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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.

Features:

  • 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
Bang For The Buck
4.1 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4.4 / 5
Air Flow
3.2 / 5
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Icon Men's Footwear Sizing

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8 41
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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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.<br><br>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.<br><br>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.<br><br>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.<br><br>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
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
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3 / 5
Home run
I very rarely buy footwear over the Internet. So when I got these and they were perfect, I have to admit I was a bit surprised. I ordered head to toe gear from RZ for my first bike, and of all the gear, this was one of the few perfect fits.<br><br>First impressions - comfortable and a great fit. I wear a 10 /12 in sneakers and an 11 in golf shoes. I ordered the 11 and it was perfect. Snug but not tight. Over the last few days I've worn them several hours and they're breaking in a bit, so I have just a bit of room. Not too much though.<br><br>It's a stiff boot and I need to adjust my shift lever to fit more boot under it. I can shift but it's a tight fit. And as some have said, be careful with the zipper. I don't think it's that difficult to zip, but I do have skinny calves. I do have to push the sides of the zipper so they're parallel or it binds when zipping. Small price to pay for an inexpensive, stylish, armored waterproof boot that I can wear around the office on casual Fridays.
July 19, 2012
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
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3 / 5
Icon Reign vs Timberland boot
***** Disclaimer*************<br>I have not had these boots for very long and the below review is based on the limited time I have had them (less than a week). Once I have had these for while, I will add to this review or make a new one.<br><br>As you may know a lot of sport bike riders wear there Timberland boots when riding. I am guilty of this my self, but after getting into an minor accident I started to really think about better protection when riding.<br><br>Size: I wear a size 11.5-13 in sneakers and size 12 in boots (timberland), so I ordered a size 12 in these boots and they fit great. If anything they could be 1/2 size smaller, but its not a big enough size difference to make to try a different size<br><br>Comfort: The boots have a stiff sole, but they are meant to have one. Its not so stiff that you cant walk in them but I would not recommend walking long distances in them. If you work in an office building where you spend most of your time sitting, the occasional walk to/from parking lot, to the printer, or break room will be fine.<br><br>Style: I know protection is more important than looks, but lets face it. We all take into consideration the look or style of the gear. Sometimes we focus to much on the looks instead of how much protection they will provide. I personally think they boots look good with pants tucked into them or for a more stealth (most people wouldn't notice its a motorcycle boot) look have the pants on the out\side.<br><br>Durability: I have only had these boots for a few days so I am not able to judge the durability on them. But from what experience I have had so far they seem like they will last for a while. If anything I feel the zipper will be the first thing to go, as its a pretty snug fit (in a good way) and that may but addition stress on the zipper.<br><br>Protection: Obviously they offer and extreme amount of addition protection over Timberland boots, but this is to be expected as they were designed for this and Timberland were not. They provide ample ankle protection on both inner and outer sides. The toe box is nice and stiff and will help in the event of a impact. Its not a steel toe, but close to it. The heel area is even stiffer and in my opinion will provide ample protection. The sole of the boot is nice and stiff and allows nice feedback from the controls.<br><br>That's all for now, will update after a more use to see if durability, comfort, or protection changes.
November 5, 2012
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Outstanding protection
I'm an old Emergency Medicine physician and a brand new motorcycle rider with less than 500 miles on my Kawasaki 650 KLR. Soon after buying the Icon boots, I blew a low speed intersection left turn and put the bike down, crushing my right ankle between 450 lbs of motorcycle and a high concrete curb. Because I was wearing these boots, I was able to get back up and ride home, bruised but nothing broken. The boot armor protected my ankle perfectly; I'm certain both bones would otherwise have been shattered. The boots aren't even scuffed. They are warm, comfortable, and make shifting easy, but I like the fact I don't have pins in my tibia and fibula the best.
August 13, 2012
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
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4 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Amazing boots
Hi<br>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.<br>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.<br>Now i will start with the boots.<br>If you are doubting about buying them don't think it more, buy this boots!!!!<br>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.<br>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.<br>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.<br>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.<br>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.<br>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.<br>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.<br>Sorry for the english i'm not that good yet.<br><br>Revzilla FTW....
July 10, 2014
Ride:
2014 BMW F700GS
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Great Boots!
I don't know why I didn't upgrade my HD Timberland boots sooner -- they were hydrophilic (water loving# -- ha. Billed as waterproof when I bought them I guess I should have known cause the ER zipper #on the inside of the foot# didn't have a waterproof gusset and they were lace-up boots. They took me forever to get on and laces always wearing through. Also the ER zipper would work its way down and I would be trying to zip it up at stop lights, etc. -- a dangerous distraction really. The worst part about these HD boots was when it rained... they would suck in every rain drop that hit them till they made sick squishy sounds when I walked and REALLY... they got to stink so bad my wife made me put them outside in the garage or out the front door on the step! Not kidding.<br><br>So these Icon boots --- they are a dream. Good armor pads on the shin and ankle bones and they seem to have air flow and very comfortable. I bit stiff for feet-forward cruising especially on the left foot when I have to put the toe under the shifter to up-shift but I have confidence that a little use will loosen up the leather fairly quickly.<br><br>I love the fact that the pull-tab on the ER zipper is a Velcro material that locks the zipper in an up position -- no chance it will work its way down during the rider. That area has a rubberized gusset and looks believably waterproof and looking forward to testing this.<br><br>I wear a size 10.5 generally in most foot ware but have purchased size 11 in sneakers because they were a bit too snug in the toe. I also have a very wide foot -- paddle feet! I put the boots on barefoot and they fit very well and my toe almost touches the tip of the boot on the inside but not quite #that is perfect!#. When I put on my merino wool socks the boots are snug but comfortable #as they should be). I think the boots would fit any wide feet out there -- few folks have feet as wide as mine. Good luck!
October 15, 2015
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
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4 / 5
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4 / 5
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3 / 5
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4 / 5
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3 / 5
Kept my feet dry
They run a bit snug, so get a 1/2 or full size size up. They're great rain boots. Can't wear with pants in the boots because they're hard to close without zipper popping open. Have to wear with pants over the boots. Wish I had ordered next size up. Most important though, was caught in a serious downpour and my feet stayed nice and dry.
May 14, 2013
Ride:
2011 Honda VT750C2B Shadow 750 Phantom
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
a very good boot
These boots are both a good boot for the money and a good boot.<br><br>They offer a lot of protection for a road boot. The sole is stiff and grippy and it offers additional protection on the front, rear and sides. There's ankle protection on both sides as well as heel and toe caps along with shin protection.<br><br>The boot has normal american sizing. There was some movement when walking so I put in an arched insert and that tightened it all up. The rear pull makes them pretty easy to get on and the zippers pull it all together. I have no problem walking in them - not hiking boots, but then again, they're not hiking boots.<br><br>One zipper became undone - not while on the bike - but it's self healing so I just pulled it down and rezipped - I'll keep an eye on it but so far so good.<br><br>On the style side - they look good - tough but not over the top. The leather and fabric are good quality and they fit well under straight leg jeans. They're not baggy at the ankles and I don't think they will be. Very nice.<br><br>I looked at a lot of boots and there's nothing in this price range that offers the same protection and style. It would be nice if there was some reflective material - but that's the only gripe.
April 12, 2013
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
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5 / 5
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Great boots! Order large!
I received these boots a couple days ago. The boots look great and I love all the protection features.<br><br>That being said, I sold them to my neighbor and will be ordering a different brand. There are a couple things to take into consideration when ordering these boots.<br><br>1. They run small. I typically wear a size 10 in Nikes, I ordered a size 10 boot and had to struggle just to get my foot in them, there was no way it would zip up. My neighbor wears a size 8.5 to 9 in normal shoes and the boots fit him great. I would recommend ordering a FULL size up in this boot from what you normally wear.<br><br>2: If you are a vertically challenged rider as I am (5'7"), these boots will make it difficult for you to get up on your toes as they are preformed.<br><br>All that being said, these are great boots. They look great and appear to be well constructed. Just know what you're getting into.
April 20, 2013
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
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4 / 5
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4 / 5
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Are they supposed to be this tight?!?
Very solid boot all around. Protection in all the right places, not bulky and not too stiff. They do take some getting used to. They have a tight fit around the ankle and metatarsal area but the foot size is dead on. I stress on the zipper possibly failing since they are snug. Portland rain cant seem to get in. Also my feet get clamy when wearing them for a long time but remain dry. This is a tight fitting pair of boots overall. They are sooo comfy for the 929rr i commute on. These are the second pair of Icon boots i've ever owned, first being the Chukka.
February 21, 2012
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Why did you choose this?
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needed some waterproof boots that weren't too touring oriented or full race boot
Channellosi on Jun 3, 2016
waterproof color price
don z on Mar 23, 2016
needed some waterproof boots that weren't too touring oriented or full race boot
Channellosi on Jun 3, 2016
Loved the waterproof design, stiffness, and styling. I can wear these comfortably for many hours indoors without my feet getting too hot or uncomfortable.
Christopher E on May 10, 2016
waterproof color price
don z on Mar 23, 2016
I needed something to replace the hiking boots I was riding in. These will be daily commuters.
Damon L on Jan 16, 2016
live in Wash.state I ride in the rain alot
Anna B on Jan 11, 2016
I've ridden 800 miles in these boots and I like them. My son has these and he recommended them. Also, I need a narrow boot. I need a steel shank and decent protection. I also like the waterproof quality and that there is some breath-ability.
2maples49 on Jan 3, 2016
Previous purchase ICON boots, happy with quality.......also excellent review by Anthony
J O on Dec 20, 2015
My husband wanted them for Christmas
Kathleen G on Dec 8, 2015
Price and safety
Stavros T on Dec 5, 2015
Rain protectection and some better protection for off roard use than my regular boots.
immrbuckeye on Nov 29, 2015
Price.
Sandmanrides on Nov 27, 2015
Needed some waterproof boots, these had the inner-booty liner that I like, the outer zipper is waterproof, but a bit hard to work, will see how it pans out in the long run
UPDATE
Water comes in these things, pretty sure it's around the shift pattern. Shame, they are nice otherwise
Sterling P on Sep 30, 2015
Reviews.
Sherry S on Sep 30, 2015
tired of my shoes getting full of water when i get caught in the rain
psyfertech on Sep 13, 2015
The boot was perfectly situated in all three P's. Price, Protection, and Padding. Also, waterproof was a must.
Clarke J on Sep 8, 2015
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.
Jarred B on Feb 27, 2015
Everything i buy from you match and it s compfortable
Eric B on Oct 24, 2014
price and video review
William G on Sep 12, 2014
Love the icon style brought a icon airmada helmet and it's awesome hope the boots live up to the rep
tim m on Sep 4, 2014
great riding boot if you like dry feet.
Jaime Z on Aug 16, 2014
needed fair priced waterproof boots. Great purchase.
Wade M on Aug 1, 2014
I am tired of sore feet. Ride Adventure tour and on the pegs most of the day. Need a stable platform and shin protection.
S M on Jul 26, 2014
I wanted to upgrade from work boots to dedicated riding boots with better protection
Nicholas S on Jun 22, 2014
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.
Stephen S on May 8, 2014
Good on reviews, seems to offer great protection, and it is waterproof. I also liked the grey colour.
Kenneth V on Apr 18, 2014
gift
James M on Jan 25, 2014
Price was decent and the video shows what im looking for on a touring boot.
luis l on Dec 11, 2013
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)
T. Mark K on Oct 2, 2013
Water proof .. look .. comfort
Daniel D on Aug 14, 2013
Loved the waterproof design, stiffness, and styling. I can wear these comfortably for many hours indoors without my feet getting too hot or uncomfortable.
Christopher E on May 10, 2016
I needed something to replace the hiking boots I was riding in. These will be daily commuters.
Damon L on Jan 16, 2016
Has anyone replaced the zipper slider on these? What size is the YKK slider?
A shopper on Jul 17, 2014
How does the grey color look IRL?
A shopper on Feb 6, 2016
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.

Thanks
Christopher M on Feb 5, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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.
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!
A shopper on Jun 18, 2012
BEST ANSWER: 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.
Do these boots provide alil height for shorter riders?
Datleen V on Oct 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: These boots are not going to give you that much of a boost. I'm Probably give you an inch maybe. Doesn't feel that different than my hiking boots, comfy for long and short rides.
Are these wide fitting boots? I always wear a wide shoe and find it hard to find proper boots.
A shopper on Sep 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I find these Icon boots run a little more snug than the TourMaster WP Solution boot. I don't use wide boots or shoes, but the TourMaster boot has a looser fit for the same size. For what it's worth...
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.

Sterling Roach
sterling r on Feb 3, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 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.
What brand is the waterproof liner on the Icon Reign? Goretex? HiPora? ???
A shopper on Jul 16, 2012
BEST ANSWER: The waterproof material used in the Icon Reign Waterproof Boots is Icon's own proprietary waterproof material.
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.
A shopper on May 18, 2013
BEST ANSWER: 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.