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Dean D-WP boots have been specifically designed for riders wanting a modern, casual look. These boots are comfortable and practical while either zipping through city traffic or going for a walk in the hills. Their waterproof, breathable D-WP membrane makes them ideal, even in adverse weather conditions.
Stylish and comfortable boots for everyday use
I bought this with the intent of commuting to work and not having to change into casual shoes for the work day. They look great, you'd never know these are motorcycle-specific footwear. Comfortable on and off the bike, adequate support and protection. They fit true to size, use the spot-on sizing chart provided by Revzilla and spare yourself a return.
May 6, 2014
Solid casual cold weather boot
I actually bought my pair at the local Dainese-D store, but I love how informative Revzilla is, so I always like putting in reviews for gear. The main reason I bought these boots were its style, comfort , and price. I also own a pair of Stylmartin Indian boots, and while it's a better boot in the realm of protection, the Deans are actually more comfortable on & off the bike and have a slimmer profile; not to mention, it's significantly less expensive.
One very important thing I want to mention- THESE BOOTS FIT 1 SIZE SMALL. For reference, I wear the Dainese Cafe boots in EU40, so I naturally tried the Deans in 40 and not only did they fit tight, but I sized up the soles of both shoes and (although they use the same exact style sole), the Deans came up significantly short compared to the Cafe. I bought the Deans in 41 and they fit perfectly, pretty much broke in the minute I was walking in them.
Two little nitpicks I have with this boot: 1)based on the condition of the suede shift pad after 300 miles worth of riding (260 freeway, 40 city), I have a feeling it'll wear out very fast. 2) Because it's a shorter boot, the laces hang a lot lower; all my moto boots so far are laced, but this is the only pair that have me checking my laces while on the road. So if you're paranoid about riding with laced boots, you might not want these.
The big, obvious drawback to this boot is there is no reinforced impact protection for the ankles nor heels & toes. But with the way it's priced, the way I see it is you're paying the same amount you'd pay for WP Timberlands, but with motorcycle shift pads. If you're looking for an entry-level WP boot or you're primarily an in-town commuter, these boots are worth a try.
February 19, 2014
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