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Icon Patrol Waterproof Boot

In the military they say a good pair of boots can make or break you. Icon set out to make the ultimate riding boots to battle the elements. The Patrol Waterproof boot will keep your feet comfortable and dry during the harshest conditions. The reinforced leather upper features internal ankle armor with a hidden ghillie lacing system for a secure fit with minimal fuss. The bottom unit features an internal steel shank for support with slip resistant rubber outsole for traction both on and off the bike. The Patrol Waterproof riding boot, the standard by which all will be judged.

  • Durable leather upper
  • 100% waterproof
  • Axialmetric steel shank
  • Slip resistant rubber sole
  • Footpeg interface arch
  • Dual adjustable stabilizer straps
  • Internal ankle protection
  • Aluminum positive-lock buckles
  • Protected speed lacing system
  • Shifter interface nubs

Icon Men's Footwear Sizing

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 7 722730 3403-0197 Out of Stock
Black / 8 722731 3403-0198 Available: Expect 2-5 business days lead time prior to shipment
Black / 8.5 722732 3403-0199 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 9 722733 3403-0200 Out of Stock
Black / 9.5 722734 3403-0201 Out of Stock
Black / 10 722735 3403-0202 Out of Stock
Black / 10.5 722736 3403-0203 Out of Stock
Black / 11 722737 3403-0204 Out of Stock
Black / 11.5 722738 3403-0205 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 12 722739 3403-0206 Out of Stock
Black / 13 722740 3403-0207 Out of Stock
Black / 14 722741 3403-0208 Out of Stock


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Icon Patrol Waterproof Boot 4.2 5 78 78
Too big and hard to shift Got them, tried them around the house and felt good. Seem very durable. The problem was when I started riding. I had some real problems shifting. The toe boxes were too big. The length of the boot was what i was looking for so i didnt order them too big. I do have a size 13, but no problems with other boots. They made it hard to shift. Got it figures out, buy not real comfortable shiftimg. I don't like having to think about foot work and shifting. November 18, 2015
NOT WATER PROOF They are great boots, I wear mine every weekend, but they are not water proof! I really like the boat on a dry day. November 4, 2015
Product is well designed with excellent features. I needed a comfortable riding all weather riding boot. Not too heavy as I live in South Texas so heat is always an issue and second is water proofing. This boot was the best option for our climate and is very comfortable. Size was spot on after reading some reviews to buy the next half size up if you had a doubt as you can always insert a sole pad or formed soles to take up space and alternate with heavier socks in the winter as well. I would recommend this boot without reservation. September 3, 2015
Fantastic boots that don't look too "motorcycle'y" Good fit and finish. The boots have snap locks that do a fantastic job of keeping your ankle protected. The locks themselves are adjustable for comfort. The boots don't need to be laced so they come with a kind of stretchy interior portion and relies on the snap locks to really tighten them up. Haven't tried them out in the rain, but they've been through puddles without soaking through. August 31, 2015
Perfect combination of real protection and style. I once T-boned a car and I will always believe that I did not lose my left foot due to the icon field armor boots I was wearing that day. But the ICON Field Armor boots are ugly and not meant for walking at all. The ICON Patrol boots are pretty darn close to providing the same level of protection while being a bit less rigid, a little less heavy, a bit less uncomfortable and a whole lot more stylish. The inner laces of the ICON Patrol boots also provide a back up measure to make sure the boots stay on your feet in an accident. In my accident one of the buckles on my left ICON Field Armor boot broke off and I was lucky the remaining buckle was enough to keep the boot on my foot. You are not going to be able to do the tango in the ICON Patrol boots but in my honest opinion they are the most attractive and comfortable REAL protection that you will ever find in a bonafide street boot. August 24, 2015
Good value and step up from non-motorcycle specific boots. Read many of the other reviews and almost did not pull the trigger on these. Glad I made the purchase, however. Need to take care with laces and don't need to yank hard on them. The lace closer, if not put to the medial side will press against your shin. Once those were figured out and a few rides to brak them in, I am very pleased with how they enable you to shift, stnad and brake more confidently. Protection should be there. Have not testd the waterproffness or longer term durability. Comfort is good. July 27, 2015
Definitely not waterproof I normally take reviews with a grain of salt and try to be objective in my purchases. When a quality company like Icon claims their boot is waterproof, I put a certain level of trust in the claim. I rode from Florida to Mexico and it was raining on and off throughout south Texas. My feet were soaked. I should have gotten something else. The boots feel sturdy and offer a great deal of protection, but the waterproofing is a letdown. July 1, 2015
overall good boots First off, I will say I like them and regret nothing. They are solid boots that fit well. The only fly in the ointment is that the tongue of the boot under the cinch seems short as evidenced by the plastic cinch mechanism often flipping up and resting against my shin. Not terribly uncomfortable, and an easy fix by being a little more methodical when you put them on. Just seems like the inner part could have been made a wee bit longer. Everything else is as reviewed in the video. Hard soled and really solid boot for good protection. Not a walking around all day boot, but may wear in with some serious miles. I would recommend these to friends. June 2, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Michael I: based on the reviews, it seemed a decent entry level boot for my Kawasaki Super Sherpa...I use it for around town, street, and off road riding... Nov 13, 2015
Donadl P: Not too techy/super moto ish. Oct 29, 2015
V T: reviews and specifications Oct 23, 2015
Luis P: Style, Price and waterproofness. Hopefully it will be useful for an ushuaia trip. Oct 19, 2015
Joshua D: Design, reputation and price Oct 7, 2015
Amel H: I chose these boots because of the reviews that I read about them. The aluminum buckles provide easy entry and exit in/out of the boot. I needed leather boots for abrasion resistance, ease of cleaning, and for the weather proof characteristics. Sep 29, 2015
R H: Watched the short video that gave me the info I was looking for, at that price point. Sep 24, 2015
casey t: Already have and love the Icon Truant boots but I need something waterproof for the Seattle rain. Icon is really on point when it comes to style, functionality and quality. Sep 22, 2015
Douglas B: waterproof Aug 25, 2015
Johnny G: Because its a real motorcycle boot at a price I can afford. Aug 6, 2015
Glenn R: Reasonably priced waterproof boots.
Update: they worked great for the 2 years I have had them.
May 26, 2015
Jordan G: It seems like a sturdy boot with a nice stylistic vibe. Waterproof which is great for here in New Zealand May 20, 2015
S H: looks sharp,functional, and not too pricey Feb 13, 2015
Gordon H: One of the reboots of this style that's not short and not tall. Feb 8, 2015
haruhiro t: friends recommendation Dec 20, 2014
Miguel A: I needed waterproof boots and I have two friends that highly recommend these particular boots. Dec 3, 2014
Vincent B: Bought this boot to ride my supermoto because I liked the fact they have a good amount of protection and can be used on and off road. Nov 24, 2014
Rex M: I need a boot for commuting. Oct 15, 2014
A S: Enclosed laced boot that's waterproof, looking for a wide fit that provides great protection & comfort Aug 9, 2014
DYLAN T: Added Height! Comfortable! Jul 21, 2014
M S: I chose this boot because of the protection the boot gives me. It is very comfortable and fits my foot very well. Jul 7, 2014
A R: I had a set of old Icon boots that fit well and held up. Jun 23, 2014
Derek W: I live in Washington and it is wet here... ALL THE TIME May 26, 2014
Roger Y: They are waterproof with plenty of protection and priced well. I wear them commuting and all day at work almost everyday throughout the year. Although I had to replace several of the lace loops myself I would buy them again in a heart beat. However other then the lace loops these things are going to last for a long long time. May 18, 2014
Jeffery Q: Best looking, well built, not so bulky, and waterproof casual boot I've ever owned. May 14, 2014
Jonathan L: good reviews and the boots look great for riding and otherwise short pedestrian commutes May 11, 2014
Craig H: Had to return these boots. Ordered a size 10 which fit my foot well but was extremely tight around my ankle and above. Sorry I had to return them. Ended up ordering a pair of Tour Master Nomad 2.0, which I owned before. Apr 24, 2014
Tim B: as an attemt to improve the fit of the same boot in a size 10 and a half, which I had a had time getting into! So I chose a larger size?
Tim Bryant
Mar 29, 2014
Reynaldo R: Aggresive & Durable! Feb 6, 2014
Armando A: Cool and waterprof Jan 31, 2014
mark d: a nice riding boot Jan 15, 2014
Brian L: Waterproof and dual buckle system Jan 12, 2014
Phil H: These boots are a great combo of style and purpose
They look great
Dec 29, 2013
Michael C: Commute Nov 9, 2013
A shopper asked: My foot size is 7.5 but Icon Patrol Waterproof Boot is available only 7 or 8.
Which size should fit for me ?
Would you let me know how long for size 7 and 8 because my shoes 7.5 are about 11 inches long ?
Please let me know for making decision.
I also attach a picture of my shoes for reference.
Sep 4, 2012
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outerlimits: I found that the Icon patrol boot fits pretty much true to size. I tend to wear a shoe between sizes 8.5 and 9. I find a 9 can be a little big depending upon the manufacturer, and prefer 8.5. I decided to buy the boot in size 9, but I was worried it might be too big. But it was perfect. Not too tight or swimmy. Based upon my experience, if I was a 7.5, I'd probably choose the 8. Dec 21, 2012
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PDXgearhoarder: I agree. You should go up in size and not down. You can always add insoles or gel footbeds or Superfeet to compensate for the extra room in the toe and instep. That's exactly what I did and now my Patrols are the best most reliable boots I own. Oct 11, 2012
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SamuraiMark: I would suggest the 8. These boots are pretty tough and aren't about to stretch out on you. They are true to size for me (usually a size 10 shoe and my boots are a 10 and they fit just right). Mar 21, 2013
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MicRyeder: Ning:
I wear a 9.5 shoe and the IPWB fits well in that size. If there is no half size, trade up to an 8. You can always wear a thicker sock, if necessary.
Jan 7, 2013
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Kwag: I just got a pair of Patrols. If I was going to error with these boots, I'd go with the 8, especially if you're "meaty" around your calves/ankles/feet. Nov 19, 2012
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Don287: I normally wear a size 10.5 shoe but ordered these in a size 10 and they fit perfectly, so I would recommend a size 7 for you. May 17, 2013
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SharkRider55: In my opinion Icon runs small and tight, suggest going up, not down. Oct 8, 2012
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Wyba: order the size 8 Oct 22, 2012
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A shopper asked: Do they get hot? I am just wondering if they can be worn in the summer? Apr 27, 2014
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Cerjio C: They are ok in the summer, but I am more concerned about braking my ankles versus having sweaty feet. I also have the lower ICON Super Duty that I use during warmer months. But the lower Super Duty's are more comfortable when off the motorcycle and walking around versus the higher Patrols. It all depends on if you will primarily be wearing the Patrols while only on the bike, which I would advise or also wearing them while summer wandering around town, which I would not advise. Apr 27, 2014
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Kelly W: I also have a pair of Icon Super Duty boots that I tend to wear more in the summer but if I think I'll get into quite a bit of rain I'll wear the Patrols anytime of the year. I'm in Iowa and we get some stanky hot humid weather. Any leather boot is hot in the summer - I'd say these aren't any warmer than any other full coverage leather boot I've worn in the summer. A good set of hot weather socks makes a huge difference. I have a pair of Klim hot weather socks that are great. Apr 27, 2014
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Tim B: OK, Since I wasn't able to get these boots on, I am not able to answer the question, but they do have a full thick liner, and I know they have that wicking material in there too but I would expect they would be rather warm in the summer, but I am here in Texas where everything gets hot in the summer! I really liked the style of those boots, however!
Not much help I guess, sorry!
Tim Bryant
Apr 27, 2014
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William F: They are not ventilated and they are pretty thick so they can get warm. I wear mine year round and have never had an issue, but I don't suffer from sweaty feet. These boots are perfectly comfortable from the 40s to the 80s for me, but are a bit warm above that. Apr 28, 2014
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Jason P: I wore mine year round in Southern Spain but when I ride I ride, I'm not out walking around shopping or going down to the beach. That said I don't perceive them to be overly warm or uncomfortable during the warmer months. Apr 27, 2014
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Stephen s: They don't seem to get hot. I have wore them many times in July and August in Virginia and they feel fine. Apr 27, 2014
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Manuel C: They may become hot while not problem with your inner membrane collecting moisture Apr 27, 2014
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A shopper asked: Would they work for a woman? If so, what size should I pick if I normally wear 8.5? Thank you! Aug 29, 2013
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John C: To be completely honest, they are a "bulky" boot. I would recommend them for a woman due to the fact that they are very large/cumbersome to move in. They served the purpose for me but I have since purchased a taller and lighter boot.

Hope this helps!
Sep 3, 2013
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Manuel C: The sizes shown are for man, a woman would think that you would have to buy half number less (8). These boots are set after set with internal cords in addition to the external pins. Aug 30, 2013
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Valerie L: These are great boots. I'm not sure what size a woman would need, but I do know the 10.5 I ordered was close to the true size. Sorry I couldn't be more help. Good luck! Aug 31, 2013
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Franklin B: Might be to wide for a women and I am not sure about the difference size between men's and women. However the boot in general is great!! Aug 30, 2013
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Barry C: These boots are perfect for a man or women. Order your normal shoe size. Aug 30, 2013
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Jeff W asked: Can these be resoled by a cobbler? Oct 16, 2015
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Jeffery Q: not sure. because of the toe and heel or ankle reinforcements, not to mention any steel shank(s) may pose a problem. I would give it shot nevertheless...besides, the worst response you'll get would be "no". Oct 16, 2015
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vivian m: i beleive cobblers can be great artisans! but my icon patrol boots are almost intact after daily use for more than a year and three small accidents! my feet are protected! i want a new pair!.... NOW! Oct 19, 2015
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Jeff W: After 6 years and as many accidents, my Combat Touring Boots are in for a resole and a buckle replacement. I was hoping for something as durable in a shorter, less expensive boot, but from the reviews it doesn't seem these are likely to last long enough to ever need resoling... Oct 20, 2015
Alexander K: Yes. Oct 17, 2015
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A shopper asked: Do these have a tendency to run a little narrow? Nov 13, 2015
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Reynaldo R: Well, very sturdy. The first time I used them was strange my first boots of this type. I'm of wide foot but fits perfectly in me. I love them! Take some to the boot fit perfectly with use. But at the end worth it! Nov 13, 2015
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Robert C: I don't think so, I have a wide foot and they fit me fine Nov 13, 2015
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A shopper asked: I have a perfect fit with my Alpine Stars @ 11.5 US.
What size is the right size for this me with the ICON patrol?
Aug 8, 2015
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Stephan J: Size seems to run a little smaller, I wear a 14 or 49 I got a 48.5 which did break a bit but still have that stiffness and I could have gone a half size up, over all I love the boot for it's purpose which is to ride in the elements and still have the protection. Aug 8, 2015
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A shopper asked: I have wide feet. (9 EEE) what size should i buy in these? Aug 12, 2014
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