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Icon Women's Elsinore Boots

The Elsinore’s five-strap alloy buckle chassis, stamped metal heel plate, and internal steel shank combine for a serious dose of moto-x homage. The traditional Goodyear welt construction mates the street-specific sole to the magnificent leather upper. A zippered medial entry zipper, borrowed from Paratrooper jump boots, is the only luxury the Elsinore will allow itself. A modern relic from an era when Women were iron and tanks were steel, the Elsinore, old-school MX reinterpreted for the urban sprawl.

Features:

  • WOMEN SPECIFIC FIT
  • 12” TOP GRAIN LEATHER UPPER
  • GOODYEARTM WELT CONSTRUCTION
  • ICON CAST METAL BUCKLES
  • ICON STAMPED METAL HEEL PLATE
  • HEAT PRESSED LEATHER SHIFTER PANEL
  • HEAT PRESSED MOLDED LEATHER SHIN PLATE
  • INTERNAL ANKLE PROTECTION
  • AXIALMETRIC STEEL SHANK
  • YKK ZIPPERS

Note: The 8.5 Women's Elsinore Boot measures 15"  in diameter at calf level (11" from the sole) with the buckles on their widest settings.

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Icon 1000 Women's Elsinore Boots 4.5 5 12 12
These boots are serious business Ladies, these are some killer boots. I was a little hesitant to buy them after reading some of the reviews about how heavy and big these boots are. The style finally won me over and I picked up a pair in person at Revzilla in Philly. Yup, these are heavy boots, but if you are used to wearing boots then it won't be a huge issue. I wore them 24/7 to break them in and now I wear them all the time, riding or not. I am a very curvy girl and didn't have any issue with the calves being too small. For the break in period I put the buckles on the loosest setting and I've been tightening them as they break in. They are leather so they do wear in nicely. When you buy them, make sure they are good and snug, almost uncomfortably so. Mine were and now the foot has plenty of room if I wanted to wear boot socks in colder weather. Protection wise these suckers can take a beating and keep you in good shape. I may or may not have tested this theory by dropping my bike on myself in our gravel driveway...more than once. My leg was bruised, but my boots kept me looking good from the calf down. I have no doubt that if I were to go down at speed they'd keep me in good shape. As far as shifting goes, well, I have a tiny Honda CB350 and I can shift just fine. It took a few adjustments to make everything fit, but fit it does. Yes, the toe box is pretty big, but I use the side of my toe anyway so I don't need to get my whole toe under there. A note on quality: I saw a few reviewers had quality issues. When I ordered my boots they popped a seam on the top of the foot within two days. Revzilla replaced them for me and I haven't had one complaint or issue with the replacement pair, so I can only guess that as with most things, sometimes you just get a bad apple. All in all these are some sexy motorcycle boots. I love mine to pieces and I plan on picking up a brown pair of the mens...unless ICON would like to start offering the women's in brown as well. August 19, 2014
They Rock with Hello Kitty socks I bought these for my wife. I have been concerned with her lack of protective foot gear. We looked through the womens boot selection on Revzilla and these are her pick! She likes her new boots and feels more protected riding two up. She also likes the easy on/off zips. I like her to like riding so we are both very happy! Quality fit and style are all way above what we expected for the price! July 21, 2014
Great boots! Not only do they look great, but they are so comfy too! They fit a little tight with pants tucked into them, around the ankle bone, its hard to get the zipper past there. But without pants on underneath they fit perfectly. Fit to size as well. July 21, 2014
Almost perfect I love these boots. I'm also a runner and my feet feel safe. My only complaint, sort of, is that because I have high arches, the top of my foot hits the top of the shoe and it hurt. So I just put in thinner inserts. No problem then. May 5, 2014
INCREDIBLE BOOT! Amazing - I can't say enough about this boot. Great protection, good for off road and touring. Great style, loosens up nicely. Once worn for a while, it is very comfortable solo or on the back. April 30, 2014
Love them and HATE them These boots look cool and of course, finally! Something that is actually performance and has some style to it? I will try it ... even if our only option is BLACK (hey, if you don't like the yellow stitching, simply use a permanent black marker over it =) PROS: - Adjustable side straps - you can tighten these up to fit under/over pants and according to your ankle/shin. - Leather - Toe is reinforced in such a way that it feels "heavy duty" - Look cool - Ankle and shin protection lacking from some boots - Good width at toes CONS: - Definitely not boots for the track! (LOL) - Heavy - you're literally carrying weights on your feet which make it difficult to walk - Super stiff - these are like wearing ski boots at first ... very little give and difficult to break in. I've had them now about 3 weeks and they are finally starting to bend *just a little bit* ... and I wear them for 10 hour days about 4 days out of the week. - Tread is not good for riding on a sport bike - The tread is super thick and that's good or bad depending on what you're looking for ... but I ride on my toes and the grip combined with the weight of the boot (and break-in time) makes it difficult to move my foot back and forth to shift - Ankle/heel width is too wide ... I have a wide foot at the toe, so the toe of the boot feels better than the heel ... makes me wonder if these are actually guy boots that they are pressing out at "women's" b/c my heel is moving up and down due to the lack of boot flexibility ... I'm gonna have to buy heel inserts to prevent movement (not good !) ... Guys have a broader ankle/heel than women ... women's boots typically taper to the more narrow ankle/heel and that's why we need WOMEN's boots ... I purchased a size 10 (wear a 9 shoe) so I could be sure to get the width I needed. I think my foot would be screaming for width if I had a size 9 ... but now b/c I have a 10, there's too much room in the ankle/heel - No arch support - wearing these walking a couple blocks or all day while at work will make your knees and hips hurt due to lack of flexibility and no support in the foot ... makes ya feel like you're flat footed ! (again, think "ski boot" with no arch support) ... I've been having knee and hip problems when I get out of these boots and have to re-balance the body through stretching and other means COMPARED TO OTHER BOOTS: - ICON boots typically are not performance boots for me (fit is not great for performance b/c they don't fit well in the width of the toe/ provide arch support/ don't fit well in the ankle&heel) ... my first pair were Icon which I traded in for used Oxtar (now TCX brand) - TCX boots are too tight for me in the toe - Dainese boots fit me the best (great foot support and are flexible) ... they are performance boots for the same price as these boots. - Haven't been able to get to other brands in a store yet (e.g. Spidi) MY OVERALL PERSPECTIVE: I don't think the average rider/passenger cares about the details as do I b/c they don't need what I need from a boot. Do your best to try before you buy ... I knew I was gambling when I purchased these boots b/c I figured I had a 50/50 chance of them actually working out. They were not in a store around me (right now, it may be different). I fell for the look ... cuz, gawd, we women have so few options when it comes to cool looking AND comfortable performance gear. Depending on WHY you are buying, will depend on if these boots are a good choice for you ... - These boots make my foot look 3 times it's natural size ... if you like the "goth"/"apocalyptic" look - these are good for you. My typical gear is custom kevlar pants over leggings, so the clothes I'm wearing with these boots is not a fashion issue for me ... either way (with the pants or leggings) the boots look good. - If you are a passenger rider and you won't be walking around a lot in these boots, they should be fine. - If you are a gal who rides cruisers, they should be fine b/c you're not riding on your toes. - These are quickly becoming my "option" pair after I get them broken in and I'm going to buy a pair of Dainese and save my feet/knees/hips March 20, 2014
I love the style! It's just an amazing looking boot! My calves fit just fine after adjusting (my calves are slightly meatier than most females). They're a bit smaller than an eight should be, but I think its because, unfortunately, Icon simply made a smaller version of a men's boot. They didn't really consider a woman's foot shape, really, which makes them a bit uncomfortable. otherwise they're fantastic boots a little on small side. But it has protection you can you feel. I just got them but I can tell they're going to last me forevet.great quality November 13, 2013
So far, so good... After picking these up and logging a few miles on them, I wanted to leave some input that differs from what exists out there. I have athletic build with neither anemic nor bulging calves, and these fit fine. If you can't fit into traditional tall boots without needing the wide-calf version (think Frye's or similar), then you'll likely fit into these without a problem. They aren't very tall - low to mid-calf depending on height - and there is definitely some wiggle-room on the fit. I was also expecting a behemoth of a boot based on reviews stating their significant weight, but I don't find them to be particularly cumbersome compared to a regular pair of engineer boots. Women manage to shove their feet into tons of uncomfortable shoes - and as far as these boots go, they're definitely on the mild end of the spectrum. They're substantial but not weighty, protective but not restricting, and a little boot oil makes the break-in fly by and takes some of the obscene brightness out of the yellow stitching. If you ride in boots or protective footwear already, these will probably seem like heaven; if this is your first pair of moto footwear, they may seem a bit unwieldy. The biggest caveat with these boots is for short women, and something I wish I had known: IF you are short and toe any of your bikes, these will lack the flex to do so. You will not be getting the ball of your foot down and flexing the mid-boot, nor will you be able to point your toes down and catch the ground. You WILL end up doing the saddle-slide or eyeballing the highest point of the road or something similar. Even after a significant break-in period, these simply don't have the flex if you have a taller bike and shorter inseam. October 18, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Eileen W: "Going out on a 10 day excursion, bound to hit some weather. This had great reviews and so far I love it!" Aug 25, 2014
Jessica \"JB\" S: I've always been a big fan of boots that look menacing and I love the style and protection these boots offer. In short these boots are 100% me! And I think my piglet is going to love them too. Aug 1, 2014
Andrew P: MY WIFE WANTED THEM. Jul 15, 2014
Joan V: Gift for my daughter. Jun 29, 2014
Kirsten K: I badly need a new pair of boots and love my Oxtar boots that are now TCX ... giving these a try b/c they actually look cool AND like a good pair of riding boots instead of a non-stylish design, like most women's boots ! Hope they fit. Feb 24, 2014
Michelle B: Rugged, durable, safety value and good reviews Feb 23, 2014
Lawanda I: I love the look, the reviews were all great and MotoLady gave a high rating for this boot. Feb 18, 2014
sarah k h: they are the most badass looking boots out there :) Dec 20, 2013
Emily C: Wanted a boot with both good protection, style, but was not your typical moto boot to compliment my custom cafe racer. This fit the bill perfectly. Oct 27, 2013
Renee D: I am looking for a boot with some height to it.:) Oct 12, 2013
Thoung D: Because she wanted it. Sep 5, 2013
LIZ M: They look soooo. Cool Aug 20, 2013
Wayne L: Solid construction, but mostly being the best looking boot the world has ever seen... Aug 16, 2013
A shopper asked: I'm trying to find the most protective touring/commuting suitable boot for women at a reasonable price. Does this boot have reinforced toe caps? What kind (material/technology) of ankle protection specifically does it offer? Would this boot be waterproof? Mar 27, 2013
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Dasota: The sidewall and tip of the toe is very stiff, but the top of it is fairly soft. I'm not sure what its reinforced with, probably plastic or hardened leather. There is a 3/4 steel shank in the sole of it, from the heel to the ball of the foot. The ankles are thick leather, and the outside of the ankle has an additional bit of leather/plastic reinforcement.

As far as waterproof goes, I don't know if they're water"proof", but I filled my bathtub up with about 3 inches of water, put my boots on, and hopped in. They didn't soak through at all, but if water goes in over the cuff then there's nothing you can do about that. Only had my feet in for about 30 seconds.
May 3, 2013
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appliance250: I read a review online by a woman rider who was very happy with the boots. It has plastic inserts front, rear and at the ankles (inner and outer). It also has the shin protection. The sole wraps around so there's that too. The leather seems pretty thick.

For the money I couldn't find anything with more protection unless it's a pure MX boot.

They have a waterproof lining - never wore them in the rain.
Apr 12, 2013
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A shopper asked: Are these true to size? Dec 23, 2013
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Taisa N: Yes they are true to size - 8 1/2. They are a bit on the narrow side, as I am told the Icons are. I have wide feet and I do feel the squeeze across my foot on the bone just below my pinky toe (widest part across). But they are leather so I figure they'll break in soon enough. I find I don't notice it much until the end of a decent riding day when I'm glad to get them off. The awesome part is that they fit in the calves (!!) because they are adjustable. I find 1 of the 5 buckles is a bit loose when I get the others fitting just right. Awesome boots. Dec 24, 2013
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Cassie E: Yes! They run true to size. I had read that they do run small, so I ordered a half size up. Fortunately, I can easily fit between a 9.5-10 & have healthy feet without any issues.
I would stick to your size & anticipate them to loosen, somewhat, with wear.
The plentiful straps will aid in adjusting the fit around your calf & lower leg.
These are heavy duty but extremely comfortable boots.
Heat exchange is easily remedied with sock thickness.
Dec 29, 2013
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Noel C: Yes, it a little roomy in the toe area but nothing two pair of sock won't take care of. Also the upper boot stretches out just a tad so after the first week tighten up the straps and it's perfect. I would by another pair without a second thought. Also I wear these as daily wears not just for riding. Very comfortable Dec 24, 2013
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LIZ M: yes, they are true to their size....they take a bit of time to wear em in, but once they are worn in are vey comfortable!!!!! Dec 24, 2013
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G V: Yes, they are true to size. My wife wears a women's size 7 and they fit perfect. Dec 23, 2013
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James C: My wife is a size 9, so we ordered a 9 and it fit her perfectly.
Dec 29, 2013
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Wayne L: I found these to be true to size, and of a medium width last. Dec 24, 2013
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Marc W: Yes I bought a pair size 6 and they fit like a six. Dec 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hi, I'm looking for boots that would give me an extra half to one inch since I'm currently tippy-toeing on my CBR600RR, do you feel as if this boot gives you a little elevation just by the virtue of its construction? I'm keeping an open mind when it comes to adding a little height, so would appreciate your feedback, thank you. Sep 19, 2013
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Robert S: These boots have a nice thick sole on them. I am 5'11" and my husband is 6'2". When I wear these boots, I look him right in the eye. Kind of makes me feel just a little tougher. Of course, these boots just look tough to begin with. ;)

I think you might still be on your toes a bit, but I don't know what you are riding in now. I can tell you that these boots are good an stiff, which is what I wanted. I have no fear of hurting a shin or ankle if I go down. And I like the fact that they have a good heel on them to make me just a little taller.

One thing I found is that the stitching is really yellow, which I didn't like a whole lot, but my husband used some black Kiwi polish and scuffed them up a little, now they look perfect. I would totally buy these again...
Sep 20, 2013
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Genevieve G: Hey. I'm not so sure about the exact measurement, but these boots are THICK in the sole. I compared them next to my regular combat boots and the sole is 1.5 to 2x the height. I think it may give you that extra 1/2 inch that you want.

Also, FYI, these boots are pretty tight - literally, around the calf area.

Hope that helps!
Sep 19, 2013
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Taisa N: I measured the sole and it's exactly 1 inch high. I wore my 1" high hiking boots before I bought these so I don't have anything else to compare to height-wise. Why don't you try on a pair of hikers or something with a 1" rise to see if it does the trick before you buy the boots? Sep 19, 2013
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LIZ M: Yes the boots will most definitely give you the height you are looking for, the boors are AWESOME...you'll love them! Sep 20, 2013
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Belinda M: In short no! They (I don't think) are not designed that way. Sep 20, 2013
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G V: About an inch. Sep 20, 2013
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A shopper asked: I've never purchased boots like these. I realized quick that I was in over my head when I threw my leg over my Raider right out of the box. So how do you break them in? Education please! Aug 26, 2014
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Samarys S: I absolutely love these boots. But yes you have to break them in. I heard about the soaking in water and alcohal trick but after a shoe repairman warned me against it I never did try it. More than likely he wouldn't suggest using alcohol either, and I'm not so sure I'd want to experiment with a pair of boots that cost me a days wages.
TIME is your best friend here. Wear then as often as you can and break them in naturally, that way you won't shorten their lifespan with some quick fix tricks that will essentially damage the boots in the long run.
Aug 27, 2014
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Cassie E: To soften them, use a bit of Neats Foot Oil, gently & lightly rubbing it in. I found that rubbing it on the back of the heel and the two sides of the foot where the most beneficial .
Simply wearing them, especially on the bike, will break them in faster than you realize. At first they seem cumbersome but after a while you will grow to appreciate them like no other. Walking, bending, are good also.
Hope this helps! :)
These are my most prized piece of equipment.
Aug 26, 2014
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Krista A: It takes a while to break them in. I wore mine around the house for a couple of weeks, and deliberately flexed them to soften the leather. You can start riding with them before they're fully broken in though, and within a few hundred miles they'll be fine. Once they do break in though, they're amazingly comfortable. Keep in mind that you may have to adjust your gear shift lever and rear brake lever due to the boots' larger toe box and thicker sole. Aug 26, 2014
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G V: My wife and daughter wear the same size shoes. So she had our 15 year old wear them to high school to help break them in when she isn't wearing them herself. They just take a lot of getting used to, but get a lot of attention. Aug 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: The video mentions this boot possibly being stiff on a rearset. Has anyone riding with a rearset experienced this? Nov 16, 2013
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Andrey F: yeah, my girlfriend can not ride a sport bike in it. (for 2 number its ok)
only chopper
they are non flexible and non sensitive for sport riding
Dec 13, 2013
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