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Combining the best of the Dainese Italian Legendary Protection and the casual nature of a riding shoe, are the Dainese Dyno shoes. Made to be worn with jeans or casual aparrel, but sporting protection taken from the more aggressive TRQ series boots, the Dyno shoes are a perfect blend of comfort and function.
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Jarick G: First time rider needed boots, were a great deal and great to wear without being restrictive like full size boots that are ready for the track that I'm not ready for yetJul 3, 2014
Jean H: Price point and recommendation of Revzilla in house sales team.Mar 30, 2014
Eric C: Comfortable, better ankle protection that still allows mobility.Feb 10, 2014
A shopper asked:A couple customer reviews on the Dyno stated the plastic logo piece on the heel has a tendency to fall off the shoe. The heel looks like one piece of plastic, does the heel piece fall off?Aug 2, 2012
RevZilla:The majority of the heel section is comprised of a one-piece TPU heel-counter (solid hard plastic), with a solid shock absorption insert underlay.
On the inside of the foot above the heel on the side is a slightly grippier piece of plastic which is glued to the TPU heel-counter. In extremely rare instances, we have heard of this particular piece becoming dislodged from the heel-counter.
However, issues like these are covered by Dainese's warranty for repair or replacement and are easily fixed.Sep 5, 2012
rushnut:I've been riding almost daily with this shoe for about a month with no such problem. Not sure if those complaints were just a defective pair of shoes, but the exterior of these things seems really well constructed.Sep 17, 2012
A shopper asked:Every other pair of motorcycle boots I have is a 45 (Sidi, Tourmaster, Icon) 10.5-11 US, but going by the US side of the size chart I'd be a 44 (11) in these. Which side is right?Jan 14, 2012
ddd269:I would go with the Euro size. I wear size 46 with Sidi, Dainese, and Puma. They all fit the same even though the US size conversion from each company is different. To be specific... Sidi & Dainese fit the same (this will be a useful comparison for you). Puma fit a bit smaller but not tight enough to go a size larger. Worst case scenario... quick exchange with revzilla.
I've learned to trust the "origin" size since I started buying higher end European gear. They seem to be consistent in fit.Jan 16, 2012
NewbieDoo:That depends on the width of your foot. These run pretty true to size in terms of length, but have a narrow footbed. If you don't have narrow feet, you might want to go one size up (45).Jan 23, 2012
MysticBlueX3:I had the Puma Flat V2 before I got the Dainese Dynos. I think the Dyno's are superior in protection, fit and comfort. I have skinny feet and the Dyno's fit my feet better. I get a bit of heel lift in the Puma's. Also, Dainese's quick tighten system is better than the Puma's zipper and Velcro.Jun 10, 2011
Chris K:Unfortunately, not - if you are looking for a waterproof boot, start with something a bit higher so the water doesn't run down into the top of the shoe. Anything that is waterproof will be clearly noted in the product description. Alternatively, you can filter by waterproof feature when viewing the boot selection on our webpage.May 26, 2011
ManiacalNinja:When I tried these on at a local cyclegear, I thought these sucked comfort wise but offered great protection for lower cut boots. I ordered them and they arrived a week later. I tried the new ones on and they actually were alot more comfortable. My advice is, go try them on at a store if you can. Find the size you like, then order it online. If thats not an option, order it and see how comfortable you feel with them. Revzilla has great return policies so if you dont like it, return it.
Chris K:I find Sidi and Dainese to fit pretty comparably. These shoes are actually the choice for several guys here at RevZilla. I wear the Dainese TRQ Race Out Air, which are basically just the tall version of these.May 16, 2011
RevZilla:These boots will offer different features and characteristics. The Dainese Dyno is more sport/race oriented with reinforced heel and toe box, leather construction and toe sliders. The Alpinestars Fastback WP are less aggressive in the look they offer and also constructed with integrated protection. These boots will offer waterproofing and a composite construction of textile and microfiber for a better level of comfort.Mar 26, 2012