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There are many situations that call for balance and delicacy. The Icon Field Armor 2 Boot is not for those times. 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.
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Tony W: 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.Mar 23, 2015
John S: Ease of buckling, strength of protection, and styling.Mar 14, 2015
Miguel D: cause i want to make everyone upset at my nephews first birthday partyDec 7, 2014
Thomas J: Chose this boots for mainly its protective properties but also its styling.Nov 29, 2014
Christopher S: I wanted a strong, but low-cut boot. These didn't work for me. Too much like a ski-boot.Sep 7, 2014
Steven K: 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.Jun 20, 2014
Steven K: 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.May 31, 2014
Alexander H: 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.Dec 15, 2013
Trichardt P: Been wearing Icon boot for 7 years, best fit and value for money.Nov 20, 2013
Paul M: 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....Nov 16, 2013
Simon S: BEEFY LOOKING AND GO WITH THE OVERLOARD JACKET AND PANTSNov 2, 2013
Reginald W: I like the styling of the boots and I hope they are as comfortable as they are stylish and protective.Sep 12, 2013
Ron K: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.Mar 21, 2015
Christopher R:Yes, they definitely add an inch or two to your height. But be warned they have a large distance from the bottom of the shoe to the top of the toe. This can sometimes make it hard to shift or get your foot under the shifter.Mar 21, 2015
Kaz N: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.Oct 5, 2014
Shannon L: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. Mar 25, 2015
A shopper asked: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?Feb 5, 2015
Robert H: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).Feb 5, 2015
Victor M: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.Jan 26, 2015
Reginald W:The UPS guy just dropped mine off. I'm wearing them now. I don't really see them as a "walk around all day" type of boot. When the top buckle is fastened, they are very tight against the shin, however, they are brand new and maybe it will break in just a bit as I wear them. That said, they are pretty comfortable (other than the tightness around the shin when walking). I think they will be great and I love the styling.Oct 3, 2013