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Designed for the more sporting female riders, the Avant Race Women's Boot is distinguished by its racing style that still maintains a feminine look. Provided with a TPU insert on the tibia and a removable slider, this Lorica® boot has inserts in elasticated D-Stone™ fabric, elasticated bellows and calf tightness adjustment for correct ergonomics. Split leather inserts ensure better grip on the bike, a zip at the rear guarantees better fit. This technical boot is completed by a double jersey mesh liner.
Thermoplastic polyurethane inserts on the shin and ankle
Love my new boots
At first I was skeptical of the boots when they arrived. But, after repositioning the enclosure and finally getting them to zip over my race leathers I was hooked. They look great and they felt great!
October 14, 2013
I love these boots!
I mostly commute in and around the greater Boston area. I also go on longer weekend rides.
I’ve only been riding for a year and hadn’t really found a boot I was crazy about until these. I agonized over getting a boot or more of a riding shoe--initially I was looking for something I could wear on the bike and to work and all day at work but I wasn’t crazy about any of the women’s shoes out there.
These are so comfortable! I don’t even want to take them off when I get to work except that I want to keep the soles in as good of shape as possible. I feel like these offer great protection maybe a little more than I need for a short commute…but you can never be too safe right? They make such a difference compared to the other boots I was wearing—shifting is easier—they are dexterous without being flimsy and they aren’t so solid that I feel I have decreased mobility. They are just right!
An aesthetic thing that I love about these boots is they don’t have any floral or swirly embellishments. I wish there were more womens boots without these types of designs on them.
The sizing seems true to size--I'm normally a 7.5 or 8 depending on the shoe so I went with the 38 and they fit great. The zip in and out is easy and I like the adjustable Velcro back to tighten the calf area. I only wish there were more adjustable features. I have the Dianese D25 jeans and these look perfect with them.
April 4, 2013
Good boots for a new rider
My boyfriend and I have been riding cross country and we like to take frequent stops and camp where we can. Sometimes we take quick walks up a hill or head down towards a creek (for a photo op, bathroom break, etc.), without changing into sneakers/boots. These boots are pretty comfy to walk in--I don't really notice I'm wearing motorcycle. I haven't tested them in heavy puddles/rain, but I've walked through muddy stuff and come out dry.
Compared to other boots, these fell nicely in the middle for me--not bare (they have ankle protection), and not super rigid. It could probably be more protective, but I'm not a racer or hard core dirt rider, so it's been fine for my purposes. I have dumped the bike on and off road tons of times, and my feet and ankles are still okay!
I'm considering getting the white/red ones as well because they look pretty hot :)
March 31, 2013
Good option for women's boots
I have multiple Dainese track/street related items and I have to admit I was mildly disappointed by these boots. There is nothing wrong with them per se, but I was expecting these to be a little more track focused in regards to protection. They do look good and match my wife's suit very well.
The boot appears adequate for protection. It has lateral ankle flex which could be concerning under certain types of crashes. The slider is a type of plastic so after a few good toes slides you might be feeling the asphalt touching your toes. Overall, the boot looks to be more street orientated than track orientated.
Fit and Comfort:
As usual to Dainese, finish was really good. Unusually fit was larger than expected. My wife had to go about 2 sizes down from the recommended chart (38 from 40) to get them to fit. Kudos to Revzilla for doing a great job at assisting us to get the right size. Even at 38 they are a touch large, but given she'll have thick socks on for track use and that a 37 would be too tight these will work fine. Wife gave thumbs up to comfort. Not a boot you would walk around in but is comfortable for riding/track use.
It's relatively difficult to find women's track related gear so it's good to see women's focused gear/boots coming out. While these could have been a little more track focused in regards to protection they look nice, are comfortable to wear on the bike, and would work well for my wife at her current level of expertise on the track. I'll look into more protective boots as she progresses.
February 27, 2012
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A shopper asked:I'm 5.2" and i lowered my GSXR 750 and would like to get boots. However, I had purchase a pair of Sidi vertigo's years ago and found it too stiff. Due to my height, I need a pair of boots that give me full mobility of my ankle and feet to touch the ground properly. Would this boot give me that?Oct 23, 2013
A shopper asked:I am looking for boots with a bit of a heel..Im 5'3 and need a little bit of height in the heel...1-2" would be best can you recommend a womens boot? I can't see heel height on the web..My bike is a 250 cbr..:)Oct 9, 2013