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The challenges on the North Circular, trips down to the beach in Brighton, nights in the clubs where rockers hang out in their leather jackets, badges, and grease. This heavy-duty boot with the unmistakable style of the boots of the time is dedicated to the magic of the ‘60s and the Cafe Racer world and has been revised with modern technical solutions. Made in cowhide with split leather inserts, the Cafe Boot features nylon inserts over the ankle and a breathable double jersey mesh liner under a vintage look to satisfy even the most technical and demanding rockers.
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OldManRick:Boots will not ship until Spring 2012, which officially starts March 20th. If you try to place an order the Revzilla system will give you the option of being emailed when they are actually in stock.
The Dainese conversion chart says US size 11 = their size 44, but an authoritative generic conversion chart says Euro size 44 = US size 10.5, Euro size 45 = US size 11.5, you can find the chart here:
It might be best to simply measure your feet in centimeters, back of heel to tip of longest toe (best done with heels against a wall, standing up, with someone else reading the ruler). One Euro shoe size equals 2/3 cm, so size 44 = 29.33 cm (11.55 inches), size 45 = 30 cm (11.81 inches).
Remember - it is always easier to wear thicker socks than to cut off the ends of your toes.Jan 23, 2012
David Z:I ordered a 44, and I think they're perfect. I wear a 10.5 in Converse low-tops and an 11 in almost all my other shoes. You'll have to seriously let out the laces when putting them on at first, but after they wear in they'll get better.Aug 14, 2012
RevZilla:The Dainese Cafe Boots are not designed to be re-solable, however a local cobbler could probably work some magic and make this happen. Keep in mind they will not be able to offer you the same soles that the boots originally came with.Nov 6, 2012
PDXgearhoarder:I've put the boots away so this is a guess, but the height is about 8" above the sole. As for fitting leather riding pants into them? Impossible. The "neck" of the boot upper is extremely narrow. So narrow that you pretty much have to unlace them all the way down before you can get your feet though the upper and into the boot. They're laced display style so you'll have to re-lace them for ease of use. Also comes with a spare set of cotton laces. The stock laces feel like waxed cotton. But these boots are definitely for wearing beneath jeans, untucked. You're talking about jump boots, right? You can blouse khakis or cargos with jump boots, but I don't think that would work with these.Oct 11, 2012
RevZilla:The length from the sole to the top of the boot is approximately 8.5 inches. Leather riding pants will most likely not fit on the inside of the Dainese Cafe Boots as they are fairly narrow when fully laced up.Aug 30, 2012