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Dainese Women's Avant Race Boots
  • Dainese Women's Avant Race Boots - Black/Black/White
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Dainese Women's Avant Race Boots

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
  • Nylon toe

Ergonomics and Comfort:

  • Lorica® upper
  • Split leather insert
  • D-Stone™ fabric
  • Elasticated bellows
  • Velcro® calf adjuster
  • Closing with zipper at the back
  • Double jersey airgap liner
  • Localized perforation


  • TPU gear shifter guard
  • Soft inserts
  • Non-slip sole with differentiated design
  • Setscrew wrench supplied
  • Replaceable plastic slider
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Dainese Women's Avant Race Boots 4.3 5 11 11
Not race boots at all I wanted these boots for a very long time. My husband have got similar looking design Dainese boots and their protection is outstanding - with braces, inserts, etc etc. All around great. For some reasons I thought these will be the same, silly me. Once these boots went on sale I immediately ordered them. Got them the very next day (superb Revzilla!). Opened the box, put them on... and almost cried of disappointment... They are super comfy, soft and great looking. But the only protection you find is in their toe box, soles, and on shins... Somewhat softer heels, not hard at all. Something on ankles but I won't really consider it a good protection. Maybe from scratching, if you fall from a bicycle. Very soft in ankle area and all around. Comfortable because of that, but no real protection whatsoever. My hubby boots have braces and plastic coverings outside that leave your foot comfortable but well protected from being smashed and twisted (heaven forbid!). Also in ankle area women boots are quite wide - easy to walk and bend your feet, but when I asked my hubby to pull the unzipped boot off from my foot, it came off quite easy. It means, in certain situations it can be ripped off your foot, leaving it to road's mercy... Mind you, I am not thin boned, and not like I have disproportionally long feet, tiny heels, or something. The boots are just like buckets in this area. And ankle width can't be adjusted, only calves. But well, they are indeed very comfortable. The problem for me - I needed them for protection, for track riding. These boots do not provide any more protection than my current Joe Rocket Heartbreaker boots (half of Dainese price) that I use for daily riding. So all in all this is just another disappointment in terms how gear manufacturers think about women motorcyclists - "race boots" are just an imitation... So sorry, but have to return those beauties. May end up trying on men boots... Depending on your level of "safe-consciousness" and style requirements you may be very happy with these boots. They do look great and very comfortable. But they are not race boots, as it stated in their name and as they may seem to you. Safe rides and good roads! August 20, 2015
Extremely Comfortable & Great Looking Women's Race Boot I also have the Alpinestars Stella S-MX5 in the same size (8), and have worn those for the last 3.5 years, however there's something snug about it in the toebed and my toes would start to tingle, then burn/hurt like crazy. I realize that's NOT the Stella Boots fault - it's my feet. These Dainese (same size, 8) are exceptionally roomy - initially I thought they were too big, but I kept them, and in wearing them the last few months, I realize the toebox is absolutely perfect for me - wider than the Stella - thus my toes are super happy and don't experience the same pain issues. It's likely neurological, so for now, for the price of a roomier pair of boots, it's a great way to keep riding until the Dr. figures out what's wrong with my feets, or not. Styling is really nice, they're very light as well and I have come to like the back-zip a lot. There's also the expansion option, which is great for when I'm riding in different kinds of gear (pants/suits). Long story short, I love them and I'm very happy!!! July 3, 2015
Good, but not perfect. I bought these boots to wear on the track. They got good reviews and I though they would look fabulous with my Dainese race pants. So, here's the skinny. They look great. Nailed it not that one. As for fit. I'm a solid 37.5 in euro sizing, perfect size 7 in US. These don't come in half sizes so I had to order the 38. They're a bit big, as in trip over the toe while I'm walking big. On the bike, however I don't notice it at all. The heel hooks nicely on the foot peg and my foot is stable and slid forward in the boot. No problem shifting/breaking. All is good. So you're probably wondering why I didn't send them back and try the size 37. Well other than I didn't want to pay return shipping I was concerned about the ankle well being small on the 37's (although I don't know if it actually would be). The biggest annoyance for me is that they are a real pain to zip up over my race pants. It could be because I'm short (5'3") and my pants bunch up around the ankle. I have to pull up the pants at the knee so the excess bunches up outside of the boot to get it to zip. Even with that it still takes some effort with the zipping (and moving the adjustable back all around). First time I tried I broke a sweat, no joke. I'm a bit concerned about the strain that it puts on the zipper, but we'll see how it holds up over time. Delightfully easy to get out of though. I kind of wonder if the Alpinestars may have been easier to get up over the boots with the zipper on the side. Overall though they look great and are comfortable (although a little big). March 29, 2015
These boots are awesome I purchased these boots for my wife sometime ago and she loves them. She loves how they fit and the fact that she is a rather petite female and dainese makes something that fits her comfortably. She wears them for street riding as well as the track and is extremely happy with the purchase. October 6, 2014
Love Love Love Very comfortable riding and for walking. They look Great!! Always hearing compliments about them. Very Pleased with my purchase. Pros: The adjustable calf feature easy on/off because of zipper down the back comfortable soles no break in period Cons: Have to adjust your shift pedal up a little for the boot to fit comfortably, but its a quick fix. August 19, 2014
fits well this boots is designed well and is as comfortable as sneakers. my only concern is walking the heel slides. however, I can feel the gear and brakes with no issues May 6, 2014
Great boot for Ladies I grabbed these as they were in stock in my size and I needed boots on location ASAP. What a surprise. Instead of a small men's boot, I got a boot that fit. I love the adjustable calf - I have thinner legs and most boots fit like bathtubs. The Avant ST is easy in and out, and the velcro also makes switching from leathers in-the-boot to textile pants over-the-boot a snap. The soles are good, don't expect much traction on cold surfaces, though. The air flow is decent, seems to strike that good balance between flowing and not - the boots stay pretty warm down to 40°F or so. It was a pleasure to go from one Dainese boot to another with almost no acclimatisation required. Next time, I want more colors to pick from, though. The sexy red stripes on mine are awesome - so more of that, please! The only update to the boots that I made was sewing a pull on the zippers so that I could grab them with gloves on. February 14, 2014
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
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Bobby A: Looks, protection and comfort. Jun 24, 2015
Christopher C: Girlfriend needed riding boots and loves the Dianese brand, they look good and are very comfortable. Apr 21, 2015
Jungim R: I like the design and selection for performance Sep 19, 2014
A shopper asked: Video says this is the Dainese Women's specific boot, yet Revzilla and/or Dainese doesn't provide a women's boot size chart... ? I wear a 39 in my Alpinestars Stella-MX 5 boot, but don't want to just automatically assume the Daniese 39 means the same thing. Anyone at Revzilla have input on this missing women's boot size chart situation? Thanks! Jan 1, 2015
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Paulo Sergio S: Hello,
I bought the Dainese Women's Avant Race Boot to my girlfriend and according to her the size is compatible with the size she wears for shoes, for example. So, I would not anticipate any problem with sizes. The boots are very comfortable, according to her feedback and she is satisfied specially because of her calfs (she could only zip the boots up when trying the Dainese model). I have 2 Dainese boots (Men's model) and the size corresponds to the size I wear too.
Jan 1, 2015
Heather M: Hi, I wear a 38 in the Alpinestars Stella SM-X 6 women's boot. (I believe these run the same as the SM-X 5). I had ordered the Dainese Women's Avant boot in a size 38. The size from toe to heel was right although my ankle moved around too much in it. Wasn't the right boot for my foot, but it may be right for you as I know other women who wear this boot just fine. The 39 will most likely be the right size for you. Jan 2, 2015
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A shopper asked: My wife has a Dainese Victoria Suit. Her AlpineStars Stella boots are very tight zipping up over the suit and too large to fit under it. Will these pair up better with that suit? Thanks! Feb 3, 2014
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Bobby A: These boots have a zipper back that is like a tongue. That tongue is adjustable in the back making the boot fit tighter or looser on the calf. Now I cannot guarantee that they will fit over her suit, but I can say they fit over the pants of my Girl friend's leather riding pants. Her riding pants are like the bottom of a race suit. I hope this helps. Feb 3, 2014
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Roberto T: Hello,

I doubt these boots will fit better than the Alpine Stars boots. My wife is unable to zip the boot entirely when she wears her Dianese leather pants with them. The boots fit nicely when she wears normal jeans. I am looking for a boot that zips from the rear for her. In think that will help with zipping the boot comfortably over her Dianese pants or a suit.

Good luck,

Feb 4, 2014
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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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