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REV'IT Ginza Boots

The REVIT Ginza Riding Shoes have a lot to offer besides their cool, casual style. Note the lace fasteners, reflective pull-up on the tab of the heel and shifter pad to protect the beautiful leather. With an anatomically shaped foot bed and mesh lining these boots offer plenty of comfort, but they don’t skimp on protection, either.  The toe cap and heel cup have been reinforced for added protection. It all adds up to a boot that’s made equally well for walking as it is for riding. So hit the road and put it to the test yourself. 

Protection Features:

  • Outer Shell: Apache batido cowhide
  • Composition:
    • outer shell: 100% leather
    • sole: 100% rubber
    • lining: 100% polyester mesh
  • Protection: thermoformed heel cup, thermoformed toecap, padded cuff
  • Visibility: reflection at heel 
  • Waterproofing & Breathability: water repellent

Ergonomic Features:

  • Reinforced heel, reinforced toe, anatomically shaped foot bed, anatomically shaped ankle cup, gear shift pad, gusseted tongue

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

REV'IT Unisex Footwear

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.

Footwear Conversion
EURO  US Men's Japan 
36 4.5 23
37 5 23.5
38 6 24.5
39 6.5 25
40 7 25.5
41 8 26.5
42 9 27
43 10 28
44 10.5 28.5
45 11 29
46 12 30
47 13 30.5
48 14 31
49 15 31.5

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Titanium / 40 940233 8700001186834 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Titanium / 41 940234 8700001186841 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Titanium / 42 940235 8700001186858 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Titanium / 43 940236 8700001186865 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Titanium / 44 940237 8700001186872 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Titanium / 45 940238 8700001186889 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Titanium / 46 940239 8700001186896 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours


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REV'IT! Ginza Boots 4.4 5 26 26
Besides black I've actually only worn these once so far. They do need to be broken in since I got a blister the first time. The fit is a bit large, not snug over the top of your foot. The color of the boot is different, tan with greyish hue. The color works great with jeans if you want to get away from black. If these were $25 to $50 cheaper, they would be a great bang for the buck deal. I give these an overall 8 September 23, 2015
Better for people with a bigger foot than 40 Bought these in size 40, my feet are ~38-39 but they fit pretty well. The ankle protectors hit a little high so I had to purchase foot beds to get the xtra height. I drive a 250cc Honda Rebel and it is a strain to get the shifter pad under the lever to shift, the lever hits more towards the toe naturally so you have to really shove your foot under there for them to align. All my problems with the boots are a function of my small size, so if you have an average size foot I'm guessing you won't have the same issues. September 8, 2015
Stylish riding boots Even for the short ride to work, I always wear helmet, gloves and riding jacket, but I always felt my feet/ankles were vulnerable. I was looking for stylish boots that don't look like clunky motorcycle boots and these fit the bill. They don't provide full lower leg coverage, but are reinforced in the necessary areas. They are comfortable enough to walk around in all day and look great with a pair of jeans. I have received compliments on them and no one knew they were motorcycle boots. Highly recommend them. July 28, 2015
Style & Protection I've only been riding for almost 2 years, and decided it was time for some safety gear for my short rides. These boots are everything they claim to be. Extremely stylish, quality construction, and have some solid protection in the ankle and toe areas. I feel a lot safer riding in these. My only gripe is how hard it is to lace through the top 2 holes. They are barely big enough to lace through. Great boot overall. June 29, 2015
First boot. There has to be better out there. Looks great. Feels great. Survived a wipeout and these took care of my feet/ankles. Aglets are metal and can't be laced due to being too large for the lacing system. (Need D-rings on top) Read: compressed in a vice. Good traction. Overpriced, would only pay about $230 if I could go back. June 9, 2015
Good boot but pricey I like the look and feel of this boot. It would be nice to have a place to tuck in the shoe laces which btw, barely fit through the eyelets. Nice boots, but $200 seems more reasonable. May 25, 2015
Better than first thought but probably too warm for TX summer Truth is I hated these boots when I first put them on. I wasn't impressed by the finish Rev'It applied and I was annoyed by the lace fasteners (didn't look hard enough at the pics or video to notice they aren't quick lace fasteners). Worst of all, they looked like old man shoes. After realizing that must have more to do with the old man pants I was wearing, I changed over to my cool jeans (dark, almost unwashed) and these things looked so much better. Got even better once I used the included (but single use/throw away) buffing cloth to get rid of the weird wax stuff used on the leather to "age" it. Even better still now that I've worn them a couple weeks and the white sole isn't as white anymore. Regardless of how they look, they feel solid and safe (even compared with some of my other non "city style" riding boots). They really are comfortable both on and off the bike (both an upright ADV and sportier Italian naked) as they have a great mix of torsional rigidity and necessary footbed flex for walking. The lace fasteners make them a bit slow to get on and off but once on, they stay put. My only major gripe now that I've put a fair bit of commuting miles on them is their lack of breathability. I understand leather doesn't breath like textile (and is generally safer as a result) but even in just the high 70s outside and with typical low to mid 70's indoor office temps, my feet sweat like crazy - and while wearing breathable, non-cotton socks, too. I'm certain I'll have to put these away for the summer once it starts getting hot here in Texas. But, I'm still happy with the purchase; especially now that they've worn in a bit from their initial out of the box appearance. May 12, 2015
Unsafe Outsole Opening the box and getting ON the bike for the first time, I was very excited about this boot. Great looks for getting off the bike for social events or the office (granted a relatively casual office), great quality materials (mostly, but I'll get to that), and seemingly great protection. At first I felt very safe wearing this boot. The reinforced toe box heel and ankle feel sturdy enough for any type of riding my particular bike (Honda Shadow VLX) is capable of (no track days for until I get this first bike under my belt). The outsole's grip is fantastic, as proven by an awkward sudden stop on a wet painted arrow one rainy night. However, after getting OFF the bike for the first time (a short <10 mile ride), I noticed the sole had melted significantly and has left a long streak of burnt material on the exhaust pipe ,which, were I not riding a beater first bike, I would have to clean regularly. I am very disappointed that a premium motorcycle-specific riding boot is not heat resistant enough to hold up to the heat of a motorcycle's exhaust pipes. I held off judgement for a month and change hoping that maybe after repeated meltings the area would harden and the issue would solve itself, but it just keeps melting away, disfiguring the shape of the boot. The outsole also has worn significantly in the past month of wearing almost daily. I give it maybe 3 months tops before all the diamond grips in key grip areas on the bottom of the boot are worn completely smooth. Smooth = slick = not safe. Also, Anthony's review makes it seem like the shoe is rigid enough to prevent twisting or folding of the foot in the event of a relatively low speed crash. However after a few weeks of break-in, this boot is, and I'm not being hyperbolic here, as flexible as a Nike Free. I can easily, without much effort at all, fold the toe back to the laces and twist it into a shape I would never want my foot to be in. Unfortunately, as a new rider, I have spent so much on gear already that I'm just going to have to stick with these for now and keep my riding to low speeds. In hindsight I believe I would have been better off with a Corcoran jump boot, but in a couple paychecks I think I'll be giving the Icon Truant boot a try. Really disappointed this boot didn't work out. After watching the review, I was more excited about this piece of gear than all the rest. Bummer dudes and dudettes. May 7, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Kevin T: Revzilla's online reference video provided a comprehensive reviewing allowing me the select the most effective boot for my motorcycle application. Sep 28, 2015
Jake A: the look Jun 21, 2015
L E: Love the styling of the boots and the superior protection is always a plus. May 14, 2015
Adam H: Great style, nice leather, looks like a good all around boot but with some protection while on the bike. Video review definitely helped me make my decision. May 8, 2015
Ethan R: I can wear for riding and casual. Cutting the price in half to justify because it's 2 in 1. Mar 26, 2015
S A: Great looks for going to work every day on my bike. Feb 20, 2015
Russell G: Attractive booths that I can wear to the office and provide solid ankle protection. Very tight, but comfortable fit. Nov 4, 2014
I A: Good quality. Real boot yet white sole. Nov 3, 2014
Rick Y: Cos they look like something Harvey Mushman would wear Sep 9, 2014
Jordan P: I wanted a boot that would be adequate for the street and light commute riding, while also doubling as a boot to wear for style. Not disappointed! Aug 29, 2014
Eileen W: Long haul rides, works great. Aug 25, 2014
Michael P: I wanted a medium height riding boot and this one fits the bill. Good basic protection and awesome style. I love these boots! Aug 12, 2014
Michael P: Been looking for stylish riding boot with some protection. This boot seems to have both May 29, 2014
Jeffrey R: I like the "workboot/redwing" styling and the color is cool. May 14, 2014
Eric N: Looking a lighter boot and this looks like it will be much lighter than what I have now. Also like the clean looks and color of this boot... and cushioning along the upper ankle is a big plus. Apr 13, 2014
Jeffrey H asked: I wear a size 10.5 or 11 sneaker. The reviews are mixed some say they run a full size big others say they are a little snug. I wear thicker socks with my boots if that makes a difference.What do you suggest? Oct 21, 2014
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Richard H: Jeff,

I normally wear a 10.5W or an 11 sneaker. The 44s are perfect for me and very comfortable. They are a great warmer weather boot (no lining). I wear a Nike or UnderArmour type athletic sock with these and have no problems...if anything they are a hair wide which gives me a little toe room on long rides. Wore them for three days cruising around the Smoky Mountains and they were great!
Hope this helps!

Oct 21, 2014
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David D: I am a hair over a size 10, and the 43s were too big. I wear thin socks, but even still, the 42s were roomy. If you like a snug fit (and if you plan to wear these off the bike, you'll want them to be snug, as they are dimensionally large boots to begin), you should probably order two sizes down. I ordered 41s, and while they are snug, they aren't too tight, and the smaller size makes them look more like normal boots. Jul 30, 2015
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Michael W: I wear an 8 to 9 in sneaker. I bought the size 8 and the are slightly big but fit just fine. They don't don't slip at all. You may want to get the 10. Great boot! Oct 21, 2014
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Turk S asked: I'm between a 9 and a 9.5, should I go 42 or 43? I do intend on wearing thicker socks during the colder days and I may stick some gels in there depending on the comfort level. I'm kinda stuck between these boots and the Alpinestars Oscar Monty. I ride a HD 883 iron and ran into many cases where the boot had a high toe profile that wont fit between the peg and the shifter. Any comments, suggestions or helpful tips? Jul 28, 2015
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Eric N: Most people rated this boot as running a bit on the big side but I found it to fit spot on with other boots. I wear the same size in Nikes as I run in Rev'its, if that helps. That said if I was using a gel insert I'd probably need to go a half size up. Aug 2, 2015
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Michael P: This boot runs a little large so suggest the smaller side of the size chart. This boot profile is pretty low across the toe. Should be any problem with you bike. Aug 3, 2015
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A shopper asked: which boot is more protective the ginza or the dainaise lince gore tex? Jun 1, 2014
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Matthew G: Honestly, this boot seems safe with the height, thick leather, and three reinforced areas, but the outsole is a seriously significant weak link. The outsole wears out quickly (I expect mine to be smooth on the bottom in a matter of months) and is very easily twisted and folded (see pictures in my 07May2015 review) after a few weeks of break-in. May 7, 2015
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Edward L: Sorry, but I can not help you. The Ginza is a nice boot for riding (3 times) and have had them only a week. Jun 2, 2014
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A S asked: I'm a size 9.5 US normal width foot.
Would size 42 or 43 be more appropriate?
May 23, 2014
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Greg F: I wear a 9.5 US shoe/boot and the Ginza 43 fits me perfectly. I tried on a 42 and it was definitely too small.

I really love these boots. The ankle protection was very uncomfortable on one foot for the first week or so, but the boots have now broken in and fit really well.
May 29, 2014
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Matthew G: I'm a small 9 (if there was an 8.75 it'd be perfect) and the 42 right on the money. May 7, 2015
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A shopper asked: Anthony mentioned a second color. Is one on the way? Jan 11, 2014
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Peter M: It comes with one set of laces. Jun 6, 2014
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Anatole L: Anthony mentioned that the boot comes with two different sets of shoelaces, but specified that the boot only comes in this color. Mar 30, 2014
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Travis M asked: SO I wear a size 12.5 usually in everything. Is the size 46 big enough or should I look elsewhere...? Feb 1, 2015
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William L: For Travis- I have a 45 in these boots and love them! I've measured 12 and 12.5 in different brands and this boot fits like a glove. The half size seems ever more elusive as the years go on, but if you're closer to 13 than 12 the 46 should be fine for you. I'm about to order a second pair of these boots to ensure I'll have them for a long time. They're a daily choice and aside from riding I stand all day at work. (Though I have upgraded the insoles with a popular brand, as indicated in another review.) Feb 1, 2015
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Travis M: Thanks! Good information. How do you think they fit width wise? Narrow? My feet are a little wider than average. Feb 2, 2015
William L: I'm not sure they are particularly wide, though they are not narrow. The last they use to make them seems particularly well proportioned, at least for my feet. They are very comfortable boots and they were from the first time I put them on. Feb 2, 2015
A shopper asked: Where can I get new laces?
In Holland every pair of Ginza boots comes with just one set of laces which are now torn apart.
Aug 3, 2015
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The REV'IT! Ginza Boot is part of the new 2014 collection. Full height. There are four full height boots. You have the Ginza, the Bleaker, the Rodeo, the Mohawk. These bad boys are one part Redwing boot, one part moto boot. Remember, made to be part of City Collection means great style, on or off the bike with a good amount of moto protection and these guys fit the bill. They're going to be north of $250. Again, a decent investment and they come in titanium only and I really think this is one of my favorite in the new line and I really like what they've done here. Now they do come with a secondary set of laces in a different color and if we look at them, they're going to use that Apache batido cowhide and it's really an oiled fitment, like the Bleeker is going to be that scuffed up, distressed, this bad boy's going to break in nicely, has that oiled sheen to it and again, you can see how it ties together with the offset stitching and it really pulls it together in almost a dress-oriented boot for that classic work boot or Redwing-style. Again done here in REV'IT!.

REV'IT!'s going to hate that I keep saying Redwing but again looking at the style, that's what guys are going for when they're going for the Ginza Boots. Quick note on fitment. It's going to fit true to size. No issues with the American market and we do ship for free. It does come in Euro sizes, keep that in mind. 

Now diving back into the boot, some of the other nuances. Remember it is a moto boot, reinforced PU heel cap that's hidden, you can't see it. Reinforced at the ankle and you're going to see, I like the Ginza Boots, they are one of my favorite in the new collection from REV'IT!, you're going to see lateral malleolus protection, medial malleolus protection and you have nice comfort padding around the top where this boot is going to be full height and come in contact with your leg. Again, very comfortable, very protective and on the flex scale, it's one of the stiffer ones. I'm going to give it about a 7, soft enough to walk around in all day but stiff enough to give you a little bit of that extra protection on the bike. Notice they've even done this additional pad here along the shift line where you're going to interface with your controls. Rounded laces all the way up and you're going to notice it's a jersey liner here on the inside to wick sweat away from your foot. Keep in mind there is a second color-way. I like what they've done on the sole here too, very unique in its design, very much fashioned-inspired, coming out of the Netherlands from REV'IT! for 2014.