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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.

Note: The stitching on the boot is yellow, as seen in the video.

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Icon 1000 Women's Elsinore Boots 4.4 5 20 20
Don't Rule These Out for Sport Bikes Just Yet They look even better in person than online, slightly intimidating even. Their construction and heft seem heavy duty and unlike the Forma Harmony boot - which had no weight and wouldn't pass the twist test - these do not buckle in any direction and probably won't for many years. FIT: For me, these fit perfect right out of the box from top to bottom, almost as if custom molded after my foot shape, further evidence they were made for a woman. The custom feeling was enhanced by the ingenious straps which can take you from loose to tight at whatever point on an ankle or calf needed. 2nd pin fit better than the first and as they break in, holes can always be added. Decided to ride with jeans tucked in though cuffing them up looked acceptable as did the They are stiff, but not rigid or restricting. The toes is so solid and the boots so armored that if my foot were run over it would be injury free. Walking around there was occasional toe bump up against the front on both but they flexed easily enough to where I could see myself wearing them at my destination, even working. Wish they were a smidge longer in the toe though b/c to go up a bit would mean when they break in they would be too large elsewhere. ON BIKE: I love them. I really do. Having worn about a dozen manufacturers boots while motorbiking the past 40 years, the past 10 on sport bikes, it was quickly apparent these were designed to excel at that, while also looking hot. Can't tell you the numbers of looks, honks, and shouts I got from guys and gals. Last motorbike specific boots I rode in were the waterprrof TXC/Oxtar Sunray, & before that, I had an IXS girly boot which sported only the toe shifter pad to qualify as a biker boot. My go to have been Frye Engineers, CAT Alaska and Carly boots for going out, errands, or commuting. These have the heft of the Alaska's, but the flexibility of the Carly, and protection of the taller Frye and Sunray. And like the TCX boot line, Icon made these to perform while riding, which they do outstandingly. RIDING: First thing I noticed was how tough it was to fit between the sliders and pegs/shifter. Finding Neutral to start/warm up took longer than ever before, but toe offs, stops, and bike maneuvering in tight spots or parking seemed easier somehow, even though this boot is the same 1" sole height as my CATs, attributable perhaps to the the stiff height of the shaft. Accelerating I experienced a lot of missed or skipped upshifts, but had no issues downshifting. After years and years of riding, you get the feel of a bike, and it becomes more instinct than finesse. As the boot loosened, and I realized how I had to point my toe to achieve clean shifts, the number of missed gears decreased. The less thought I placed on how they fit on the bike, the more I could anticipate post break-in comfort and a lifetime of protection. PROS (and these are biggies): Most intriguing to me was how much more control I felt this boot provided. It's as if b/c the boot is so stiff, it allowed me to manipulate turns and aversive moves with much more control and therefor confidence. B/c my ability was ratcheted up, I didn't want to stop riding, but longer meant more enjoyable than the last time out. Although they are rather warm, my Daytona 675 exhaust is routed under the seat but these prevented the scalding heat to reach my legs. The sticky sole kept me planted on whichever pegs I intended to use once I got the feel of the thick toe. CAVEATS: The tops of the both boots would catch on the arm of my passenger peg, which is an easy remedy since they're removable, but pretty alarming the first few times my leg didn't get free to tap the brake or shift, forcing me to grab a handful of clutch. When standing on the left boot toe while pumping gas, noticed it left a dimple on the interior even after the outer dent disappeared? My foot slipped down and off the drive side (left) foot peg because of the extreme angle of the toe to get under my frame slider to shift. There is ample traction, it was just how my weight had shifted while pointing my foot down to engage the gear caused the boot to let go. Revzilla quickly honored the product warranty given my pair had seams on both boots which were sewn onto the out sole rather than under it (see images). In a crash I'd be afraid they would fail at the seams. Unless my shoe guy (I have a shoe guy) could fix that and push the length a tiny bit, not sure I should opt for these again. Unless I pick up the Ducati Scrambler! Am considering the SIDI Apex Lei for summer but would love Icon to reduce toe height -- which is 3" from outsole to top, making the total height to fit peg space 4". Then women could enjoy some style while riding fully protected. Still have not ruled these out for fall either. June 23, 2015
BAD @$$ BOOT!! Icon is killing it with their new boot designs! Great boot, super strong–I could literally have a car run over my foot and I wouldn't feel it–these boots are tough! They fit like motocross boots, very stiff, so great for scooters and cruiser type bikes. Definitely wouldn't recommend these on a sports bike, the toe is too big to wedge into the shifter and peg, plus they hardly bend. So, walking for a long time in these are not ideal. They do heat up, so during summer months, these might be a drag to wear. But they're so bad @$$, you'll get comments on how awesome they look. April 10, 2015
Not for Sport Bikes These are hot boots! Very very stiff outa the box. Been breaking them in for a week now. Loads of protection in the right places. I wear a 8 1/2 and that's what I ordered- my toe is right at the top...I think they will wear in and fit just right as leather does. These boots are really not good for sport bike riding- cannot hardly fit under the shift peg- I think I might stick the toe in a vice and flatten them out. (without my feet in them). April 9, 2015
Beefy Boots Not For Large Calves I wore these boots all day yesterday in order to start the break in process. I found they were wider than they should be in the heels but fit snug in the rest of my foot. Feet are a bit sore today! They are a very tight fit on my calves. They do feel like motocross boots at first but I'm sure that will get better as they break in. I don't really think they are worth the price but you are paying for the looks. March 18, 2015
Just Keep Getting Better I actually purchased these from a different place but I had done all my research here so I wanted to put my two cents in. The first pair I bought fit great, I went down a half size like the other reviews said. I had them shipped to work and decided to start breaking them in but about 2 hours into wearing them (mainly at my desk) the zipper had busted under the zipper pull. Luckily I was able to maneuver my foot out of them. I returned them and received a new pair. The new pair has been great except that this pair is slightly too small. I have to wear paper thin socks so my toes don't bang up against the front of the boot. I have very skinny legs and basically no calves so the tightness other reviewers have mentioned was not an issue for me. They felt like snowboard boots at first because they are so snug and rigid but they feel extremely protective. I've been wearing them riding for about 3 months now and they are breaking in nicely. I have tightened up the buckles as they have worn in so there isn't as much of a gap between my calves and the boots. With my jeans tucked in it can get tight around the ankles where my pants bunch up. I was not a fan of the yellow contrast stitching but I just went over it with black leather dye and now I am perfectly happy with them. These are probably the only motorcycle boots that I actually like the look of, and even more so now. Some people have wondered about the air flow and breathability of these and I haven't had a problem. Yesterday I went riding for about 3 hours and it was 95-100 degrees throughout the ride and I never even noticed my feet being hot. Did the same thing today and again, no issue at all. I did have to adjust the shift lever so the boots would fit but now that that is set up I'm good to go. Overall I love these boots and feel so safe in them, I would recommend them for sure. March 15, 2015
Great features and style I can wear between a 9-10 women's size, so I chose 9.5 and so far this seems to have been the correct choice. The toe box seems a little short for the size, so that my toes are just about touching the front of the boot, but the foot bed is wide and the heel is roomy, so that if I had gone up a half size the boots would not fit properly. I also think they will stretch just a little after extended wear and I don't want them to be too big. My calves aren't large, but I run and walk often so they're a little wider than usual, but these fit great. I had to undo the buckles to get them on the first time but after that I zipped them, adjusted the buckles, and have had no problem getting them back on without undoing the buckles. These boots are also not as clunky and heavy as I had thought they would be, based on the other reviews I've read. They're clearly heavier than a normal shoe but I was thinking it would be a workout to lift my foot: not the case. it's obvious you'll be well-protected by these boots. Style-wise, they're awesome, like Mad Max awesome. The yellow stitching is not as vibrant as I had thought it would be, again, based on previous reviews. I wouldn't black it out and think it adds some character to the look of the boots. March 12, 2015
Love them! New rider but wanted good boots. Got these end of season and haven't ridden in them yet. They fit well. Initially apparent they are meant more for riding position than walking, but I'm breaking them in a bit over the winter. They have a stiff shank, extra ankle protection, and are adjustable with the buckles... easy on/off with the zip. They seem warm, so not sure about air flow. Plus they look awesome, even with tights and a skirt (which is not how I'll ride). Haven't had other riding boots so no ideas about how features compare. November 18, 2014
These Boots Kick Butt These boots kick butt! They're true to size and pretty comfortable. I have pretty beefy calves so I sit on the last hole but they fit fine. The style is outstanding, I get a lot of compliments. (I wear them with my jeans tucked in.) The toe is a little too stiff and beefy to get under a toe shifter so invest in a heal shifter because these boots are worth it! September 9, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Erica A: I chose these boots because 1. They looked awesome and they also offer all the protection I could want on my bike. Yes, the toe is a bit large which caused shifting to be a bit more difficult but that was fixed by just adjusting my shift lever up a knotch. They are not for anyone with larger calves though. May 22, 2015
D E: I love the look and I was looking for a good built boot with ankle protection. Jan 15, 2015
Linda B: The look, the look, the look, the look!!!!!!!!! Awesome design as expected from Icon!!! BUT, had to return....just a little too stiff and heavy....couldn't even feel if I was on the footpeg or not! Am I under the shifter?!? Considered them a bit dangerous, since I do rely on "feel". Sep 25, 2014
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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Peter H: 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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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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A S: Thanks for the tip!! I was trying to figure out a good way to break them in too. May 1, 2015
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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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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Lena B asked: Anyone know whether there is a steel toe? Only one reviewer mentioned it in all the research i have done. I think that is an important feature to list if so. Some feel strongly for others against steel toes in the event of a crash.

(it was a motorcycle usa site and i just Googled Icon Elsinore + sport bike to get it)
Jun 8, 2015
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Nina P: Hi Lena,

To answer your question, no there is not a steel toe in this boot. However, there is a pretty strong toe guard. Everything about this boot is great and I feel it has good protection. BTW, I know a woman who is a daily rider who swears by her steel toe. It's a personal preference. Hope this helps.
Jun 9, 2015
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barb j: According to my research, it isnt steel but whatever they use for protecting the toe area, it feels solid as !! I love these boots. I ride a Honda GB400TT & have no problem with changing gears (& Im a novice). Have worn them a few times without the bike to "break them in" & get lots of compliments. Jun 8, 2015
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Andrew P: These boots are not steel toe boots. There is a steel shank in the sole. The boots do not flex alot. My wife wears these boots when she takes her bike to the dirt and loves them. Jun 8, 2015
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A shopper asked: Can I get these in the Oiled Brown? Mar 26, 2015
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Susanna P: Only the men's Elsinore boots come in both oiled brown and black, so depending on your shoe size this may be an option. Likewise the women's El Bajo come in oiled brown but not black. Apr 8, 2015
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samantha B: You can if you order the men's boots. Mar 26, 2015
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James C: Yes they come in oiled brown. Mar 26, 2015
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A shopper asked: I read a review from 2013 that stated these had a steel toe. Can anyone confirm this? i don't want my toes severed of in a toe first crash. Jun 7, 2015
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Lisa S: Yeah, no steel toe. Reinforced toe box and shifter panel. They are awesome boots! Jun 12, 2015
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Carol M: These do not have a steel toe. Jun 8, 2015
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A shopper asked: Any info available on shaft height and maximum calf size that these will fit would be greatly appreciated - usually can't buy tall womens boots due to my large calf diameter. Also - any comments on these for dual sport riding? Thx in advance! Jan 20, 2015
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Robert S: So, I bought these for both my wife and I for riding our dualsports 90% off road. She is 6' and about 190. I am not sure of her calf size, but I do know that we had to take back a bunch of Michael Kors boots this Christmas because she just couldn't get them zipped over her calf. The Elsinore's fit just fine over her calf on the second notch of the buckles. You won't have any problem getting them over your calf. Where you will have an issue is with your bike. We had to move both of our shift levers up a notch because of the size of the outside of the toe. It is no problem to do, it is just difficult to shift until you move it up a notch. Trust me, it will be worth it. These boots are super comfortable, and look really cool. Jan 21, 2015
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Stephanie M: whoops. I swear I didn't see the calf info in the description before. Any chance of getting Calf circumference info on a size 9? Jan 20, 2015
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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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Jessica H asked: Can someone list the measurement for the sole under the ball of the foot and then the heel of these boots? I am currently wearing work boots to ride my Ninja 600R but need slightly more height wise. The measurement for my work boots' soles under the ball of my foot is about half an inch tall. Are these a little taller? Do you think they would be a good investment for my situation? Jun 15, 2015
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