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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

REV'IT! Men's Footwear Sizing:

EURO  USA
36 4.5
37 5
38 6
39 6.5
40 7
41 8
42 9
43 10
44 10.5
45 11
46 12
47 13
48 14
49 15

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

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REV'IT! Rodeo Boots 4.6 5 49 49
Not worth the price. The boots look great, but only lasted about six months for me before they started to come apart at the heel. After a year and a half, my boots look completely ragged. Less expensive Timberlands or a Harley boot from the dealership have proven to maintain better quality than these boots. The leather in the heel is a complete mess at this point for me and the insole on the right boot is in equally poor shape. Additionally, the toe protection is inadequate especially considering the price. They look great, but they are not built for the long haul. You can't even replace the soles. I do not recommend these boots. Time to see if Style Martin can offer a better product. January 14, 2016
Great looking boot that offers protection and comfort. No gripes here. I've been riding with these boots for 4 months and they've been perfect. Little to no break-in required as well. January 8, 2016
Wear these! Great for riding, comfortable enough to use at work, stylish with good protection all round -- worth the price! November 24, 2015
Rev'it Rodeo - yehaww Purchased a pair of Rev'it Rodeo boots recently. They have an instant out of the box feeling of already having been broken in and are extremely comfortable. The leather uppers appear to compete well in quality with other well known leather boot manufacturers. For this price point, the only criticism I have are the outsoles of the boots. The welt has imitation stitching rather than actual stitching attaching the outsoles to the uppers, meaning the uppers are glued to the outsoles. This means no replacement soles if/when you wear these out. The outsoles themselves have fake screw heads as well. C'mon, who we trying to fool here? At this price point, it would have been nice to use an oil resistant Vibram sole or something comparable. The sizing runs a little large. When ordering, I'd order your correct size and then upgrade from the minimalist stock insert. This made my boots fit perfect. Comments above notwithstanding, I'm very pleased with the Rev'it Rodeo and would definitely recommend them. Ton up on '05 Triumph and cruzin' a '99 HD Road King Classic. November 16, 2015
Perfect pair of riding boots These boots are simply perfect! They look great while wearing my Rev'it! Vendome jeans, they are stylish, very confortable while riding, and full of safety details like reinforced heels, toe caps and water-repellency. They worth each dollar paid on them! The very best pair of riding boots I've ever had! October 30, 2015
Initial impressions Someone was complaining about the leather veneer on the heel, well they must not ever wear dress shoes, because that's how most of them are constructed. When the box arrived from UPS it was destroyed and I took 8 pictures as I was opening it up. Inside the Revzilla box, even the Rev'it box had a huge hole in it, but the boots didn't have a scratch. You MUST use your own insoles! I use orthodics so no biggie, I had them ready. The style allows me to wear them with my slacks to the office and I think only one guy noticed that they were motorcycle boots. At first I was worried about the fit even after reading everyone else's reviews on fit. I have a very hard time finding shoes that fit me right. the only thing normal on my foot (based on the length) is my heed size. I am very wide across the balls of my feet, a high and forward instep and stubby toes, so most shoes that fit my feet are way to long like clown shoes, hehe. Being lace-up boots there is a lot of room for adjustment. When I first tried them on I was a little concerned that they weren't going to work out; They were not comfortable walking around the house and I was concerned about walking to lunch. Happily I can say that they broke in during the first day I wore them to the office. They turned out to be very comfortable on and off the bike. I wear jeans to and from work and change into my slacks at work, so the boots are on and off 3 times a day and they continue to get easier to get in and out of every day. I've been wearing them for two weeks and am still impressed. I've ridden twice in the rain for about 30 minutes each time and the boots shed the water without issue. No gortex in these, so they are not water "proof", but so far have done an excellent job keeping the feet dry. Highly recommend these boots. October 12, 2015
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
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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.