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The REVIT Mohawk Riding Shoes combine equal parts street wear, high fashion and pure performance. When you wear the Mohawk boots no one will ever suspect you are wearing highly functional motorcycle boots. The mesh inner lining ensure great breathability even on hot days while the leather is water repellent and ready for anything. The leather will break in easily and age beautifully, adding to this boots discreet street cred. Incorporated thermoplastic heel and toe protection deliver the required level of impact protection you would expect from a boot billed as motorcycle ready.
Outer Shell: pull up WP full grain cowhide
outer shell: 100% leather
sole: 100% rubber
lining: 100% polyester mesh
Protection: thermoformed heel cup, thermoformed toe cap
When I first got these I got a lot of compliments about how sharp they were. Now that I've ridden 'em in the dirt and got them scuffed up they just look like construction boots, but they're still presentable enough that I could wear them to dinner (well, maybe only as fancy as Olive Garden!)
The shifter foot protector strap thingie is a funny idea, but I can't imagine anyone carrying that with them and putting it on/off when they ride.
June 3, 2015
more style that function
i bought these boots after seeing them last year at a show. decided to bite the pricey bullet and picked up a pair - good thing I tried these on in a store first as they ran pretty big! leather and color is pretty and has started to wear in nicely. ankle reinforcement is OK (better than normal street shoes), but obviously is a compromise vs a full on riding boot. comfortable on the bike but I wouldn't recommend walking around all day in them.
May 11, 2015
They look good but don´t last long
Great looking boots, you hardly notice that you are wearing a motorcycle boot. The leather suffers a lot of distress just by normal city riding, the stiching on the upper part of the boot is slowly opening and leaving a hole in the leather union all this in less than 2 months and I don´t thing they will last long, bad thing for a 290 dollar boots.
March 3, 2015
Stylish, comfortable and seemingly ample protection
I purchased the Mohawks as my first set of motorcycle boots after riding around in non-moto boots for two years. I wanted to find a pair that would both look stylish without sacrificing protection and I believe (for myself at least) these boots fit the bill. The boots look great and the protective qualities are as advertised (although I won't know until the unexpected happens *knock on wood). I'm tempted to wear these out even when I'm not riding.
February 25, 2015
Red Wing style boot. Beautiful color and leather finish. They run exactly one size large.
My only gripe with them is that when I lace them up, my feet start to sweat a lot. It feels like I am wearing plastic bags instead of socks when I wear these boots. I have a pair of Stylmartin Indian boots and they fit much more comfortably and there are no perspiration issues. The only solution I found is to lace them up half way. This allows the feet to breathe a little. That being said, who says they will not fly off my feet in the event of a get off...
November 21, 2014
Great Looks / Great fit
I wanted a boot that didn't look like a motorcycle boot for commute riding and to wear in the office. This boot does the job. I normally wear a US mens 10.5 and ordered a 43 after reading other reviews. 43 fits perfect. A bit pricey otherwise I would have rated it 5 stars.
October 20, 2014
What Was I Thinking???
If this were an $80-$110 boot, I would say "FANTASTIC!" But it's not. It's a $300 boot. Why did I buy a $300 boot? Let's just say, "Don't drink and online shop." But seriously, it's a good boot but WAAAAAYYYY overpriced. Style-wise, it's a high ankle Sebago style dock shoe with a couple of weird additions. The top anklet that is yellow? Not sure what that is about. The fitting loop on the back that is supposed to help you hoist the boot onto your foot? Unless you have a 2cm diameter finger, it serves absolutely no purpose and will just frustrate you every single time you go to use it. I'd love to know what the designer was thinking about that one. Oh, and they don't breathe well. Ugh. Rev'It (dumb name) is typically great stuff but this product does not match the price.
October 9, 2014
Good boots, but quality control is lacking a bit - buy from a store where you can see them first
These boots look great and are comfortable. Rev'it seems to maybe not have the best quality control going - there's a defect in leather on one of the boots that has me worried about how long they'll hold up.
If you buy these - get them from a place where you can inspect them before laying out this much money.
September 3, 2014
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Paul M:I wear them at work but sit down most of the day. I've never been uncomfortable walking in these and comparable to my other shoes they are more comfortable in the same environment. The biggest issue is that it's a very warm shoe and feet can get sweaty.Jan 29, 2014
Joe L asked:I'm worried that this boot won't fit me. I usually wear a size 13 (U.S.) shoe and the sizing on this makes me think that the largest size won't fit me. Anyone have big feet and experience with these?Oct 14, 2014
Rudolph P:I wear an 11 - 11 1/2, so I ordered the size 45 and they fit much larger than normal. In fact, after a couple weeks my feet are swimming in them, so much so that I now have to wear bulky socks. If I had to do it over again, I'd probably order a 43. Hope this helps.Oct 14, 2014
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.
Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.
Part of the new collection from REV'IT!, these are the full-height Mohawk Boots. Remember you have the Bleeker, you have the Ginza, you have the Rodeo. The Mohawk are the full-height guys. Those four, from REV'IT!, part of their City Collection 2014. These bad boys are unique in a few different ways. Classic line, they're going to be very fashion-inspired but one of the cool things about the Mohawk is that they're using a water-resistant or a WP Pull-up leather and that Pull-up leather, the way the grain is done, it's actually going to break in. It's going to distress. You're going to develop a great patina on the REVIT Mohawk Boots over time.
They're also the most water-repellent out of the new boots from REV'IT! There's a gator that goes up behind the tongue. Not fully waterproof but water-repellent nonetheless and you can see the style of these bad boys. It's almost like a Redwing and a Topsigner had a baby but the nice part is, they've injected enough moto functionality that off the bike, great comfort and style, on the bike you have enough coverage and you're going to see here, this is the only boot in the collection from REV'IT! that comes with a removable shifter panel. They didn't want to build it in. They wanted to maintain the style on the topside of the boot so they're giving you this leather, this full-grain WP leather pad that goes over the boot that you're going to wear when you're riding, which is a really nice and classy touch to the Mohawk Boots.
Now, quick note on fitment. It's going to fit fine for an American foot although it is a European boot coming in European sizes. The arch isn't out of control.
Diving back into the REVI'IT Mohawk boots themselves. There is the contrast stitching. We've already touched on the leather and think about it from a moto perspective, there's got to be protection. You're investing north of $250. Toe protection, heel protection built-in and I do like it that they give you this malleolus protection. That's that Fred Flintstone bone, outside of the ankle, inside of the ankle, that's called the medial side and you do have some comfort padding that's leather-lined across the top. Again, really unique style. I'm not a big brown boots guy myself. I wear a lot of blacks and a lot of grays but again, if this suits your style, this is going to be an out-of-the-park home run. Notice it's full-height too. It almost takes some of the flavor from the Rodeo boot from REV'IT!, which is going to be a little bit more military in style and this Mohawk again has its own unique flavor to it. On the sole side of things, it's going to be reasonably stiff on the bottom side here. On the stiff scale, we're going to give it about a 7 out of ten, little bit stiffer and aligned compared to some of the lighter weight boots but again, rounded laces, full height, you should be good to go. They even attach some reflectivity here in the back.
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