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SIDI Tour Gore-Tex Boots


  • Equipped with the world famous Gore-Tex highly breathable and waterproof membrane to add a waterproof yet highly breathable barrier between the elements and the rider’s feet
  • Gore-Tex membrane breathes more than any other membrane thus the rider’s feet will stay cooler in warm weather with a Gore-Tex equipped boot
  • Top grain leather construction
  • Velcro and zipper entry/closure system
  • Full length inner gaiter
  • Rigid nylon innersole
  • Removable arch support
  • Internal heel protection
  • Internal ankle protection
  • Internal toe protection
  • Leather toe shift-brake pads
  • Internally padded Nylon shin plate
  • Double stitched in all high stress areas
  • Reflective panel above the heel and on the front of the boot
  • Internal toe shift pad with traction points
  • Bonded non-slip Sidi touring sole
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Slightly taller than previous model I came back to them because I liked the pair I purchased in 2009 and finally wore them out. I commute every day rain or shine and often have to walk good distances so I appreciate good boots. These are slightly taller than the previous model and they hit my calf. The finish on the top edge could be a little smoother so not to irritate - I'm counting on this wearing in and softening up. I love the zipper on the inseam side rather than the outside and so far am very pleased. They are very comfortable and go on very easily. December 23, 2014
Quality Through and Through... I've been wearing Alpinestars for the last 10 years and still enjoy the boots, but I was ready for a change. Love the look, the fit, the features and they were comfortable from the very first ride. They look great and you would think you're wearing your old favorite pair of shoes when you walk around in them Not like motorcycle boots at all…at least in comfort. They are pretty pricey for most folks, but you can tell the quality as soon as you pull them out of the box. I won't know about the durability for some time, but if they're anything like my Alpinestars, I'll be very pleased. November 11, 2013
Worth the money! I've ridden with them for 8 months now, and still in love with them. The fit is spot on! I've ridden in 37 degree, up too 96 degrees and stayed comfortable. We've had 25" of rain in the last 8 weeks, and ridden through what seemed like a small river. My feet stayed perfectly dry. Best of all is the comfort factor. A 1,500 mile trip in 4 days, with plenty of walking, and never an issue with my feet. I can honestly say these are absolutely wonderful boots for street riding. I feel so lucky to have chosen these out of the thousands out there! August 12, 2013
Great boot, runs large I needed to replace a 14-year-old pair of BMW touring boots that were on their last legs. I wear a size 9 in street shoes and a 43 in many boots, so ordered the 43. When trying them on, they felt a bit large, but I figured a heavy pair of socks would take care of the extra room. Unfortunately, after throwing out the boxes and wearing them for a couple of rides, I realized I really should have ordered the 42. I ended up solving the fit with a pair of DryMax socks and a pair of low-cust cushioned running socks. The boots are great, love the styling, ease of getting them on/off and protection. August 5, 2013
Nice, good looking boot I'm a big fan of SIDI boots, having ridden with them for as long as I can remember. Amusingly, the first time I tried the boot 15 years ago (give or take), when I met the SIDI bicycle shoe sales guy by accident at my local bicycle dealer. He got me a pair of the predecessor of these boots, and I fell in love with them. Let me get the downsides out of the way fast. They are warm in the summer, but if it's raining, I guess it's a choice between warm feet or wet feet. I'll take warm. I also, I think the boot fits true to size. So, it is my opinion (and mine alone), you should go up one Euro size to fit thicker socks, especially in the winter. However, I bought the size I wanted, put on thicker socks, and it's fine. I think if you were right at size 45, get 46. If you're on the border between 44 and 45, get 45 and you'll be fine. But again, it's just my observation, and YMMV. Lastly, it is expensive. But in my prior experience the SIDI lasts a long time. I have a pair of SIDI off-road bicycle shoes that have lasted over a decade. My experience with SIDI motorcycle boots is that the only issue is that the sole starts to wear, but no more or less than other high end boots. The leather is beautiful. You can wear this boot out on a date (OK, maybe not to a snooty restaurant, but at least to your local non-snooty joint). I love this boot. July 22, 2013
Never too hot with room enough for warm socks in winter The boot starts out a little stiff for walking, but then again, they weren't made for walking. The fit around the thigh is very loose even though there are multiple velcro adjustment grips up the side of the boot. So the boot is not big in actual foot size but above the ankle. Heavier riders will appreciate the extra room--I am not one of them unfortunately so I make sure my socks are high to stay comfortable. I wear these in the nasty humidity of Northeast US summers and they are never unbearable. I've worn them in 34 degrees with two pairs of socks (my summer riding socks plus a pair of smart wools over them) and I've been very comfortable. Boots are attractive, comfortable, and I feel like I'm protected in all the right places. They are expensive and the Revzilla video does say that there are other boots as good as this that are cheaper. Wonder which those are? Highly recommended. 2009 BMW R1200GS June 3, 2013
Solid Boot: Better for Cruiser position. This boot is constructed better than any other I've seen. I also just love the style, not too flashy but still fashion forward. The limited fit adjustment ultimately meant that I went with a different style/company. However, I will consider future models depending on what changes. Pros: Very well constructed (better than Dianese)--stitching is nearly perfect. Clutch grip. Solid medium stiffness sole. Internal gator. Gore-tex. Zipper + Velcro. Protection where you'd want it. Cons: Runs a little large. My major problem is that there is no way to cinch the boot overtop the ankle. Because this boot runs on the larger side this lacking feature impacts the boot in two ways. 1) If you're on the slight side (as I am) my heel doesn't feel secure and while I don't think the boot would pull off (in the event of a get-off) movement would compromise the safety features as well as perhaps exacerbate any torsion. 2) When in a more aggressive riding position that uses a forward lean the stiffness of the material (otherwise a good thing) bunches, pushing the leather out to the side. Summary: If you are a larger rider, or cruiser not as concerned with a well fitting boot, you will be happy, overall with the construction and comfort of this Sidi. -2000 Buell S3T May 30, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
David L: Comfortable, strong, beautiful leather boots. Very easy and quick to put these boots on, plus they're waterproof. I always buy Sidi boots. Excellent quality. Apr 14, 2015
ROBERT K: I have dry foot syndrome my feet like being dry Apr 9, 2015
Shawn F: I need a quality waterproof boot. These are still made in Italy. Mar 4, 2015
Bob C: Happy with other Sidi boots I have, and wanted a waterproof boot. Oct 14, 2014
J P: For overall comfort, waterproof capability, durability and constant riding. Sep 3, 2014
roger g: good reviews by other customers. Good reputation of sidi. product features Jul 14, 2014
Larry S: Tour Master boots had poor quality, stitching became undone. Jun 20, 2014
Shawn M: Reviews were very good. Jun 15, 2014
michael b: I have been wearing SIDI 9Road Warrior's) for 15 plus years all over the world , Im not aware of a better value . My wife absolutely loves the comfort & dryness of these wonderful Italian Boots . May 18, 2014
Don S: brand and reviews Oct 25, 2013
Peter A: I have high hopes for these boots. Rev-it boots are way too small even at 47. Aug 27, 2013
Steve H: Quality leather boot that is waterproof. Stiff at first but wears in quickly. Cool even in the hot Texas summers. Aug 26, 2013
Kerry R: I want good waterproof boots that breathe well. Impeccable quality. Aug 22, 2013
Bryan C: Reputation. Plus, visited Philly store and tried on a bunch of boots -- these fit the best. Aug 12, 2013
A shopper asked: I like Sidi boots and these look great. My concern is my calves are skinny so I lean towards boots with inner speed lacing. With a zipper I'm concerned the tops will have too much room between my calf and the boot. Can they be adjusted to fit snug at the top? Mar 16, 2014
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Mark P: Hi.
I too have skinny legs/calfs.
You can't really adjust too much, the boots are pretty fixed.
They really seem to be for long distance touring.
I love riding with them. They run a bit large but that allows for a thick sock in winter. And I guess your feet swell a bit in the heat.
They feel large when walking around, but they are super comfortable on the bike. I also have a pair of short Sidi boots, Doha model? They are nice but not water proof and actually my feet stay cooler and warmer in the GoreTex
If you are buying the boots For touring, I think they are a good choice.
Mar 16, 2014
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Bruce F: There is a moderate amount of ability to dust the top of the boot as it's a Velcro closure. The zipper closes the boot to just above the ankle and the Velcro closure handles the rest. However, if your calves are skinny, you may not be able to get snug enough for your satisfaction. I'd recommend trying them on and if they don't close sufficiently, you can return them (provided you abide by Revzilla's policies). Mar 16, 2014
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Jim B: I think you will be happily pleased with SIDI Tours. These are extremely comfortable. I am 6'3 220 lbs, my legs are far from big. As long as you are wearing appropriate socks these boots are very comfortable. Enjoy. Mar 18, 2014
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Scott H: I don't have very large calves either. Just pull the top Velcro enclosure tab tightly and I think you will be fine. Mar 16, 2014
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Stan L: There is no adjustment to snug up the calf on the boot. The velcro closure is to only cover the zipper. Mar 16, 2014
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ROBERT K: There are adjustable but will not fit snug I have larger legs & they are not snug Mar 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: I dread buying footwear online. It seems like every shoe or boot fits differently with the exact same size. In reference to width do these boots run either narrow or wide? May 21, 2014
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Michael S: Your going to get subjective answers, but for me, SIDI's have always fit like medium-width shoes/boots, say a C. I have slightly wide feet, kind of D, and I can fit in a boot that's true to my size (45), but because I want to wear thicker socks in the winter, I went for a 46. It's slightly big with thin socks, fits perfectly with heavy socks.

Revzilla has a piece of cake return policy, which I know isn't as easy as going to a store and trying them on, then getting another size out of stock. You can also measure your foot accurately, and call Revzilla. They'll tell you precisely what you need.
May 29, 2014
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Steve H: I wear a 9 1/2 US and usually wear a 43 Euro. Sidi run a bit narrow for ne and I buy 44 Euro. A thin sole insert in the summer and a medium sock in the winter makes for a comfortable boot. May 29, 2014
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Patrick C: I'm at 10 and a half Triple E. I bought a size 11 and they're perfect.they're not too hot and they're pretty conservative looking so I can wear them all day every day at work. May 29, 2014
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Stan L: I wear a 10.5 medium width and they are true to size and width.. Very comfortable boot. I wear them on 12 hour ride days with no problem. May 29, 2014
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Bruce F: I would have to say they're pretty close to normal from a width perspective. May 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: The OnRoad is a heavy and tall boot for most street riding. Is the new Tour GoreTex any different in height and weight? Apr 22, 2012
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RevZilla: In a size 45, the SIDI Tour Gore-Tex Boot is 12 inches tall from the bottom of the sole to the top of the calf and weighs 1 pound 11 ounces. In a size 45, the SIDI On-Road Gore-Tex Boot is 14 inches tall from sole to top of calf and weighs 2 pounds 6.6 ounces. So the Tour Gore-Tex boot weighs less and has a lower calf. Jun 19, 2012
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OldFJR: Shoes are approximately 20 oz. each. (Size 13). Light as feather in my book. Jun 18, 2012
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Mens and Womens Footwear

Footwear Conversion
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

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 7.5/41 813524 SIT-TOG-BKBK-41 Out of Stock
Black / 8.5/42 813525 SIT-TOG-BKBK-42 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 9.5/43 813526 SIT-TOG-BKBK-43 Out of Stock
Black / 10/44 813527 SIT-TOG-BKBK-44 Out of Stock
Black / 11/45 813528 SIT-TOG-BKBK-45 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 11.5/46 813529 SIT-TOG-BKBK-46 Out of Stock
Black / 12.5/47 813530 SIT-TOG-BKBK-47 Out of Stock
Black / 13/48 813531 SIT-TOG-BKBK-48 Out of Stock