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Chris K:I actually wear these boots under jeans without any problem. You will need to adjust the velcro in the back to accommodate, but there is enough adjustability to wear them either way. For instance, I wear jeans over these boots, but can stick my Dainese New Drake Air pants inside if I want.Apr 25, 2011
Triumph3:I am the same way, skinny legs. The boots are loose around the calf without leathers, but that is they way they were designed, but depending on HOW skinny the pants are, I would say yes. I have worn them with boot cut jeans and have had alot extra room around the boots.Oct 25, 2012
BMWM3:yes, under your jeans no problem! Thats how I wear mine :) I have skinny calves as well. They are adjustable to fit different calf sizes. They also open up big enough so you can even [fit] baggy jeans in themApr 25, 2011
jare:Yes, the boots has external velco-adjustable wings. I wear them under my tapered textile pants and do not forsee any issues with wearing them under jeans unless you are wearing skinny jeans.May 3, 2011
Joshua W asked:How comfortable are these boots while shifting? I used to ride dirt bikes and hated wearing my boots, due to limited to no ankle movement for shifting up, I used to have to jerk my entire leg up to shift. Is there a good range of upward ankle movement with these boots? Putting them on and taking them off looks pretty manageable? How applicable are these boots for daily riding? Is it too much?Sep 20, 2013
james m:The boots offer great axial movement for shifting. The hinged ankle works perfectly and the top of the ankle is made of stretch fabric material that doesn't "bunch-up" when you raise your toes. I've crashed, tumbled around the pavement and the boots offered excellent lateral protection. With lateral protection being said, I wouldn't suggest that these boots are great for walking around in all day, all week. You can ride in these boots all day, but pack shoes for work. The boots are definitely easy to take on and off because of the zipper being located on the back of the boots. I hope this helps. Regards.Sep 25, 2013
Leonard P:The boots are comfy. It has a great amount of upward ankle movement. I wear these with my Drako Drift Jeans or Dainese New Drake Air for daily riding. Meaning if I get on the bike, these are on my feet. I've gone to the mall, shopping at Sam's, Costco, you name it with no discomfort. If you wear pants with armor(jeans/textile/leather), and like to wear them over your boot, I would go with the "Race In". The extra padding on the boot interferes with knee/shin armor. Not a big deal, just makes for a tight fit. Hope this helps. For reference I ride a '13 BMW S1000RRSep 26, 2013
Max M:I just bought these and have only had a small amount of time to try them out. IF you size them right you shouldn't have any difficulty shifting with just a pull of the toe. I've been riding highway on my way to work on my cbr600rr. At up to 95 degrees they are still comfy and are pretty comfy to walk in. Just make sure you have the right fit.Sep 25, 2013
David L:Most comfortable boots I've worn for street. I've had mine for two seasons, and wrecked in them once, and they are still awesome. Protected my feet at a 45mph highway slide. You will be able to manipulate the controls well right out of the box. I daily ride in them and they're literally easier to get in an out of than my sneakers.Sep 25, 2013
James G:These boots are great. I have never had a problem shifting. They are a little stiff at first, but will loosen up some after a while. I have wide feet and have worn them comfortably on all day rides.Sep 25, 2013
Joshua W asked:How is shifting in these boots while riding? In my old boots I wore for my dirt bike, I practically had to jolt my entire leg up to shift due to lack of flexibility in my boots, are these engineered to allow a quick upward motion of the heal to shift?Sep 23, 2013
PERCIVAL C:There was no break-in period in my experience. The shifter works seamlessly and the ankle/pivot structure is perfect as in rigid that will give the ankle ample protection also pivots up/down fairly easy. I must say that I've never had any issues with any of my Dainese Riding Gear...NONE. I have also been caught in a few downpour which got the boots soaked, since they're not the H2Oproof version. But the boots was back to normal onces dried and held all the glued seams pretty well, I was very surprised... cause my NON-Dainese boots split from he souls. I hope this helps.Sep 23, 2013
RevZilla:The Air version is much better at flowing air than the non air version. For hot summer riding we recommend the air version, unless you don't mind having warm feet. The non air version is going to better suited for cool weather and even some mildly hot weather, but for most people anything over 80-90 degrees is going to leave you with uncomfortably warm feet. For us here in Philly, our summers are usually about 90-100 degree's with the humidity above 80% and most of us use vented boots. In the colder weather we simply add a winter sock and that does pretty well down to about 50-60 degrees.Apr 17, 2013
RoboRacer519:There isn't a great deal of difference I own both as I live in southern Ontario it's necessary. My air boots are awesome for hot weather down to about 16 degrees celcius (sorry my temperature conversions are lacking) My non airs are good down to about 5 degrees celcius before a second pair of socks becomes necessary.