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The Sacred low boot is a culmination of our painstaking approach to minimalist motorcycling footwear. The reduction of elements until only the bare essentials remain. The flat bottom unit provide a stable platform when astride the bike, but incorporates a svelte silhouette for maximum impact when off. Top grain leather uppers are constructed with a minimum of pattern lines adding to both comfort and a visual elegance. The integrated alloy heel plate provides increased coverage while alerting casual observers to your two-wheeled predilection. The Icon Sacred Low Boot needs none but delivers all.
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Neurothustra:ankle support is pretty good. With the interior laces, you can tighten them as needed for a snug fit, and the out padding on the flap has extra leather on both the inside and outside for more protection, as well as textured leather on the inside of the boot to protect against the engine heat.Jan 23, 2012
Annette S:It doesn't have anything special at the ankle...no cups. These have extra protection at the heel and then along the bottom. I love the look also, but can commiserate about the need for all the protection that's available. Good luck!Jan 8, 2012
Sharon P:Yes, I believe it will be a year round boot. I thought the sizes ran a little small so I returned the pair I ordered for a larger size. I am waiting for the new pair to arrive and look forward to using them year round.
Please note the boot is not fully waterproof. I live in the desert and that is not a problem for me. If you live in a climate where you get a lot of rain year round, it might become a problem. I am also a passenger, not a driver so I don't know how that might affect wearing the boot.Apr 16, 2015
Esther D:Short answer: Yes, they are suitable to wear year round.
I bought these boots on May 30, 2014, and wore them every single time I went riding since then. When winter came, and the bike went into the garage, I continued to wear the boots. every. single. day. to work and other.
These boots were comfortable in the high heat, and, with warm socks, comfortable in the cold and to some degree, rain and snow. Also, with proper care, these boots still look great.Apr 16, 2015
lindsey m:Well, it's great for 3 season wear, but I'd recommend liners if you plan to wear them for any length of time in weather colder than 40F. Mine are a bit tight in the toes for their size, so I use them mainly when I'm going somewhere where I'll be carrying my boots around and need to wear other shoes. My go-to boots are the tall Icon Elsinore, but they're not terribly portable ??Apr 17, 2015
William P:It would depend on how cold it gets where you are. In the mid-south, I wear it with a thin cotton sock for spring, summer and fall. These boots run a little small, so If you get a half-size larger than your normal size, you could probably wear a heavier sock in the colder months.Apr 16, 2015
Sarosh J:These are very snug fitting for a regular width, but loosen with wear. If you wear a wide shoe otherwise, these would probably be too snug for you. I'm not sure if sizing up would solve the problem, but these are beautiful boots, worth a try. You could always return them if they don't fit. If you decide to keep them, I would definitely break them in by walking around in them for a day or so. I wore them out of the box on my Honda Rebel, and the ankle part was too stiff for me to manipulate the shifter easily. It's getting better with wear though, and they look so gorgeous they are worth the initial breaking-in period.Aug 25, 2014
lindsey m:I have average, to slightly narrow feet, and find these to be snug in the width department. They're perfect, hugging the whole foot, but a bit tight in the toe box. This has improved with wear, as the leather has worn in, but I might have been smarter to go a half size up. I usually wear a 5, and sometimes a 5 in a half, and in this case, I would have been better off in the larger size Aug 22, 2014