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Icon Reign Waterproof Boots

One more product to walk out of our foul-weather development center. The Reign boot's easy access and low profile design make it an excellent choice for the daily commute or long distance travel. Rugged waterproof YKK zippers make entry and exit a snap (actually a zip). The waterproof and breathable interior mean your feet stay cool and dry even when it's neither cool nor dry outside. Protection comes by the way of durable leather and a ballistic nylon upper mated with injection molded shin and ankle plates. The lowers feature an axialmetric steel shank along with slip-resistant high friction outsoles. Even with all of these features, we still managed to make them so lightweight and comfortable you may just want to wear them year 'round.


  • Durable leather and ballistic nylon upper
  • 100% waterproof seam sealed construction
  • Waterproof and breathable inner lining
  • Injection molded shin and ankle plates
  • Rubber shift interface ribs
  • High friction Icon outsoles
  • Axialmetric steel shank
  • Footpeg interface arch
  • YKK waterproof zippers
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Icon Reign Waterproof Boots 4.1 5 44 44
Zippers come off track like a train wreck. I urgently awaited my new Icon Reign Waterproof Boots which came highly recommended by Revzilla in their "2014 Touring and Commuter Boots Buying Guide" video where they were touted as being the best boot in this category at their given price point. The first time I put them on and pulled up the zipper the zipper split right down the middle and came off track in the up position, trapping my foot inside (see photos). After several minutes of struggling with the zipper I was able to get it to lower down and comeback on track. After the initial shock had passed I took a closer look at the other boot, and saw that the other zipper was not merging correctly either. Now for a little background, I have been using zippers for well over thirty years. Some of the more common zippers I use on a daily basis include pant zippers, jacket zippers and backpack zippers. Although I don't use them daily, I also have experience using zippers of the sleeping bag variety, as well as those belonging to zip-up sweatshirts, duffel bags and duty boots that I use on my job five days a week. Some of the more difficult zippers that I have had the pleasure of zipping and unzipping are the back zippers of form fitting dresses, which admittedly can be very tricky to unzip at times in the dark. In spite of all of this zipper experience, I still can't manage to get either of these boot zippers to track straightly so as to create the tight waterproof seal that they are supposed to create. These are not the first gasketed/ waterproof zippers that I have owned or used. I am not abusive on my gear and would love for the zippers to work, as the boots otherwise are awesome, but I cannot recommend these boots in any good conscience. I conducted several zipper pull tests with my foot in and out of the boot and noted that even under the smoothest, straightest and most gentle of pulls that the zippers came off track 8 times out of ten. Please take a look at the photographs. The zippers appear to be made by YKK, but take that with a grain of salt because they are absolutely garbage. These boots will be going right back and I will be ordering a completely different product. November 10, 2014
Not wateoofr-pr Purchased these boots because they seemed to fit my skinny flat feet OK. The zipper was very stiff to operate and made zipping up difficult. The zipper also did not allow the calf to be cinched up snuggly to my thin legs so the boots chaffed my skin when I walked. I was admonished by the sales person not to use the handles to pull the boots on as another customer had the handle tear apart. The deal killer for me was how wet my got. It felt like the left boot started leaking right over my toes where the shifter contacts. The next day I was going to bring them back to the dealer to get them replaced under warranty but I discovered that the right boot was soaking wet on the inside too. I turned them in for a different brand. October 18, 2014
Only water resistant - good protection I've had these for about 2 years now and I wore them on my whole 10k mile roadtrip across the US. I'll hit the highlights: Protection - I crashed in Oregon and had no damage to my feet and smashed my right toe against the ground. I think it dragged too. No damage to my feet, bruising, or discomfort. Woot Woot. I wasn't going that fast but I probably would have broken toes or worse in normal boots or sneakers and that would have ended my trip. Still got em and not worried about protection. Comfort - once they break in it's very comfy on the motorcycle and comfy enough to walk around in/hang out at a party or bar. Sweat wicking works pretty well too. Style - the black doesn't stand out and they fit under jeans. It doesn't have the power ranger look which is nice but don't expect any compliments either. water resistant not water proof! After a couple hours of riding in rain or a short period of time in a downpour and your feet and gonna be soaked through. Whether they have a coating that wore off or simple wear and tear I don't know. I do know that I was putting them under hand dryers in Subway along the entire state of Indiana and shoving my feet in garbage bags though. Not a deal breaker but for touring there are better options. Overall I like them and for the price and they do their job well. Debating getting another pair. August 16, 2014
Best boot for the money This boot has been fantastic. The fit and style is perfect for any sports bike. I ride a Ninja 250 and feel extremely confident pushing it to the limits while wearing these boots. The shift paddle protection is a nice addition as well. Makes shifting feel very solid. I've had these boots for 90 days and they've already saved my feet more than once. While riding on the highway some tire debris got kicked up and flew right into my shin. Because of the boots I didn't even flinch. Great boots, great looks, great price. July 21, 2014
Good first boot. I purchased these because I liked the styling and saw that they are waterproof. I have put roughly 1300 miles on the boots and they still look great. Ventilation is fine after you begin moving, my feet are rarely uncomfortably hot in this crazy Georgia weather. I have not had any problems with the boots slipping on uneven or wet surfaces, and it is easy for me to manipulate the foot controls with the boots. I purchased the boots a half size larger so I could buy an aftermarket insole, but I have yet to buy one. Overall a great product that I recommend to anyone who is looking for a boot like this. Be wary these are my first riding boots so I may be a bit biased, but I have tried to keep it unbiased. Con Hot when not riding/moving. July 14, 2014
Amazing boots Hi Took me a year write this review because i wanted to be sure about the quality of the product in every single scenario that could happen in a ride. I'm from México and the first good thing i wanna say its that revzilla its amazing. People from México if you are reading this its much better to buy here than any store in the republic. Lets not just talk about the large amount of options revzilla offer, even with the shipping charge, taxes, etc... its cheaper. Now i will start with the boots. If you are doubting about buying them don't think it more, buy this boots!!!! I tried them in big storms and not a single drop went in to my socks even when i have to put my feets inside large amounts of water when the city flood. They are so comfortable, many times i had to use them in subway, and any kind of public transportation (like when i come back from leaving my motorcycles to services, workshop, etc..), that mean a lot of walking in this city and they were like using any kind of nice sneakers. They are a little hot, but nothing that a regular people can handle even in summer. I have a weird "disease" called hyperhidrosis (this means i sweat a lot more than a regular people from all my body) and even with that the hot in there is not bad. A week ago i had a bad accident in my bmw gs 700 2014 and my boots saved my right leg from any scratch. For the record i was using every single piece of protection you can use and even with helmet i was using (N103) my nose got pulverized. I just say this so you can imagine the force of the impact with the floor. My right boot finished so damaged from the accident that after seeing it i just thought thank god i wasnt using sneakers. I bet that foot/leg wouldn't be the same if i hadn't use this amazing boots. I will buy them again and again and again because to be honest this boots are cheap for what they offer and the look cool also. I put a picture of the right boot. gloves, jacket and helmet so you can image the amount of damage i missed thanks to my gear. Maybe boot doesn't look that bad but just imagine all the weight of my bike into my right leg, because thats were my bike finished. Sorry for the english i'm not that good yet. Revzilla FTW.... July 10, 2014
Not waterproof!!!!! I've worn these boots in heavy rain for more than an hour twice and my socks were soaked both times! After the second time they were placed in the trash as soon as I got them off. Enough said........ May 9, 2014
Excellent product. Excellent product. Very good looking and hi quality. April 21, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Jarred B: they are waterproof, comfortable, have some armor in them as well, and they are still a little bit rigid for added security as well as be flexable enough to walk around in. Feb 27, 2015
Eric B: Everything i buy from you match and it s compfortable Oct 24, 2014
William G: price and video review Sep 12, 2014
tim m: Love the icon style brought a icon airmada helmet and it's awesome hope the boots live up to the rep Sep 4, 2014
Jaime Z: great riding boot if you like dry feet. Aug 16, 2014
Wade M: needed fair priced waterproof boots. Great purchase. Aug 1, 2014
S M: I am tired of sore feet. Ride Adventure tour and on the pegs most of the day. Need a stable platform and shin protection. Jul 26, 2014
Nicholas S: I wanted to upgrade from work boots to dedicated riding boots with better protection Jun 22, 2014
Stephen S: I ride a sport touring BMW motorcycle, both for commuting and touring. Weather changes quickly in Colorado so waterproof is a must. I like the shin and ankle protection and the zipper for easy on/off. Looks like a mid-high boot, I don't like the really tall boots as they chaff my legs. Price is right. My first purchase at Revzilla, I really appreciate the video descriptions and your no-hassle return policy. May 8, 2014
Kenneth V: Good on reviews, seems to offer great protection, and it is waterproof. I also liked the grey colour. Apr 18, 2014
James M: gift Jan 25, 2014
luis l: Price was decent and the video shows what im looking for on a touring boot. Dec 11, 2013
T. Mark K: So far good boot: water tight (rode in heavy rain for 25 mi), easy to walk in, good value, protection seems fine (had a scarey situation and shin plus toes were adequately protected-no dropping of bike though-yes!), zipper system is only weak link (zipper tab will break if calf muscle a little larger than norm, I fixed with paper clip) Oct 2, 2013
Daniel D: Water proof .. look .. comfort Aug 14, 2013
A shopper asked: Has anyone replaced the zipper slider on these? What size is the YKK slider? Jul 17, 2014
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Christopher M asked: How are these in warm-hot weather? I'm looking for a summer boot for Colorado where it can be 95 in the city and then 70 up in the mountains. I don't want my foot to get super sweaty on my commute into work either.

Feb 5, 2014
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Jesse L: I'll try my best to help.. I think "warmth" is an individual thing. My feet are always the warmest part of my body and they sweat anytime I'm wearing waterproof/nonbreathable footwear. Today it is 20 degrees and I'm working outside in the snow. I'm wearing thin socks and muck boots and my feet are quite sweaty.

The key to me is that any waterproof boot will tend to make feet sweaty even if it's not super hot outside. But in an effort to quantify things I'll say this about these boots.

70 degrees- no problem whatsoever.
90 degrees- no problem for me at all while moving. It's a different story if it's that hot and I'm stuck in traffic or sitting outside in the hot sun eating lunch.. As I said before, to me that's any boot at all though.

Now the rest you didn't ask for. I've ridden many a time 40 or below with a single pair of wool socks and these boots and have never been cold. The wind protection is flawless and the same can be said for water... Never have my feet been wet in these boots. Lastly these are the single most comfortable shoe/boot I own period. They are amazingly comfortable. I love the bend, not to stiff, not too soft. Extra protection on the inner parts and the shifter/brake surfaces..

I highly recommend this boot as a perfect all around boot without having a separate boot for real hot weather.
Feb 5, 2014
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Lamarr J: 95 to 70 degrees? You'd be better off getting a summer type boot and add some liners for the cooler times. Your feet might get swampy at those temps you mentioned in these. You could maybe have some foot powder to help you stay dry. However this my experience from riding in the humid filled weather of Georgia. I'm not sure how dry the air is in Colorado. I only ever wore them when it was below 50 or it rained. They are not very airy for warmer weather. Good Luck Feb 5, 2014
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Christopher M: I should mention, it is very dry here considered "high desert" other than when it rains the humidity is between 5-15%

Appreciate the feedback. Feb 5, 2014
Kevin D: I live on the front range and rode my bike back and forth to work all summer and never had a real problem with overheating. Be advised, the zipper on these boots are a bit hard to zip up as it had broken after only 1 1/2 years of ownership. I know they were out of warranty, but ICON was not willing to work with me in any kind of replacement costs so I replaced them with A-stars. Feb 5, 2014
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Justin G: These are my only boots and I use them year-round in CO. They're great in winter/spring/fall. I definitely wouldn't call them a 'summer' boot but I find them tolerable for riding in summer temps as long as you're moving and can wear cool, thin socks. If I stop for any length of time (lunch) in higher temps they begin to get uncomfortably warm and they don't breathe much. Feb 8, 2014
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Jonathan L: I have worn these for over a year now. They really are a good year-round boot. They are very breathable, yet somehow still maintain their waterproof properties. I have ridden in downpours and hot weather, and my feet always come out dry (whether from rain or sweat). Feb 9, 2014
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Kevin B: I bought these as a winter riding boot. They are a wonderful boot, but I have other boots (not waterproof) for warm weather. Depending on length of commute they might be too warm. They have a wick liner but no ventilation. Feb 5, 2014
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Nic D: In warmer weather I would look for a different boot. In cooler weather or rain they are awesome, but after the temps hit about 80 my feet start to sweat in them. Feb 5, 2014
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Robert M: Hi, Good for waterproof boots.Not to hot.and good to walk in! Feb 5, 2014
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Christopher M: Thank you for all the feedback guys, that really helps. Feb 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does anybody know how this boots behaves on cold weather? like 32¬?F? I own a pair of icon WP gloves but they are not that warm! Jun 18, 2012
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Jamahl P: I rode these boots this morning, and it was between 28*F - 30*F. It was a 20 minuet ride to work whit speeds from 45-65 and my feet never got cold. I only had ankle high socks made for running so they were not thick by any means. After the 20 ride, my feet never felt cold what so ever. They never got hot until having them on for 2 hrs sitting at my desk at work (office building). I also had on an Icon Patrol Redian jacket and Patrol pants along with REV'IT! Carver H20 Gloves. My hand were uncomfortably. I would defiantly recommend these for cold weather riding. I have not tested how waterproof they are yet though. Nov 6, 2012
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Benjamin P: Of course, these are new this year so very few riders will have worn them in 32* weather. I have worn them in 60* and been very warm. In fact, they're as warm at that temperature as my hunting boots are (which I've worn in temps as low as -25*). I expect they will be quite warm at 32*, but if you'll be doing serious amounts of riding at that temperature, you may want to look into heating solutions. Jul 30, 2012
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RevZilla: While waterproof, these boots don't have any insulation in them, so to keep warm at colder temperatures, we recommend wearing a warmer winter sock and thicker baselayers to keep your core warmer. Jun 20, 2012
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duggs22: Not a good boot for cold weather. Dec 21, 2012
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sterling r asked: Hi, Do you think I should buy the Icon reign boots or the First gear kili hi? I know the first gear boots are back ordered , whats the deal with that? Thanks for your help, I am having a tough time deciding.

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Feb 3, 2015
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DIEGO B: You should buy this boots... Excellent boots for the price... They were perfect until i had the accident... and the kept my feet in perfect condition. Feb 5, 2015
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Brooke S: I've been happy with the Icon's. I did have to exchange the first pair due to a faulty zipper but no problems exchanging. The fit has been great. Feb 5, 2015
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A shopper asked: What brand is the waterproof liner on the Icon Reign? Goretex? HiPora? ??? Jul 16, 2012
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RevZilla: The waterproof material used in the Icon Reign Waterproof Boots is Icon's own proprietary waterproof material. Jul 19, 2012
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LostArtist: I think it's just Icon's own kind, I haven't noticed any uncomfortable wetness or dampness from it. Feb 10, 2013
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A shopper asked: I commute in Seattle and I am looking for a actual waterproof boot but don't particularly want to swap shoes when I get to work. Reviews say that they are slightly stiff - are they ok for wearing in the office for 8 hours? For the most part I sit in front of a PC all day and do little walking. Thanks for the input. May 18, 2013
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RylieL: I've worn them at the office for about eight hours a number of times, they were about as comfortable as your average heeled shoes that were made more for looks/function than comfort. I'd recommend waiting until they are worn in before wearing them all day, also definitely add gel insoles. May 27, 2013
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