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SIDI Traffic Air Boots

  • A mid height boot
  • Perforated Lorica outer construction
  • Perforated Teflon treated nylon lining
  • Full length inner gaiter
  • Composite inner sole
  • Removable arch support
  • Internal heel protection
  • Internal ankle protection
  • Internal toe protection
  • Zipper and Velcro closure system
  • Non-slip lug sole
  • Lorica toe shift pad
  • Double stitched in all high stress areas
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SIDI Traffic Air Boots 4.8 5 25 25
Excellent airflow in a conservatively styled boot Live in SoCal where it's warm and dry most of the year. Need max ventilation for those warmer, summer days. These boots fit great, and the airflow is exceptional. Feel great down to 50F (the coldest it has been here in the winter), but imagine that lower temps would need thick socks or a warmer boot. Very comfortable. Have worn them on the daily commutes for several months, with little to no signs of wear. They seem durable, and worth the investment. March 2, 2015
Excellent Boots Recently purchased these boots and am extremely happy with them. I purchased one size larger and fit is perfect. The boots seem to be extremely well made and should last for many miles. Airflow is good, feet remain cool even on high heat and humidity rides. Boots were initially a little stiff but have broken in quickly. Highly recommend these boots and Revzilla. September 23, 2014
Does the job. Airflow is really good. Footbed seems a little narrow and the top does not fit tight to the calf like my other Sidi's, but overall very comfortable and cool. August 25, 2014
I Love You Like A Friend Great boot, that looks nice for work, and feels substantial. These boots offer nice protection at the heel, ankle, toe, and sole - but are lacking in the shin area. Still, I feel confident on them on both the city streets and freeway. The toe is slightly narrow, while the rest of the boot is slightly wide, which is not a huge problem with an insole put in them. Still, I think they could have added some padding in the shin to snug that area up and offer more safety, narrowed out the footbed/top a little, and opened up the toe for a more balanced boot. My whole kit is vegan (cruelty-free), and these are made from Lorica faux leather, which seems to be wearing well and looks great. I have scraped them a couple times pretty badly and it hardly left a scuff at all. They move alot of air on the upper area, and I've been comfortable in 90+ temps here in LA with no issues. The soles do require a couple days/weeks of break in. They are really tough rubber, and I had to muscle through while they softened up. Now I can wear them everywhere, drive a car, probably hike, and they'd be fine. Overall a really nice boot that offers good protection and style, with a few fairly minor issues. August 18, 2014
great boots I bought these to replace another pair of Sidi Air boots as they have worn soles now. Great summer boots with really good air flow. August 18, 2014
Das Boots These are well-made boots that seem to provide decent foot protection. These boots look very similar to standard casual shoes so they can be worn walking around in an office environment. As for sizing, just follow the size chart and the fit should be fine. I wear a size 10 gym shoe, so I went with the size 10 (44 Euro) and the fit was just right. Don't try ordering a half size down due to the lack of laces (slip-on). I initially did this and they were way too small. May 12, 2014
Another nice pair of Sidi boots! With riding season finally approaching the Greater Philadelphia area, I realized that I needed a decent set of riding boots. The Sidi Slash boots I purchased from RevZilla 3-years ago finally needed replacement. I liked the Slash boots (shoes really) and wanted to get another set, but they have been discontinued. They were very comfortable, and flowed much air. Looking at the current catalog I did not see a comparable product, so I decided to go with more traditional Sidi Traffic Air Boots. These are mid-calf boots that offer much more protection than the riding shoes I replaced. I have only worn these boots for about 3-weeks, and have only ridden with them on a few occasions so far. They are well-built like all of the Sidi products I have owned. They are a little stiff right out of the box, but I know that they will break-in with additional use (and warmer weather). There are generous air-flow panels on both sides of each boot. They do flow air pretty well, but I will reserve judgment until the weather gets hot. The thick soles should last a long time. March 24, 2014
Yep - Get a pair! Short version, if you live in a hot climate, you should do your feet a favor and put a pair of these boots on them! Air conditioning for your feet is the best way to describe the feeling once you start moving. Combined with the Thor socks, I expect I will have a serious relationship with these boots! I have somewhat wide feet, and was a little concerned about the snugness around the ball area when I first put them on. The length however, is perfect. After wearing around the house for a few days, either my feet or the boots settled in for a perfect fit. Very comfortable. Where these boots shine though is on the bike. As soon as the bike starts moving, I immediately could feel the coolness of air flow. I don't actually feel air moving, but the cooling effect is certainly there. Continuing on, the zipper feels aggressive and solid, and the soles are what I would expect from a bike boot. The final capping feature is the looks, as these are good-looking boots, more suitable than my tactical boots in an office environment where I work. I do believe my feet and I will be much, MUCH happier once the Tennessee summer comes around! February 24, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
John L: I want a boot that is cooler for summer riding. Feb 25, 2015
Richard M: Wanted a warm weather commuting boot, and it works great. Excellent airflow to keep feet cool, while providing sturdy protection. Subtle good looks. Jan 26, 2015
Kenny Y: Great boots for commuting. The style is subtle enough for wearing at the office without looking like "that guy". Nov 25, 2014
Amanda B: It's a vegan boot that seems to have good protection without the pretensions of the racier looking nor the "I ride a Harley" boots. It's a boot, a whole boot, and nothing but the boot. Aug 8, 2014
Jon B: One of the zippers on my 8 year old Sidi boots just broke so I needed another pair. I chose these because I now live in a warmer climate and wanted to see if they were cooler. Aug 4, 2014
Dan P: I wanted a summer boot for the Texas heat and new that this material would fit the bill. Have been wearing Sidi cycling shoes for years and the fit and durability are second to none. May 29, 2014
Robert P: Need summer boots. May 4, 2014
Steve S: Because summer getting to hot in Arizona Apr 14, 2014
Jerry B: I normally only wear tactical boots, but that gets rough in Tennessee summer! Specifically searched for a true motorcycle boot that would also allow my feet to stay cool. Found these via a WebBikeWorld review, and they look like the perfect solution - time will tell. Assuming we thaw out this year. Feb 7, 2014
Bill M: Reviews Oct 31, 2013
John L: looked to be the best solution for the type of climate i live in and the type of riding that i do Oct 27, 2013
Jerrad J: They had great reviews and I needed something that flows a ton of air since I regularly ride in 100+ degree heat. Sep 13, 2013
Steve H: Ventilates well and fit is true. A bit stiff to walk in but they are becoming more flexible. Would be nicer if made of genuine leather. Aug 26, 2013
A shopper asked: Does this boot, SIDI Traffic Air, have any kind of built in shin protection - a hard part protection, similar to ankle protection? Jul 19, 2014
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Cameron R: Hey there Twowheelsdown. Cam here. Your inquiry regarding the Sidi Traffic Air Boots and any shin protection is as follows: No. That was my very economic non wordy answer. Nice boots, decent protection for a mid height boot minus any shin protection. The upper shin area is just a double stitched outline. It would have been cool if that look alike was actually a hard part. Still do like the boots. Good fit, nice clean look, and the mid height does protect more than not having anything there. I'm in Phoenix and summer riding is just a bit on the warm side so the air flow definitely helps. Ride Safe! Jul 19, 2014
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Jerry B: No, there is no hard shell shin protector. The material on the front is solid though, not perforated, and is thick enough to protect against the typical road debris you may encounter. I speak from experience on that point! Jul 19, 2014
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Jason H: There is no hard shin protection just the leather which is double thickness on the shin. Also keep in mind that they are a pretty short boot so don't extend far up your shin anyway. Jul 21, 2014
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Michael R: No, the material covering the shin is flexible/soft. In my opinion, this makes for a more comfortable boot. Jul 19, 2014
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James H: It does not have additional protection similar to the ankle protection, just the leather. Jul 20, 2014
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Gregory G: No, just the stiffness of the leather.
Jul 19, 2014
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James W: No. There is no rigid shin protection. Jul 19, 2014
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Robert S: NO. Jul 22, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does this boot, SIDI Traffic Air, have any kind of built in shin protection? Jul 19, 2014
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A s: No, these boots do not have any kind of built in shin protection. These mid-height boots do cover the lower front part of your leg, but there is no hard plastic insert at the shin area. These boots are really intended to flow max air, and they do that very well. These boots are well built, and do provide a decent amount of protection (to, heel, ankle, sole) overall. Jul 19, 2014
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Christopher A: No unfortunately not. Only small discs for the ankle bone and heel cup / toe box. They fit great and have awesome air flow. 5stars Jul 19, 2014
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Vladimir M: No it doesn't... It doesn't go very high up the shin either. Fantastic boot for it's intended purpose though. Jul 19, 2014
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Jeffrey E: Hi – no, soft in the front, and doesn't go very high. Nice boots though. Jul 19, 2014
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A shopper asked: What is the height of the SIDI Traffic Air boots from bottom of sole to the top of the boot? Feb 26, 2012
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RevZilla: The measurement from the heel of the sole to the top of the cuff is 9.5 in. Apr 17, 2012
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marcomoto: About 8" Sep 5, 2012
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idsteve: 9 inches Apr 16, 2012
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Theodore M asked: I've tried the Sidi Street boots and was between a 43 and 44 in fit. It looks like the Traffic might just be a reboot (1) of the Street with perforated lorica and, thus, still be a miss on fitting my feet. My Canyons (44) fit perfectly. Anyone with experience in the Canyons or the Streets wish to compare the Traffic's fit to those boots? Jan 15, 2015
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Jason H: I have both the Traffic and Canyons in a size 47. I would say the Traffics definitely come up a tiny bit bigger the Canyons even with identical thickness socks on. Not enough to make me go down a size in the Traffic though. Jan 15, 2015
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John L: for me i would say they run a little big, i would go with a 43 Jan 15, 2015
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A shopper asked: i have a dainese axial boot size "us10/uk9/euro43", it fit snugly and perfect for performance riding.
Yes the dainese are tight at front(no room) as it intended to the design/cutting.

Which size are the best for me equivalent of the dainese sizing.
should i opt for 43 or 44?

Thank you.
Am an asian figure, living in Malaysia.
Feb 22, 2015
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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 813540 SIT-TRA-BKBK-41 Out of Stock
Black / 8.5/42 813541 SIT-TRA-BKBK-42 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 9.5/43 813542 SIT-TRA-BKBK-43 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 10/44 813543 SIT-TRA-BKBK-44 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 11/45 813544 SIT-TRA-BKBK-45 Out of Stock
Black / 11.5/46 813545 SIT-TRA-BKBK-46 Out of Stock
Black / 12.5/47 813546 SIT-TRA-BKBK-47 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 13/48 813547 SIT-TRA-BKBK-48 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours