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REV'IT! Rodeo Boots
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REV'IT Rodeo Boots

These stylish boots are equipped with a distinct military touch, not only in the way they look but in the way they perform, too. The REVIT Rodeo Riding Shoes' rugged construction details include water-repellent leather, reinforced heels and toe caps and an aggressive tread profile. In short, the Rodeo boots mean business. They’re sturdy and safe yet very stylish. Wear your REV’IT! jeans in or over the boot and kiss compromise goodbye. 

Protection Features:

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

Ergonomic Features:

  • Reinforced heel, reinforced toe, anatomically shaped foot bed, anatomically shaped ankle cup, gusseted tongue, gear shift pad
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REV'IT! Rodeo Boots 4.6 5 43 43
Rugged Leather Boots Most boots I looked at didn't really fit the aesthetic I wanted; they were either too sporty or large/clunky. These are perfect, and remind me of a bulkier version of leather military boots. The sole is thick, but flexible, and there are armored discs on the ankles. The first few times were a little stiff, but after a few rides they're starting to break in and are pretty comfortable. In a week or two I'd expect to be able to wear them at work all day if necessary. I haven't worn them in cold weather, so I don't know how well they insulate heat. I've worn them in 100+ degree weather, though, and my feet weren't any hotter than you'd expect, so they seem to disperse the heat well. September 30, 2015
Good style, comfort, and protection, some notable quirks. I have been wearing these boots every day for about 3 weeks now and so far I am quite enjoying them. Overall they are rather comfortable, and look quite good under a pair of jeans (Despite the fact that they look like cowboy boots under jeans. Guess they're not called "Rodeo" for nothing). The leather is soft and flexes quite well, and definitely has a high quality-ness to it that I feel is worth the money. As others have said, these boots fit slightly large. As such, I ended up going for a size 42, though I normally wear (I believe) a size 43. For comparisons sake, I've worn a pair of Alpinestar S-MX 5 boots in 43 that fit pretty decent, and also a pair of First Gear Kili Hi boots in 42 that fit just fine in the length, but squished the heck out of my left pinky toe. In the case of the Rev'it Rodeo boots, I feel 42 was right on the money for me. I most likely would have been swimming in the next size up, and in agony the next size down. As it stands, the toe box and heel have just enough room to be comfortable while allowing a little toe wiggle room and even a little extra to throw in some thicker insoles. And you will want to put in some better insoles because the ones that come included in these boots are absolutely useless. Aside from have no supportive structure whatsoever, they are extremely thin and really do nothing to support your foot. To get a visual, the foam they are made of is only about 1/16th of a inch thick, or about as thick as a typical key, if not less. The foam is also not very dense, so whatever foam is there quickly gets squished down under your body weight, leaving you feeling like you are walking on the bare bottom of the boot. To combat this, I have relied upon installing a second set of insoles from another pair of boots I have underneath the included insoles to give a little extra cushion and support. So far this setup has sufficed, with plenty of room inside the boot for my 2 insoles and foot to co-exist peacefully. I am, however, on the lookout for a single good replacement insole. The outer sole is all rubber and stiff, but just stiff enough that you can still comfortable walk around all day with no issue. The rubber itself is actually quite soft, and because of that, quite grippy. Perhaps even a little too grippy? Be prepared to squeek practically everywhere you go. Any sort of waxed or shiny surface causes the sole of the boots to squeek as you walk. Not a problem outdoors on the street, but inside a store for example, people will be able to hear you coming from 2 aisles over. Despite being all rubber, the sole made to look like the sole of a traditional pair of boots, going so far as to include faux stitching and screw heads molded into the rubber where a normal boots sole would be attached to the upper. As such, the sole is most likely just glued to the upper. I hope to keep these boots for a long time, so I hope that if the sole ever wears out, a talented cobbler might be able to figure a way to replace the sole for less than it would cost me to buy another pair of boots like this. Regarding the protective features: I feel confident that the reinforced toe box, heel, and ankle protection will do an adequate job should I ever have an incident. I ride probably 90% city, just going to and from school and work, so nothing too high speed. Overall, I quite like these boots. Are they a bit expensive? Yes. However, you are buying a very high quality product with great styling and a more than adequate amount of protection built in. You can ride and walk all day in these (provided you get yourself some better insoles), and you won't have to feel like you are stomping around in a pair of stormtrooper boots while doing it. One final note: While overall the boots have a fantastic fit and finish, in my specific case the tongue of the left boot seems to have been sewn incorrectly. The tongue of the right boot sits right in the middle of the boot where it belongs, but the left boot's tongue is permanently twisted to the left. Any attempt to straighten it out is in vain, as within an hour the tongue twists itself to the left again. I've pretty much come to accept it, and it does not hurt the product in any way, but just keep that in mind as a possible quality control issue. September 28, 2015
great stylish boots w/ good protection i feel safe and my feet feel comfy as f. the first ones i got were a bit big, but one size down is perfect September 28, 2015
Nice Boot Water resistance is good. White dust on the boot is the water resistance and it works based on the downpour I got caught in the other day. It brushes right off though. Fit large. Sent back original order for 2 sizes smaller. No hassle. Comfortable on and off the bike. September 7, 2015
Expensive but stylish and safer I've enjoyed the boots. They fit very close to my normal show size. I normally wear a US 10 and the 44 fit me very well. I've received several compliments and I like knowing there are some safety features built into the boot. They are on the expensive side but that's the cost of fashion :-). September 7, 2015
Good boot so far Had these boots for two weeks or so. Comfort level they are fine with no hot spots. Can be worn all day off the bike and I wear them in the office in a profession environments. Looks and style are great as I've even gotten compliments from folks who can't even tell they're motorcycle boots! I think the sizing might need to be adjusted as I wear a US 9.5 - 10 and ordered a size 42 and the size still seems a half size too large. A touch expensive at almost $300 USD, but hopefully they'll be durable enough to earn their keep. August 25, 2015
Some Disappointing Features These boot just came back from a 9700mi 5.5 week trip from Houston to Alaska. Here’s how they did: Sizing: I’m a girl, usually where a 9-10 in girly sizes. I got a size 40 and they fit very well. I can echo that the toe box is roomy but not cavernous. Waterproofness: These boots are NOT waterproof, BUT after all day in a good Alaska soaker, my feet were dry, after the second day in good Alaskan soaker my feet were damp. Before I left I sprayed the boots with Kiwi silicon waterproofing camp spray. I don’t know how much that helped but I feel that these boots are more waterproof than they have any right to be; VERY IMPRESSED with the water resistance of these boots. My socks were never ringing wet in two weeks of rainy riding, only occasionally damp. Disappointing Feature #1: The soles. The melting point of the soles is FAR too low. Strange problem to have but an annoying issue. I ride an airhead boxer and the cylinders and heads are literally at my toes. I melted the arch of the sole on my oil cooler (250F max if that) and put some nice fin grooves in the heel after nicking the cylinder head. Don’t try kicking the fire ring, they will melt. For perspective, cheap Chinese hiking boot soles or any tennis shoe sole me be left in contact with hot fire ring indefinitely without melting or deforming. Disappointing Feature #2: Make believe. The stacked leather heel is in fact a rubber heel with a thin leather veneer that has started peeling off :P. Big no no on $289 boots. Rubber heels are fine but don’t give me a faux stacked leather heel and disappoint. Come on REV’IT. The leather upper looks to be stitched to the sole but is in fact rolled under and glued. My left sole is just starting to lift away from the upper where the boot creases. The stitching you see is just a strip of stitched leather glued in the seam :P. I don’t like that make believe illusion of quality. I would not say these things are deal breakers, just disappointments. My issue is from the insoles down (the insoles are terrible), the leather upper of this boot is EXCELLENT. I have the brown ones and they patina very nicely after 5 weeks of riding, rain, and mud. The quality of the leather and the workmanship of the uppers is what you would expect on $289 boots. But the soles and insoles are not up to adventuring, maybe fine for just an expensive pair of urban fashion boots. August 20, 2015
Excellent Boots! I have only had them for a couple of days but so far they are outstanding. They look fantastic and were extremely comfortable right out of the box. Wore the for 8 hours the first day and my feet felt fantastic the whole time. They look very good with Jeans and had a nice vibe with Khaki's as well. Not super dressy but definitely upscale. They walk wonderfully balanced and solid unlike many boots that have a bad heel to front of foot clunk. Felt very good on the bike as well, solid toe piece for shifting and even with the thick sole I found it rather nice in feedback on the rear brake pedal. Can't speak to durability, but so far I am very happy with the purchase and would definitely recommend them if you want something that will fill a Dressy to Casual vibe well. Also I ride a BMW F800 GT not the CBR 250 listed (Not that there was anything wrong with that bike, so happy I got it as my starter) August 19, 2015
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REV'IT! Rodeo Boots
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
DR. RICHARD J. L: Look good and can wear them to work Oct 4, 2015
Bryan H: I ride every day and need a boot that I can wear with slacks in the office and these look great, have a wide fit (which I require), and good protection. Sep 24, 2015
Ross F: Great reviews, good on/off bike style. Sep 3, 2015
Charles B: they look great and the reviews were good and i dont have any protective boots yet and i just got paid son Aug 13, 2015
Zachary D: Love the look of the brown leather. Aug 5, 2015
Tod R: Good protection, great style and I am very satisfied with my other Rev'it gear. Jul 7, 2015
Mark V: Very expensive!!! Soles are not GoodYear Welt... For this price they should be! Stitching on soles do not look real. Jun 6, 2015
Eric N: The Ginza boots have to be about the best motorcycle boots I've ever tried. Light and comfortable enough to wear all day and the more I wear them in the better they look. The main reason to buy these is to give the Ginza's a day off to dry out over the summer. Rev'it has got their boots dialed in just right. May 25, 2015
LCDR A: Great armor, great look. Very versatile. Can wear casually/comfortably, yet ride with confidence. May 23, 2015
Sergio K: style and function - waterproof boot, fit is larger than stated. I wear an 11. It's roomy, can use a replacement insert and heavier socks to compensate for oversized cut. May 22, 2015
Angelo C: need to style while I ride Apr 25, 2015
Bryan E: They look great, fit great, ride great. What more could you ask for? Apr 16, 2015
Brandon B: Form meets function. It is a moto boot I can wear everyday and not look like a geek. Mar 6, 2015
Mustafa J: Looks cool, need riding boots that are military inspired. Been using my Rockies up til now. Feb 20, 2015
Krystoffer A: I love leather boots! I always buy the best, from Danners to Westco. So when I saw these boots, I had to have it! I love the styling and features it provides, and does look good on or off your bike. Feb 15, 2015
Milan F: Love the functional protection which is very hard to find in a good looking boot that can be worn casually. Dec 4, 2014
James S: I am a old Army guy. Loved the look!!! Nov 26, 2014
D E: Great styling and amazing reviews. Nov 25, 2014
Sean V: Perfect boots for streetfighter - cafe - naked bikes and even cruisers like an Indian Scout with a distressed brown leather jacket . Nov 4, 2014
D A: I was looking for a boot that didn't scream "motorcycle boot!" yet had an understated yet classic look. These boots fit the bill. I need to break them in a little, but I can see these boots becoming my favorites that will last the rest of my riding career, and beyond as they are simply great looking boots. Nov 3, 2014
Rafael N: looks and reviews. Oct 11, 2014
Peter P: need boots with full protection for daily commute that I can also wear to work, casually and on weekend rides. also own a REV'IT Ignition jacket and two pairs of REV'IT gloves (Fly Glove replacing well-worn six-year-old other REV'IT model), all of which I've been very satisfied with. Oct 10, 2014
Michael P: Needed a protective, good looking boot. Something I could wear daily around the office if I desire, but also keeps the feet warm, dry, and protected. Sep 18, 2014
Allen R: Your video review. Aug 5, 2014
halim c: style and ability to ride to work without bringing a change of shoes. Jul 29, 2014
Hernan I: Style, safety Jul 14, 2014
Michael J: I've been wearing western boots for years. Now I'd like a motorcycle boot with more protection but still want something that looks good off the bike. Also, I'm hoping these are boots I can wear all day long without my feet hurting. We'll see. Jun 24, 2014
Daniel H: I wasn't sure whether to order my standard size (43) or go down a size as recommended on line. I called and spoke with a rep, who said that he tried a pair and wore the same size in Rev 'it as in his other boot. So I ordered a 43 and I was swimming in it. I returned it today and ordered a 42. Will see if it's any better. Jun 7, 2014
John M: I like cowboy boots, with an English twist May 28, 2014
Anthony D: Need a good cafe style boot. May 23, 2014
Elijah S: I wanted a boot for a professional work environment. This type of versatile and protective boot is hard to find. Most riding boots are far too clunky for my taste. These appear to be the perfect balance of rugged, stylish, professional, and protective. Jan 28, 2014
rich s asked: Can these be re-soled? Jun 25, 2014
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Tyler F: Maybe. The soles appear to be glued on, not a Goodyear welt. It would depend if your local boot shop had a sole that would fit that they could glue on. Also, there needs to be enough sole left in order to grab on and pull off. Mar 26, 2015
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A shopper asked: Are these made with a goodyear welt, and/or can they be resoled? Jun 25, 2014
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Tyler F: They are not a goodyear welt, the "stitching" around the sole is just embossed into the rubber sole. They appear to be glued on soles. So there is a chance they could be re-soled but not a guarantee. Mar 26, 2015
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patricia d asked: does anyone know if this will be available for women in the future? I have a serious case of the wants. Apr 19, 2014
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Patty L: Same here! I've looked for women's version of this style and keep hoping ... REV'IT please do it! Jul 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is this boot supposed to be waterproof? Jan 8, 2014
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Yehuda N: actually in the packaging it does say that these are coated with a waterproof coating and tells you how to take care of the boots so they remain waterproof. Apr 16, 2015
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Ian C: This boot is not waterproof. Jan 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: Are these ce 13634 rated? Feb 4, 2015
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EnReVe: Honestly, I am not sure. I do know that they have very good protection. Extremely comfy. Feb 5, 2015
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Jeffrey R asked: Are these expected to be back in stock at some point, or will they be replaced with next season's line. Any idea when either might happen? Aug 13, 2014
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William K: I bought two pair of these a month ago just in case it was the last of them. There the best looking ones out there in my opinion. Sep 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi just wondering what size? to get in the revit. Rodeo boot, I usually where a size 42 on shoes, boots converse etc.
Jun 25, 2014
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anthony c: Depending on the sneaker I will wear a 41.5 or 42 and a 41 in dress shoes. I originally ordered the 42 which was far too large. Then I tried the 41 which was still too big for me, particularly in the arch area of my narrow foot. Finally I went with the 40 and it fits quite nicely. Based on this I would recommend that you go with the size 41. Jun 25, 2014
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Lyle S: I normally wear an 8 1/2 wide in work boots (Redwing, Danner, Wescos). I ordered the size 41 and it fits great. Even after replacing the inserts with off the shelf Dr. Scholl gels the boots are still comfortable with room in the toebox. Jun 25, 2014
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Taylor H: I wear 431/2 and ordered 43 in the Rodeo Boot. They are a bit big so I am waiting to try the 42. I would suggest you order 41. Jun 25, 2014
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Laura S: My Converse are 42.5 and I got the Rodeo boots in a 43, which worked out fine. Jun 26, 2014
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Brandon W: Size 42. They feel snug and true to size. Jul 3, 2014
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A S asked: I wear a true size 9 US. My feet are neither wide nor narrow. I have other moto-boots in size 42 Euro but have read these run large.

What size should I order?
Jan 15, 2015
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Taylor H: You probably already know that Revzilla is so fantastic that at least you can rest assured that if you get the wrong size, you can return until you get the right size. I really like these boots except for the price, of course. They are better than anything else I have. They do run big. I wear a 10 and have 44's in other boots, but when I received the rodeo boots, I was swimming in the 44's so I exchanged for the 42"s. The 42's are a smidgen large but nothing I can't live with. Pretty sure 40's would be too small. Hope this helps. Jan 21, 2015
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Keith R: I wear a size 11 US, I ordered the comparable Euro size (I don't remember what it was) and it was slightly larger, but still same size. No regrets. There may be a little extra room, but you won't be swimming in them. It gives a little room for feet to swell if they get hot during the summer. Jan 21, 2015
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Tyler F: The size chart appears to be "boot sizes" so a half to a full size smaller that your normal shoe size. I wear a 10.5-11 in shoes, and made the mistake of ordering an 44. It was too big, the 43 (US10) fit perfect. Mar 26, 2015
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Allen R: I've worn a 46 in other shoes. I bought these in a 46 and they fit fine, so I think a 42 would work for you. Jan 20, 2015
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A shopper asked: Are there removable insoles in these boots or is there room for custom orthotics? Aug 30, 2014
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A S: The insoles are removable. I would think custom orthotics would work fine.
I normally wear size 9.5 US and got the 43, they are generous in their size to fit ortho, but I think 42 would have been too tight for me.
Sep 10, 2014
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alex y: Yes, there are removable insoles. I've replaced them with Superfeet inserts, which greatly increase the comfort when standing all day. I don't see why reasonably sized orthotics wouldn't fit. Aug 30, 2014
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Brandon W: There are removable insoles in the boots and there is room for a custom orthotic. I put a gel insert in mine for added comfort Aug 30, 2014
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Steven L: Yep. They run a full size too big, so get a size down. Soles are removable. Quality item. Oct 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: How tall are these boots? May 12, 2015
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Leo R: The boots go about 2 inches above the ankle. Buy these boots! I ride to work often and wear these boots a day around the office. Very comfortable to be in and great boots on the bike too. May 13, 2015
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Courtney K: There about an 8in boot. They remind me of a military style combat boot. I like the way they fit and feel. I definitely recommend these boots. May 12, 2015
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Keith R: I'd say 3 inches above the ankle. May 12, 2015
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A shopper asked: How big is the toe box? I wear a size 12 US. I currently own the Icon Elsinore size 12, and they don't fit well with rear sets. Jul 30, 2014
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alex y: I have the El Bajos, which are the short version of the Elsinores. The Rodeos have a thinner sole and a lower profile toebox, but they are longer than the Bajo/Elsinores. The Icons have a rounded toe, whereas the Rev'it boots are more pointy. Pointier than the pics/video made it seem.

The Icons are stiff and feel rigidly protective. The profile is so high that I had to adjust my shift lever to make them fit, but they saved my foot when it got pinned under the bike in a wreck. The Rodeos are lighter and have a bit more flex, and as a result are far more comfortable both on and off the bike while still feeling protective.
Jul 30, 2014
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Eamonn R: I have wide feet. I normally order a US 13 for absolute comfort. But worn with dress socks the Rodeo boots fit just fine. A little snug but comfortable. They also stretch a little after a week or so. Now they are a perfect fit. Jul 30, 2014
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Elisha P: The toe box is roomy. Almost too roomy for me. But still comfortable over all. The rodeo boots seem to be wider in general. But I don't have any heel slippage. I don not have any comparison for the Elsinore boots. Jul 30, 2014
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Marcel R asked: How high does the gusset on the tongue go? Jul 5, 2014
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A S: Hi Marcel,
The gusset is about 3-1/4" below the top of the boot.
It is approximately half way up the boot.
If you look at the photo it ends at about the 5th eyelet down from the top.
That should at least give you an idea.
Jul 6, 2014
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James D: About 3" just to the start of the ankle Jul 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: Any reviews yet? May 25, 2014
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Jorge C: Boots are great. Soft leather, good soles, ankle padding and good laces with metal ends! I've worn them twice and they are very comfortable. I wear a size 8.5 US and went with the 41 ( a size smaller) and they fit me fine. My foot is a little small and decided to choose the smaller size. These boots should break in well and hold up fine. Being all leather, they may be a little warm in summer, but hopefully wearing the right socks will help.

The extra leather at the shifter area should hold up well with use. I hope they continue making these in the future.
May 27, 2014
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Don B: I have only had these boots for about a week at the time of this writing. I order one size down as suggested. I am normally a 10 in mens shoes an 10.5 in athletic shoes. The 43 fit perfect with plenty of room in the toe box. These boots are very well made and comfortable. I have worn them all day at times - on and off the bike. They have a nice lining that has been comfortable up to the mid 70's so far. I really think they will be just fine in higher temps. Overall I am very satisfied with my purchase. May 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: How tough is the rubber on the sole? I have a pair of boots right now that my kickstart is putting a hole in. Is the rubber sole on this book going to be able to hold up to a metal kickstart? Jun 1, 2014
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Jeff C: A good 3/8" of rubber sole at arch area plus another 3/16" of tread added forward and on heal. Great looking boot with solid details and construction. Jun 1, 2014
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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.

Click here to see the full REV'IT! Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 38 1021734 FBR020001038 Out of Stock
Black / 39 1021735 FBR020001039 Available: Expect 2-3 business days processing time prior to shipment
Black / 40 940247 8700001186971 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 41 940248 8700001186988 Out of Stock
Black / 42 940249 8700001186995 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 43 940250 8700001187008 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 44 940251 8700001187015 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 45 940252 8700001187022 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 46 940253 8700001187039 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Brown / 38 1021736 FBR020070038 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Brown / 39 1021737 FBR020070039 Available: Expect 2-3 business days processing time prior to shipment
Brown / 40 940254 8700001187046 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Brown / 41 940255 8700001187053 Out of Stock
Brown / 42 940256 8700001187060 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Brown / 43 940257 8700001187077 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Brown / 44 940258 8700001187084 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Brown / 45 940259 8700001187091 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Brown / 46 940260 8700001187107 Out of Stock

So along with the Ginza Boot, I believe the REV'IT! Rodeo is my new favorite within the REVIT casual boot line. Part of the City Collection. On the bike, off the bike. The Rodeo Boots is full height, made with premium Apache batido cowhide. And really it's designed this bad boy to be a much more military cafe vintage inspired style. Classic laces all the way up. And there's a nice degree of protection in this boot.

Quick note on sizing. It's gonna be Euro sizing but it will fit the American foot. No worries there, guys. Not extra narrow. Normal feet should be just fine in the REVIT! Rodeo Boots. You'll notice there's a black version and a brown version. The brown versions gonna break in a little bit differently. It'll develop it's own patina. Where the black is gonna stay reasonably black and they are oiled. Remember in '14 there's four different full height boots from Rev'It. You have the Bleeker where there's no laces. You have the Rodeo, the Mohawk, as well as the Ginza. Which are their unique flavors in the Ginzas. That titanium color wear. This bad boy has that cafe style. Notice, motorcycle protection in the toe box as well as the reinforcing in the heel. You're going to see it. And then you have nice, big areas of lateral and medial protection around the ankle, going all the way up. And I like that they've been embossed. So there's a little bit of style there on the moto side. But you don't really see them. Under a pair of jeans, you can wear the REVIT Rodeo Boots all day long.

And on the stiffness scale, I'm gonna give the Rodeo boots from REV'IT about a seven out of ten. So they're not overly dramatic. But they do offer a little bit more support than what we saw on something like a Turini or the Stelvio, which are the lower profile, city inspired shoes. Duel stitch, reinforced panel for your controls. Rounded classic laces going all the way up, tying in with the tongue. It even has some of the Rev'It logo there, very lightly embossed on a scuffed up suede panel. But again, military inspired, full height, comfortable, protective with that classic cafe feel. And if you want the black ones. The black ones you shall have.