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The newest evolution of SIDI's offroad boot the Crossfire 2 features a new adjustable system of the area between the protective calf-exaust and the front of the boot to allow a rider with a wider calf to be very comfortable.
Dual Flex System:
The hinged, dual position, stitch-free upper is constructed from injection-molded plastic. With the exclusive Dual Flex system and the four floating independent straps the Crossfire can provide each rider with a personal fit no matter of body shape or use with knee braces or not.
Adjustable Calf System:
Sidi's exclusive, patented, adjustable calf system allows the rider to adjust the diameter of the Crossfire boot at the calf. This system, along with longer upper straps, allows the Crossfire boot to accommodate riders with larger calves much easier than the previous Crossfire. The Crossfire can accommodate riders with up to a 22-inch calf diameter 14 inches above from the bottom of their heel. The inner plastic plate is made of two different materials; a rigid one to support the boot and a heat resistant one to protect the rider's leg from exhaust heat. All components of this system are fully replaceable and are available in a wide variety of colors for the option of customizing the boot to your taste.
Three extended ribs are featured at the back of the boot to assist the rider in making upshifts with his heel when starting a race. Rigid, shock resistant, anatomically shaped heel for maximum protection.
Sidi boots do not incorporate inner booties into their design, and for good reason. Booties make the design larger and cumbersome, add to the boot's thickness, which interferes with shifting, plus the inner booties retain body heat affecting the rider's performance and comfort.
The cam-lock buckle system incorporates a strap memory retention system.
Adjust the straps once and they will be at the same position for every ride after that! No more readjusting for every ride or mid-day during a ride.
The tip of the toe on the Crossfire and Charger boots are covered with plastic to protect the base material and seems against abrasion from brush etc. Plastic shift and brake lever guards on the top of each foot area.
Lined with air Teflon mesh and Cambrelle
Upper in leather and Microfibre material
Replaceable shin plate
Micro and replaceable Adjustable buckles
Dual Flex System
Adjustable Calf System
Replaceable Metatarsus Inserts
Thermoplastic defender on the toe area
Anatomically shaped heel
Assembled and replaceable boot leg, it is stitch-free
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Bruno H: leg and knee safety is very important to meJun 26, 2015
Alan h: No One Beats Sidi for Protection and ComfortJun 2, 2015
Gary H: I already had a pair of Sidi boots. They are toast so I am going to try these.
I'll give a review after I use them for a little while.
The old boots were the best I have had. Hence this purchase.May 15, 2015
doug n: Have on old pair of vertigos. Love them for 13 years. Want something close to that style but a grade upMay 5, 2015
John S: Protectionâ?¦friend busted up ankle last yearâ?¦not a pretty sightâ?¦these seem to be offer the best protection I can find for dual-sport riding.Apr 5, 2015
Douglas C: I needed replacement off-road boots for riding my KTM 500 EXC Dual-Sport bike. I've had great experience with Sidi boots in the past and decided to try them again. These have been excellent boots, easy to break-in and provide excellent feel.Feb 17, 2015
J F: Bought these for my husband for dirt bike riding. Need ultimate protection, with some comfort. The 2 TA designed buckles are easy to use.Jan 29, 2015
Brad B: I stepped up from the Disco's. Being on the less skilled side, I lost the big toe nails on both feet while putting my feet down in harder terrain. The Crossfire is closer to a full on motocross hard shell boot. It took a while to break in and get the buckles just right, but I love them and no more lost toe nails. Also have a much stiffer sole for landing jumps. the Disco's would flex a little too much and hurt my feet.Oct 29, 2014
TIM S: have been great. really comfo. good waterproof levelDec 18, 2013
David S: Original SIDI boots lasted forever, and I'm hoping for that again. Tried Alpine Star Tech 8 as a replacement and now back to SIDI. Tech 8 was way too bulky and no feel with the inner booty. SIDI is slim, good feel, great protection. SIDI buckles kill AS too (in my opinion). Way easier to deal with than AS.Oct 2, 2013
Trace B asked:I have a wide foot (E) and a high instep. I think the Crossfire 2 is wide enough but I haven't heard anybody mention the instep. Any thought's?
Adamo D:The instep, or the circumference around about mid foot, of these boots leaves plenty of room. I have a wide foot. they are a bit narrow mid-foot, but I didn't return them for any discomfort reasons, or return them at all. I still have and use mine. They are boots, stiff, all the usual issues, but I am still very pleased. As they wear, they get better of course.
Instep: plenty of vertical room, not as much horizontal, on my wide foot.Oct 6, 2014
Eric M:I have a flat wide foot and usually wear as size 11 in most shoes and a size 44 in cycling shoes. My foot is wide but maybe not quite wide enough for a EE shoe with. I was nervous about the width but the size 45/US11 fits perfectly. FYI I have heard that the TA is slightly wider than the SRS but I can't confirm that.Apr 18, 2015
I wear a straight-up Size 9 US. I'm right on the number. Do these run big enough to need the 42 (8.5) or small enough to go up to a 43 (9.5)?? I live in Florida so I never wear a thick sock. Not a width issue, only length.
Brad B:For me they are true to size with thin socks.
Great boots. Once they break in they're quite comfy. Squeaky articulation is easily remedied with some Si spray. I use them both on and off road and would buy them again.May 14, 2014
A shopper asked:How waterproof or water resistant is the Sidi crossfire 2 TA? ...I ride atv's in woods and trails ....I like the look of the crossfire more than their adventure Gore tex modelApr 3, 2015
Dennis O:The boots themselves are amazing as far as performance, comfort and protection. There decent when it comes to waterproof but of course not perfect. I wouldn't stand in a deep puddle for long but I ride enduro in the woods and they have been great so far. I only have about 5 rides on them so Ill know more this season.Apr 3, 2015
Brad B:I've had them for year now and have never had wet feet. I don't cross rivers but I do cross streams and ride in the mud. I don't know about water proof, but very water resistant. I use a power washer to rinse them after riding and no wet socks.Apr 5, 2015
Eric M:Very, very water resistant. My old Fox boots leaked like a sieve but I stood in a creek that was about 8-10 inches deep for a min or two the other day helping a friend get who had dropped his bike and my feet didn't get wet.Apr 18, 2015
Brad B:Less cost? Your question seems backwards to me. They are the same boot except for the soles. The TA has the traditional off road lugged sole and toe cap seen in the picture. The SRS allows you to change to different soles to suit what you are doing. True SX sole with no lugs, track (supermoto) I think has harder sole for sliding on asphalt. May be one other one too. I only ride off road so the lugged sole TA was my choice and it is cheaper. I don't have any complaints and I don't think the sole will wear out often enough to want the SRS. They can be resold by a boot cobbler too. The Crossfire in general is a great boot, stopped me from losing by big toe nails often from hard riding in Sidi Discovery's. Be careful of over tightening the ankle buckle, as it reduces ankle flexibility and makes it hard to actuate the break pedal and shifter.Feb 13, 2014
Brad B:None that I know. I thought the SRS didn't have a burly lug sole to screw on so I bought the TA but I was mistaken. I wouldn't use the road sole so not a big deal for me. When it comes time for replacement the SRS would have been a better choice however.Feb 13, 2014
Sandy D:Kitchen scale measurement + a certain amount of boot born Australian dust + foot sweat = 2.245kg for each boot, so allow for a little inaccuracy of process.
ie 2.245kg = 4.9494 lbs or 4lbs,15.1 ounces ea. for those in non metric/ SI countries.
I found them comfortable from new( I have a fairly wide foot), and pretty rugged. Boot easily survived at direct hit 80km encounter with tussuck hidden big rock on 6th day ride of ride in NZ south island alpine region. Very little wear from whole rocky trip with many falls, or direct impact..... Leg broke instead.
Best tip I can offer is get what ever brand fits your foot and therefore is comfortable for you, though I can recommend the xfire2s.Oct 29, 2013