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Daytona Lady Star GTX Boots
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Daytona Lady-Star GTX Boots

The Women's Daytona Lady Star Gore-Tex Boots feature premium performance, protection and style, all backed with a GORE-TEX membrane, guaranteed to keep you dry. Safety is supplied by reinforcements at the ankles and heels while the boot has an adjustable calf to tailor the fit. The Lady-Star GTX Boots also feature a unique, 6cm heel and 2.5cm insole rise to provide critical, extra height for better control of your bike when at a stop.


  • Hydrophobic special full cowhide construction
  • Waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex membrane
  • 2.5cm integrated insole lift and 6cm heel rise
  • Textile lining (80% polyamide/20% polyester)
  • Rear VELCRO® brand closures fastener adjusts for larger calf sizes
  • Two zip fasteners (one on each side) for quick and easy entry
  • Plastic ankle protection both anterior and posterior sides, padded interior with open-cell foam
  • Shinbone padding with latex foam interior
  • Reinforced gear change cushion made from abrasion-resistant PU foam
  • PU foam insole and gel layer to reduce vibration
  • Anatomically formed insole
  • Plastic reinforced inner sole with a hot-dip galvanized steel inlay that allows you to gently roll your feet
  • 3M-Scotchlite heel reflectors
  • Non-slip rubber touring sole
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A Really Great Boot! I didn't purchase my Daytona boots from Revzilla because I needed them quickly for a tour and Revzilla didn't have my size in stock at the time. However, I am reviewing the boots here because I have had great buying experiences at Revzilla and want to assure other customers that these boots are worth the expense. --- The boots felt perfect on my feet right out of the box! I unpacked them and walked around in them for an entire day, in complete comfort. I have narrow feet that are difficult to fit due to bunions. I typically wear an 8 1/2 to 9 in shoes. I purchased size 40 boots, to which I am able to comfortably add thick socks for warmth, yet the boots don't feel sloppy with only summer-weight socks. Also, the boot's high toe-box eliminates all pressure on my toes, which are frequently tender from arthritis. --- The boots go on quickly and easily when worn with my pants over them, using only the outer, full length zipper. I assume that the second zipper and the adjustable back panel are there to improve ease of donning for those who wear the boots over the pants, but I have had no need for them. --- With their tops covered, the boots have kept my feet completely dry during some very wet rides. I wouldn't, however, wear them in rain with my pants tucked into them; on my leg, at least, the boots gap significantly at the top and would quickly fill with water. --- The boots are warm. My feet chill easily so this is definitely a plus for me. The boots have kept me comfortable with just light-weight wool socks while riding in the 50's. In warmer temperatures, with the same socks, my feet have remained reasonably comfortable in these boots into the mid-80's. After that, moisture-wicking socks designed for hot weather are mandatory, in my opinion. --- The boots feel like they're built to last forever. I've ridden about 4000 miles in them now, subjecting them to wet weather and the rigors of motorcycle camping, and they still look new. --- A CAUTION: The boots are fairly stiff in the ankles and you may need to adjust your shift lever to accommodate this if your pegs are in the foot-forward position. For example, I am unable to flex my ankle sufficiently in them to hook my toe under the lever of my Shadow, but have no trouble doing so when on my V-Strom. The decision to spend so much money on boots was no small thing for me, but I am very glad I did! August 30, 2015
Great protection plus added height These boots offer great protection while helping you reach the ground better. I'm 5'7" and couldn't quite get flat footed on my XT250 so was looking for a boot like this. At first the boots were very stiff so I wore then around the house to help break them in. Then I realized that with the very tall insert, it was uncomfortable to work the clutch and brake so I removed them and put a decent standard insert inside instead (You still get a fair amount of added height with a regular insert). My pedals are not adjustable so the boots took some getting used to but with practice there are no problems. I didn't buy Daytona's leather products but rather am using a good quality waterproofing and conditioning mink oil and it seems fine. I wear a 7.5 regular and the 38s fit with plenty of room in the toe box for thick socks. Definitely don't go up a size without a good reason or the boots could swim on you. June 28, 2015
Excellent boot worth the price! I love these boots, I looked into them after searching for a boot that wouldn't be too tight since some of the italian brands are tight in the calf. Some of the women's blogs pointed out that these have the velcro flaps on the back that you can adjust the width of the boot with. The price did make me hesitant, and I researched a lot of other boots and read reviews on these boots from as many people as I could before finally biting the bullet and buying. So far I love them! They were a little tight at first, but after a few rides, and getting them broken in I couldn't see myself ever riding without them. I will say that I have a narrow foot, and I can not comfortably wear a thicker sock with the boot yet, I still have to wear athletic socks for my feet to stay comfortable in the boot over a few hours of riding. These boots are easy to walk in, I can tuck my riding pants in them comfortably. I have been caught in a few downpours in them already and the only thing to get wet was the top of the boot, my feet stayed dry and comfy. June 24, 2015
Serious Cycle Boot with lots of lift and plenty of traction I'm definitely a petite motorcyclist. This boot is quality with more height and stable traction along with great protection. (I was using a low ankle engineer boot with lug soles). The boot didn't get me to the point I could flat foot but the part of my foot that touches has more traction. The ankle support is wonderful. There is a break in period with these and until the leather softens a little the long front zipper was difficult to get zippered even with the side zipper undone and the back adjustments loose. My high instep might have had something to do with that. However the boots are beginning to conform better. I have muscular calves so the upper part of the boot is snug on my legs which allows for a secure fit. The toe box is roomy which is nice. I'm getting use to having a beefier boot on my feet. During a ride I could feel some airflow which was most welcomed. I wear a womens size 6 and these fit well. These will last for a long time I can tell. May 5, 2015
Confortable and Versatile Boot I started by buying my wife the Dainese Women's Svelta Gore-Tex Boot. She wears a 7.5 M and always buys Dansko's in a 38. After speaking with customer service, I ordered the Svelta in a 38. The boot fit great, but it fit so well that it didn't leave any room in the toe area for a thicker sock in cold weather riding or for comfortably tucking the rain liner of her riding pants inside the boots calf area. So I returned them for the Daytona Lady Stars in a size 38 after watching Revzilla's video. These boots felt and fit great right out of the box plus the toe area is wide enough to accommodate a thicker sock if need and the adjustable back makes it very easy to tuck in a rain liner or a pair of pants. They are stiff which makes zipping them up a little difficult, but with time they will soften and that issue will go away. They are very sturdy and offer great protection plus the added heal height is a bonus if you have a shorter inseam. As others have stated, Daytona recommends that you use their Boot Leather Polish before your first ride. My wife hasn't tried them in the rain yet, so I can't comment on how well they keep your foot dry. My thanks to Revzilla for making the exchange process painless!!! May 4, 2015
Gives me the extra height I need I bought these boots to help me feel a bit steadier on my tall bike, and they're great. They broke in really quickly and are very comfortable. April 27, 2015
Great boot for short riders. I've had a pair of these boots for six years now. So glad to find them on the East Coast! Great quality boot. The shifter pad is beginning to wear but otherwise these boots are in great shape. They are comfortable on the bike and allow me to put both feet on the ground at a stop. They are ok for short walks off the bike but I usually bring shoes to change into if I expect to do much walking. When it's time to replace them I'll buy these again. April 14, 2015
Awesome Boots! Anthony from Revzilla tells you pretty much everything you need to know about these boots in his review, but I will attest to the sheer quality of these boots. First off, I'm a man with small feet. They scream premium right out of the box. I normally average a 7.5 in most men's shoes, and I ordered a 38 since Anthony said they run a size large. Make sure you look at Daytona's sizing chart, then go down one. Hindsight I should have got a 39 since my feet are pretty wide, but they started to feel better after about a week of wearing them every day. They are fairly universal with the styling, so that's no issue with what you ride. Watch Anthony's review and make your decision! April 6, 2015
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Shawn N: Short rider and rave reviews Sep 27, 2015
Mary K: I am too short for my scooter (it's a 500cc scooter) so I read quite a few blogs from women who were too short for their motorcycles and they all said the same thing--buy these boots!! Jul 17, 2015
Corinne B: Looking for a nice boot but also some extra height! Apr 28, 2015
Jennifer P: I am short (5'2" with a 29 inseam) and I have heard over and over again that these a) add another 3/4 inch over ordinary boots and b) they are true to size. So, I am going to try them! Dec 15, 2014
James H: Theses boots work great for riders with shorter inseams Nov 4, 2014
Therese L: These boots were recommended to me by a fellow rider for their durability and performance. Oct 25, 2014
Roberta S: I'll make this short and sweet Ladies. This is simply the BEST Boot available on the market. Costly? Yes! But worth every cent! My opinion, and I'm sticking to it! (o: Aug 14, 2014
Jean D: Safety and height enhancing features. Jul 19, 2014
GREGORY M: Wanted boots for girlfriend that fit wide calves, to replace her old pair of BMW Contour boots which are no longer made. Unfortunately these didn't work out - the zipper couldn't be closed. Jul 7, 2014
Patty L: Added height ... qualitymade ... reviews ... added height (did I say that)? ... A comment from Gear Chic, aka Joanne that they helped her ride better and move on to different bikes, due to height and traction. Jun 27, 2014
Datleen V asked: Will these boots work well with a sportbike... I just bought a 2014 Honda CBR500R and Im worried that shifting will be difficult in these boots? Jan 6, 2015
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Royal M: Check your repair manual or otherwise determine if and how you can adjust your shifter peg. I've used these boots with a BMW F800ST and R1200RT, each of which I had to adjust the shifter peg to allow a little more room and, at first, consciously point my toe lower when up shifting. The BMW peg adjustment only requires the lessening of a single small bolt, repositioning the peg and tightening the bolt to the specified torque.

Not once in nearly two years have I regreted the purchase. These boots are very well made, totally waterproof (through driving rain over 300 miles during nine hours), easy to walk in and comfortable beyond my expectations.
Jan 6, 2015
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Katherine G: I ride a Suzuki Gladius 650 which, from what I can tell, has a relatively similar seating position. It is a touch more difficult to shift due to the thicker toe, but it was completely workable, right out of the box, and it is getting easier as they are breaking in. The extra height, comfort, and safety that they provide is well worth the small decrease in shifting mobility. Jan 6, 2015
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John P: I bought these boots for my wife because she is 5'4" and just bought a BMW S1000R which has a seat height of 32". She had the same concern about being able to shift because her feet are farther back than her previous bike and they have a thicker sole. No problems for her so far. She has ridden twice so far and loves the boots. They are pricey but great quality. Jan 6, 2015
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Prachoom G: At first it was a little hard to shift since the front end of the boot
is a bit higher due to the sole being taller and trying to get the boot toe under the shifter seems strange coming from a lower height boots.
I have no problem now, I adjusted to them. I do like the extra height on the boots.Maybe you can try to adjust the shifter.
Jan 6, 2015
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wendy s: love the boots and there is absolutely no issue with shifting .I have a Harley soft tail.
while they are more then I was used to the support and addtl height is a great trade off.
highly recommend these boots.
Jan 6, 2015
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Michael C: Great for sport bikes. I use these boots for a Ducati Streetfighter 848 and girlfriend is on a Monster 800. Both of us are happy with these boots on our sport bikes. Jan 6, 2015
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Rachelle E: Unfortunately, you may be right. I just switched from a Vulcan to a G series BMW which is on/off road. Having a hard time switching gears in these boots now. Jan 6, 2015
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Jennifer P: Yes, I think I am going to need to get a gear shift extender for my BMW G650GS. Jan 6, 2015
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Emily L asked: One of the images implies that there is a toe slider on these boots yet the other images don't show anything external... Is there a toe slider?? My heart would really love to buy the Dianese Pro In---for ladies---but there's no such thing in my 6.5 size...I'm hoping this is a close 2nd! Aug 1, 2014
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Nicole A: Emily, these boots have toe sliders on both feet and offer height challenged individuals like myself (5' 4") the added height to ride my motorcycle, a BMW F650GS - which is quite tall for me. These are well built German boots, with the price tag to match! I guess riding a BMW, I had to have these!! I tried them on at the store and was very impressed. Now I'm not sure if I should give this advice or not, but I usually get a half-size bigger in boots, however this time my regular shoe size was ample in these boots. I think people's feet vary greatly in width and telling someone to go half a size up or down can be subjective. For me, this was a first to actually be able to buy my real shoe size and still feel some wiggle room, enough room for a really thick winter sock. That's my two cents....good luck! Aug 2, 2014
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Jean D: Emily,
If you are asking if both boots have a ribbed area on top of the toe part of the boot, the answer is yes. Also, I usually wear a 7 and the 37's fit me. These are very well made boots from Germany. I love them. They gave me the height I needed and offer excellent foot and ankle protection.
Aug 2, 2014
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Jean D: Emily,
I just saw the cutaway with the description of a toe slider. There is no visible toe guard screwed on the front of either boot. However, I believe that cutaway is showing the construction underneath the outer layer. So it may in fact be hidden. Hope that helps.
Aug 2, 2014
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Melinda D: Hi Emily,

The boots do not have toe sliders. I regret if this is a deal breaker for you. These boots help me ride more efficiently, but I also do not need a boot with toe sliders. I hope you find what you're looking for.
Aug 2, 2014
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Prachoom G: Hi Emily,

There are no toe sliders on these boots even though the picture shows it.
i have had boots with toe sliders and I don't miss. I like these boots a lot.
Aug 5, 2014
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Royal M: There is not any external toe slider similar to those on the Dianese boot you reference. Aug 2, 2014
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Kevin P asked: My wife has a stump for calves, we just got the lady star and the curved zipper requires both of us to zip. Will these stretch and if so by how much? Once she is in the she says the are comfortable. Feb 21, 2015
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Royal M: I have the opposite problem. I've been asked more than once if I have sued my skinny legs for lack of support! So, I can't say if they stretch. However, don't overlook the rear adjustment of the boot, I.e., the V shaped, Velcro tab. My wife has fully formed calves and requires the adjustment at its maximum to close the zipper. Another hint is to be sure you have both zippers open, close the longest, curved zipper first, then the short straight one. Feb 21, 2015
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Derek D: Kevin,

My wife also has large calves which is why we got these particular boots. She had to upzip both zippers to get her feet in the boot every time. However, the boots have loosened up some to the shape of her calves. I think she is down to using only the zipper on the outside now.

Feb 23, 2015
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Prachoom G: I don't have a problem with putting them on and zipping them up, so therefore I'm not stretching them. As long as I have them I can tell you that they have not stretched for me. Maybe they will stretch for her since it is fitting her snugly and she's putting pressure on them. Best of luck! Feb 21, 2015
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Jennifer P: Most likely, yes. I had difficulties zipping mine at first - I had to undo the velcro in the back completely! But after about a month, they zip no problem... But it is kind of subjective and hard to say, but my guess is they will wear in for her. Feb 23, 2015
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Jean D: These boots do not stretch at top. However, they have several slits with Velcro at the top so you can adjust them to fit different calf widths. Feb 21, 2015
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Thomas W asked: My wife wear's a US size 5.5 boots. What EU size will fit her best? Nov 2, 2014
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Royal M: I cannot answer the question directly. I can, however, tell you I wear a men's, yes, men's 7.5 U.S. size shoe and the EU 39 Lady Star fits me perfectly. It's comfortable to ride and walk in. If your wife is familiar with Dansko, they have a very similar feel. Nov 2, 2014
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Therese L: I find these boots run true to size. I'm a US size 7 and the 37 fits perfectly. Since Daytona Lady Star boots start at a size 36 (US 6), your wife's shoe size is just below the sizing offering. She may want to try the 36 anyway; maybe thicker socks would help. Nov 2, 2014
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Roberta S: Hi! Hope I can help. These are fabulous boots! The Daytona lady star's smallest size is 36 (size 6). You said your wife is a 5.5 boot size.
I wear summer hi socks and cold weather hi socks inside my size 38 lady stars. I wear a size 7 normally (= daytona 37) but they were a little tight on my feet. I am selling them now. I then bought a size 7 1/2 (= daytona 38) and they're a perfect fit.
I suggest that your wife buy the Daytona 36 and wear socks with them. If they're too big, return them. RevZilla is great with their customers. Always good to me. You will not regret buying these Very Protective handmade waterproof boots! The removable insert that gives extra height is genius! I'm taller! Good luck and please report back (o:
Nov 3, 2014
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Rachelle E: I normally wear a women's size 6.5 - 7, so I chose the EU size 37. It fits fine, but would be too snug if I wore a heavy sock (like wool). A 36 would likely be a good fit. Hope that helps! Nov 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does this boot really stop at size 39? I wear a U.S. 10 and generally a EU 41. These are the first boots I've looked at that don't even seem to be options for me. Jul 19, 2015
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Royal M: Yes, the Lady Star stops at EU 39. However, I wear a men's US 7.5, sometimes an 8 (Merrell, Oboz), and wore an EU 40 in BMW Allround boots, an EU 41 in Alpinestars Goretex, and my EU 39 Lady Stars fit like they were custom made. You may wish to consider the Daytona M Star...same boot, but it begins at an EU 40. Jul 19, 2015
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Jessica M: Yes, if you want it in a bigger sizze you have to get the M-star GTX boots by Daytona. Same boot, but just the larger sizes. Jul 19, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hi. I am 5' tall and just bought a Triumph Street Triple 675. Had it lowered but still need toe height to ride safely. I could do with 1.5 to 2 inches toe height so I could at least get my toes down firmly. Do you recommend these boots? They are the highest I have seen. I am a size 36 in Australia. Bought an American 7 shoe two years ago and its large for me so I guess I would be a 6. Your advise would be appreciated. I am desperate for some height. Also, when would this boot be available again? Thanks Mar 1, 2014
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Royal M: These boots will add height at both the toe and heel and do so evenly, but you will not get an additional 2 inches of toe height, I'd guess 1 to 1.5 maximum. What I like about them is that you don't have the wedge effect that pushes your toes forward and crushes them. They are comfortable to wear, on and off the bike. Size runs large. I wear a EU 41 in Alpinestars, an EU 40 in BMW and an EU 39 in the Daytonas.

For reference, I'm 5'4", with a 29" inseam (measured from crotch to floor) and ride a 2011 BMW R1200RT, low suspension and extra low seat. While I'm not flat footed with both feet, my left can be flat with my right heel only an inch or less from the ground.
Mar 1, 2014
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wendy s: these boots helped tremendously.
not flat footed but have front part of feet solidly on the ground.
really study and comfortable
Mar 2, 2014
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Roberta S asked: Hi! I normally wear a size 7 to 7.5 shoe, I have a narrow foot, with normal to high arch. I noticed the size chart is for men. What size would you recommend for me? Oct 7, 2013
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Roberta S: (o: Cheers! Thank ya Rosie, Perfect! I went ahead and ordered a size 38 a few weeks after asking my question. With my 7-71/2 feet strapped in I feel a "wee" bit of play in the heel area. I attribute that to my overall narrow feet. A little bit of summer swelling and they should fit "snug as a bug in a rug!" They're comfortable and made to last Forever, no doubt about it! Pricey...yes. But divide that by the "years" they will provide and it's pennies down the road. Nothing can compare to them ladies (o; and they look sharp! Best foot protection Ever! Buy, buy, buy! Dec 29, 2013
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jessica b: I put some Dr. Scholl's insoles (the kind without arch support) and it took up the extra space. Jun 22, 2014
Rosie R: Hi- I wear a ladies 7.5 and have the Lady Star in size 38 and they fit perfect. Best boots ever! Dec 27, 2013
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A shopper asked: How much do these boots weigh? Jun 22, 2015
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Lisa C: I tried to weigh them but they wouldn't even register on my scale...they are probably heavier than regular boots because of the lift inside, but they are incredibly well made and offer top notch protection. One thing to be aware of - they are stiff at first and the toe feels like it's too big to fit under the shifter, but after a couple of days of wear the boots will soften up. As for the shifter issue, it just takes a little getting use to - you might have to move your foot a little bit differently to accommodate the larger toe but it's definitely worth it! These are AWESOME boots! Warm, waterproof, highly protective. For someone like me - 5'4" with a 29 inch inseam - the extra lift in these boots was essential for helping me feel more stable on my tall ADV bike! Jun 22, 2015
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Ariana D asked: These boots look like what I want as far as adding a little height, but I'm a womens size 10. Is there a comparable boot that offers a similar level of quality and added height in larger sizes? I heard it suggest to move up to the M-Star, but since that's a mens I assume it would be pretty wide? Nov 16, 2014
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James H: Men's and Ladies are the same boot. Size should accordingly Nov 17, 2014
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jessica b asked: How much sole is under the toe? The heel is an extra 6 cm, but that doesn't help if you cant get your toes down. Oct 7, 2013
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Rosie R: You get the extra height in the heel but there's no compromise in toe space or comfort. Plenty of wiggle room with secure, grounded footing. I won't ride without my Lady Star's! Dec 27, 2013
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jessica b: Rosie, you are right! They give me about an inch under the toe, and they are super comfortable. Jun 22, 2014
A shopper asked: Hi - I'm short 5ft 3 and getting the Brutale 800 RR so need a heel lift to try and lengthen my leg/give me height - I am a ladies size 9 in Australia - what is the equivalent for the Daytona Lady Star GTZ Boots please?
Kind regards
Mar 10, 2015
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A shopper asked: These boots look like they are superior quality and great protection. Can anybody tell me if they feel clumsy when shifting? Can you speed shift and feel the gear shifter with the toe slider in place and re-enforced toe box? Have you compared these to any of the Dainese boots? Aug 6, 2014
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Daytona Boots Sizing

Daytona Size Men's US Size Women's US Size
36 5 6
37 5.5 7
38 6.5 7.5
39 7.5 8
40 8.5
41 9
42 9.5
43 10
44 10.5
45 11.5
46 12.5
47 13
48 14
49 14.5

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

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Black / 35 1037140 902LSGTXB35 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 36 924322 902LSGTXB36 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 37 924323 902LSGTXB37 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 38 924304 902LSGTXB38 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 39 924324 902LSGTXB39 In Stock: Ships next business day