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Motorcycle boots that you can wear to the café at the end of the day. The REVIT Bleeker Riding Shoes are comfortable, elegant and safe thanks to the reinforced heel and toes. Constructed with rugged, high quality leather and armed with a gearshift pad and adjustment strap with metal buckle these boots will integrate seamlessly into your everyday life. Say goodbye to having to choose between comfort, safety and looks—the Bleeker boots combine all three.
Outer Shell: Apache batido cowhide
outer shell: 100% leather
sole: 100% rubber
lining: 100% polyester mesh
Protection: thermoformed heel cup, thermoformed toe cap, slip resistant sole
Great looking boots
Good purchase concerning looks. Lacks a bit when it comes to protection. Would benefit boot with malleolar protection each side. Zipper sticks on one boot.
August 10, 2015
Perfect for what I wanted
Perfect for what I wanted, riding boot that I could wear all day at work. Typically wear a 12 boot these ran a little big after using insoles the fit was right. I don't care for the fake wood grain on the heal.
May 5, 2015
Very nice boot; probably overpriced, but.....
The GOOD: These are very nicely designed, aesthetically pleasing boots. Sole is solid and good traction, boots are comfortable. Def will fit under regular cut jeans which is a big plus. Should not be too crazy hot in the summer.
The CONS: Zipper setup is lousy (as someone else pointed out) in that the way they sewed the inside flap, the zipper catches on it every time. This kind of thing is the reason I say these are about $80-$100 more than they ought to be. For $250, a pair of boots like these should be almost perfect in design and execution. These are a decent imitation of that (assuming they hold up!)
I'm happy overall and keeping them. Great style, nice material, comfortable right out of the gate, I'll hope they hold up over the road (my only other concern with these).
April 27, 2015
Excellent option to wear every day at my office with casual dress and jeans at week ends. Pretty nice looking boots!!!
February 9, 2015
These are super good looking (better than the photos), comfortable and durable. Get 'em.
January 26, 2015
Good for appearances, not for quality
Have had these for ~4 months, on and off the bike. First pass, great zip up shortie boots. The sizes run a little large and wide, but a foot bed insert helped with those issues. The top buckle is for looks only and doesn't add any additional cinching. Also, the cork layering in the heel is only cosmetic. It's actually just a 1-2cm glued-on application. If you're looking for a good shortie boot for the bike, get one that is moto-specific (as in, not one of the 'lifestyle' offerings from the big brands).
November 24, 2014
Stylish and protective
I was looking for a long time for motorcycle boots that were stylish enough to wear off the bike. These definitely meet that requirement! They look amazing and they also are very sturdy and provide extra protection not found on regular shoes or regular boots. I'm glad I listened to the other reviews and bought 1 size smaller. Normally I wear 9.5 but I got he equivalent of an 8 and they fit perfect. You don't even need boot cut jeans with these, they fit great with any style pants.
November 1, 2014
I read the other reviews before I purchased and ordered 1 size smaller than usual. Fit is pretty good, but still has room. Thicker socks work well, which should be great for winter rides. Walking in them is very comfortable and they look good enough to use them as dress boots. One of the things I don't like about them is the accordion leather in the inside between your ankle and the zipper. The zipper always seems to catch on the leather fold, making unzipping more difficult that it should be. I know how to get past this using two hands but wish they were easier to remove.
October 10, 2014
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J J: Looking for a pair of boots that would double as workplace appropriate. I like the idea of the zipper for easy on and off. I will have more of an idea once I get the chance to try them out.Apr 14, 2015
darran c: I thought they looked cool, had protection and I really need boots!Jun 2, 2014
A shopper asked:Does this boot (or the other revit cafe/harley boots) have a reinforced shank, steel or otherwise? If not, how sure can I be about the stiffness of the sole from a safety perspective?Feb 1, 2015
hugo r:First of all, my native language is Spanish, so I will try to my best. These boots have internal reinforcements quite resilient as described in the specification. You can feel the firmness and toughness of the materials with which it was manufactured. My foot s 8 1/2 W, and reading the reviews and following the advice, looking at the size chart, I buy a number below, 40. The first time I put them not felt good, but then prove with long socks and I can say I had feft well and feel very comfortable. These boots not would use off road, for this I prefer them to cover mi shinbone. I will buy them again.Feb 2, 2015
Christian P:If you mean steel shank as in a plate of metal above the sole I don't think so. If I twist the boot from toe to heal it's not that stiff- I'd say about as stiff as your average work boot. There is protection around the toe box, heal cup, and outside ankle. I'd say much better protection than a regular shoe. They look great, I wear them as regular boots. Feb 1, 2015
S A:I don't think so. The sole is pretty flexible (you can bend the toe part up almost 90 degrees from the heel). Also checked with a magnet and I know there isn't any steel that I could detect. Hope this helps.Feb 1, 2015
We highly recommend finding a cloth tape measure and taking the time to take these measurements. REV'IT! sizes will not necessarily correlate with fitment in other brands.
Chestwidth: Measure from under/top of armpit cross chest to under/top of other armpit, then across back to first armpit
Waist: Measure at the hourglass of your torso, (circumference measured at your belly button)
Hips: pelvic bone to pelvic bone, the widest part of your hips below the waist
Inseam: from crotch to big ankle bone
Outseam: from waist to big ankle bone
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Please Note: The footwear conversion chart is only a guide and does not guarantee an exact conversion or fit. Certain REV'IT boots may fit differently. If you are not familiar with the fitment we recommend contacting us or REV'IT to find out the exact conversion.
Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.
Part of the major boot collection for 2014, the REV'IT! Bleeker Boots, are non-laced, full height, non-water proof motorcycle footwear. But again, over that $200 mark there are a lot of different boots in this collection. We've seen the Bleeker, the Rodeo, the Stelvio, the Turini. These bad boys are using an Apache batendo cowhide. That's their claim to fame outside of the fact there's no laces here. They have a pre-distressed, guff brown leather. And that's going to create a really unique cafe style.
It's has a dress boot, reinforced toe box, reinforced heel counter. Does have a shifter panel. But you're gonna see there is some moto inspired elements here. Reflectivity across the back. Lateral round out here, which is going to have some EVA foam behind it for some malleolus protection. I'd love for them to work in some of that protection on the malleolus side. But it is missing. But again, classic in it's design for kind of a new school rider that wants base moto protection. But something that can rock with a pair of jeans to a nice dinner. On the bike. Off the bike. That's what city collection means. Fitment, no surprises here from the Bleeker boots from REVIT.
Remember you're entry and exit's through inside. It's going to have a nice jersey liner. Again the arch isn't over encompassing. It should work well for the American market. Even though it's a European design boot. So unless you have a triple E wide foot. You should be good to go here. Again, nice cafe style. And then the flex is gonna be a little stiffer than some of the other boots in the REV'IT! line for the City Collection. I'm gonna give it about a seven out of ten.
But that does mean with a pair of jeans over them, off the bike, all day at work. These guys will be comfortable enough to rock all day long. And again that's the beauty of this City Collection from REV'IT!. Because you're trading some beefy, aggressive protection for the fact that you're getting that style that matches with your everyday life. Read other customer reviews of the REV'IT Bleeker Boots. Start with my information. That's right, I'll tell you how it is. But then read what other riders are saying. I am a fan of this. I think it's very unique. I think it's a unique spin from REV'IT. And it's not a overkill level of investment. You're buying that style, that European piece as well.
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