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Paul N: I have Sidi cycling shoes and like the quality.Jun 2, 2014
Jerry J: got a good web site and the video on the boot helped a lot.May 30, 2014
A shopper asked:I'm a female 5'6" riding a VFR700 sport bike. My feet touch the ground but with little to no bend in my knees. Do these have a minimum 2 inch heel? I am looking for a strong minimum 2 inch heel for a more confident feel of the ground. No tipping one way or the other. I would like to know the height of this boot and the waterproof boot. I live in Northern NV and would prefer the waterproof boot for those flash flood summer rainstorms. Look forward to hearing from you. DeeDeeNov 10, 2014
Lisa K:I had purchased these boots but they were too large for my feet. I do remember they have a very low heel/foot bed. Try the Dainese Women's Ixia D-WP Boots These are a higher boot, also waterproof and have a thicker footbed and wedge heel which should help you get the height you need. I'm in Florida and wear the Dianese's year round and they're very comfortable.Nov 11, 2014
A S asked:I’m a 5’6” female riding a Honda VFR700 Sport Bike. When both of my feet are down, they touch the ground lightly with no bend in my knees. I do teeter a bit from one foot to the other. I need a strong minimum of a 2 inch heel or higher for a more confident feel of the ground, preventing tipping one way or the other of either foot. How high are the heels of the Sidi Verona Lei and the Sidi Livia Rain Boots?
I live in Northern NV and would prefer the waterproof Livia Rain Boot for those flash summer rainstorms. Can you advise if the Livia Rain Boot is a warmer boot than the Verona Lei? We have 100 degree summer heat here. I was hoping to only need to purchase one pair of boots to use in all weather.
Look forward to your assistance. DeeDeeNov 10, 2014