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El Bajo – literally translated it means ‘The Short One.’ Short perhaps in overall height, but never in performance or steez. Built on the same Goodyear welt bottom unit as its five-buckle Elsinore sister, El Bajo provides all the OG moto-presence but in a reduced two buckle silhouette. Metal post fasteners, heavy top-grain leather chassis, and reinforced toe box and heel make for a serious piece of riding footwear. El Bajo, always up to the challenge.
These boots are great for someone who wants better protection than regular every day boots, but doesn't want the sportbike style boot. They are true to size, I wear a 10 in shoes, the 10's fit me well. They are a bit bulky and stiff, but that is pretty standard when it comes to boots with any sort of protection in them. My only real complaint is that while the buckles look fantastic, they don't really offer much adjustment. I found that for the fit to be absolutely perfect I would need to have the lower buckle at its tightest and the upper buckle at it's loosest. The lower buckle would NOT go any tighter than the middle hole, and with the upper buckle at the loosest and the lower at the middle, it made an awful crease in the leather that looked really odd. I ended up just leaving them both at the middle hole and they fit pretty well. Overall they look really good, fit decently well, and offer great protection.
December 1, 2014
A++ on form and durability. Function, however....
I love these boots: stylish, comfortable, rugged. The gotcha - and it's a big one - They're really, really hard to ride in. I have to jam my foot between the peg and gear shift - nothing graceful about it. I'm hoping with enough wear they'll soften up a bit and it will be easier but after 6+ months of casual wear and they're as still as ever... which is really what you want in a protective boot. Recommended, but use caution.
April 22, 2014
I received these boots a couple weeks a go and have riden about 200 miles in them. As previously mentioned, they are quite stiff to start but are breaking in very nicely. I like the buckle system. The soles are sturdy and grippy. I feel like I gained at least another 1/2" in height. Very comfortable. I feel well protected. Now I am considering getting the tall version in black.
October 8, 2013
Super stylish and functional.
I really like these boots. They appear to be well made and durable. A bit stiff at first but break in easily. True to size. No issues there. Very satisfied with this purchase.
October 7, 2013
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Leah F: I just purchased my first bike and needed some good boots that also looked nice.Aug 29, 2014
Torin D: These are the best looking boots for women with decent protection. & Because Alpinestars doesn't offer the Women's Joey shoes in black on black like they do for the men.Aug 7, 2014
Lynn T: I love the styling of the Elsinore, but want to be able to walk and hike in them, too.Apr 14, 2014
Robert Z: Bought them for my wife, but she didn't like the way the felt with her gear shift.Apr 4, 2014
Annette C asked:These look relatively stiff. Are they too stiff or do they did into the back of your ankle when you tip toe on them? Is it even possible to tip toe in them with the lace protector?Nov 28, 2014
Camille W:they are pretty stiff and a bit bulky, but it is possible to tip toe on them. most of the stiffness is in the lower part, the shank/toe/heel, not so much at the ankle. there are no laces to protect, any adjustment is in the buckles, which is not much to be honest. the lack of real adjustment is my main complaint with these boots. these boots are very protective, and any motorcycle boot that has any sort of crash protection will not have a lot of movement, movement is counter productive to protection. personally i really like them, i ride a ducati monster and the style is much more suited to it than most sportbike style shoes, but still offer a lot more protection than standard non motorcycle specific boots.Dec 1, 2014
robin g:They are stiff, but not uncomfortably so. They feel secure and a fit as if a platform tennis shoe had a baby with a hiking boot. I haven't worn mine to the point were they've broken into a soft leather, but I have flexibility of ankle movement, good arch support, and total foot protection. No digging, but you aren't going to do much tip toeing in them. I bought them to assist with height and I chose them over the other platform/ high heel boots because they offered more protection.Nov 28, 2014
Richard S:Annette I bought these for my wife Colleen. She loves them. I also have the men's version I they are my favorite ridding boots. They are pretty stiff. You can tip toe in them and neither Colleen nor I find any issues with them digging into our heels. I can't flat foot my BMW GS so I am on the balls of my feet quite a bit and they don't create any issues.
Lynn T:These boots are stiff, but broke in to a reasonably stiff place. Haven't tried tip-toeing as described. I find them comfortable enough to walk 1/2 mile but tend to bring hiking boots and change for any real walking/hiking. They also are pretty heavy. They look awesome, and the sole sticks to pavement like its Velcro!(saying that like its a good thing :-)Nov 29, 2014
Jacky K:They are relatively stiff out of the box but loosen up quickly. They fit me perfectly. So comfy but I feel like my foot/ankle are protected. And quite stylish I might add. I think the leather can be broken in sufficiently so that you can tip toe in them. Hope this helps.Nov 29, 2014
A shopper asked:I usually wear a 10.5-11 in W's and wanted to know how this boot should fit. My foot is super long, and very narrow and usually swims in men's shoes. What's the sizing like on this? I know it says true to fit, but that's confusing as so many shoe makers claim this..Jul 7, 2014
Martha F:I always wear a W's 8M, and I have this boot in 8M. Perfect length, good width. You can adjust the straps for a tighter fit. Also they're a bit stiff around the top edge and I find them much more comfortable with high socks, so that may help with a narrower foot. I love these boots! Definitely recommend trying them out in your regular size. (I also have the Elsinore boots -- the tall version -- in black. Also love those!) P.S. Even though the video says they look good with all bikes except a cruiser, I wear them on my BMW and on my Harley, and they always look good!Jul 7, 2014
Jeanne M:This boot is true to fit. I wear a 9.5 most all of the time and ordered 9.5 and they fit just right. They look wide on the outside but the width fit fine and I don't have wide feet. So I would say order the 11 and you should be fine. Nice boots lots of protection and I like the look they are different than all the street boots. Easy on and off.Jul 7, 2014
Madelyn G:This boot is true to fit for my size 10's in regular socks, but feels a little short in thicker boot socks. You might be better off going with the men's size 9-10 shoe rather than the women's. I do wish that the shoe was a little wider at the toe box when walking, but it's such a great boot for riding that I can forgive it.Jul 8, 2014
Jacky K:I'd say these boots run a bit wide. They may not be a good fit for a long narrow foot. They do have an adjustable buckle for a more custom fit . Given revzillas free shipping and awsome return policy they may be worth a try. I do love them.Jul 8, 2014
Jacky K:I'd say these boots run a bit wide. They may not be a good fit for a long narrow foot. However, given revzillas free shipping and awsome return policy it may be worth a try. I do love them.Jul 8, 2014