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Ian B: These boots are great. They move a lot of air. Great protective gear.May 23, 2015
William P: I wanted to experience the added adjustment of the buckle over the dial on my other SIDIs. I was curious to try out the added protection as well. Yes, these boots allow much less (dangerous) movement at the ankle. Still plenty of give to ride though and enough for the track if needed! I wanted a vented boot and these move air!!Nov 10, 2014
Christopher E: I find the Sidi's fit my wide feet. I have 2 pairs of Votice, a pair of Crossfire and the Sidi GoreTex. I wanted a vented road race boot for street and track riding.
These arrived, perfect fit, just like all my other Sidi boots.Sep 11, 2014
John F: Replacement for my SIDI boot purcahsed new in 1997Aug 11, 2014
A S: a lot of ppl told me that the SIDI boot is really awesome.Mar 25, 2014
cleartalk - a: After lots of research I fond Siidi is the boot for me, lots of protections, sliders everywhere, literally everything is replaceable on this boots... great for South California weather, vets rocks in the summer and is very good in the winter too.Jan 16, 2014
Daniel C: Great quality, styling, and fit. Sidi is hard to beat for design, quality and protection.Nov 15, 2013
David H: Had originally purchase these boots in sixe 11 and the right boot was a little tight. I was told they would stretch a little so thought they would be ok. After 5 riding session and one sore right foot decided I would have to bite the bullet and buy the next size up. Now what to do with an almost brand new pair of boots that are one sixe to small. Oh well maybe I will have some luck at next track day selling them at a discount price to try and recoup some of my money.Oct 28, 2013
josh w: needed boots to take to the race track.Aug 16, 2013
A shopper asked:Will boot cut jeans fit over these??Sep 29, 2014
Jeff F:I usually wear wide shoes too. Can't wear normal nike sneakers without ripping them. Ordered the Sidis true to what I wear in leather dress shoes and found the fit to be perfect even for full day wear.Feb 9, 2015
Timothy M:I would not recommend them to people with extra wide feet. I have the opposite problem, my feet are very narrow. I returned a pair of similiar TCX boots because they were much too wide... Those might be better for you. There is a surprising amount of volume in the boot though (I can fit a superfeet insole and still have a little room) and Revzilla does advertise free returns so you cannot go wrong if you try them... If they dont fit, exchange them for some TCX or Alpinestars. I can say however, if they do fit, you will not be disappointed. The boots are awesome.Feb 9, 2015
Duc T:I don't think it will be an issue. However, I have small feet (size 8). If you have wide calves, it might be hard to zip up the inner boot. The good thing about Revzilla is they can offer a refund. Hope that helps.Feb 9, 2015
Francis M:I think it depends on how large your pants are. I am size 34 waist and 32 length and wear Lucky Jeans (think relaxed fit) and they just get over the top. I have to say I love these boots though, I'd find jeans that fit. Only downside is they draw attention if you are walking around the office with them. They are real squeeky and when I wear them into my office building there is no doubt everyone knows I ride (other than a couple of ding dongs who have asked if they are ski boots, WTF?)Sep 29, 2014
Andy G:Yes. I wear these boots with riding jeans & regular jeans and the fit over them just fine. The top buckle on the boot is very adjustable so they fit snug to your leg/calf for use with jeans. Then when wearing leathers that have a thick shin/knee protector you can adjust the fit. I love these boots.Sep 30, 2014
Hombie:Non-perforated if you commute. Texas weather is similar to yours, non-perforated vent pretty well (side intake vents) and do a good job keeping my feet cool in the upper 90's, and close them for the cold mornings. If you were just a sunny day rider I would say perforated. But because of the temperature spread we both live in I think the non-perforated ST would work best for you. I am very happy with my non-perforated ST's.Jun 2, 2013
sass250:For the cooler weather you might get cold feet... wear warm socks? I think they are perfect for the hotter stuff thou!! They have flex vents right around your ankle so you notice that. I recently road in 27c (not ideal how to convert it) and the first thing i noticed was that my feet didnt get hot. So that being said they d suck if you hit rain on your ride home... I recently did and my feet got wet.May 13, 2013
Michelle M:From my experience with Converse Chuck Taylor sneakers, they have always ran very long in sizing. So if you wear a 11.5 in those sneakers, I would think you would normally wear a size 12. Perhaps go to a store and try on some actual boots, not sneakers to get a feel for what your size is in boots? Revzilla also does a great job of exchanging for the right size.Dec 27, 2013