:The listed feature includes "suit to boots fastening system", where it is mentioned the boots may be worn and fastened by Velcro under certain suits. Please advise on the specific suit/pants model that will go with the Velcro fasteners.Dec 21, 2011
Joel P:Only current Dainese 1-piece track suits (except the Stripes suit) have the velcro in the calves to match that which is integrated in the Axial Pro In boots. These boots can still be used with 2-piece track suits and stand-alone track pants but you would want to get matching velcro for the boots, otherwise the velcro on the boots will pill the lining of the pants.Dec 22, 2011
Chris K:Unfortunately, Dainese doesn't have soles available, I have heard of people getting boots re-soled by an experienced cobbler, but you would have to use a different material since Dainese doesn't provide a replacement piece.Aug 3, 2011
John D asked:How much do these boots weigh? Surprised at how heavy some of the racing boots are. These at least appear lighter, though I haven't seen the weight specified. Those of you that may have some other racing boots -- could you comment?
Also was wondering about whether "ins" work well without the fastening system. I just bought the Dainese delta pro C2 leather pants. Was thinking they had the in-boot system, and was about to order "ins", but it appears the pants do not have the integrated system (glad I checked). Are "ins" only recommended if the pants are made to attach? From the Q&A below (read after I wrote the question), sounds like it's not a problem and there are still some advantages. Anyone disagree?May 5, 2015
Justin A asked:Hello all! Newer to the bike world, trying to upgrade boots for maximum safety and protection, now no expense spared. From what I have seen/tried on so far, Dainese has great boots. My question is, for commuting and sport riding on weekends, what is the best Dianese boot to get? Basically want a comparison of the Torque/TRQ Race In, Pro In, Touring, and Axial Pro. I want something comfortable walking around the office in and not too loud, most bang for my buck and fits inside my textile/leather/kevlar jeans. If my price point is $500 and below, what are some other recommendations (from Dainese that I may be missing, or their competitors).. and why?
Anton U:Justin, No matter the boot because of the sole design they're all pretty loud. I have these and the torque race in boots, both are about the same in volume. I wouldn't actively try to wear either pair at the office, as they get too hot quickly. The fitment, when worn properly for riding, is tighter on the axial pro boots.