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The most popular Daytona motorcycle boot is often copied, never achieved. The Daytona Road 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.
Hydrophobic special full cowhide construction
Waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex membrane
Rear Velcro 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
Wide 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
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Stephen S: Purchased for protection (feet, lower legs), functionality and comfort. Other REVZilla customer reviews and feedback influenced my selection of this boot.Mar 1, 2014
A L: they are the best boots out there and you guys are the only folks i would trust to buy them from.Feb 23, 2014
John B: I needed great boots for my feet for the long riding out in the west through all weather.Feb 22, 2014
GreenThumbSD: It's the BMW owners choice in Germany.Feb 20, 2014
Alan B. B: Wanted a truly dependable, comfortable, and functional touring/commuting boot, and I didn't want to "iterate" (trial and error) by testing multiple brands. Reviews and RevZilla review were extremely useful. I can't say enough about your reviews. I have RevZilla bookmarked as THE motorcycle equipment source and my "go-to-guy" when deciding what to get.Feb 2, 2014
Robert M: Wide foot, found on search, first time buyer interested in top of the line gearJan 12, 2014
GreenThumbSD: To keep my feet warm during long winter rides. I also love the Gortex and name brand.Nov 29, 2013
Jeff W asked:Do these boots have rigid ankle protection? Does it protect against ankle rolls and crush impact (ie, bike crushing ankle on a low-side)? I know they are highly regarded but I'm trying to understand where they fit on a comfort vs absolute protection spectrum. I'm currently wearing Dianese TRQ-Tour's which I picked for their rigid ankle protection.Oct 7, 2013
Stanley H:The Road Stars do not have a TPU exoskeleton as some boots now have. There are pucks sewn in to prevent ankle sliding damage however there is minimal hyperextension protection. There is a flexible steel shank to assist in crush protection of the sole. I have 6 pair of top quality boots in the MC closet and none offer the on bike and off bike comfort of the Road Star. I do have some that possibly offer better protection.Oct 7, 2013
Paul O:First I have to say, the boots are extremely well made. As for the height, measured from the side it is 11", the front is a little taller, comes in at 13". The size was true to the chart, so fit was spot on. I have ridden in them 4 times since purchasing, various degree temperature, low 40 - to low 70 and it has been comfortable.Jan 23, 2014
Duran H:Where do you measure the height from? Bottom of the heel I assume but please let me know and I will measure when I get home but my guess would be about 11-12 or so. Love them now that they are broken in.
chris g:Don't have the boots to measure, mine were too tight( I have a wide foot) and I sent them back. 11 inches seems right. You could ask them at Helimot, a store near SF that sells them. Luck, Chris
Jan 23, 2014
Michael L asked:Looking for advise on sizes, I wear a 10.5-11EE in work boots. According to the sizing chart I need the 44 (10.5). Every other euro boot maker shows that I would need 45-46. I plan on using a gel type inserts in the summer and heated insoles in the winter. Would the 44's be OK or too tight? Should I go with the 45's for the room to include inserts? My foot is kinda flat and wide.Dec 8, 2013
Duran H:You probably want to go with the 45 to reduce your break in time. I wear a 12 and in Alpinestars I wear a 47, but in the Daytona I got a 46 going by the website recommendations. The boots fit but I am going to be more comfortable when they wear in a little. Love these boots though.Dec 9, 2013
Jesse G asked:Do these boots stretch across the vamp? (top and sides of the boot where it curves) I tried some on in store and 45 was defintely my size but it was a bit snug in that area........Jan 29, 2014
Earl C:I wear a size 13.5 US; so sometimes a 13, sometimes a 14 depending on the shoe. I purchased these boots in a 49. Swapped out the insoles with a medium volume super foot (the wools) and they fit perfectly. Would think with a 13 US, you would be better off with a 48; they do run true to size, and do not expect any stretching.Dec 1, 2013
chris g:I tried a 43 wide on my 9 wide feet, bit snug and I couldn't zip up the right boot. There are adjustable panels but it wasn't enough. Sent them back
Considering lace-ups instead
Good luck, Chris Nov 28, 2013