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Dainese Street Runner Gore-Tex Shoes

The Dainese Street Runner GTX Shoes were designed for the city rider not willing to compromise protection for style. The breathable, waterproof Gore-Tex membrane protects from with wind and rain while nylon inserts at the ankles keep your feet safe and sound. Hop off the bike and you're fashion forward, Kanye would be proud.

Protection:

  • Nylon inserts on ankles
  • Shoes certified to CE - Cat. II - 89/686/EEC Directive

Ergonomics and Comfort:

  • Cowhide leather upper
  • Breathable waterproof GORE-TEX membrane
  • Perforated leather
  • Lace closure

Other:

  • Reflective inserts
  • Rubber sole
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Dainese Street Runner Gore-Tex Shoes 4.6 5 19 19
Excellent boot I come from a background of motorcycle racing (track) and have no problem spending good money on my equipment, especially safety equipment of which I consider these shoes. This is one of the best protective shoes I have ever owned. Fit and comfort is fantastic. This shoe can also be worn as an everyday shoe its that comfortable (though stiffer than a normal shoe). I use them when riding my Indian cruiser. Getting it on and off can be a little work as the laces are very tight. You MUST take the time to get some slack in the laces before you can either put it on your foot or take it off. I feel this little bit of work is worth the effort as, heaven forbid, if you ever go down, these shoes will definitely stay on your feet and keep them protected. Foot and ankle protection is excellent with additional padding at both the inner and outer ankle bones. Overall, a really well built shoe that I would highly recommend. I have a long and narrow foot and they fit just fine. Follow the fit guide and you will be fine. January 20, 2015
Great kicks! I honestly wear these shoes even when I'm not on the bike. They look great and are very sturdy. I've luckily not needed to try them out for their safety features (had them about 3 1/2 months now), but protection seems to be strong in all the right places. They are difficult to get on, but that makes sense in that they're a protective boot, not just a sneak. For short hops, I leave them untied and then can pull them on and off pretty easily. If I'm going more than a couple miles, I lace em up tight. If they're laced tight up, your feet do get tired after a few hours. However, if you leave them a bit loose at top, you can kick them all day. Really love these sneaks/boots! True, they don't breathe so great. But that's obv because of the waterproofing. I live in SoCal, and my feet rarely overheat in these. So, not too bad. All in all, a great, modern boot. And they get the wife seal of approval! January 17, 2015
Great style and comfort, minimal protection... From a style and aesthetics perspective, I'm very happy with these shoes. The price was high (as is all Dainese), but the style and comfort are top notch. Definitely more of a 3 season shoe: Autumn, Winter, and Spring. I expect these to be very hot in the Summer. December 23, 2014
Style and protection built in these shoes I was looking for some feet protection and liked the street-casual style of these boots. The style pairs nice with my mesh jacket. First impression is that it's a bit stiff, but I guess that's required for protection and for new leather shoes. After the first 200km ride I can say that it feels comfortable and doesn't hurt my feet. The only thing to observe for this shoes is that altough it's breathable, it's not really designed for hot weather. Other than that it's perfect and I highly recommend it. October 30, 2014
Style with protection... These shoes are exactly what I've been looking for. Style, with a decent amount of protection for commuting and city cruising. Most of my friends who don't ride have no idea they are riding shoes and want to know wear I got them ;) I ordered a 43 (size 10) and the fit was very snug but began to break in after a few rides and now they feel better. There is a bump on the bottom of the soles that felt a little awkward but now I'm use to it. I would definitely recommend these to anyone looking for a little more protection than a regular sneaker. October 28, 2014
Primary riding shoe Use these for my daily commute for both warm and cold seasons. It is a little narrow so if you have wider feet it will take some time to break in but they will eventually break in and fit comfortably. I have spare shoes at the office but haven't even wanted to change into them, guess if I did a lot of walking during the day I might. October 21, 2014
1,593 Miles later, and they're still lookin' awesome! I just got done with a WA to CA road trip last week that lasted 6 days on the bike. These shoes kept my feet warm and dry through the chill and rain of the pacific northwest, and fairly cool through the California desert on the way down to San Diego. The shoes felt comfortable and secure on my feet, and the soles gave me enough feedback with my controls. Walking with them on pavement felt a little awkward at first. There's a slight bulge at the bottom of the sole, just behind the ball of your feet (due to the asymmetrical shank?) that just wouldn't let me fully step with the shoe flat on the ground. This also made a "tok" sound whenever I took a step--made it seem like one was wearing a pair of nice boots. The fit was spot on. I wear US shoe sizes 8 to 8.5, and I originally ordered a 42 (chart says it equals a US 9) because of some reviews saying that the shoe tends to run small. The 42 felt like it had another 3/4 of an inch for my toes, so I re-ordered a 41 (chart says it's equal to a US 8.5) that fit me just right. The leather upper had stayed intact and scuff free at the end of the road trip. I do have a rubber boot on my shifter (Ryder Clips), and that really helped with preserving the shoes' finish. October 20, 2014
Great balance of style, comfort, and protection I wanted a shoe that I can where out at night to social events without it being a noticeable motorcycle shoe but still provide a reasonable level of protection. I often wore my Onitsuka Tigers which clearly have no protection at all. The shoes are great and I am really glad I purchased them. The sole is stiff but ok to walk around in all day. The sole is a bit thicker than I was expecting. The leather is nice, soft and well made, as you would expect from a Dainese product. The cost is high but the quality and comfort justifies it. After reading a few reviews I knew the size would be a tad large. As a comparison for other buyers my usual shoe sizes are: Dainese street runner - Eur43, US10 Alpinestars SMX5 - Eur44, US9.5 Onitsuka Tiger Mexico 66 - Eur44, US10 Converse Allstars lowcut - Eur 42.5, US9 (not these are a tad tight on me) Some reviewers say they are hard to get on and off. My thought is, they are a high top style of shoe and any high top shoe is hard to get on and off. You just need to loosen a couple of lace rows down the shoe before taking off or putting on. If anything, the fact that they are hard to get on and off is better because there is no possibility of the shoe being ripped off in the unfortunate event of an accident. Hope this helps other people out there tossing up whether to spend the coin or not, especially other Australians who dont have the option to go try these on in store before purchasing (because no one stocks them). September 21, 2014
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Dainese Street Runner Gore-Tex Shoes
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Lenny A: style, function and Anthony's enthusiasm on video review Dec 25, 2014
Shayn E: Needed a solid daily riding boot/shoe! Sep 9, 2014
Adam G: Style and more protection that a regular shoe May 27, 2014
Richard W: Looks like a normal shoe. Appears to be quality made. It's both waterproof and breathable. Also has decent protection for what it is. May 19, 2014
Tim R: Looking for a quality summer riding shoe / boot May 19, 2014
Alexander P: Was looking for a stylish waterproof protective shoe. This is all in one package. May 17, 2014
Adam R: Wanted something with more protection than sneakers but not as heavy as a riding boot. Water proof, breathable, 100 leather and trusted brand. Apr 30, 2014
A shopper asked: If I'm usually a size 8, but the boots are offered in 7.5 or 8.5 which size should i get? Do they run slightly bigger or smaller or are they true to size? Jun 22, 2014
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Norman W: I ordered the Dainese riding shoes but had to return them because they did not fit. I wear size 11 shoes and boots, for example size 11 EE New Balance running shoes. I ordered the Dainese in size 11 but they were too small. They were too short and too narrow. If you have a narrower foot then go up in size, but if you have a wide foot just going up in size may not help. I eventually bought a different brand and that fits well. Jun 23, 2014
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reginald H: They run small. It also depends what kind of socks you like to wear too.

I bought a pair for my typical size and I need to wear thin riding socks to get into my this pair comfortably. I have since bought a newer pair im a half size up and I can wear regular tube socks.

These sneakers take a while to break in and soften up. They stretch out very little. The soles are very durable.
Jun 22, 2014
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Adam G: I would say they may run a bit small, but I also do have a big foot. I'm a size 12 in most shoes and I bought the 46s which are 12.5 on the chart. They're a bit snug when putting on and taking off, but still OK. If the 47s or 13s were available I may have tried them first though. Jun 22, 2014
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sammidi a: Pl check the foot bed ? Dianese are not wide , Footbed is Narrow .if you are ok with Footbed still go for 8.5 or 9 ., i had returned the dianese and picked Sidis Jun 22, 2014
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Paul W: They run small, I wear a 10 and had to go with an 11. There an amazing riding boot. Love them! Jun 23, 2014
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John Paul C: I just hot the street runners last week and I love them. They do run true to size. Jun 22, 2014
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Adam R: I would go for the larger over the small. Half size up. Did on both of my pairs Jun 22, 2014
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CHI YAN W: I will choose 8.5 one Jun 26, 2014
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EDDIE S asked: Can anyone speak to how wide the sneaker is? Is it narrow like an Adidas, medium like Nike, or wider like New Balance? Thanks, Apr 15, 2014
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Daniel G: I don't really know how to answer this as I don't know those other shoes that well, But what I can tell you is that I am a fairly big guy with a pretty wide foot and I love them. They are very stylish and you can really feel the heel support. They are extremely comfortable when off the bike and just hanging around at your destination. So far the water proffing seems really good too. Apr 15, 2014
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vadim k: Hello!
Im wearing nike and dinese is narrow comparing to nike.
I like them anyway!
Apr 15, 2014
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Jonacir A: I think it's more like a Nike. I also have a Nike and they wear almost same. Apr 15, 2014
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Michael F: I'd say it's somewhere between the narrow fit of an Adidas and the medium fit of a Nike. I normally wear Adidas shell tops and can say from comparison that it's probably most similar to that fit but it feels a bit different. I have to admit I love the style of fit of this shoe though. It took a couple of wearings to break them in but after some initial discomfort it fits like a glove. If you do purchase them I'm sure you'll be happy with them and if not you can always return them quick and easy thanks to Revzilla's customer friendly policy. Apr 15, 2014
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Nancy O: I Will say medium like Nike sole is very comfortable Apr 15, 2014
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Peter M asked: what type of airflow do you get if any? I know it would be a lot to ask with anything GoreTex. Apr 23, 2014
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philip c: airflow? no idea
i can just say that I've worn these shoes for a month now and my feet never sweat on or off the bike. they are better than i had expected. i love em!
To me they are a super deal as they are great on my ducati 1098 S street fighter and hanging out at the bar after. i will be getting more equipment from Dainese for sure
enjoy!
phil
Apr 24, 2014
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JOHN M: Minimum airflow when walking. There is a little more when riding. They are not as hot on the foot as some other Gore tex I have. Apr 23, 2014
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Carla S: I only had one chance to wear them. I can tell your more in a few days Apr 23, 2014
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Cesar J asked: Do these shoes fit like other Dainese footwear? I have a pair of Dainese Asphalt riding shoes in size 43, and they fit fine. The reason I am asking is that I know some manufacturers' Gortex version of their shoes fit slightly smaller than their "regular" shoes. May 9, 2014
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Izhan F: These fit true to size. I wear a size 42 for the Axial Pro and Torque race boots and it's the same for these. May 9, 2014
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Adam R: I have 1 other and they fit the same us the other pair. I am a us 10.5 and went with 44 euro. Perfect fit May 10, 2014
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A shopper asked: I was wondering if this shoe came in a size 38? May 25, 2014
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SIZING INSTRUCTIONS

We highly recommend finding a cloth tape measure and taking the time to take these measurements. Dainese sizes will not necessarily correlate with fitment in other brands.

  • Chest: Measure from under/top of armpit across chest to under/top of other armpit, then across back to first armpit
  • Waist: Measure at the hourglass of your torso, (circumference measured at your belly button)
  • Hips: pelvic bone to pelvic bone, the widest part of your hips below the waist
  • Inseam: from crotch to big ankle bone
  • Outseam: from waist to big ankle bone
  • Gloves: Using a flexible measuring tape, measure around your hand, behind the knuckles, not including the thumb.

Dainese Boot Size Conversions

Dainese Euro Size US Men's Size
36 4.5
37 5.5
38 6
39 7
40 7.5
41 8.5
42 9
43 10
44 11
45 11.5
46 12.5
47 13
48 13.5
49 14.5
50 15.5

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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