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Sidi Women's Fusion Lei Boots

  • Vertebra system Achilles and rear calf protection panel
  • Replaceable nylon toe scuff pad
  • Replaceable outer ankle protective cap
  • Nylon shin deflector plate
  • Fully encapsulated heel cup
  • DuPont polymer toe shift pad
  • An elastic panel adjacent to the entry zipper allows a bind free zip and improved fit
  • Double stitched in all high stress areas
  • Zipper and Velcro closure system
  • Lorica outer construction
  • Perforated Teflon treated nylon lining

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it just looks awsome my wife love this boots, i bought for her on her birthday most of my staff i get from revzillai trust all products from revzilla October 20, 2014
The best boot of it's class I'm a newbie rider and I purchased these boots for multiple reasons. Mostly I wanted better protection on the street. I was not disapointed by it's quality. The boot is very stiff at first, has a shin guard, replacable toe sliders and achillies protecter. Typical of everything you will get for a street or entry level track boot. I have plenty of confidence that these boots will protect my feet and ankles if needed. (Hopefully never.# I really wanted something that was comfortable on and off the bike. Upon reciept, the boot is extremely stiff, but this is typical of anything leather (or synthetic leather in this case.) They are comfortable sitting on my sportbike, and has even helped with the numbness I get after long rides. Even with the stiffness, they are extrememly comfortable walking around off the bike which was really important to me. I have a high arch and walked around in these boots for a couple hours off the bike and have had no back pain. You can also put a different pair of soles in them if need be. I honesltly prefered something a little less toned down when I was looking for boots and had originally decided on the comparable model that Alpinestars sells. However, once I got these, I fell in love. They really do look great, and arent nearly as loud as I feared they would be. They are very comfortable tucked into jeans and a boot cut pair of jeans will easily fit over them as well. This boot fits like a glove as well. I tend to have smaller claves and this boot fine tunes to it. I can adjust how tight they are around the calves with the zelcro at the top. They are very secure. August 12, 2014
best boots ever These were the second pair of boots I ordered (1st were sent back they were no good) was worried about riding in something so stiff but they've been great and broke in quickly. They are so comfortable and they look good too. I feel well protected when wearing these boots. Not sure if ill buy anything other than sidi! July 7, 2014
Sidi Wins Again I've owned a few pairs of Sidi boots over the years. I've always been very happy with them. I believe they offer superior value to similar offerings by Alpinestars and Dainese (as I've owned boots from these brands as well). For this particular pair, I purchased these for my girlfriend after trying (and then exchanging) a "style" boot from Icon called the "Sacred Tall". The Sacred Tall looked nice but would not fit over my girlfriend's leather pants. They barely fit over her jeans. These Sidi boots fit wonderfully over her leather pants. They're certainly not made for walking around off the bike as the sole is very stiff, but in every other way they are phenomenal. Highly recommended. We went up half of a size. She normally wears a 6.5 and we picked up a 7.0. She has just a touch extra room and is happy with them. FWIW, she's a passenger only at this point. April 21, 2014
Great investment! Worth every penny!! I originally picked up the Vertigo Lei's in 41 but had to return due to being too large. I decided to downgrade a bit to the Fusion Lei's in a 40 and they fit wonderfully, except on the side bone at the ball of my foot. It sticks out a bit and they rub slightly on one foot, but otherwise the boots are AMAZING. The only time they are uncomfortable is when I am OFF the bike. On the bike, they took a bit of getting used to. I had to adjust my shifter multiple times to get it positioned in a good place to be able to shift properly, but once that was done and I was used to the boots they are incredible for riding. I feel very protected, the boots are stylish and comfortable for riding, and overall they were a very sound investment. It has taken a week or so wearing them on and off the bike (when exploring!) to get them broken in, but now that they are I will never wear my DCs on my bike again! If you are thinking about buying these - stop thinking about it and do it! You won't regret it! April 7, 2014
Not most comfortable but great protection Love the boots but walk funny. Mostly on heels. No bend ability. September 17, 2013
Ladies sidi boots, excellent boots for women Ladies sidi boots excellent boots for women, specially designed to handle them and my wife have really enjoyed is the right size and matches your size in street shoes are comfortable and suitable protections for all motorcycle tip August 13, 2013
Beats out the SMX-5! Why spend the extra monies on the SMX-5 that is made in China, when you can get the Fusion Lei by Sidi that is made in Italy! Still breaking these bad boys in, but so far they've been great. Only adjustment was to my shift lever, the toe was a little too fat to make shifting efficient. Amazing styling on the boot and performs among the best. August 12, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Aly A: i love it and want buy it for my wife Sep 27, 2014
Deborah D: The video and reviews also they came in my size Jul 3, 2014
margeaux h: Excellent protection for the feet - a place most people overlook when riding a sport bike. Jun 13, 2014
Justin R: Recommended by the rider safety instructor. My wife rides, and we are all about wearing the gear. Jun 7, 2014
lori p: Most protection and comfort for the price. The brand is excellent. The color choice could be broader, but, I know they'll still look good. Put a pair of inserts in the shoe and they feel like tennis shoes! May 4, 2014
Torshay S: These have full protection plus that look HOT! Mar 20, 2014
Pimwadee L: I chose this boot because I wanted a boot that had more protection than a lot of commuter boots, but less aggressive than a race boot since I'm not looking to hit the tracks. When I crash, I want to minimize the possibility of crushing any part of my foot as much as possible. Feb 28, 2014
Deatrice D: Sidi is one of the most dependable brands in the motorcycle world! The feminine eye to stylish detail is amazing & the cost isn't too bad either. I love the track race style of this boot....which is going to build my confidence while riding! Sep 15, 2013
Victoria B asked: I am thinking about buying these boots. However; before I buy I would like to know are these boots good for long periods of walking? Aug 12, 2013
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Robert B: I bought these boots for my wife. This is her take. As to 'long periods of walking' it depends on what surfaces and weather conditions. Obviously if its hot, you will get hot feet in a black calf length boot. These aren't hiking boots: they seem to work for moderate walks on smoother surfaces, but not spending hours trudging about. or going on hiking trails. It would also depend on how tough your feet are. If you are used to walking in boots then you'll probably be ok- within reason. But remember these are armored boots so they aren't going to feel like a pair of running shoes come time to walk about. ( I have a pair of Vortices which are stiffer and more armored and I can spend all day in them at track days riding and walking-- but my feet are really used to boots and like the feel). I personally find Sidi boots very comfortable and within limits are good for moderate walks. I would switch out to running shoes if I were going to be walking for hours and save the boots for what they are designed for. Aug 12, 2013
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rita p: I would say definitely NOT at least at first. I've worn mine a few times now and no way could I use them for "walking around" boots. The "leather" is very stiff, the sole is hard and the boot has a definite "forward leaning" shape to it. Not saying it's not a great boot. I like mine. But it's a bike/track boot not a walking around boot. Look at a touring type boot if you need something for riding and walking. Also about sizing...I have Sidi bicycle shoes too and I love them. I ordered these in the same size 43. I wear a size 9 to 9.5 shoe and have a narrow foot. I was told by customer svc that of all the boots these would tend to be the "narrowest". I still had to add an inner sole on top of the really thin, cheap one that comes in the boot. Still have room for thick socks. Hope this wasn't TMI! :) Aug 12, 2013
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Justin W: I'm pleased with these boots. I've not done any major hikes or walks in them, but have wandered around city streets, sidewalks, and some back-country trails in them and found them to be quite comfortable. I've worn them on two five-day rides where I had them on 8-12 hours each day and they were great. Otherwise, I usually wear them for only shorter rides of 3-4 hours.

I've found them more comfortable with a padded shin sock (I wear my snow skiing socks in winter) as the shaft is a bit big on my calf. The foot compartment, heel, toe width, etc. is great.

They are the only boots I've owned, so I don't have another point of reference for feel / fit. FYI.
Aug 12, 2013
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Lorelei C: I bought these boots a few months ago, and I absolutely love them. They provide a lot of protection and they look nice which is always a plus. However, they aren't the most comfortable shoes to walk in. It's mostly just that they're really stiff, but they will break in rather quickly. I've even gone hiking in them. Again, it's not that the boots are painful to walk in or anything -- mostly just awkward and stiff. I would highly recommend. Aug 12, 2013
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Colleen M: About how long is "long periods" for you? I've worn them for a few hours at a time for walking/riding, and while they remain comfortable they do get quite hot after a short amount of time. I live in the south however, so the summer temperatures rarely fall below 90°. That being said, in cooler temperatures or winter they should be wonderful for both protection and long periods of walking/riding. Hope that helps! Aug 12, 2013
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Alyssa Y: They're very comfortable once you break them in, which for me was like a couple weeks and even then they're a little stiff. Make sure to wear longer socks though, so they don't rub on your Achilles. Aug 12, 2013
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David W: No, not really. Bought these for my girlfriend and she agrees. They are stiff and not made for walking much. Aug 15, 2013
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Michael O: My wife loves them for riding and walking. Fine boots. Aug 13, 2013
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Alan P: No Aug 16, 2013
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A S asked: I am seriously considering buying these jut I am hesitant because of the height. I was wondering how they fit around your calves because mine are slightly larger and I have a hard time wearing some high boots. Is there anyway ican figure out if they will fit okay? Mar 26, 2014
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rita p: They are 12" high in the back and 16-17" around the top. I have 13" calves so plenty of room for me. I love these boots for the track. I would not recommend for touring. Much too stiff and clumsy for walking around. Mar 26, 2014
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Darren R: I am 5'5 and I have large calves also. These boots are great as they have velcro at calf area and is adjustable. Mine fit just right on calves. Mar 26, 2014
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Alyssa Y: I lift weights so my calves are big, they fit mine pretty well and the paneling is stretchy around the top. You shouldn't have any problems. Mar 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does this boot have a replaceable sole? I am looking for an entry level race/street boot that I can replace the sole on to increase longevity of use. Aug 13, 2014
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Diane K: It looks like you could but probably would be costly & tricky as the toe sliders are such a good meet with the boot. Sliders are replaceable & the screws are close to the bottom of the boot.
Have 4,000 miles in 4 months on this boot. That includes walking & hiking around. Personally I'd buy another pair before I'd mess with the quality craftsmanship of the original. Good luck.
Aug 14, 2014
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rita p: These boots are so well made I'll probably never need to replace the sole. But to answer your question I took a look at the sole and it appears the sole could be replaced. My question would be is it possible to find a replacement sole for a race boot? Does SIDI make a replacement sole? BTW, love these boots! Aug 15, 2014
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A S asked: I'm not sure which size I should order. Usually, I'm a US women's size 8 but I've always worn a Eur 39 in shoes/UK 6 in combat boots, both of which fit a little big. Revzilla lists these as a size 40/8 so I don't know if I should order the 40 as it considers them a US 8 or the 39 since that's what I typically wear in European sizes? Aug 5, 2014
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Stephanie G: I wear a size US 7 & I have the European 39 in these. They are a little big for me in the heel. What I mean by that is in order to get my heel to rest snugly in the back of the boot I have to tap it on the ground so it will slide into place. So, it may be the perfect fit for you. Get both sizes if you are unsure & return the one that doesn't work. Sometimes, that 1/2 inch makes all the difference! Good luck! Aug 5, 2014
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Christine D: I wear a size US size 9 but bought the boots in a 9.5. They fit perfectly. Depending on the thickness of your socks, I would go up at least a 1/2 size bigger. Aug 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm comparing this agains the women's Alpinestarts SMX-5, and see the differences, however do not see why this boot is not "track" acceptable. Jan 25, 2012
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RyanMotonation: Hey MotoQT -

This is Ryan from Motonation, the US distributors of Sidi. We make the stipulation that we wouldn't consider this a track book because we offer the Vertigo Lei (http://www.revzilla.com/product/sidi-womens-vertigo-lei-boots) which offer more protection for riders taking it to the track.

The Fusion Lei can be used at the track or for aggressive sport riding. I wouldn't really call this a touring boot at all since it does have toe sliders, encapsulated heel cup protection, etc.

The SMX-5 and the Fusion Lei both offer similar support, so it would just come down to preference over which boot you liked more. But again, this is a Sport boot and created for such riding.

attached is a Sidi ladies boot lineup for 2012.
Jan 27, 2012
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CobaltGS: Hi MotoQT, Looking at the specs and the construction of the boot in the video, the boot has the external features I would expect on a track worthy boot. When he opened up the boot, I did not see any of the racing type internal protection - that may be the differentiator between a track boot and a touring boot, but that is my speculation. To be sure, I suggest calling RevZilla customer service to ask why the video says the boot wasn't designed for the track. Jan 27, 2012
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A shopper asked: I was wondering where these come up to on the calf. I have slightly larger calves and find some boots to be too small in that area. How do these fit around the calf and also how could I find out if they will fit? Mar 26, 2014
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Matthew A: They hit mid-calf (about 10 inches from the heel, inside the boot). The top 3inches of the Velcro flap, above the zipper on the inside of the boot, has a thick elastic piece to allow for variances of calf size. My wife's calves are on the smaller side & she has about a half to an inch of "give" around the calf area. The circumference of the top of the boot (where it hits the calf), with the Velcro secured at the widest possible attachment, is a snug 18 inches. Apr 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have been considering buying these boots for a while but I was wondering how do they do in rain? I have looked at the waterproof womens boots and it drives me nuts that they all look the same and there are really no style choices for women in waterproof section. Any info would help. Thank you. Dec 28, 2013
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Justin W: I've not ridden in a LOT of rain; but tackled a good 4 hours of heavy non-stop rain last year in them. I was soaked on the top, but my feet stayed DRY and relatively warm. I've been pleased thus far with these boots. Dec 30, 2013
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Mens and Womens Footwear

Footwear Conversion
EURO US MensUS Womens
36
3-3.54.5-5
374-4.55.5-6
38
5-5.56.5-7
39
5.5-67-7.5
40
6.5-78-8.5
41
7-7.58.5-9
42
8-8.59.5-10
43
9-9.510.5-11
44
9.5-1011-11.5
45
10.5-1112-12.5
46
11-11.512.5-13
47
12-12.5 
48
13-13.5 
4914 

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

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White/Black / 5.5/37 885777 SIS-FUL-WHBK-37 Available: Requires 2-4 business days processing time prior to shipment.
White/Black / 6.5/38 885778 SIS-FUL-WHBK-38 In Stock: Ships next business day
White/Black / 7/39 885779 SIS-FUL-WHBK-39 Out of Stock
White/Black / 8/40 885780 SIS-FUL-WHBK-40 In Stock: Ships next business day
White/Black / 8.5/41 885781 SIS-FUL-WHBK-41 In Stock: Ships next business day
White/Black / 9.5/42 885782 SIS-FUL-WHBK-42 In Stock: Ships next business day
White/Black / 10.5/43 885783 SIS-FUL-WHBK-43 In Stock: Ships next business day