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Based on the outstanding success of the Sidi Adventure Rain Boots, it has been decided that the full Gore-Tex version of the boot will be imported from Italy.  Previously this boot was only available in Europe.  This ultimate adventure boot combines the best of both worlds (offroad and touring) into a boot that is extremely protective as well as comfortable both on and off the bike. With the Gore-Tex membrane these boots are 100% waterproof as well being highly breathable. 

These boots come with the Gore-Tex Guaranteed to Keep You Dry promise.  

  • Soft rubber sole for maximum grip.
  • Replaceable strap system.
  • Top grain leather construction.
  • Composite inner sole.
  • Removable arch support.
  • Exclusive cam-lock buckle system.
  • Cambrelle lining.
  • Slim, cool non-bootie design.
  • Rigid, shock resistant, anatomically shaped heel for maximum protection.
  • Split grain leather inner anti-wear/heat panel.
  • Single Flex System upper.
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SIDI Adventure Gore-Tex Boots 4.6 5 84 84
Comfy big boot I ordered this boot for wet weather. So far it's been great. Took it for a creek walk this weekend and it stayed dry. It's very comfortable but still a little stiff. I have not had any squeek problems. I really like the styling on this boot and I'm very pleased wtih the safety features. I generally wear a 9.5--10. I ordered a 43 and it was perfect. April 14, 2014
Kind of expensive but worth it These boots are really comfortable and required no time to break in. They have good support for riding on the pegs and feel light when you need to stick you foot out in a slide. April 7, 2014
Noisy - I recommend only if you can handle that for $$$ For the price I expected more. I immediately put inserts in for more comfort, but I do that with all my shoes. The biggest problem is the noise. They squeek so so bad! I'd have honestly returned them if I didn't buy them towards the end of the riding season last year purely based on the noise. Now that I am using them and walking in them to places like church, they are just too loud and I am constantly reminded of it. I tried a bit of silicone, but that didn't help much. On the up side, they are very protective, and easy to take on and off. I'm just going to get used to having shoes with me to change into. I'll update this review if needed as I wear them in. April 3, 2014
Worth the money. I upgraded to these from the Adventure Rain which were not completely waterproof. My TCX Infinitys were but they lacked the protection of the Sidi. I am still getting use to them as they are a bit more cumbersome than the slippers I was wearing before. The TCX's were 5 seasons old. March 26, 2014
No break in required. This isn't a motocross boot. It's an adventure boot and in such it's comfortable. You can wear it all day for many days. Haven't tested the waterproofing yet but I don't see any weak spots. They are narrow enough around the calf you can wear average jeans over them or they adjust enough to wear in the boot pants with them. There isn't much competition for this category, maybe a little expensive, but no complaints. February 10, 2014
Great ADV Boot I really like this boot for ADV riding. I have a BMW GS and this boot is a good balance between protection for off-road dirt road & trails and street riding. A pure off-road boot like the Spitfire would offer more protection but I need to be able to also wear the boot in town when stopping to see the sights. February 4, 2014
Great Boot, Super Comfortable The boot just fits right from the moment it's worn. It has plenty of good protection and can be adjusted to fit perfectly. Buckles take a bit of courage to adjust at first, but once you know the drill, you will love them. January 27, 2014
Great looking boot Just got them a couple of weeks ago; first time in, I felt very comfortable, as well as during the ride. Since temperature was moderate, I din't experience sweating, or cold. Too early to make further comments, but I love the fact that there are only two buckles, instead of four! January 20, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Arsenio G: Great comfort and protection,,,specially when walking is a part of your trip Apr 17, 2014
Brian F: Gore-Tex, light weight, protection & comfort. Apr 5, 2014
Scott F: To replace a nine year old set of SIDI Flex Force boots. Apr 2, 2014
T L: Because of old Anthony ! Mar 30, 2014
Stephen E: A local brick and mortar store stocked the SIDI Adventure Rain. I liked the look, fit and feel, also the on/off road versatility. The price difference to upgrade to real leather and Gore-Tex just made sense (after watching the Revzilla videos and reading the reviews). Mar 23, 2014
John B: Every review indicated this was a near perfect selection for my 50/50 style adventure riding. Mar 15, 2014
C J: I ride all the time and these are supposed to be the best. Mar 15, 2014
Pete P: Anthony! Anthony's the Man! Great reviews, helped me decide which boots to order! If their good enough for you, their good enough for me! Mar 14, 2014
Stephen K: Bought the cheaper version but were to small. I like the style a lot so I chose to get the goretex boot instead. They did not seem to so expensive with the credit applied :) Mar 13, 2014
David B: Several of my friends have these boots are were highly recommended. I totally agree, they are comfortable and offer great protection. Mar 10, 2014
B R: Level of protection, all season/weather and reviews of comfort. Mar 6, 2014
Lukas V: Because they had great reviews . Mar 4, 2014
James B: I was told these are very good adventure boots so i want to try them out. Mar 1, 2014
Edward B: Reviews, quality, function Mar 1, 2014
Tim B: look and sound awesome! reviews were all good, Feb 20, 2014
Danny C: I own a pair of SIDI Canyon Gore-Tex boots and really like them. I like the added protection offered by the Adventure Gore-Tex boots. Feb 7, 2014
Brian M: I have had several pairs of Sidi boots before and I like their fit. This pair fits great, has lots of protection, is easy to get on and off and they are waterproof. A great boot! Feb 7, 2014
Robert B: Based on video, seemed to be best all around blood for sport touring, best value for the $. Jan 19, 2014
Jon B: These are the best boot money can buy, and yes they are water proof unless the water goes over the top, then they make very good fish tanks. Dec 10, 2013
D A: I've owned a pair of Sidi motocross boots in the past and I found them to be the best on the market. They were a very solid, well-made boot with lots of protection. I was very happy with them and figured they'd have the best adventure boot as well. Dec 5, 2013
Mats C: Awesome adventure boots. Fast service from Revzilla Nov 28, 2013
Andrew S: Better ankle support Nov 25, 2013
Christopher J: safety Nov 6, 2013
Dan S: Protection first, yet I have heard it is walkable. I had the Gaerne G-adventure and was not impressed with protection and it definitely was not water proof (sent back warrantee). I see it as a good ATV boot, NOT ADV. Nov 4, 2013
Thomas C: Revzilla had the best price Oct 25, 2013
Richard D: I wanted a solid protective boot that is also water proof. I've had great italian made goretex hiking boots before that lasted 13 years and counting so I wanted to make sure that I invested in a good pair of riding boots that would last just as long. I am happy to make a large investment in something that will last. Oct 23, 2013
Phoebe B: I chose these boots based on excellent information about them conveyed through revzilla. Sep 23, 2013
Kim R C: I like the look of the boot. I did much research. It seems that this boot will do well on road, off road and light walking. As I had a fractured heel, I need some support in the foot bed, and this boot looks like it will be great. I have a sense, a feeling, this is the boot for me. Sep 19, 2013
sands p: A versatile boot for the types of riding I choose. Sidi has a reputation for a quality product. Sep 11, 2013
Eric M: Good reviews, and Gore Tex. One boot to do everything but MX. Sep 9, 2013
Robert M: Gore-Tex and the protective features of the boot. Video description was awesome as always Aug 29, 2013
David V: Florida weather. Gotta be ready for anything. Oh, and now I won't be scraping the sides of my good shoes on the way to work, so that's a plus. If only there was a Gore-Tex adv boot designed for maximum breathability but with all replaceable sliders and hardware... Oh, and with fully protected joint over the ankle and resoleable while you're at it. Maybe mold airflow channels into the TPU protection? Aug 14, 2013
Perry O: Highly recommended based on form fit and function. Aug 9, 2013
A shopper asked: More importantly, what justifies the $250 difference in price? May 30, 2011
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RyanMotonation: There are a few differences.

1. Construction - Adventure Rain models are constructed of Lorica, while the Adventure Gore-tex are constructed of Top Grain Italian leather. In order to create gore-tex models, Sidi must purchase and used the approved leather by gore-tex.

2. Breathability - Since the Rain models are made of Lorica, by technical standards of how the materials work (lorica vs. leather) the Rain boots have slightly better breathability. That being said, we have yet to have anyone say the Gore-tex version doesn't breath better or worse.

3. Warranty - All Sidi boots are covered by a 2 year warranty. The only extended warrantees on Sidi boots come from the Gore-tex Lifetime guaranteed that the boots will be waterproof. If your boots leak after the 2 years of purchase, you would contact gore-tex. And again, that warranty is only for the waterproofness of the boots, not the manufacture defect warranty that Motonation provides in the first 2 years of purchase.
Nov 18, 2011
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Guideboat: I just learned the difference. The Adventure Rain is not waterproof, it is only considered Water Resistant. I recently rode from upper Maine to NY in heavy rain the whole distance; my feet were wet at the end of the trip. Sidi made it very clear that the Adventure Rain is a water resistant boot so the wet toes was possible after a long ride. It is not waterproof. Sidi honored my complaint by allowing me to pay the difference to upgrade to the Gore-tex version, So does that answer why it is $250 more to get it waterproof. Oct 19, 2011
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multimotors: The Sidi Adventure Gore-Tex boots are identical to the Sidi Adventure Rain boots with the exception that the waterproof membrane is made by Gore as opposed to another lesser priced (presumably inferior, but I doubt it) brand. PERSONALLY, I find that Gore-tex on a textile jacket or pants is value-added, but Gore on the inside of an all-leather or a leather and plastic boot just adds cost without benefit (Sorry Anthony, I know you are a Gore disciple) Oct 10, 2011
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nielsm: GoreTex vs proprietary water resistant liner. GoreTex should be better breathing and fully waterproof, while the liner in the Rain would be water resistant and not as good breathing.

If you never plan on being in rain or walking thru puddles, riding across streams, etc, the Rain may be a better option & somewhat cheaper, while the GoreTex is a go-everywhere boot for all kinds of weather.
Apr 23, 2012
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Eric P: Guaranteed waterproof, full-grain leather construction.

I think otherwise it's the same boot.

Now, since the boot is only $100 more than the ADV rain, it really makes it easier to swallow. For me, the extra $100 was worth it. I think any serious adv riding involving streams, rain, long distances, etc. would benefit greatly from the added waterproofness.
Jan 2, 2013
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brianm929: I think the price spread is down to $100 now. I think the Revzilla video explains it well. You are paying for the Goretex product and insurance provided. Also, the product is different due to Goretex requirements such as full grain leather and I believe the liner is also different. Apr 9, 2013
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A shopper asked: Wondering, what is the height of the boot is. Is it lower than amx boot. Jun 6, 2012
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Peebd: The S-MX 5 is a mid-calf boot. Jul 16, 2012
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RevZilla: The SIDI Adventure Gore-Tex Boots are about 14" tall on the back and 15" on the front calf. Depending on what MX boot you are trying to compare it with, it will be either lower or higher; but in 90% of the cases, it should be lower than an MX boot. Jul 17, 2012
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Juice99: The boots are 36 cm high Oct 8, 2012
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Angryrican: a few inches lower Oct 15, 2012
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A shopper asked: My riding consists of about 80-85% on road...10-15% off road ( nothing too hardcore anymore-getting too old!). I want good protection, and
waterproof, but also comfort for touring and walking when off of the bike. Is this boot too heavily weighted toward off road for my style? Any input would be appreciated. If this isn't the right boot...any recommendations?
Nov 5, 2013
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Randy S: I purchased these boots for a 3200 mile ride in Alaska. The ride was 80% street and 20% dirt. Everyone has a personal taste and style so I will give you my perspective. There is a tradeoff between comfort and protection. I tend to lean towards the side of having more protection at the expense of some more comfort. With that said, these boots were surprisingly comfortable and easy to walk in when I got off the bike. They have good flexibility and were definitely waterproof. I couldn't complain about the boots in any way. With that said, if you were planning on walking around a town for 2 to 4 hours sightseeing, you would probably want to slip into something that is lighter in weight but these were the best walking boots I have had. I have ridden off road bikes for many years and my off road boots are way stiffer and more difficult to walk in. These really work pretty well. Nov 5, 2013
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Tahi B: These boots are very comfortable. I wore these on a ride from Anchorage to Deadhorse/ Prudhoe bay in Alaska. A 2000 mile trip. Temperatures ranging from 70 degrees down to 19 degrees. I rode hundreds of miles of muddy dirt roads as well as highway in the pouring rain. These boots kept my feet very comfortable warm and dry.
I've used these boots on a couple of local (SoCal) trips that was mostly pavement and they were good. Temperatures mid 80's down to low 60's
These boots are comfortable, they are waterproof, they look good. They are at the high end of the $$$ but one day riding in Alaska made them priceless to me.
Nov 5, 2013
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George W: I would highly recommend these boots. I ride a Multistrada every day, and I find these boots easy to put on and they have a comfortable fit. My utmost concern with a boot is foot and ankle safety; these boots are very good for that. I do service them by black polish, not for shining, but more to condition the leather, and make them less squeaky when walking with the. (You'll never sneek up on anyone for sure). I've never understood why anyone would not always wear a boot when riding...especially urban riding. You won't regret buy them ever. Nov 6, 2013
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Christopher G: No, I would think this boot might be perfect. It is very comfortable both on the bike and walking around. I actually feel the sole might be a little too soft, especially for any extended standing on the pegs - I was expecting a much stiffer boot but I am happy with it. Only problem with walking around all day in it is IT SQUEAKS ! But, when I bought these for riding so I don't care if they squeak while I walk to the bike. The deciding factor will probably be whether or not they fit your feet. Hope that helps Nov 5, 2013
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Douglas P: My riding has about the same breakdown of onroad/offroad riding. I'm also getting up there in years (72) but find myself in some technical spots from time to time. I really like these boots - they keep my feet warm and dry and have saved my ankles in a couple of tip overs. They aren't exactly hiking boots, but they are perfectly comfortable for the walking I do. I have walked over a mile several times to view interesting sights with no discomfort. Nov 5, 2013
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Kostyantyn B: I have walked a couple of miles in the city in this boot. They were comfortable, but it was a little awkward and I would wear a different pair of shoes if I was going on a hike or something. For commuting to work, shopping for groceries, or stopping by a restaurant they are not very noticeable. They also squeak a little. I got these primarily for protection. And yes, you can walk in 6" standing water in them and they stay bone dry. Nov 7, 2013
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David S: This is a perfect boot for what you described. I purchased the boot for a 2 week adventure ride out west. 90% road - 10% gravel, dirt. Temperature range 32 - 107 degrees. I wore the boots for 10-12 hours per day. They were warm in the higher temps but what boot wouldn't be? My US shoe size is 8.5 and I purchased 41 EUR, which fit perfect. The will stretch a bit when they break in after about 1 day. I hope this helps. Nov 5, 2013
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John B: 1st off they are very water proof had them in rain (hard rain at speed, legal of course) for 7 hours no water period.
2nd rode in 100 degree temps, hiked with them 3 miles climb rock stairs going up was much easier than going down. They do squeak so no sneaking up on anybody. Heavy like a good heavy work boot, but you are protected very well. one last comment would I buy them again ? In a heart beat.
Nov 5, 2013
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A s: I have the adventure Gore-tex and Sidi Canyon Gore-tex.. and my riding style is similar to yours..but honestly I thing that the Canyon Gore-tex are the best all around boot available.. if you don't care about noise while walking and a little bit heavier and taller, you better go with the adventure model which offer better protection..Out the bike the Canyon boots win big time...my two cents Nov 5, 2013
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Brian E: I have had a few different brands, and these Sidis are my favorite so far. I am getting old too, and I have bad knees, artificial hip, etc., etc., so I want the best protection I can get. I have dumped my bike a few times with these boots with no damage to ankles or shins. They are just fine for walking around except for the squeaking, but that can be handled with some lubricant. Nov 6, 2013
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Gail M: You do not need the SIDI Adventure for paved highway riding. However, if you ride gravel or dirt roads it provides a lot of protection. I really like the boot for touring when you may encounter changing road surfaces and conditions. It is comfortable to wear while riding and reasonably comfortable when walking, and yes it does squeak when walking. Nov 5, 2013
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Bill K: I really like them. I believe you would too. I have the Crossfires MX boot too. That ADV are very comfortable with great protection. Try them on at home. You can always send them back. I bet you keep them. Bill Nov 5, 2013
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Donald W: I've worn them for two years now and am very happy with them. A little heavy but comfortable off the bike and absolutely waterproof. Great protection. Good luck. Nov 5, 2013
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Sam C: These boots are definitely weighted toward off-road. Nov 6, 2013
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A shopper asked: I'm considering these boots - I'm a 90/10 on/off road rider with a Buell Ulysses. I know these boots would be great for the Ulysses - but I would also like to be able to use them on my other bike, and Buell Firebolt. The Firebolt is a sport-bike, and I'm wondering if these boots would too stiff for use on that bike? I'm considering these or the Armadas. Feb 7, 2014
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William L: I agree these are very comfortable etc but I'm not sure i would use them for a sport bike. i find they don't have the ankle flex i like for sport bike shifting. Using them on my GS, they are great but I do have to raise the shifter up a bit to comfortably position myself for upshifting and and then 'stomp' to down shift (heal slightly off the peg to get the sole on top of the shifter). there may be a shifter solution but, for a sport bike where I like to be running up and down the gears quickly, I prefer a boot designed for the road. That said, for a GS or touring type rider and bike, this boot is great. And offroad it provides a lot of protection for a crossover boot.

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Feb 13, 2014
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Christopher B: I purchased these boots a few years back and have been completely satisfied with them. I wore them on a week long ride to the Mohave desert. Although I needed a great boot with a high level of protection, the thing that I really love about them is the comfort. First of all, they breathe extremely well and remain cool in hot weather. Secondly, I was extremely impressed with how comfortable they were when I was walking or hiking. I don't have to change out of my boots if I feel like exploring. You won't regret your decision to buy these boots... not even for a second! Feb 7, 2014
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Jerry Y: I'm a 50/50 rider on a KTM690Enduro and BMW 1200GS. The Adventure's are my only boots. They are far better than anything else I've worn, providing great ankle protection and a comfortable fit. Being leather, I suspect they have enough give to be flexible for your needs; but I have no experience with them on a sport bike. They were comfortable from day one and as they have broken in I've just adjusted the buckles to fit my needs for protection and flexibility. Hope this might help some.

Jerry
Feb 7, 2014
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Randy E: I bought the Adventure GoreTex boots for both adventure riding and more technical dual sport riding after a crash with my foot under the bike left me limping for 4 months. When the bike is on top of you there is no substitute for the best in protection, these boots have it. They are also comfortable to walk in off the bike and have enough style for dinner with a pair of jeans. It took me one day on the bike to have them broken in. Feb 7, 2014
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Alec M: Yes, you can! I use these boots for my sport bike as well as my adventure bike. They are quite flexible and VERY comfortable and easy to get in and out of. They are, of course, heavier than a sport-type boot, but that really doesn't matter much on the bike. They are pretty comfortable to walk in also, though heavy. These are my Favorite Boots -- if I had to keep only one pair of boots, it would be these! Feb 7, 2014
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HYUNSEUNG K: In fact, it took a while to get used to. Since it is well made and very tough but stiffness requires quite a time to be loosed up. For me, stiffness is not main issue but thickness of boots make harder to shift gear without modified on the length of shift bar. But once again, it is very well made and very comfortable. Not sure it will work out with sport-bike though Feb 8, 2014
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Kelly M: Our trip was from Michigan to Alaska and I was very pleased with the boots. We encountered all kinds of weather (hot,cold, wet,windy, snow and every combination) We even did waking tours in special areas. I got the boots and bascally got on the road. Warm, comfortable, sturdy, and dry. A good all around boot. I would buy another pair if I had four legs!! Feb 8, 2014
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Tim B: Best boots I have ever owned. If you ride you want the best protection.These provide it plus are flexible enough to walk in.I used to ride with hiking boots so I was able to use the footwear off the bike but these provide the protection that hiking boots don,t.
Hope this helps
Mar 31, 2014
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David W: Once broken in, they are stiffer than a sport-bike style boot, but not overly so. I have a BMW GS and an Aprilia Tuono V4R and these boots are great on the GS (best ever!!) but the toe box is too tall for comfortable or quick shifting on the Tuono. Feb 7, 2014
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Kelly M: We went Feb 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have never worn full boots before and have fairly wide calves. I am wondering how wide these are in the calf/ankle and how much sensible adjustment there is up there.

I normally wear a 10.5-11 in shoes that I know will wear in and 11 in shoes that put up a bigger fight. I am thinking I would probably be looking at something on the order of 46 if they become available to factor in the reported narrow cut and the rigidity. Does this sound like a sensible approach?
Nov 13, 2013
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Jon B: Sidi changed how the upper part of the boot fastens, only Velcro and you can keep the upper boot as loose as you want, on me they are plenty big. The lower clamps have no effect on the calf area. This is a big change from the older Sidi boots that depended on clamps higher up which was a problem. Great boots so far, I bought size 11 to wear thicker socks. My normal size is 10.5. These boots are quite thin compaired to real motorcross boots that are padded. these are not padded. For serious dirt riding I still wear by MX boots, these are for Adventure traveling and are great. Nov 14, 2013
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Brian M: I think your approach is correct. Size 46 should work. I have large calves and the boots fit great. These are great boots. I have put about 6000 miles of travels in hot and cold weather. They work great. Nov 14, 2013
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William L: hey. i wear between 10.5 & 11.5 depending upon shoe but generally 46 works for me (all my mc boots are 46 because i like a little space for sock padding). i have 46 in the sidi adv gore-tex and they fit great. i also wear a little heavier boot sock in them for added padding.

regarding break-in, the uppers really break in well with use. they start as franken-boots but a few hours of rough offroading and they feel great. only thing is they obviously won't stretch in length at all give the heavy sole and welt so keep that in mind.

as for the calf fit, i've got skinny runner's calves. these boots are nice for me because the velcro allows me to close them right down (as opposed to a pair of astars i have with a ratchet buckle that are always slightly loose). that said, these can get pretty big. i took my 46s and 'fastened' the velcro with a very minimal ~1/2 inch overlap. measuring the inside circumference, 1/2 inch down from the top of the boot, i get 19 inches around. guessing that, for hard bombing around, 1/2 inch velcro overlap wouldn't be enough - they would likely come unfastened. so doing the same experiment with all of the hook velcro on the outside flap attached to loop velcro on the boot (in other words, the most contact you can get with the largest opening) i get an inside circumference of 17 3/4 inches.

ok ... probably overworked this but hope this helps. i love these boots. they do make shifting a little tough. i've adjusted my shift lever up a bit to allow for up-shifting. as a result, down-shifting requires a 'stomp'. and if i ride with road boots, i almost have to pop my foot up to shift. but i've taken some pretty good diggers with these boots and they really saved me. i've also caught my foot on rocks etc. during sliding turns and i know these have saved me from broken toes and twisted ankles.

cheers.
Nov 14, 2013
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Charles H: I am 72 inches tall and weigh 230 lbs. I normally wear a size 11 shoe and have fairly large calves. These boots fit me perfectly, they are size 46. Very comfortable on the bike (Honda ST1300), but I would not recommend them for walking around for any great distance. The boots are not hot in the Atlanta summer heat and are surprizingly warm in winter. Not a drop of water gets to my feet even in a downpour. If you can not tell I am extremely happy with these boots and with the service and support I got/get from Revzilla. These are great boots and worth every penny I paid for them.
Chuck
Nov 14, 2013
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David G: Hi. I wear 10.5 wide tennis shoe. I ordered a size 45 in this boot and they fit perfect. For me there is plenty of adjustment in the calf and ankle. I have not had a ton of boots but this pair is without a doubt the best pair I have ever had. I had a small mishap where my BMW 1200 fell and one of the pistons ended up on my foot. So the whole weight of the bike is on the boot. A friend got the bike up and I walked away without a problem. The ankle was a little sore for a couple days but nothing else. Anyway I think they are great boots. Best of luck. Nov 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: I am in decision between this boot and the TCX X-Desert Gore-Tex. I ADV ride 70/30% on/off road so either of these two boots seems to be a good fit for my riding style. So the question really rides on boot fit to my foot. I wear a 10EE in work boots and my arch is stable and fairly high. My RT foot is 280mm long and my LT foot is 285mm long and both feet are 110mm wide at the ball of the foot. Can you offer advise to which boot is going to give me a better fit and at what size in each would I need to order. 44 45????

thank you,
Marc
Sep 25, 2013
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David S: I hope this helps you decide. The Sidi Adventure Goretex is absolutely awesome. I purchased these boots for a two week adventure in August. We rode through 100 degrees, snow in the mountains and full days of rain. My feedback would be that they are warm in 100 degree temps but what boots wouldn't be?

I am a true 8.5 US size and I purchased both a 41 and 42 to get the size right. I went with the 41 and was a bit snug at first but it stretches and breaks in nicely. The 42 felt good but a little long and it would have been too sloppy after breaking in. All day (12 hours) comfort with the 41 size. 1-2 day break in and good to go. I would purchase another pair in the same size.
Sep 26, 2013
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Perry O: Marc,
I bought the SIDI boots and have been very pleased with them. I wear a size 45 in a normal dress shoe and that is the size I purchased. I ride a KTM 990 and I'm 6'4" 210 lbs. These boots fit me perfect, I have a wider foot and the arch support and width are excellent. Our riding styles are similar so I can tell you the boot has done well for me.

If in doubt, I'd recommend trying on a comfortable pair of shoes ( I wear Ecco shoes which are typically a wider fit). And sizing from there.

The only drawback on these boots is they do seem to squeak when you walk in them, but I have yet to address this with silicon spray.

Good luck, and spend the money... you won't be disappointed.
Sep 26, 2013
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Clayton L: I have almost the exact same size foot and purchased a 45 in the SIDI Adventure Gore-Tex about two years ago. I ride on and off road and these boots are the perfect fit for me. Well worth the price and the ankle hindge is the best I've ever seen to prevent rolling and probably breaking your ankle in those moments when you really have to put a foot down. They needed a little oil when I first got them to stop a squeak but after that I've never had an issue. Sep 26, 2013
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Donald W: Marc, I think you've got the right metrics--fit is important and often the tie breaker for me. I have these boots and believe they save me from a worse outcome this summer when I dumped my bike riding the ORBDR this summer Even though I broke my fibula, it could have been so much worse. Good boot, great comfort and performance, reasonable cost/benefit Good luck. Don Sep 26, 2013
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Brian E: I like these boots to fit a bit large. I normally wear a 9 to 9 1/2 and I bought these in 44 and am glad I did. If it were me, I would go with the larger boot. Sep 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: Just bought this boot, but documentation didn't address treating the leather. I'm inclined to treat the leather, if nothing else, to prevent staining (as the boot is already waterproof). Any suggestions on a spray or cream suitable for this boot? Or if I should be treating them at all? Mar 20, 2014
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james c: I do not know for sure, I read several reviews before my purchase and they all said not to as that may affect the gortex,

and some people find it cool for these boot to look dirity,

I clean mine with a wet rag and then stand them outside so as to dry.

my thoughts.

James
Mar 21, 2014
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Tim B: May have answers twice?? But anyhow, I with all of my boots, work, hiking, or motorcycleing when they get all scuffed up I go old School and polish then with a good color match polish and a bruush, works great. Mar 21, 2014
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Mark S: I used Mink oil to preserve breathability and STOP the squweaking. Works like a charm. Just a light coat twice a year. I got this tip off the ADV Rider forum. Mar 20, 2014
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Tim B: With my old boots I would just use old school polish and a brush to keep them looking nice when they got all scuffed up, works great.
Mar 21, 2014
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Kent S asked: I'm choosing between the Sidi Adventure GoreTex and the Alpinestars Toucan GTX. In the videos Anthony talks about the Alpinestar being very light weight, but doesn't mention the boot's weight in the Sidi video. Does anyone know how the weights compare? Also looking at the pictures the Sidi sole looks much thicker and stiffer than the Alpinestars, which would make the Sidi harder to walk in, harder to fit under the shift lever, and harder to feel the shifter and brake pedals. Pictures can be deceiving so does anyone know how they compare?

I have some older Sidi Crossfires and love them but now want a dual sport boot. The Adventure GoreTex looks like a bigger beefier boot than my Crossfires. My Crossfire weighs over 4 lbs per boot.
Dec 21, 2013
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Matt F: Sorry, I have no comparison information. My SIDI Adventure Gore-Tex in size 46 are 3.6 pounds each. The sole is similar to Vibram sole pattern. I find this boot very comfortable both on and off the bike. I've worn them in a number of extended off pavement treks up and down hills and they were very competent and comfortable.

They do isolate feel much more than my SIDI Vertigo for shifting and braking but isn't a lasting feeling.

Sorry, can't compare to other brands but I wouldn't change what I have.
Dec 21, 2013
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Randy S: I purchased my Sidi Adventure Gore-Tex boots for a trip to Alaska from Southern California. I have to say that, despite the heavy looking sole and the overall weight, these boots were very comfortable to walk in and had good flexibility. There is a compromise with these boots. They are confidence inspiring if one were to have a get off but are not as precise when shifting or braking. They are great when standing on the pegs during off road riding so It was clear to me that their purpose was for the adventure rider who is doing a fair amount of off road riding.

These boots were 100 percent waterproof but did have good breathability. They were warm enough in cold weather but not too bad when the weather was warmer.

I hope my experience helps other riders to make the right decision.
Dec 21, 2013
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Tahi B: My first time wearing these boots was on a 2,000 mile ride in Alaska from anchorage to Dead Horse/ Prudhoe Bay and back to Anchorage.

Lots of rain, some snow, lots of mud and a little bit of highway.
These boots were comfortable and I felt well protected. Feet kept dry and warm even riding in temps below 20 degrees (crossing the Atigun pass)

I usually wear full motocross boots when adventure riding in the desert.These boots are much lighter. The Adventure Gore-tex boots are like wearing a good work boot. My feet and legs feel well protected in these boots. Way more comfortable than motocross boots. They are spendy, but to me they are worth it.
Dec 23, 2013
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Perry O: The SIDI Adventure Gore Tex boots have been awesome for me. I've had them six months now and could not be happier. I ride 35/65 off/on road (KTM 990 and 690 enduro R), and wet or dry, hot or cold outside, these boots have been comfortable to both ride and walk in. No problems shifting (standing or sitting on the machine). I'd consider them fairly lightweight in comparison to other boots I have had in the past. I highly recommend them. Sizing is consistent with what a quality dress shoe would be for your foot. I wear 45 in ecco shoes and the SIDI boots size 45 fit me perfectly.

Hope this helps!
Dec 23, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hi, i may have asked this question before but it disappeared. Apologies if this is a repeat.

I am wondering how much adjustment there is in the calf/ankle. I have a large calf and was wondering how wide the 46 goes?
Nov 14, 2013
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Steven P: I wear a size 43 and have what I assume to be average ankles and thin calves. For ankle adjustment, I am about halfway on the cam strap. The cam strap has about 3.5 inches of adjustment, so I could go 1.75 inches more on the ankle.

For the calf, I cinch it down pretty tight. I measured the widest point at which the velcro would still hold and about 2 inches from the top of the boot and it came out to 16.5 inches.

Hope this helps.

BTW, they are fantastic boots. Squeakier than hell, but just put some leather conditioner on the squeaky parts and you'll be good for 6+ months of ninja-like stealth.
Nov 14, 2013
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James C: I measured my size 46s in the calf area. I would say if your calves have a circumference of 19 inches or larger, it's gonna be a tight squeeze. My calves are 16 and a half and the boots fit great. I wore the boots recently on a 2500 mile rain soaked trip and they were without a doubt, the best performing piece of equipment I had. LOVE THEM. Nov 14, 2013
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Jerry Y: My riding buddy wears size 46 and has very large calves. He loves his boots and had no problem with adequate adjustment. Hope this helps. Nov 14, 2013
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stephen d: as much as you need. my calf is very large and i have no problem Nov 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: I need a 4E Wide boot that is comfortable, will these fit too narrow to work? What do you suggest in a strickly road/touring boot that are comfortable on and off my Can-AM Spyder that can go under my pants and not look like I just got back from a racetrack? Aug 5, 2011
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Chris K: These Adventure Rain boots run like the Mega (wide) line for SIDI. They are wider than most SIDI boots, but still not super-wide for a boot in general. I would recommend the TCX brand as a better solution since they run quite wide in the foot-bed. Something like the TCX Infinity GTX boots would work quite well without being too flashy. Aug 6, 2011
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Brandon07CBR: Yes these boots will most likely fit to narrow. I am not sure which brand boots fit wider so the best advice i could give is find a local shop with a bunch of boots to try on Aug 14, 2011
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RyanMotonation: Sidi boots are built on a standard D width. Sidi does make EE width boots, but only in the Way Mega and Vertigo Gore-tex Mega versions. (mega meaning EE width) Nov 18, 2011
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Flyknot: The fit under the pants well, I wear them work everyday, they don't look strange - just like black hiking boots. I do put on shoes when I get to work, but on the days when i've forgotten my shoes, I can walk all day in them no problem. In reference to the width question, I can't say; but I have only a slightly wide foot, and they're not tight on me. Dec 5, 2011
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A shopper asked: Can these boots be resoled, as I typically wear out treads in a year? Jun 9, 2011
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William L: slight clarification from posterboy's answer ... the stitching you see on the boots is for the midsole and that would stay 'connected' if you resole. the outsole is glued like most standard boots and, as robert n says, can be peeled off and replaced with a vibram or any other sole in fact (as long as it isn't a 'bolt on' sole that some boots are using). Nov 14, 2013
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Robert N: It doesn't matter, it is clearly a standard boot sole, you can see it in the pictures. You can resole htem. Sep 1, 2013
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posterboy: Yes, they're sewn on. Just find a local shoesmith to replace your soles. Its just that easy!!! Jul 12, 2011
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Stevan P: Unfortunately Sidi does not sell a replacement sole for the Adventure Gore-Tex Boots. Jun 23, 2011
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A shopper asked: I wear a size 14 dress shoe. I have several pairs of Ecco's that are size 48 that fit perfect. Does anyone know if a Sidi 48 is comparable to an Ecco 48? Thanks. Mar 22, 2014
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David G: I can not answer your question directly. However, I can say that I wear a 10 1/2 tennis shoe and I purchased a size 11 in the Sidi boots and they were a perfect fit. I might add they are also a great boot. I accidentally laid my BMW 1200 on the ground and my left foot was under the left valve cover. So the weight of the bike was on my left boot. A buddy lifted the bike off of me and I got up and my left foot was fine. In fact, I hopped on the bike a went for a ride with no problem. Good boots. Mar 22, 2014
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Greg S: I wear ecco size 46 dress shoe, and my Sidi adventure rains are 48 and fit great. running shoes are 46.5euro. Sidi is a great brand and you will love the boots. Mar 22, 2014
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A S: thanks. just what I needed. seems that Ecco has there own sizing. I normally wear a 49 or 50 Euro. Looks like I need that for Sidi as well. Shame as this is the boot I really want. Mar 23, 2014
Charles H: I usually wear a size 11 and I ordered the boots in size 46 (11.5) and they fit perfectly. Very happy with the boots. Mar 22, 2014
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A shopper asked: Sidi make this boot through size 50. Why are 49 and 50 not listed? Dec 12, 2012
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RyanMotonation: Size15shox!

I work for the US distributor of Sidi. There are a lot of sizes, models, and colors that Sidi can produce that we do not bring into N. America. The main reason the Gore-tex version of this boot does not get produced for the US is cost vs. units sold. Sidi brought into the country is made by production, not so much already produced and ordered out of a warehouse. If you purchase a Sidi boot today, it is safe to say that it was most likely in the hands of an Italian boot maker in Sidi's factory less than 6 months ago.

The Euro sizes of 49 and 50 are available in the Adventure Rain.

And I feel your pain man, I wear a shoe size 14, sometimes 15.
Jan 14, 2013
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RevZilla: The SIDI Adventure Gore-Tex Boots are not available in the US market in sizes 49 or 50. However, the Sidi Adventure Rain Boots are available in the larger sizes. Dec 12, 2012
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A shopper asked: I want to ensure that the boots will still be waterproof if re-soled. I have only had my adventure goretex boots for three months and the soles show considerable wear. It won't last more than one year and I never scuff or drag my feet. Nov 17, 2011
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RyanMotonation: this is Ryan from Motonation, the US distributors of Sidi. The place you are going to want to go is linked below. If you visit the site you will notice this guy specializes in resoling off road type boots. He does all of our warranty sole repair and the only guy that Motonation stands behind his work. You will also notice on the site, no matter the boot, he only uses Sidi soles.

http://www.factoryresole.com/

as for the warranty, I am not 100% sure. But I will ask. All Sidi boots are covered by a 2 year warranty by Motonation. The lifetime warranty by gore-tex though is not something I am completely familiar with...well the details at least. They are pretty pecular and strict in the rules on their warranty as well as the production. Gore-tex Sidi boots must be built with leather approved by gore-tex vs. the Rain models which are constructed of Lorica.

The construction and design of the boots must be approved by gore-tex as well, so I am sure the stitching of the soles plays into that some how. I dont know if this would be the case, but I have also seen resole jobs where the mold a new sole onto the stitched sole instead of unstitching the boot and restitching a new sole back on. If that was the case, I would see no reason why they would not be covered under the lifetime warranty after the repair since the construction actually wasnt compromised at all.

I will find the answer and get back to you as soon as I know.

http://www.factoryresole.com/

Ryan
Nov 18, 2011
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MMasz: I've had several pairs of boots re-soled through the years. Any reputable shoe repair shop can perform this task and ensure they will remain waterproof. THey can also offer different compounds of sole material that might hold up better than what you have. However, more durable the sole materials usually have less grip. Nov 18, 2011
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A S asked: I love the Adventure Gore Tex boots but do you think we can add a "toe plate" without voiding the warranty? Thanks Jan 27, 2014
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James R. G: I love the boots. The only downside is that the leather squeaks when walking and while they are comfortable and warm enough, I haven't spend hours walking in them.
I think the answer to the question would have to be answered by the Sidi dealer.
Jan 29, 2014
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Mens and Womens Footwear

Footwear Conversion
EURO US MensUS Womens
36
3-3.54.5-5
374-4.55.5-6
38
5-5.56.5-7
39
5.5-67-7.5
40
6.5-78-8.5
41
7-7.58.5-9
42
8-8.59.5-10
43
9-9.510.5-11
44
9.5-1011-11.5
45
10.5-1112-12.5
46
11-11.512.5-13
47
12-12.5 
48
13-13.5 
4914 

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

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Black / 7/40 751338 SIT-ADG-BKBK-40 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 7.5/41 751339 SIT-ADG-BKBK-41 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 8.5/42 751340 SIT-ADG-BKBK-42 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 9.5/43 751341 SIT-ADG-BKBK-43 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 10/44 751342 SIT-ADG-BKBK-44 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 11/45 751343 SIT-ADG-BKBK-45 Out of Stock
Black / 11.5/46 751344 SIT-ADG-BKBK-46 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 12.5/47 751345 SIT-ADG-BKBK-47 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 13/48 751346 SIT-ADG-BKBK-48 Available: Requires 2-4 business days processing time prior to shipment.
Black / 6/39 887415 SIT-ADG-BKBK-39 Out of Stock