SIDI SDS New York Riding Shoes
These riding shoes are exactly what I expected and wanted. A good looking, light weight, comfortable riding shoe with adequate pretction that I enjoy wearing.
November 25, 2013
These boots are light weight and durable
I was looking for something suitable to wear when riding to work on a military base without having to change as soon as I got there. These boots meet the military requirement for riding on base and then some. I usually wear a wide boot or EE but these boots fit great in their standard width.
If you are looking for a wide motorcycle boot for everyday riding check these out!
October 21, 2013
Nice lightweight breathable shoe!
Nice riding shoe! It is lightweight like a wrestling shoe but with the heavy duty feel that puts your mind at ease. They are comfortable, durable and nice for long trips or a day at the track! They are pretty breathable and perfect during warmer months. Style is nice. Only changes that I would make would be to shorten the velcro strap so it doesn't stick out.
September 29, 2013
This is a great shoe that is comfortable but has a few downfalls.
I've been riding with this shoe for about three months now. I purchased a 12 and I usually wear (~12-12.5) and the shoes fit perfectly. The laces tie up nicely and easily tuck into the ankles. My only problem with the shoe is the velcro strap. I remove the strap from the metal ring every time I take them off and the velcro is separating from the strap and becoming a bit more difficult to put on. However, that being said, the shoe is comfortable, provides great protection w/o the bulk, and looks great.
September 23, 2013
I got these shoes for 3 season riding. Very good fit, great grip ability. It's a shoe that can be worn not only for riding but a shoe that you can walk around in for hours.. I really like the enclosed shoe laces and Velcro strap at the top. Only problem is, each shoe laces end is very long after you tie them, 12" to be exact......
September 20, 2013
IT IS A GREAT BOOT!
Starting with what others have said, I will provide my opinion on the following:
SIZE: I am a size 10 to 10 1/2 for boots, I ordered a size 44 thinking it would be a little big, since for SOUTH AMERICA sizing, I am actually 42, so you have to keep in mind that sizing is EUROPEAN and not South American! so 44 in European size was simply A PERFECT FIT.
COMFORT: No problems at all if used for the purpose provided...riding with these boots are SIMPLY AWESOME, short distance walking is also awesome, but it is very flat in the bottom and it can hurt your feet if you walk more than a mile no stop! I find it NO ISSUES with that...
APPEARANCE: AWESOME with a pair of jeans, looks great and it is very stylish.
PRICE: could be a little cheaper for what it is.
OVERALL: A great pair of boots, I strongly recommend it, but keep in mind, the air flow is very intense and I assume these boots are not to be worn when temperature drops below 50F? maybe!
NICE BOOTS, Thanks REVZILLA
September 20, 2013
solid boot/sneaker for 100 bucks
Got my first pair sized for a US 9 which is a 43 but on the tongue of the boot it says US10 so the sizing chart might be wrong, returned it for a 42 no problem, revzilla is always good like that. Boot itself seems pretty solid put 200 miles on it and no problems, no signs of wear at all. Like everyone is saying laces are to long but no problem, tuck it in the Velcro or cut and burn the end. Ankle protection seems good, toe box not much but ventilation is good. Solid casual boot for 100$.
September 19, 2013
Great Value Boot.
For a hundred bucks, it is a great boot. I went down in a crash at about 10 mph when a cyclist ran a red light, my ankle was only slightly bruised and I didn't even feel any pain. I'm a 9.5 normally I went up a size because I hate tight shoes and did a 44, it fit good to me, I probably could have done a 43 but there is a enough adjustment. I have a slightly wide toe box and there is no toes smushing with these. At 30 MPH you can definitely feel air flow through them, but not at lower speeds.
2 dings - the sole is definitely NOT non-slip. You have to be careful. I even went to the bathroom at a restaurant and the floor was wet and I was slipping all over the place. I got the same results on the road on ground paint and manhole covers. Also, the shifter area is worn but that is the nature of suede. If I had to pay a little more for leather (but breathable too) and a non-slip sole I would. That is actually going to be my next boot purchase if I can find something. But for 100 bucks, its hard to beat these.
September 16, 2013