Daytona Road Star GTX Boots
Good Boots but Pricey
Better then the TCX boots I had before but I paid 3 times more for these. If you have the money you won't regret it.
March 20, 2015
Worth the bucks.
Expensive but yes, so far, having them only for a few days, I have to say that I am comfortable with paying 450 bucks for these.
I use size 44, and ordered that size. It fit.
March 15, 2015
Simply Wonderful - Spoil Yourself and Get These Boots
I looked at every boot on this site before buying these Daytonas. It was a close choice between the $300 Dianese boots and these and I'm so glad I picked the Daytonas. First I'll tell you that the pictures of these boots do not do them justice. In the images they look like the golashes I had when I was a kid, but in person they are stylish and very cool looking. Now to the important stuff, the fit. These boots are amazingly comfortable and have several Velcro adjustments that will let you loosen and tighten them as needed. I also applied a little silicon oil (that came with my Shoei helmet) to the zipper so that it would close a little faster and easier. This helped because when you fit the boots tightly the zipper can struggle a little on the curve. I wore the boots tightly for a day (around the house) to break them in, then I adjusted them (Velcro on back) for a more comfortable fit making it easier to shift my bike (low shifter pedal) and more comfortable to wear after riding. My main concern (vs.the Dianese boot) was the lateral ankle support. I would not be concerned about this as these boots offer plenty of support and can be easily tightened to offer more support if desired. After having these boots for a week now (and riding frequently) I can honestly say that I'm in love with these boots, they might be the best pair of boots I have ever owned. They fit me (with slight adjustment) as if they were custom made for my feet. I can feel the protective chin and ankle gards skillfully concealed in the layers of leather ensuring I will avoid injury in an accident, yet they are comfortable enough to wear frequently (in fact I'm wearing them right now as I write this). If you can afford these boots and you're on the fence, I would spend the money and get them. Hands down one of the best pair of motorcycle boots I've ever owned, and I'm sure they will last (given their obvious quality workmanship) for many years to come. Don't settle and save a few bucks, spoil yourself and get the best. Buy yourself these Daytonas.
March 5, 2015
Very Well made boot
I only wore this boot for 8 days so far...I ordered a size 10 and I wear a 9 1/2 boot. It fits a little tight but I think after a few more days of use it will be fine....really a well made boot.
March 2, 2015
Top of the line
Though pricey, these boots are worth the investment. This is my second pair, the last pair lasted nearly 20 riding seasons. Still have them. Comfort, and features make this boot a great investment in protection and riding durability. Great company with a better product. When comparing other products consider the durability and quality of this boot. You will only need 1 pair of these compared to the two or three pairs of a competitors product over the life of the Daytona.
December 29, 2014
This boot is everything other buyers have written about.
Comfort level is great right out of the box. Quality materials and construction is apparent. I have a long (13) narrow foot so the size 47 fits great for length but the footbed runs a little wide for me. I've always had trouble finding boots that fit my foot but these are comfortable and will probably wear well for a number of years. They are good to walk around after riding and I do not feel a need to get out of them as soon as I can. They are expensive but so is buying a number of other boots that don't work as well. I expect these to last a long time.
December 3, 2014
If you need a wide boot, look no further!
Oh the painstaking search for a boot that properly fits an American 12 wide foot! After weeks of looking for a boot that fit, I decided to pull the trigger on the Daytona Roadstar GTX's, 46 wide. They fit exactly as described by Revzilla. I cannot thank Revzilla enough for all of the information they provide, as well as all of you who take the time to post your reviews. The boots, along with the Klim Element gloves I purchased fit exactly how they were described to fit. I have not had the time to review these products since I just received them, but at least wanted to report that initial fit was accurate. Thanks again Revzilla for making gear purchasing an absolute pleasure!
December 2, 2014
You get what you pay for, exactly as shown
I bought the 12 Wide, and I'd describe it as a 12 3E. One thing that is very nice is that the overall volume of the foot is not awkwardly huge, just because the shoe is wide (a common problem I've found). The shoe is just wide... like it should be. I don't have a problem with my heel pulling out while walking, or with too much room on top of the foot. It fits and it's comfortable. I've walked a few miles in this boot and didn't have any real trouble.
Air flow is more-or-less non-existent, but that's by design. The shoe can get warm, but it does breath, so I haven't felt overly sweaty. Great in the rain or cold weather.
Plenty of room for thick socks, but thin socks keep the foot held just as well. The calf is adjustable, so I can tuck my pants inside. It's also sleek enough to wear pants over the top.
You can certainly find boots with better armor, but I wouldn't trade the flexibility and walkability of these boots for more robust plastics.
It is expensive. You can decide for yourself if that's worth it to you.
It's exactly as advertised - a waterproof, well manufactured, well-fitting, all-day-comfortable, good protection, low-key style, versatile motorcycle boot.
November 24, 2014