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Retrograde engineering, a hallmark of the Icon 1000 design ethos. Historically significant silhouettes re-imagined with modern materials and construction techniques. And then given a personal twist of moto-apocalyptic 80's fever dreams. The Icon 1000 Prep Waterproof Boots are a prime example of this philosophy.

If you love the Icon Elsinore Boots but are constantly getting rained on (why would you do that?), the Icon 1000 Prep Boots may be exactly what you were waiting for. A select grain leather upper is mated with a full waterproof lining and lugged outsole for massive hits of awesome. Full-length rear zip and calf and heel strapping provide ease of entry and egress. A reinforced toe box, heel, and an axialmetric steel shank do the rest.


  • 12” top grain leather upper
  • Internal waterproof liner
  • Internal ankle plate
  • Axialmetric steel shank
  • Rear entry zip and straps
  • YKK zipper
  • Heat-pressed leather shifter panel
  • Heat-pressed molded leather shin plate
  • Tested and certified according to Standard EN 13634:2010
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Icon 1000 Prep WP Boots 3.9 5 14 14
Great boot for protection and style Worn these every day since I bought them, daily commutes and riding around my favourite roads. The have worn in quite quickly and have a great solid feel. They are not too fiddly to get on and off for such a large boot, and they look great over my leathers or under my jeans. The toe box is quite large so you may have to adjust your shift lever or just change your angle. If you are looking for a solid boot that is well made and built for safety style and comfort these are for you. Certainly they are made for the colder times of the year, and I expect as the weather warms up here in Australia I will be switching to something a little lighter...reluctantly I might add. September 12, 2015
These boots are made for ridin Bought these to brave the Canberra winters. First week @ -7Cel. No cold air, feet not frozen off. Comfortable from the get go - when they break in expect them to be even better. Worthwhile investment. June 9, 2015
Things to consider Fantastic looking boot. The vintage styling is outstanding. PROs: 1) Style - A great modern interpretation of a vintage motocross boot blended with a Mad Max style. That said, it's not over done and these could be worn under jeans/pants where ever casual shoes are appropriate. 2) Protection - The leather is thick, tough, and layer in the right places without being overly rigid. 3) Quality Construction - They appear to be a well built boot with good or better workmanship and attention to detail. CONs: 1) Sizing - Multiple issues for me in this category a) No wide width available - I normally wear a wide shoe/boot but can often wear a normal width depending on the footwear. I ordered a 1/2 size larger than normal and these boots were still way too narrow for me. The length was OK but if you have a wide foot these may not be for you. b) They run small (not talking about width here). These run at least a 1/2 size smaller than "normal". 2) Hot - this boot is NOT for summer. I wore the pair I ordered for about 15-20 minutes in my air-conditioned living room and could not wait to get out of them for the hot feet. I would only wear these in the winter or really cool temps in spring/fall. I really wanted to keep these boots. I decided to return them to avoid spending $270 on uncomfortable feet. Hey ICON - I think the attempt to provide a waterproof lower is admirable. That said, offer a summer version of this boot WITHOUT the waterproof lining. Current design will really limit sales and. Moreover, offer this boot in normal and wide widths. June 6, 2015
Killer boots, man! Pros: comfortable (break in nicely, but you wouldn't want to hike in them), waterproof (tested); looks/style; build quality is great, have been durable (used daily for 3 months & nothing is coming apart yet); protection is better than most touring/cruising boots. Cons: as other have noted, they have a tall toe box (but you will probably get used to it). The zipper & snap system, while pretty rad, can be a bit cumbersome (they are not the quickest to get on & off); not very breathable (but they are waterproof). June 1, 2015
Looks Great I love the retro dirt bike look, but there are a lot of just for looks straps and snaps. The zipper is a little sticky if you actually get them in the dirt. Nothing had broken off or ripped off though. They are a little narrow but they seem to be stretching out a little as they break in. I'm wearing them on an Adventure Touring (f800GS) bike for cross county trips not a dirt bike, so I think they will be fine. May 18, 2015
My Favorite Boots I purchased these last fall and have worn them for about 6 months. I’m very satisfied. Likes: They are very comfortable on and off the bike. These are not the kind of boots you want to wear on a hike or at work, but for short walks, such as into a restaurant, or a short shopping trip, they are perfect. Protective qualities are top notch. I like the fact that they protect a good part of my leg, more than three-quarter length boots I have. The leather is thick enough that I feel they offer much better protection than some boots I have owned with synthetic materials. The styling is one of the things that drew me to this boot initially. You are definitely making a statement with these, especially when warn outside of your pants, which is what I normally do. However, they are not as wild looking as Icon 1000 Elsinores. I do not feel these are hot as some have complained, although I have not worn them in temps above the 80s yet. Summer is coming and I suspect that once temps hit the 90s or above, I may be switching to a different boot. I also find that whether a boot is hot or not often depends on the socks you choose. If I’m riding with thick cotton ones, it does make a difference. Dislikes: The zippers are tricky sometimes. The zipper on one boot has a slight pucker in it that make is challenging to zip. Sizing: I wear 12 shoes and have a wide foot and 12 fit perfectly. However I wear very thin polypropylene socks when I ride. If I wore thick cotton socks, I’d probably have to upsize. March 21, 2015
Batman's Clown Shoes. The sole is falling off the and button snapped off. There is no adjustment in the boot at all; just hope they wont pack out on you. I wore them around as much as I could to break in the ankle so I could even sift my bike. Now l can shift and so does my heel, in and out of the pocket that is. The sole looks like it has a welt but it doesn't, its a fake stitch. Other people have said how they are warm, this is true, its because the boot has a liner in it. I guess this is how they make it a one size fits all leg. Disappointed big time. For $270 these boots should be for life! March 18, 2015
Awesome boots I've been wearing these boots for about 2 weeks now, and they are fantastic! They look great (I purchased the brown ones), the fit is perfect, and appear to be very durable and well constructed. I tested out the waterproofing by standing in ankle-deep water, no problems. They are fairly comfortable to walk in, and I suspect that they will become more so after they break in further. As for riding with the boots, no complaints, however I ride a pretty small bike and I had to adjust my shifter lever to make it a bit easier to fit the boot underneath, as the toe of the boot is kinda tall - no biggie. The boots seem to have good traction on pavement and even painted road surfaces; I do not fear for my feet when it comes time to put my feet down, even under dangerous circumstances. My one and only complaint is that the lower zipper-cover snaps snap in a forward direction on the inner side, which means that as I walk there's a chance that I'll catch the snap-strap on something (like my other boot) and the force of it will cause the snap to pop open. This is a minor annoyance and I'm sure after a few more weeks I'll adapt to avoid this issue. March 3, 2015
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Stephen D: Love the styling and the protection looks solid. May 20, 2015
Scott W: Cool looking boots May 20, 2015
G H: Great functionality and looks Mar 19, 2015
Chadwick D: I like the different look the brown versions give me as a sport touring guy. Dec 9, 2014
Carlos C: Thanks Dec 4, 2014
John H: LIke the Brand. Love the styling! Nov 24, 2014
carl m: I've been in the market for a solid motorcycle boot that looks great, offers protection, and is WP. The Icon 1000 Prep WP Boot seemed to fit my needs. I hope they do not disappoint. Oct 5, 2014
David J: I wanted to look good for the ladies. Sep 20, 2014
A shopper asked: Can these boots be resoled? Nov 15, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is this boot CE rated? Nov 12, 2014
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Clyde C: Yes its CE certified and way better than tennis shoes.
Good for cool to cold weather. Has a fussy zipper, be careful to squeeze edges together when zipping up to lower stress on zipper and lube the zipper with a bit of olive oil wax.
Nov 12, 2014
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Ron G: I didn't look to see this rating as I live and ride in New York if your Euro rider
just try ordering the boots and the info should come up great boots I'm surprised how comfortable they are right out of the box. Good Luck
Nov 15, 2014
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Scott S: Yes. CE level 2. That's what it says on the tag inside my boot. Nov 12, 2014
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A S asked: I ride with the Patriot Guard. Looking for a boot that is comfortable when standing still in a flag line for long periods of time. Would you recommend these? Mar 26, 2015
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PEDRO C: I've had mine for a week, 7 days exactly. I made a point to use them every day for a week to break them in. During the first couple of days they were snug, and very stiff. I had to take them off only after a couple of hours because my feet hurt. Today, day 7, I've been wearing them all day. After five hours or so, they still feel very comfortable. I'm a size 9 on regular shoes, and ordered the boots size 9 as well. So, make sure you break them in for a few days before your event. They are terrific boots, well made and look fantastic. Mar 26, 2015
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Gary S: I have only rode 2 times in these boots so far, but i have worn them for 7 hr periods, they are very comfortable. Mar 27, 2015
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ROBERT B asked: "Tested and certified according to Standard EN 13634:2010" What level of protection/reliability does this imply? How does this rating compare to CE rated boots? Thanks! Mar 19, 2015
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Jane C: In short think of this boot as a standard leather work boot but on crack. It has a reinforced boot without the level of protection needed on the track. Mar 19, 2015
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Greg E: I dont. Think any motorcycle boot provide much protection. If your concern is protection look at Wesco motor patrol boots or Haix special fighter Mar 19, 2015
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Chad G asked: I am looking for a good all around boot. I am just starting some dual sport with my new f800 GS bmw, and this seems like a good boot for someone who doesn't do crazy technical riding, more like basic quad trails, and fire roads. Do you think this boot will meet my needs or should I look at a little more technical boot like the SIDI Adventure Rain? Feb 1, 2015
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David J: I was actually considering the SIDI Adventure Rain boots when I made this purchase. The Adventure boots are probably better breathing, more comfortable, and a little bit safer. However, if you keep your adventuring on the lighter side of things, it is hard to justify the extra 100 or so dollars they cost.

To clarify, I have never wrecked in these boots, but I feel safe enough in them even if they lack super obvious plastic armor bits. The kind of riding I do is a far cry from actual "adventure" riding, but I do ride to remote areas and hike a bit further. These boots do a good job, and I would for sure use these boots if I had a more off road oriented bike.
Feb 3, 2015
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Stanley K: The shifter on my left boot does not bend well and rubs against the top of my foot causing some discomfort. Does this go away once the boots break in or do other people not have this issue? I've had the boots for 2 days but the discomfort is still there. Jun 3, 2015
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Alex W asked: What would you say are the minimum and maximum comfortable temperatures for this boot? Does the waterproofing reduce breathability when it's warmer? I live in southern california where it rains infrequently, so I will not make much use of the waterproofing.

I have owned a pair of Icon field armor boots and found that the boots made it very difficult to shift. I worry that these boots will make shifting difficult. I own a ninja 500r, do you think they will cause shifting issues?
Nov 27, 2014
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S W: I can't address if these boots will be too hot for your feet, got mine in October and it hasn't been warm enough in the Pacific Northwest to know. They are not vented at all.

The toes of the boots are thick, much like a heavy work boot, I ride a KMT SMT and have no difficulty moving around above and below the shift lever. You may have to adjust your shift, which is not hard, to make these boots work. As for waterproofing I hve ridden them in the wet and my feet have stayed dry, pouring rain might be a different story...
Nov 28, 2014
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Ronald S: I live in Northern California and have worn these boots in temperatures from 40 degrees to 80 degrees and have not even thought about my feet being too cold or too hot but those are moderate temps. They have been the most comfortable boots I have ever owned. As far as difficulty in shifting is concerned it could be a problem but I just moved my gear shifter one tiny notch on the spline and it took care of that. Nov 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: Are the two back straps functional in any way, or just for looks? Can they be cinched up or adjusted in any way for a tighter (or looser) fit? Also, not sure what a "heat-pressed molded leather shin plate" there a hard part in the shin area, or just extra leather for protection? Oct 20, 2014
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S W: The two straps across the back of the boot are merely decorative, they do not effect the fit in any way. The leather shin guard is really hard and will provide protection. I cannot tell if the leather is reinforced or not, I pushed on it as hard as possible and could not get it to deform.

I am waiting to write my review on the boots until I have ridden them in significant rain. For now I'd rate them 5 of 5.
Oct 21, 2014
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David F: The upper back straps can be tightened a by one button. But if you have skinny calves you will have a gap. Kind of handy though because it allows for a bit of extra airflow and the tucking of trousers. While still keeping your ankle and foot safe. There is a harder part in the shin. Oct 20, 2014
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David M asked: Do these boots stretch when they break in? They fit my foot great but really really compress/hit the top of my ankle. Very snug. too snug. Would fit perfectly if they stretch on that top accordion part. Oct 1, 2015
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S W: With time, distance and all kinds of weather my boots have stretched and shrunk to fit my feet quite nicely. When new I had one boot that fit more snug than the other to the point of being uncomfortable, not any more!

The Icon boots are now my everyday riding boots.
Oct 2, 2015
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jared e asked: Is the waterproofing actually good? i have purchased other "waterproof" gear from ICON and have been sorely disappointed. Granted I love the Elisores' i bought a year and half ago. They are great water resistant boots. Apr 8, 2015
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Johnny J: I wore this is some pretty wet weather last weekend and didn't have any problem. The inner liner goes up about six inches I'd say. The tops of my boots were under my riding pants. I never felt any wetness on my feet. Apr 16, 2015
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Ching Wai L asked: Are these boots Goodyear Welted like the El Bajo and Elsinore boots were? It doesn't specify in the item description. Feb 26, 2015
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Juan A: As far as I can tell they are, but I am no expert. Feb 27, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hey! I have the El Bajo boot. Will this boot fit the same? Thanks! Sep 22, 2014
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Jason T: Yes they do for me. Oct 6, 2014
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