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Decent boot, but not for the price
After having another pair of SIDI boots, I decided to go up a notch to these. Have only had these boots for 3 weeks and the insoles are already giving me problems. The left one is "wrinkling" (for lack of a better word) under my foot/arch and it feels like I have a rock in the boot. My right foot around my heel is now hurting like a deep heel bruise, but I haven't had any trauma to my foot. I expected better for $325. I justified the money based on the Revzilla review and other's reviews but I missed on this one. Maybe once they are broken in good (when?) things will get better.
July 29, 2015
awesome riding boots
I have owned 3 pairs of riding boots: CruiserWorks which were so comfortable I could have slept in them, Red Wings which I love & now Sibi. These new boot are wonderful.
July 13, 2015
Really Nice Boot
Nice boot. I wanted a boot that has good protection, but doesn't look like a space boot. I like the looks of adventure boots, but I don't go off road. Also, adventure boots are heavier then I need.
After going through the touring boot options, I found these jewels. A hard heel and toe box is one thing I wanted and this boot has it. The toe box almost feels like a steel toe. It also has adequate ankle and shin protection and accommodates larger calves well. You can adjust the Velcro at the top and it also has an elastic type device built in at the top of the boot for extra expansion if needed.
In the video, it says the boot is about a C width. Don't let that scare you. I wear a US. size 10 with a slightly wide foot. They are definitely larger than a D width. This boot was comfortable right out of the box. Slightly snug in the arch area, but after break in, it will be perfect without getting sloppy. They are slightly stiff out of the box, but the leather will break in nicely. They are also very easy to get in and out of.
I did notice on one boot, there are several spots where the stitching is a little frayed and on the other boot, it has a few very small holes where it looks like the sowing needle missed, while stitching the toe area. Just nitpicking here.
The one con I would say is that the shifter reinforcement on the boot could be better IMO. It has raised bumps, which aren't that raised and they are only on the very top of the toe area. They don't extend to the side of the boot as many others do. I tend to shift with the front right side of my boot, just at the last third of the shifter. Again not a deal breaker at all, maybe I should shift correctly instead. :)
I walked around in the boots inside for about fifteen minutes and my feet did not get moist at all. I've worn other waterproof boots for five minutes and had moist socks in that short time.
I just received these boots and liked them so much, I thought I'd write a review before I forgot. I did not get on the road with them yet, when I do, I will update this review If I can.
If these boots are in your price range and have the features you are looking for, you will like the look and feel. You will not regret your purchase. Nicely done SIDI.
July 3, 2015
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gerald o:Boot is a little stiff when new. After walking around the house for a couple of hours and about a two hour ride, they are pretty much broke in. The leather gives nicely. The lug sole isn't as flexible as the euro type sole, but I like it better. As far as feel of the controls, I can feel the shifter just fine, however, the brake pedal is a little harder to feel, but no big deal. If you stand on a peg, you will feel it.Jul 11, 2015