SIDI Tour Rain Boots
wide in heel
I wear a 9.5 to 10 US depending on manufacturer Eur 44 usually fit me. I have a set of SIDI Vortice Air's that fit perfect. Eur 44, but have a cinching system. I have a narrower foot. B,C ie Puma/Asics fit me well. I ordered these in Eur 44 and the length and toe box was superb in fit, but the heel was way to wide for me. Other than that, nice boots with good features and protection. I sent these boots back and ordered a pair of GoreTex rain boots from another major manufacturer, size Eur 44, through Revzilla in the same price range that fit me perfectly.
July 19, 2014
Nice looks, check fit.
I bought this ones the same size as my gore-tex adventure and astro boots, and they are slightly narrow. The fit is tight. I compared the size with the other boots and are the same length. I suppose the design is slimmer, and my feet are a little wide. Anyway, they look great and eventually the will loosen up a little.
March 31, 2014
For years I've owned a pair of sport-touring boots from a well-known European manufacturer of motorcycle footwear. The boots did their job and kept out the rain but were frumpy looking. "These look like something an East German cleaning lady would wear," I thought to myself on several occasions.
My new Sidi Tour Rain Boots, on the other hand, look fantastic, and have way better protection than my old boots. Although I've only tested the Sidis in light rain, something tells me they'd do well in a downpour. Another reviewer said these Italian-made boots could breathe better, which is probably true. If you live in a warm climate consider upgrading to the Gore-Tex version. It's not an issue in the cool, coastal riding environment where I ride.
The only "con" I can think of is the thin, flimsy foot insoles. I bought some replacements at Target with more support and now these Sidis are even more comfortable.
Love these boots!
February 9, 2013
Sidi Dry & Comfortable
These are great boots. Durable, dry and breathable. Light weight, wides fit EE, nice style. I have worn them for 3 years.
February 8, 2013
Good Boot with a long break in
Pretty comfortable after break in even for the office.
Very nice design that does not stand out as a Motorcycle boot.
Boot material is quite stiff and takes about two weeks of every day use for break in.
ordered 45 eur size since it's my size at training shoes, fit is good, a little bit on the larger side, with very thick socks the fit is perfect (i guess that this is the intention).
takes a while getting used to shifting (CBR600F4i) since the boot is stiff even after break in and requires adaption.
tested in light rain and feet remained warm and dry, havent been tested in strong rain.
December 17, 2012
Fit is perfect. Boots appear to be built very well, time will tell
So far the boots feel great, typical Sidi fit, I wear an 8-8.5 and the Sidi 42 fit perfect. Have not had a chance to wear them in the rain but the construction of the boots appear to be able to withstand the elements. I have had Sidi motocross boots in the past and currently wear Sidi cycling shoes so choosing these boots was a no brainer for me. Looking forward to many miles and years wearing them.
September 24, 2012
Updated Sidi Way Rain Boot
While I dont own this particular boot I can tell you it looks just like an updated Sidi Way Rain Boot! After watching the overview on this I KNOW it is! This boot fits right in line with what you expect neither large or small. It is my best piece of rain gear bar none. Every piece of gear I have will fail before these boots. My only minor complaint is I wish the membrane they use was a bit more breathable. These are my only boots and sometimes they get hot and or clammy.
May 13, 2012
Comfortable and not bulky
Not bulky feeling. No rain test yet, but they seem to zip and velcro together where it would be difficult for rain infiltration.
April 30, 2012