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Whether it’s a winding mountain road or a long asphalt straight, sport riders are attracted by the assertiveness and technical content of Superbike and Streetfighter bikes. The Dainese Dyno Pro C2B has been designed expressly from experience acquired on racetracks to offer the most demanding users elevated technology for their shorter rides. Equipped with replaceable toe sliders, inserts on the heels and a steel heel, this ankle-height boot in microfiber also has inserts in nylon and TPU, an instep tightening strap and the non-slip racing sole with internal EVA insert inside the heel.
TPU heel counter
Shock absorption insert on the heel
Stainless steel inserts on the outer side and heel
Stainless steel toe slider
Homologation: CE - Category 2 - 89/686/EEC Directive
Ergonomics and Comfort:
Upper in Lorica®
Speed lacing system
Double jersey airgap liner
Padded insert for gear shifter guard
High grip TPU inserts
Setscrew wrench supplied
Non-slip sole with differentiated design
Replaceable stainless steel slider
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.
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Terrace B: I needed a short boot with total protection and these were top notch. I love these boots, I get comments on them all the time and the protection is pretty awesome.Mar 10, 2014
Tom S: Revzilla is a one stop shop for almost everything I need for my bike. Prices are comparable to other sites. Shipping is free even to military FPO/APO addresses. They will make attempts to price match items if you find them cheaper at other sites. Returns are relatively easy. No restocking fees. There are many videos available for product overviews. Friendly customer service. Great advice from knowledgable staff. They give you honest and practical "advice" based on the type of riding you do and don't just try to sell you on the most expensive stuff. They don't work on commission so there's no reason for them to do that anyway.Nov 11, 2013
Paul W: Protection. look and a great review by AnthonySep 29, 2013
Andrew Y: Looks awesome, appears to have great protection for a short boot.Aug 8, 2013
Andrew H asked:My everyday shoes/basketball shoes etc. are 10.5, so I fall somewhere between 43 and 44. Should I go with the 43 (U.S. 10) or the 44 (U.S. 11)? I really don't like loose heels, but I also want to be able to get into them.Dec 9, 2013
Chris W:I also wear a U.S. 10.5. I went with the 44. They are a European fit which for me means they are a little tight in the heal and the toe box is a little shallow. I think you will be happy with the 44 as am I. They were a little tight at first but they broke in nicely.Dec 9, 2013
James L:I'm also a US 10 D. I bought the 42 after looking into sizing. They are too tight with my normal thick white cotton socks. If I wear something thinner, like dress socks, they're perfect. Which works well for me. Everything from the arch back is snug like a really good glove whilst the box stays a tad loose so I can wiggle my toes. They have stretched a tad. I think if I went with a 43, they'd be fine with my normal socks, however, I really like the snugness around the heel and along foot to just past the arch with the thinner sock in the 42.Apr 30, 2015
Andrew H:Thanks for the suggestions! I was also pretty sure 44 would be the way to go. However, I recently had a chance try on both the 44 and the 43 in a local store and found that 43 was a better fit. They are a bit tough to get into, but once they're on they feel great, with plenty of toe room. The 44 felt pretty good as well, except the heel was loose and felt as though it could slip off.
For anyone in between sizes, I would definitely recommend trying them on first, if at all possible.
brian b:The Pro C2B has just a little more protection. With the stainless steel on the side and tie for one. All in all its the same boot really, you cant go wrong with either. I had the extra money so I spent thev extra money!Mar 22, 2014
Allen C asked:Hi, question about sizing. If I wear Alpinestars SMX-1 in a size US 43, should I go with the Dainese size US 43 as well? Or do I need to go 1 up or 1 down? The cycle shops near me didn't have this particular boot in store. Btw, the Alpinestars SMX-1 was very snug before and after break in. Thanks!Mar 9, 2014