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  • Vertebra System protects the rider’s Achilles tendon
  • Replaceable thermoplastic resin ankle ball protection cup
  • Bolt on replaceable, adjustable and aerodynamic nylon scuff pads on the toe
  • Composite inner sole
  • Removable arch support
  • Lorica outer construction
  • Closeable air vent
  • Double stitched in all high stress areas
  • All bolt on parts are replaceable
  • Full length zip open entry
  • Dual compound sole
  • DuPont polymer toe shift pad
  • Perforated Teflon treated nylon lining
  • Shock absorbing heel cup

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EURO  US Mens US Womens
36 3-3.5 4.5-5
37 4-4.5 5.5-6
38 5-5.5 6.5-7
39 5.5-6 7-7.5
40 6.5-7 8-8.5
41 7-7.5 8.5-9
42 8-8.5 9.5-10
43 9-9.5 10.5-11
44 9.5-10 11-11.5
45 10.5-11 12-12.5
46 11-11.5 12.5-13
47 12-12.5
48 13-13.5
49 14
50 15

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SIDI Apex Boots 4.7 5 49 49
Sweet Street Boots These boots are a great choice for those wanting some upgraded protection from a tennis shoe and not wanting the hassle of strapping on a full-on race boot when you want run out the bike for a gallon of milk. I'd say these are excellent 3-season boots for moderate climates like Phoenix where you can wear them from April-November no problem without feeling the cold too much. These boots fit fairly true to size as I wear a 10.5-11 street shoe and went with a size 45. These do not come with insoles so I slipped in a basic Vasque insole. They still fit fine (albeit snug) but I could walk around all day at a bike show if I wanted to without problems. I have worn them for about 200 miles now and at work for 3-4 hours at a time. I tried on the Dianese and A-Stars but these boots stood out with looks and quality even if they are a bit more then the equivalent A-Stars model. These boots are high quality as are most SIDI products, good fit, and they look awesome. These boots are fairly low cut and do let the wind in around the ankle below my Aerostitch suit so if you want a winter boot go with a full-length cut boot. November 3, 2015
Excellent lower cut boot I have owned numerous SIDI motorcycle boots and default to them as my choice for footwear. I currently ride with a SIDI Vertigo boot, the Apex is essentially the same boot but in a lower cut. Their fit is true to size; I wear a 11.5 shoe and have found SIDI boots in an 11.5 / 45 to fit perfectly. They look awesome, offer great protection, and feel comfortable. August 4, 2015
awesome Really like these boots. Easy to get on and great protection. Only thing is got to break them in and wish they had another vent. July 20, 2015
Good buy I was looking at several short boot types for everyday use. After much consideration I went with this boot. I think it's the best fit if you want a boot that suits everyday use. It has a vent that you can close when you want so this fits both summer and winter months. The finish on the product was amazing. No photo can do justice. All and all amazing product June 8, 2015
It is what they say it is. Great comfort and style. Breathes well. Suprisingly stiff. Would purchase again. February 27, 2015
Feels strong and safe, but not flexible. I've gone out on a three hour ride with these boots and this was my experience: It's hard to describe but the ankle flexibility just feels limited. It's like my ankle moves inside the boot and the boot itself doesn't respond. I missed a gear when I was accelerating and couldn't tell from the feel of it. The size is large. I'm a 10.5 street shoe and went with the 11. Definitely too big. I will say that my foot feels extremely protected for a short boot. Perhaps all of this would be solved if I sized down to a 10, but the stiffness really did get to me. February 26, 2015
Great boots! I chose these Sidi Apex boots because I was looking for boots that would provide good protection for street riding, would feel comfortable and look good. I'm completely satisfied with them! They are exceptionally comfortable while I'm riding, and also very comfortable when walking short distances. And they look great -- stylish, but not overstated. Also, they look like they would provide good protection if needed. The fit seems slightly on the small side. However, when I tried going up one size the boot was way too big, so I ended up sticking with the size that I usually wear. One minor criticism is that the insole is glued in. I needed to remove the insoles so that I could put my custom orthotics in the boots. This was difficult to do because Sidi used very strong glue. Fortunately only in a few places (i.e., not applied to the entire underside of the insole), so I was eventually able to remove them to make room for my orthotics. But this will not affect most people and in any case I'm not going to deduct a star for such a minor inconvenience when I'm so impressed with the boots overall. January 19, 2015
Good commuter motorcycyle boots! These boots fit perfectly on me. You're sacrificing shin protection for something that is a bit more comfortable then a full blown motorcycle boot, but the rest of the protective features are there. The only thing I can really complain about is the opening of the boot; it's a bit too wide. I figure that the intent is for scrunching up the lower part of your pants and placing them inside the boot. This would be to avoid your pants getting stuck on something. It's nothing major to complain about but I would have liked them to have some kind of strap to close the opening a bit in the event I am not using it. December 30, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
CARL C: reputation, but they were a let-down. returned, and am trying the SMX 3's Nov 3, 2015
Al M.: The SIDI Apex Boots are well designed, fit perfect and look great! I use them for my daily commute and I appreciate the comfort and performance for my style of city/highway driving. Aug 11, 2015
Girish S: I was specifically looking for a daily commute short riding boot. Looks, price, reviews of the SIDI Apex made me buy this boot. Jul 29, 2015
Richard W: I currently own the Velocity Boots and am very satisfied with the quality, fit, and protection offered. Jul 27, 2015
John S: based on reviews and protection and looks Jul 13, 2015
John M: I already use Sidi for mountain and road cycling, plus have their Adventure Rain boots for winter. Stuff Rocks!

Sorry I made three separate purchases! I just kept finding stuff I'd forgotten you have in one place! Duh!!

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Jul 6, 2015
minh t: had the streetburner for a while and a liked it but it is worn out - time for a new one - this also has a high ankle coverage for better stability and protection Jun 23, 2015
K I: i have the Vertigo boot. very happy with it but wanted to have a shorter version for certain situations Jun 8, 2015
Miguel D: Great protection and comfortable fit May 18, 2015
Andrew H: Working in an OR providing anesthesia all day, I know how complicated the foot and ankle are, and my last pair of Sidi boots lasted nigh 10 years with superb protection - so when it was time to replace them, I bought these and the Adventure Rain boots. They're both awesome. I use these less often though. I like the increased protection of the higher shin guard on my other boots. These may end up on craigslist, not because they're not awesome, but because they're slightly less awesome. May 5, 2015
isaac e: mini vertigos! Apr 13, 2015
anthony s: slowly trying to have more protection when I ride Apr 11, 2015
Justin S: look sharp and give you that extra protection for everyday riding Feb 25, 2015
Michael C: Didn't want a full boot, and you can't beat Sidi for style and quality Dec 4, 2014
Laurence A D: Have the Vortice for the track and thought I'd give this boot a try. I usually where a full boot one the street was time for a new pair so I'm trying a lower cut Oct 28, 2014
Mark G: They have replaceable toe sliders and decent protection without too much swoopy styling, although it still has way too much styling and logos, etc. Sep 30, 2014
Joe G: My Daughter wanted them for her Birthday. Sep 2, 2014
Tim H: Quality of SIDI, price, low cut style Aug 21, 2014
Nicholaus H: The reviews were good and this shoe will fit as a good daily commuter and weekend riding boot I feel from the description. I have been using Sidi cycling shoes exclusively and expect their Moto boots to be of equal quality. If these work well I may plan on buying a fuller coverage boot like the Sidi Canyon. Aug 13, 2014
Christopher A: I am a new rider, getting my first set of gear together. A guy at work has pointed me in the right direction on choosing the proper gear for comfort and protection. I look forward to getting these boots added to my collection of gear! Cant wait to get on the road as a rider with the rest of the biker community! Aug 7, 2014
Ryan W: Good reviews, didn't want to sacrifice function for looks Aug 4, 2014
Mike M: Looking for a lower boot that offers good protection, without going into a full racing boot. Jul 28, 2014
Ken A: to see if the higher boot is more secure feeling than the Dianese CB 2 shoe. Not sure about the zipper fit or the fact that a 47 is a 12.5 instead of 13. We will see Jul 8, 2014
Dave S: "These boots were made for walking"...and ridin'. Nancy Sinatra had it going on, back in the day. Google it. You'll see. Jun 19, 2014
FRANCK B: I have other SIDI boots. They are just above many other brands.
Very good quality and design.
Jun 9, 2014
Donald S: Looks cool Jun 8, 2014
Elbridge J: Needed boots lol Jun 4, 2014
Ryan D: After looking at 50+ boots I was torn between these and the Spidi XP3. I decided on these because I'm new to riding, was not totally sold on full on racing boot, and these seemed to have the most potential comfort off the bike while offering great protection. May 20, 2014
Paul B: I wanted the best protection in a low summer riding boot. May 8, 2014
Mal P: I like the style May 6, 2014
Ricardo C: safety, design, quality May 4, 2014
Wise C: I need a good riding boot for my MSF course and for daily riding, these were the best option for me in that price range. I have worn them for a total of about 72 hours and they feel great, they are comfortable enough to wear all day. Apr 2, 2014
Michael Q S: Looking for a comfortable street riding boot, and already have SIDI ST Air Boots which fit like a glove. Easy decision! Mar 31, 2014
Dane B: Quality, comfort, and protection! I do not race or go to the track, so thats why I chose the shorter boots. Mar 28, 2014
joshua h: Next best thing to a full on boot Mar 16, 2014
Derrick D: Wanted a boot that I could track and commute. Feb 2, 2014
H.L. Lorenzo I: Looks, performance, quality, and daily commute quick on/off convenience. Jan 16, 2014
Luis B: Quality!. I have experience with Sidi line. I know that once you buy a Sidi Shoe for sure it will last more than 5 yrs even more than 10 to some careful friends. Its expensive but it pays off with comfort and quality. Dec 18, 2013
jr m: best boots ever!!! Oct 2, 2013
GREG B: Amazing Boots. Wear them every day on my commute to work. They feel great and feel like they will protect me in an accident. Buy these boots! Aug 19, 2013
Christopher P: RevZilla review, customer reviews, reputable company, and they just look awesome! Aug 19, 2013
Richard H: Protection Aug 18, 2013
A shopper asked: Are the Sidi Apex boots cut small or a bit bigger? I wear either an 11 for smaller cut shoes/boots or an 11.5 if the cut is bigger. Feb 9, 2013
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Michael T: They are cut pretty true... I mostly wear a size 12 but occassionally I need a 13 and I ordered the 12.5/47 and the fit was spot on. The 11.5/46 should be perfect for you. Apr 22, 2013
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mondrian8: Let me answer this way: I'm 9.5 and in the SIDI Apex I got a 44 and that fit correctly. For a size 11 I would start with a 46. Feb 15, 2013
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steven b asked: hi im coming from the speed and strenght momment of truth shoes and mines have adjustability across the top for when the leather/shoe stretches so the shoe never becomes loose. it seems like theese boot do not have any adustability do you feel that theese boots will stretch too much with everyday use due to lack of adjustability to keep them snug ? Nov 4, 2014
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Andy K: Steven, not worn these a tremendous amount, but I would say in common with most European brands the width tends towards narrow. Also these are made of a synthetic material rather than leather so in theory they shouldn't stretch as much. Sorry to be a bit vague but Sidi is a quality brand and these are great boots so I don't think you'll be dissapointed. Nov 4, 2014
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Miguel D: Hi Steven, these are my first pair of riding shoes and I have to say that I'm very
Happy with them. I always have to break shoes in before I'm comfortable in them, not the case with these shoes. Mine are holding up well I'm not noticing any problems with the shoes stretching. I highly recommend them, hope this helps you .
Nov 23, 2014
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Rocky T: These boots are very sturdy and don't have room for adjustability. The 1st few times walking in them they felt like I was walking on stilts, but that went away after breaking them in. I always get compliments with these on as well. Definitely a buy you won't regret! Nov 5, 2014
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Devin E: I've had mine for a while now and they fit the same as when I got them. Although they are a little loose at the top. All the Velcro piece does is cover the zipper top. Nov 4, 2014
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Jesse B: They have no adjustability, and do not stretch. I've had mine for 3 years now and they fit me the exact same as the day I got them. Nov 4, 2014
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Jonathan V: I don't feel that they will bece loose they are pretty snug and comfortable but do take some time to break in Nov 4, 2014
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Rocky T: These boots are firm and don't have much took for adjustability. They are comfort Nov 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi everyone, I want to know, can you wear jeans inside this sidi apex boots? Please answer my question, I really appreciate every answer. Thank you. Oct 20, 2013
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Eddie J C: Not really, they are ment to go under your pants. I would get the sidi st or st air if you want to wear your boots over your jeans. The apex is more of a riding shoe than a boot. Oct 20, 2013
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James M: I wear zip up leather pants tucked inside. They are pretty short boots so pants tend to creep out of the top when riding. I believe I would rather wear jeans on the outside. These are great boots! Very comfortable and well made. Oct 22, 2013
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Ted B: I don't think the jeans would stay in. I always wear the jeans outside the boot. OBTW the boots are comfortable and function is great.
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Oct 20, 2013
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Steven W: Yes you can. They would be a little tight but as long as your calves aren't abnormally large you shouldn't have a problem. Oct 20, 2013
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ROBERTO S: I had them for a few months and very happy with ti.
I don't think you can wear jeans inside the boots
Oct 21, 2013
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Tri N: There's not a lot of room for pants. I would say no. Oct 20, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hey! Love your reviews. Question: Sidi Apex or Streetburner?? I'm a noobie, will be commuting to work, walking around, and I obviously want protection. Pros/cons of each?
Sep 26, 2013
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Josh C: I started off with the Sidi Apex and I wasn't satisfied with their ankle support. They will protect your ankle from abrasion and light impact but not twisting or bending. If ankle support isn't a priority I would recommend the Apex boots, they are comfortable. They don't breathe very well off the bike so if you have sweaty feet that might be an issue.

If you do want more ankle support, full size boots are just as comfortable and you can conceal them under jeans with relative ease. I wear my sidi st boots under jeans all the time without issue.
Sep 27, 2013
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greg b: These boots are great. Comfort and fit were very important in the selection of these boots. I can say that I would purchase another pair and enjoy them when on my sport and touring bikes. The sizing matched my regular shoe size and Revzilla is a great place to make purchases. Sep 26, 2013
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JASON B: I can't comment on the streetburner. I really love my Apex. They are extremely comfortable and easy to get on and off. Sep 27, 2013
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Tony S: I like them both for fit, style, and protection. If I had to choose, get the street burners Sep 26, 2013
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Richard H: excellent protection and look good but they are not made for walking Sep 27, 2013
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Amit P asked: Are these waterproof? Sep 17, 2013
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Michael S: No. They are water resistant, so your feet will stay fairly dry if you ride in the rain, but if you submerge your foot in water this boot will leak. Sep 17, 2013
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ROBERTO S: Yes they are Sep 17, 2013
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David S: I live in Southern California so not too many wet days. However, I have ridden in a downpour with these along with several "damp" foggy days a week on my daily commute. I have never had a problem with wet feet. There is a vent on the outside of each boot that I make sure is closed before heading out on those foggy mornings. Depending on the weather where you are at, these might be the right boot for you. On an unrelated note, best boots I have owned for daily riding. Snug, comfy, and a level of protection not found with others in its class. Sep 17, 2013
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Michael T: They are not waterproof per se, but I have found them to be good when I get caught in the rain. If you ride in the rain for long enough then water will get in through the side vents and there is no gaiter behind the zipper (although the zipper is on the inside of the foot so is less exposed to the rain).

So in short, I would not wear these boots on any trip where I was expecting significant rain but if you get caught they hold up quite well.
Apr 17, 2014
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Robert B: I have rode in light rain without problems. But I think it you were planning on riding in the rain they would not keep your feet dry. They are well vented so you I will get water in the vents. The zipper does not seem to be water tight either. I will say they are great boots. I have worn them about 8k miles. Many time for 5 to 6 hours and I love them. Sep 18, 2013
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A shopper asked: my U.S shoe size is closer to 10.5, a size 10 is on the tight side. with that being said would a size 44 or 45 be better? Mar 4, 2014
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Jon M: They are great shoes. They're very stiff so there isn't any give. If you think you are between sizes, I would recommend a half size larger and then dropping in a cushioned insole. Mar 4, 2014
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NOAH D: I also wear size 10.5 and I went with a 45. I replaced the insole with Sof Soles which are thicker and made them fit perfectly. Mar 4, 2014
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Ted B: I wear a 10.5US and got the 45, which fits very nicely. I am very pleased with the SIDI Apex. Mar 23, 2014
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Imad N: I'm the same a 10.5 so went a 45 and it fits well. no movement issues but not over tight. Mar 23, 2014
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A shopper asked: Are these slip resistant? Dec 19, 2011
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lawndart653: Depends on what your walking in, I walked through water and no problem. But I work on helicopters and I was walking through our hanger to the exit and slid on a very small spot of oil, that being said thats not really were your going to wear them Mar 12, 2012
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Michael T: I find them just okay for slip resistance. I have almost dumped a couple times coming to a stop on a wet painted line but those can be really slippery regardless sometimes.

They are not as slip resistant as my TCX X-Five's
Apr 17, 2014
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Tawagny: yes they are slip resistant but not as resistant as they should be , but still they have a good grip on most surfaces Apr 23, 2012
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foobar: Yes. The bottom of these boots do have anti-slip properties. Having said that, not going to prevent all slips. Dec 22, 2011
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Datleen V asked: Hi Everyone... Question will these boots add alil height to the rider I am rather short and just need alil bit of extra height but cant really afford the Dayton boots? Or if you know of any boots that will give alil height thats not going to break my pockets? Jan 1, 2015
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Alan N: Great boots but you will get no height out of them. They are comfortable to walk in though. Jan 1, 2015
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Jesse B: They have a heel, but soles are thin. Jan 1, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hi, I'm looking at SIDI Apex Boots. I wonder if I could get size 40? Jul 16, 2014
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steven b: seems like 41 is the smallest size... Nov 4, 2014
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Martin G: If the size is available. Aug 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: Wanted to get some short boots and knee/shin guards for trail riding. I am totally new but i really don't like not having articulation of my foot and ankle and would prefer to not ride in mx boots seeing as I live in NYC and spend most of my time on the street.I would have to ride quite a bit on the road to even get to any trails. How high up on the ankle do these cover? I am worried about having too much space between the shin guard and the top of the boot. Jul 6, 2015
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Ryan S: I have the 11.5 US size and from the insole at the heal to the top of the boot its 6.75" at the back and 7.75" at the to the top of the boot. Hope this helps Jul 19, 2015
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sourjya g asked: Are these CE rated ? Like the Dianese C2Bs. Which would of the 2 would be better for daily city rides to work ? Obscurity is welcome but safety first. Feb 15, 2015
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ATIF I: CE rating or not.. these were very uncomfortable on my feet. Im not a heavy person and dont have this problem with other shoes. They are very hard inside and i had pressure points on my foot that would get blisters if i used them long.. I guess you get what you pay for. I ended up getting engineer boits with round front and they were much more comfortable while giving me a hard shoe and ankle protection. Feb 15, 2015
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A shopper asked: Are these CE rated ? Like the Dianese C2B is. Feb 15, 2015
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Samuel P: There is nothing on the Sidi website stating they are CE rated. I would have to believe that is nothing they would leave off in the specs if it was CE rated. You can try emailing Sidi. Mar 2, 2015
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Andrew H asked: I bought the Alpinestars SMX 6 vented boot and found that I am a 9..5 in the shoe. Should I get the same size in SIDI or should I get a 45 like the recommendation? I normally wear a 10.5 tennis shoe. Dec 1, 2014
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Samir P: I wear 11.5 to 12 depending on manufacturer. I got a 46 in this shoe and the fit is good. Dec 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: Do this work as an "in boot" with the dainese leather pants? Jul 3, 2014
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Martin G: They are quite low. I would think your pants would pull/rise out of them as soon as you sat on the bike seat. Aug 26, 2014
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Martin G asked: I have an adventure bike, but ride 90% on the street where I tend to stand up on the pegs fairly often for maybe 5-10 mins at a stretch. I am looking for a boot with stiffer soles. Might these boots have stiff soles? Anywhere even close to my Sidi Crossfires? My current Sidi touring boots do not. Apr 9, 2014
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Steven W: I thought they were pretty stiff. I can't walk normal in them so I'd say, yeah, they're pretty stiff. May 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: Are they waterproof? Nov 27, 2015
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