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Todd S: the style, function and colors met my requirements and revzilla had the best price.Feb 15, 2015
Michael S: Needed a good pair of summer shoes.Dec 18, 2014
William P: I wanted something to ride with when not wearing my SiDi boots. Have a nice shifter pad, broke in quick but comfortable outta box! I think I'm reviewing too huh, oh well. I wanted motorcycle specific footwear that I could wear around town like a normal shoe. These work for that very well.Nov 10, 2014
George U: Best casual riding shoe on the market.Oct 15, 2014
Susan Y: It's a birthday gift! It's reasonably priced and got good reviews, so hopefully she loves them and we will go riding more in summer!!Aug 15, 2014
Phillip T: I want a tough riding shoe with more of a sneaker look than the typical boots.Jul 17, 2014
A S asked:What is this made of? I would like to take the BRC since I haven't ridden before and it saids I need "Sturdy over-the-ankle boots (not cloth or canvas)" Do you think they will work?Feb 16, 2015
ROBERT L:They will absolutely work. They have a very solid footbed and leather (some PU leather) uppers. Very sturdy shoes. I think they are talking about not wearing your Chuck Connors high tops.Feb 16, 2015
Tanisha W:Yes they will work. I wore high top leather sneakers when I took the course and they were acceptable. They are made of leather with steel toes and reinforced heels. You will be fine. Feb 16, 2015
Madelyn G:This shoe doesn't have a thick sole like a boot. It's more like double the thickness of a tennis shoe sole, but it won't collapse sideways and it's much stiffer than an athletic shoe. I'm 5'3 too and when I come to a stop in these shoes I usually land on the front half of my foot, then put my entire foot down when I'm fully stopped and can lean my bike slightly. I got these to commute to work in since I'm on my feet most of the day, and when it's scorching hot outside. If you're specifically looking for a thicker sole, go with a boot type shoe. Personally, I have the Icon El Bajo's in tan and love them. I can flat foot my bike in those.
ROBERT L:Paul, my size 11 is between 7/8 and 1 inch from the inside heel cup to the outside sole. I never get my heels down so that probably isn't much help. At the ball the outsole is about 3/4 thick. On the inside it is probably a bit less. So definitely no 70's era platform shoe. I still stand on the balls of my feet on a Goldwing and I'm 5'6".May 12, 2015
Phillip T:I don't think it's any different than a typical sneaker, or maybe it's 1/4 - 1/2 inch more than you might expect from a sneaker depending on what you usually wear. However, I would not compare this to a boot.May 12, 2015
Tanisha W:They fit pretty true to size so I wouldn't suggest taking the 9 because they will more than likely be to tight on your feet. I wear a 14 or a 15 and I got the 14 and it fits perfectly. I would get the 10 and just wear thicker socks when you ride if you need to. But revzilla has one of the best return and exchange programs out there so if you get one and it doesn't work try the other. They make it really easy. Apr 1, 2015
ROBERT L:I typically wear a 10.5 in running/walking/tennis shoes and bought the size 11. Fits nicely. They are a bit stiff, but with a good cutout in the back so loosen the laces and foot slides right in.Apr 2, 2015
Marc H:I have a euro size 44 and box says it is equivalent to a size 10. I normally wear a size 10 and found they run pretty true to size. They do run a bit narrow, but then again I also have a fairly wide foot. If you have a wide foot (wider than a standard D width) I would probably suggest going up a half size.