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Icon Field Armor 2 Boots

The Icon Field Armor 2 Boots are straight foot mounted sledge hammers for the soldiers of the street that ride hard, fast and free. These boots blend features found on track, off-road and casual boots to create an ankle-height  all-rounder that can be worn anywhere. Leather and ballistic nylon chassis, Goodyear Welt Construction, slip resistant outsole, and dual buckle closures forge a heavy artillery silhouette. D3O ankle insert, durable heel and toe boxes, axialmetricaxial metric steel shank and rubber shifter interface equip the Field Armor 2 Boot for long-term motorcycle deployment. When diplomacy fails, and the only answer is a campaign of shock & awe, the Field Armor 2 Boot answers the call.

Features:

  • Leather and ballistic nylon upper
  • Goodyear welt construction
  • D30 ankle inserts
  • Slip resistant outsole
  • Cast metal heel plate
  • Rubber shifter interface
  • Injection molded heel and side overlays
  • Axialmetric steel shank
  • Dual buckle closure
  • CE Certified
4.3 / 5
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8.5 42
9 43
9.5 43.5
10 44
10.5 44.5
11 45
11.5 45.5
12 46
13 47
14 48.5

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These Boots Will Outlast Mankind
I'm pretty sure these boots were featured in the apocalyptic historical document "Waterworld". These boots survived an apocalypse and remained in tact on the ocean floor for 500 years before being found by "the Mariner". Yes, they're big, but if you're trying to choose between these boots or your bike, just know this: roads will be underwater in the near future - you'll still be able to use the boots, but your bike will be useless. Pay no attention to reviews saying "these boots don't fit under my shifter". If these boots don't fit under your shifter your bike needs to be modified! Designed for continuous roundhouses and relentless @$$ kicking, these boots make guys like Chuck Norris, Van Damme, and Steven Seagal jealous. Baddest boots on the planet - and will remain so for at least another 500 years (or until the FA3 arrives).
October 5, 2015
Ride:
2003 Triumph Speed Four
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Cannot shift with these on.
Cannot shift with these on. Does not allow ankle to bend down. You can't put boot between the peg and the shifter. Would have to raise the shifter 2-3 inches to even make it possible (3-4 inch raise to be comfortable)

I drive a Ducati Diavel and I assume these boots won't work on most any upright sitting motorbike. Maybe on cruiser, maybe on some sport bikes.

All that said, the boots are more comfortable than you would guess given the stiffness. The look sweet and they are totally bulletproof. Very protective. If you can shift your bike with these things on, then I think you will love them.
March 22, 2016
Ride:
2015 Ducati Diavel
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I don't limp.
I wore the original Field Armor boots. When a driver shot passed a stop sign and t-boned me on my bike, her car actually hit my right foot - slamming it between her car and the bike's engine. I suffered no broken foot bones! I thank those boots for the fact I could walk after picking myself up from the road. The bike was totalled, but wearing proper gear, like these boots, meant though I was a bit soar and bruised, I suffered nothing serious/permanent. Get these things! They're comfortable, and if you need 'em to they'll keep your feet intact.
February 1, 2016
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4 / 5
I like them.
I'm a dual sport rider (DR650). I bought these after I decided that MX boots were a little too much for the Florida heat. I wanted something I'd actually wear, because boots don't do your ankle any good in an accident when they're at home.

The latches are metal, but the latch receptacles are what seems to be pretty strong plastic. They're adjustable and go on and off easy, yet secure.

The boots could be a little wider. I wear a size 12 US sneaker, but 12 wide boots. These were just in 12. They fit great, but my feet are wide AND flat and I wish they had a wide size. With that said, it's not bad. They're comfortable.

They are stiffer than Hugh Hefner jacked up on a bunch of blue pills. I walked around in these for a week and ended up having to raise up my shifter a notch. This wasn't too big of a deal, and I'm sure with time they'll loosen up more with time.

They look like moon boots, but if you throw pants on over them, I think they're quite stylish for a motorcycle boot.

Overall, I like them and I am happy with my purchase. They feel like they'll protect my feet/ankles in an accident.
February 26, 2014
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5 / 5
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Great Boots
After watching two riders go down with their bikes while stopping because their laces got caught on their peg, I decided no more laces for me.

I wear a size 14 shoe. My foot is also wide. I ordered a size 14 in these ICON boots and they fit spot on. No laces to mess with. Two very secure and heavy duty clips on each boot holds them tight to my foot. They are heavy, but I am confident if I ever need them, their bulk will protect my lower leg. Walking is not difficult for short distances.

I like these boots so much I bought a second pair. Highly recommended.
August 8, 2014
Ride:
2014 Harley Davidson Switchback FLD
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
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5 / 5
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3 / 5
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5 / 5
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Great Boot
Stiff at first - uhh yeah like wearing a plastic ski boot. I looked like Frankenstein walking around in these at first. Also really hurt the area above my ankle after the first day.

However, 2 rides later and they are feeling better. Still a bit stiff but I can feel it getting better.

Icon gear is always a bit tight but I believe that is good as it loosens up it is molded to you.

Pros:
- Look great! Really bad a**
- Love just snapping in - I hate lacing up boots.
- Tons of protection. Like wearing a short moto boot.
- Glad they made the sole like it is instead of the new trend in molded looking stuff. Nice old school flat soles are cool.

Con:
I wear a motocross sock with them (thicker bottom thin top) and can feel the buckle rivets on the top.

I have no problem with the shifter. Don't send them back - just ride for a while, they get better. I know the first day I was shifting with the soles sometimes....not good. But now no problem using them correctly.

Big fan of Icon gear and ZLA!!
October 20, 2014
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Seems like it would provide excellent protection, but cannot get boot underneath shifter
Out of the box you can tell this was a very sturdy boot. It looks like it would provide excellent protection in a crash, but I could not get the boot underneath my shifter at all. I would like to keep the boots but it just won't work at all.
July 18, 2014
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Shifting not optional...
Sitting on my bike with these on I realized I could not fit the boot under my shift lever. They are beefy! And comfortable, and for $200 a seemingly impressive amount of protection, however the height of the boot from the sole to the shift panel at the toe is VERY high. Higher than my enduro knee high boots.

Yikes!

Prior to this test I even raised my shift lever from the stock position for personal preference and I had to nearly point the toes of my left foot straight to the ground to even get the boot under the lever.

I realize these are not designed for sport bike use and I will maintain that they PROBABLY WON'T WORK FOR MANY PEOPLE WHO RIDE SPORT BIKES. If I were to adjust the shift lever high enough to be able to shift up, then I would subsequently have to take my foot off the peg to be able to shift down.

I don't know about you, but my leg just don't bend that way!
July 2, 2014
Ride:
2014 KTM 1290 Super Duke R
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
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4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
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4 / 5
Air Flow
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Great Every Day Boots
I got these boots to wear when street riding my F800GS I had been just wearing some hiking boots when just street riding prior to getting these and wanted a little more protection. I have motocross and trials boots to wear when riding off road or very technical terrain.

I ride to work 3-5 days a week and wanted something I COULD wear all day if needed. I typically change into normal shoes when I get to work, just to lighten up.

I really like the feeling of secure protection when wearing them. They really feel almost like a short motocross boot. I ride dirt too so its a fit I'm very accustomed to.

The first week or two wearing these, it did take some breaking in and finding the right buckle setting. Now that I've been wearing these for over a month, they are fitting really nice. I really like having the buckles already set so there is no need to adjust and very quick to put on.

Overall I'm very happy with these boots. They are exactly what I was looking for.
October 23, 2015
Ride:
2012 KTM 200 XC-W
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
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Good quality product
Overall shoes are great but there are two cons with which you will have to live and once you accept that, those shoes become perfect:
1. When on the bike - Shoe is too tall to fit under the gear sifter on my bike (F6C Valkyrie) and on most sport/street/standard bikes. However no issues on Yamaha Raider SCL. I was able to find a way to shift with sole edge and after several rides I do not feel any discomfort.
2. When off the bike - there is no way to walk around a lot in those. Maximum is Bike -> Bar -> Restroom -> Bike. Shoes are stiff and ankle movement is limited.
Regardless of those cons once you wear them, you will see and feel that they will protect you.
October 6, 2015
Ride:
2014 Honda GL1800C Valkyrie
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Why did you choose this?
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protect while riding
Mike R on Sep 16, 2016
good quality for price.
M E on Jun 20, 2016
protect while riding
Mike R on Sep 16, 2016
These will be an 'Upgrade' for my "Superduty 3's" that have served me well for a Good minute........ A nd these ARE Pretty much 'Bulletproof' Babies!!!!!
Lenny O. K on Jul 17, 2016
good quality for price.
M E on Jun 20, 2016
Brand quality and level of armor
Kevin G on Jun 17, 2016
I have the original Icon Field Armor boots and I'm definitely a fan. I had to have the new boots.
TREZ on May 26, 2016
One of my favorite boots to wear on and off the bike.
MassimoGRF on May 6, 2016
So that a car can roll over my foot without me noticing.
Ashton L on Apr 9, 2016
I needed adequate foot and ankle protection. These go up into the calf so should protect my ankle from snapping.
Derek L on Mar 16, 2016
Replace old pair of boots.
Nicholas E on Nov 11, 2015
I have a pair of older SIDI race boots [that I don't wear often, because I have yet to go on a track to use them], but being that they still fit, I decided to go with a boot that I will actually use more on a day to day basis. This boot looks to be something that I will wear throughout the day (as opposed to having to carry extra shoes or flips to have comfort while walking around while out & about when riding).
Leslie S on Aug 11, 2015
Purely about protection on this one. Seemed like a quality constructed boot with protection as its main goal. Additionally, it has some well thought out design elements.
Tony W on Mar 23, 2015
Ease of buckling, strength of protection, and styling.
John S on Mar 14, 2015
cause i want to make everyone upset at my nephews first birthday party
TheMaster on Dec 7, 2014
Chose this boots for mainly its protective properties but also its styling.
Thomas J on Nov 29, 2014
I wanted a strong, but low-cut boot. These didn't work for me. Too much like a ski-boot.
Christopher S on Sep 7, 2014
Substantial, comfortable, well fitting boots that I rely on to protect my feet in any circumstance. Not awful to walk in but perfect on the bike. That is what I wanted and I got it all in these Icon boots.
Sacrydoll on Jun 20, 2014
Finally a pair of boots that fit. They feel heavily armored and fit my size 14 feet very well. Bought a second pair so a dry pair is always ready.
Sacrydoll on May 31, 2014
Reviews and video breakdown
Donald D on Apr 26, 2014
These seemed to be my best choice as far as a boot that's not full on racing but has great ankle protection. Rugged aggressive styling agree with me. And I could wear them to a meeting or the store.
Alexander H on Dec 15, 2013
Why not? Trying them out!
Etienne M on Nov 27, 2013
Been wearing Icon boot for 7 years, best fit and value for money.
Trichardt P on Nov 20, 2013
I got these boots for extra protection over the hightop vans I was wearing. They are very stiff and take allot of getting used to. It took a bit to get the straps adjusted so they fit well but now that I have worn them on a few rides I am starting to get used to the stiffness and actually like them allot....
Paul M on Nov 16, 2013
BEEFY LOOKING AND GO WITH THE OVERLOARD JACKET AND PANTS
Simon S on Nov 2, 2013
I like the styling of the boots and I hope they are as comfortable as they are stylish and protective.
Reginald W on Sep 12, 2013
Coolness Factor!
Manny R on Sep 1, 2013
These will be an 'Upgrade' for my "Superduty 3's" that have served me well for a Good minute........ A nd these ARE Pretty much 'Bulletproof' Babies!!!!!
Lenny O. K on Jul 17, 2016
Brand quality and level of armor
Kevin G on Jun 17, 2016
I'm a tip toe on a 2012 r6. Would these help me stand on the bike better?
Thanh N on Mar 21, 2015
BEST ANSWER: They are a very sturdy boot. That said I can bend them if I had to tip toe with them. But they are kind of stiff. I can stand flat footed (6 ft) but if I had to use my toes I believe I could with little effort.

I would not buy them if your looking for a very flexible boot.

Me personally, I love them and feel safe wearing them. Very comfortable for such a sturdy boot.
How heavy these boots are? For example, size 11?
A shopper on Oct 5, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Im wearing a size 11. Boots are abit heavy but still ok for walking around. Definitely much lighter if comparing to MX boots. Will take a while to actually "wear in" this boot so I would recommend wearing it for a couple of days straight.
It is super comfortable with all the padding cushion-like inside. A big plus point.
I like the styling on this much better over the Icon Patrol but those (Patrols) are listed as waterproof.

Are these boots waterproof like the Icon Patrol?
A shopper on Mar 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No. They are not waterproof but I would imagine they are water resistant to splashes and perhaps light rain. Since I live in Southern California rain is not an issue. Additionally I don't ride when it rains anyway. If you live in a rainy area and/ or you ride in the rain, these boots may not meet those requirements.

Also, the Field Armor boots are really thick. I can't get my gear shift toe under the shifter. I will need to adjust the shifter up a bit so that I can get my foot under it.
Are there multiple positions to latch the buckles, or just a single position? I have the original Field Armors and each buckle has two latch positions, to make the boots tighter or looser. Also wondering if these are easy on, easy off, or do you have to wrestle with them?
A shopper on Feb 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: There's only one latch position. They do take a bit of wrestling to get on since they are VERY heavy and not at all flexible. You'll want some fairly thin socks as well...I wear the Icon cold weather socks so that moisture gets wicked out (the boots are great for cold weather riding but get hot quickly indoors).
is it true that this boot can stop a speeding bullet?
John Y on Sep 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes up to .50 A.P.
when will they be available in grey?
Daran H on Aug 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: They are already , I got mine two years ago.
How hard is the sole? Will it resist sharp pegs (XR650R's Only)?
A shopper on Apr 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, these boots are just like MX boots but short. I got them for my street bike but I like them more for my KLR 650 . If you get them for off road, get black ones. The bottom line is they are tough, stiff boot give them time to break in but they are heavy duty!
Hi all. The wheel of a bus passed on my left feet while I was using SIDI Gas Shoes, and the toe box was not big enough to avoid damage. In that sense, ¿how bigger is the toe box of the Field Armor 2 Boots compared with SIDI Gas shoes’ toe box?

Thanks for your answer.
A shopper on Sep 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The Icon field Amor 2 boots are as robust as a ski boots.. Takes a while to get it seasoned in. As for the toe box, its really really hard. Not good on a sportsbike but no problems on a touring bike or harleys.

But no boots can take the impact of a bus wheel not even with steel toes. It will get damage one way or another. This icon boot are very tough boots though. Second to steel toes. Toebox are just slightly wide.

Please be extra careful where you put your legs the next time.
do these boots breath? do your feet get hot?

i already have the patrols but theyre waterproof so no venting.

ty
jared h on Jul 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: To be honest, I have not worn them very much but when I have, I have not noticed them being particularly hot on my feet. I wear cotton socks (I live in the Southeast US) and have not noticed any foot odor or wetness. Having said that, I have only worn them 3-4 times; they are a bit heavy for casual riding, but much lighter than full motocross boots. I bought them to ride with on my dual sport bike (KTM 690).

More often than not, I wear high top black tennis shoes instead just because they are lighter and I am not competing or anything. On the other hand, they are nice looking and seem well made.

Lee...
My question is regarding the size. I wear a 9.5 US size which is 43 European. Wanted to check if Icon Field Armor 2 Boots are available in 9.5 US size?
A shopper on Jan 26, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I think they dont have Half numbers at this boots, i bought an 11 US that its 45 EU, i have notice that size its a little bit bigger than the real one, i mean i should ask for a 45.5 EU number but 45 fits pretty good on my feet.