SIDI ST Air Boots
real nice apperience
i havent wear them to much, but they feel good and secure
March 4, 2013
The product looking is beautiful. Has very protective features.
The product looking is beautiful. Has very protective features. I'm satisfied .
January 7, 2013
Sidi st are a great sport bike boot!!
Sidi boots are a great boot. If you want to have the best boot for riding on the road or track then buy a pair you will not be sorry. The St do take some time to brake in. Revzilla is a great place to buy you sport bike stuff. It's where i will be buying from now on.
October 22, 2012
This boots is simply awesome.
FIrst of all would like to say that the kind of service standard you are giving is exceptional. A 11/10 on that.
The boots are very easy to get in and out. Though will need a bit breaking in. The feel is awesome and will definitely recommend the boot. Have the air version and the amount of air it circulates will make you easy and not sweaty on the bike.
Sizing is spot on and 43 as adviced by Revzilla fits me perfectly.
The only downside or as i should clarify there is bit of squeaking from the exoskeleton when i walk. Maybe due to boot being brand new.
Otherwise simply perfect.
October 19, 2012
Great boots for commuting
I broke my ankle a couple of months ago and my ankle never got full strength back. I was looking for some boots to protect my ankle from sideways movement, that was easy to get on/off, and would be comfortable for a couple of hours each way every day. The Sidi ST air boots fit the bill perfectly. I took the advice from others and went up one size. Once adjusted the boots are comfortable (other than a little rubbing on the little toe on the first day). Air flow is good and I have worn the boots in 32 degrees Celcius very comfortably. And a breeze to get on and off.
Customer service from Revzilla was brilliant. Shipping to Australia took just under one week.
I am very happy with the boots and will definitely be buying from Revzilla again.
October 10, 2012
Good all around.
I posted "good" to most because I have not had long enough to really judge. I have the Vertigo and ST now, the ST has a whole different class of protection than Vertigo and can adjust much tighter around the calves. I tried both back to back and all I can say is I would buy both of them again. The Vertigo lets you move a little more, but if I had to choose one I'd go with ST for sure. I also lowered my rating for all the SiDi logos etc. I think the industry goes too far with this and sometimes really sticks out way too much. I say when new, walk around in them, bend, flex and they conform right away. Not designed for walking around and not why I bought them, however if I had to walk in them I could. If you're looking for casual walking around in boots then buy those I say.
September 18, 2012
with this product you get more than you paid for
I always wanted to buy sidi boots and i m glad i hit my cc and bought them. Loved them since first day, BTW super fast shipping!!! I went on a ride before i hit the track, they were a little stiff at first but by the time I went out for about 2 sessions they were already broken up!!! I stayed on my boots for almost the whole day and my feet never got tired neither hot and we had a 90+ degree weather!!!
Protection is obviously its main feature but they also look, fit, and perform amazing!!!
September 10, 2012
Great boot with superior ventilation
I bought these boots b/c another rider I know smashed up his ankle and made me question whether I had enough protection with the street boots I had.
I chose these to get what appears to be superior protection, but I got some other benefits as well. These appeared to offer the protection I wanted for $100 less than Sidi's top of the line (and harder to put on) race boot, and it looks like they do just that.
I had to get these one size smaller than my previous Sidi's. I had a pair of 42's that fit very well, but had to go with 41 in this boot as the 42's were too large everywhere.
The design is excellent - get them right once, and from then on, the boot doesn't need another adjustment.
The range of adjustability is excellent.
The boots are very comfortable except for some pressure points on the outside edges of the toes and edge of the foot but I think any boot would be since it has to be rigid there. Very little break-in required - my first track session I kept missing my shifter like the boot was shorter than my old ones, but a comparison showed they were not and by the 2nd session, I had adjusted to the difference. If this Lorica material holds up as well as leather, then it is really an awesome material.
Ventilation is the best of any boot I've ever worn on a bike - when you start moving, the air moves like you aren't wearing boots at all!
August 20, 2012