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Speed & Strength Black Nine Moto Shoes

Features:

  • Leather upper
  • Molded toe, heel and ankle reinforcements
  • “Under cover” lacing system
  • Anti-slip rubber outsole
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Speed and Strength Black 9 Moto Shoes 4.5 5 74 74
Excellent first riding footwear I bought these in prep for my BRC course. I wanted something that would be protective, meet the "over the ankle" criteria, and something that I would feel comfortable wearing all day. These shoes meet every one of those standards. I love the look on these shoes, I actually would walk around wearing them while not riding and no one would even notice that they're motorcycle shoes. They're sturdy, and feel very secure on my feet. Getting my feet in at first requires a little oomph, but they're not super tight around my foot at all. Love the interior lacing holes, and the flat bottom. I'm hoping to get a few years out of these. September 17, 2014
Great every day riding shoe! This is my second pair because the first pair I bought was stolen. I liked them enough to buy another pair. One of the pull loops broke on my original pair so I've been careful with the second pair. These shoes are a great upgrade from a regular tennis shoe or skate shoe. They feel very firm and protective, and they're also very comfortable to walk around in. I live in Arizona and I have no problem with my feet getting too hot. I wear a skinnier pant and the shoe is sometimes a little too big to fit my pants over, so I didn't lace thru the top hole for style reasons, plus gives me a little more vertical ankle movement for braking and shifting. I'd definitely recommend this shoe as it's a great value for an every day rider. September 16, 2014
Functional with Excellent Style I really like these shoes, be warned though they are larger than your high tops and are similar in size to ankle high hiking boots. That being said they are comfortable, look good and offer great air flow. The air flow is so good I think they may be a bit cold in winter riding but they offer enough room for wool socks. They have held up to riding, and the soles deal well with my MX pegs. A great alternative to engineer's boots, and far safer than the chucks I used to ride in. September 15, 2014
Looks good. Fits well. Great bang for buck I have a large foot, normally a 13 or 14 size. Bought a pair of 13's and they fit great. So probably a larger fit. Not too stiff, can walk around quite easily or though heal cup was a bit stiff at first so may need to wear in. I would recommend for anyone looking for a good looking casual style boot with good protection. September 1, 2014
Holding up well and very comfortable I have been really happy with these shoes. They are very comfortable, breath pretty well and have held up well this summer. They aren't showing any real wear yet. Bottom line, I would buy these again. August 25, 2014
Fashionable and protective I've been wearing these for about 3 months now and I really like them. They look like regular sneakers under jeans but they still have the ankle protection I want out of my riding "shoes." The venting on these shoes is simply awesome. I can wear these all day in the heat just like I would my normal work boots and my feet don't get too hot that I'd need to take them off. When the bike is at speed you can feel the air moving through the shoes. The dirty look of the outsole makes the shoe look good even when you get them a greased up from the road. I'm getting a little bit of "glazing" on the insides of the shoes due to the heat of my midpipe and the proximity of my feet to them, but the disorder of the design of the shoe makes it less distracting. Maybe I should fix the heat shielding on my bike before I give fault to the shoes. Bottom line is: they're stylish and comfortable enough to wear around campus and out to eat while remaining protective. August 6, 2014
Just what I was looking for Am a new rider. Needed a shoe to ride around in in town and it works great. Looks like an ordinary sneaker but has great ankle and foot reinforcements. Also comes pre-scuffed so you aren't worrying about having white on your shoes haha. August 4, 2014
Love hate relationship right now Love the look and style of these shoes but the build quality is pretty bad. Within two weeks I had a tear formed on my left shoe. . I've written speed and strength about it and am currently waiting to hear back. The left shoe looks like it probably shouldn't have made it the through quality control as the materials don't like up like in the right and the tongue is scheduled crooked and bunches up at the bottom of the laces. DDespite the tear I really like the shoe and would love to give it higher marks but IF S&S isn't willing to work with me on fixing /rectifying the issue I cannot recommend this product. July 28, 2014
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Already Asked: 8 Questions, 72 Answers
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Brandon H: Wanted a good looking commuter boot. And this definitely fits the bill. Jul 30, 2014
Scott V: Wanted a sneaker for riding dual sport around town that was still comfy. Jul 16, 2014
Bryan G: Comfort, style and safety. A nice sturdy riding show that offers a great deal of comfort and keeps your feet cool during summer. Jul 15, 2014
Scott M: Great price and reviews said good things about them Jul 10, 2014
Dallan J: Cause they look freakin' sweet! And I love being able to be casual AND protected. Jun 24, 2014
Chris J: Comfort and style Jun 22, 2014
Duncan S: these look like great value for money Jun 17, 2014
Andre A: They are a comfortable riding shoe that double as a half decent looking street shoe. Jun 17, 2014
J O: Because the looked like regular shoes but gave the right protection when riding my bike, that way I don't feel like a Astronaut when I stop for a meal or a pitstop.... great quality and feel! Jun 10, 2014
Stephen D. C: Looking for a protective shoe that is also comfortable to walk in and didn't look like a motorcycle boot.. Jun 5, 2014
Kyle K: I was looking for a casual riding shoe instead of a boot. I love not having straps to deal with. Cannot wait to try them on!! Jun 5, 2014
Agustin G: Like the looks, want something light that can be used all day, good reviews.and price is reasonable. May 28, 2014
Craig F: Appears to be a good value compared to some of the other, higher priced, shoes. May 28, 2014
Nick E: They look sleek and stylish and had good reviews. May 28, 2014
Matthew V: Liked the look, wanted some boots that I could wear also as shoes. May 23, 2014
Debbie R: Great price & style for riding sneakers! May 20, 2014
Robert H: good reviews. nice styling. look like normal shoes. May 15, 2014
Gordon J: quick short rides in warm weather... casual dress ...gotta be mobile...and look ma best May 12, 2014
Keith C: Killer style & comfort for the summer! May 12, 2014
Daniel C: Really good reviews May 11, 2014
Jody Y: They look like regular shoes and they are made for protection! May 11, 2014
David C: trying you out. May 5, 2014
Warren W: Looks great, gives at least some protection. Apr 30, 2014
Andrew P: First rider looking for low-cost gear. These were stylish, doesn't require having to haul an extra pair of shoes around and still offers protection until I decide if I want a more expensive pair later on. Apr 30, 2014
Terrence M: I watched Anthony's review and read the posted reviews. I think this there are exactly what I have been looking for.
It is not a full on boot but does offer some good support. Just YouTube revzilla it is hard not to buy everything.
Apr 26, 2014
Jim W: I needed a pair of casual light weight shoes that could double for LOCAL riding and for off the motorscooter...I'm riding a 2013 Vespa GTS Super Sport, and a 74' Vespa Sprint and a 2006 KTM Adventure 950...not all at the same time=:-) Apr 24, 2014
Basil C: looks good and provides some protection for lower risk rides. Apr 22, 2014
Matt M: the best bang for the buck Apr 18, 2014
Alex W: Style, price, reviews Apr 15, 2014
kevin s: Good reviews Apr 13, 2014
Brian L W: Revzilla video showing the shoe and features. Revzilla reviews and comments...Style and functionality. This is my first purchase with Revzilla. Apr 9, 2014
Steve: Style and price is what attracted it to me. Plus I wanted a daily riding shoe that look good with jeans and I could walk around in. Apr 7, 2014
Michael G: price, reviews Mar 27, 2014
Ryan J: I want something more comfortable that I can wear both on and off my bike. Mar 23, 2014
Julio L: Good Recommendation, other reviews help in the decision. Mar 20, 2014
Joshua H: Looking for a shoe that doesn't look like I rode a bike to work. I wanted something that I can get off the bike and work for 8 hours in and not look like an idiot. These look slick and casual. Just hope that they look and feel good once they arrive...but the reviews thus far elevate most of that concern. Mar 17, 2014
Gregg A: Wanted an economical, safe riding shoe for my son as he rides with me on my bike. I also have something similar and these are the best types of shoes to wear when touring for the day and need to also walk around your destinations.

Revzilla also gives you the confidence to make purchasing decisions with the videos, feedback and no hassle returns. Thanks Revzilla. Truly #1
Mar 17, 2014
Sean H: I love the style, the casualness of the sneaker, and the protection in the ankle and toe area. It's obviously not as protected as a boot, but it's lighter, more flexible, and just what I need for the purpose of my riding (commuting to work).-HiGGiE
Update: Just bought my second pair (for different color)! BTW, I wear a 10.5 size sneaker and the 10s for these fit just fine; 11s would definitely have been too big.
Mar 11, 2014
Jake S: Wanted a comfortable all day riding shoe with reasonable protection. Mar 10, 2014
Christopher K: Wanted a more subtle riding shoe for my commute that was budget friendly. Feb 26, 2014
Paul M: it looks like a great riding shoe and I would rather have this than boots Feb 24, 2014
jerry r: My son liked there looks and it matches our gloves our jackets etc Feb 11, 2014
Gregory T asked: Do these shoes run true to size? And are they regular width or super wide or what? I only ask because there are no reviews for them yet. Thanks in advance. Feb 16, 2014
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Christopher K: I'd say they're pretty close to true, but I think they would benefit from having half sizes. Width is regular to wide, though I have a narrow foot. The 11 is comfortable and a bit roomy in the toe box. I'm typically an 11 sneaker, so I ordered accordingly. After having tried them on, I think the 10 would have been too small. If a 10.5 was available, that probably would have been perfect. Feb 28, 2014
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Sean H: I normally wear a 9 and just got them yesterday. The re-enforced toe is really strong so i can't feel exactly where my toe is but feels like I could go to an 8. I'm gonna order an 8 and send back the pair that is less true to size. If anything I'd say they run 1/2 to a full size big. They are very comfy though. I normally wear vans half cabs riding and needed something more. Feb 25, 2014
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Christopher K: Hey Sean, if and when you end up getting the 8 can you post back if you're better off? I'm thinking I may do the same going down to a 10 from an 11 if that's the case. Feb 28, 2014
Sean H: Christopher yeah I'm keeping the 8 they fit well. Mar 1, 2014
Sean H: Up just a tad and I will be good. Hope this helps. I like then a lot, but have yet to ride in ten. I just hope they're not to talk so that the clutch is hard to stay with. Mar 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: I was looking through their website and comparing shoes and noticed that the "run with the bulls" have both ankle protectors and reinforcements, meaning that there is a difference between the two. The black nines says that it has toe, heel, and ankle reinforcements but does not mention anything about protectors. So, my question is, what is the difference between reinforcements and protectors? Apr 14, 2014
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Sean H: I can guess at what protectors and reinforcements are, but am not sure. There is reinforcement in the ankles and the toe is pretty hard, but there isn't any part of the shoe that is super solid. They are comfortable and I feel good about riding with them in the city. But if you're looking for the absolute most protection you may want a different shoe. Apr 14, 2014
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patrick m: I think the difference between reinforcement and protection is just marketing terms there probably one in the same. And the black nine is more on the boot side where the running with the bulls is more of a writing shoe so I think the black nine probably offers more protection Apr 14, 2014
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Christopher K: I have the black nines and can only comment on them. The toe and ankle protection feels more like material reinforcement rather than a full impact resistant plastic insert which may be what they're referring to when they say "protector". Hope that helps. Apr 14, 2014
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John S: I have both sets of shoes. The black 9 feel a lot sturdier and more protective IMO. Apr 18, 2014
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Ariel G asked: Whats up guys?

I already own a waterproof shoe, the TCX X-RAP WP. Those do not breathe in the summer though. I was planning on buying these for the summer weather when its 75+degrees farenheit.

Can anyone whom already owns these shoes comment on their breathability. I only found one review mention their breathability. I also plan on buying the REV'it Tour summer socks just to avoid getting sweaty feet.

thanks!
Apr 21, 2014
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William H: Hey! Love the shoes, super comfortable didn't find them to breath that much tho. Plan on wearing them all summer if possible. Good luck


Bill
Apr 21, 2014
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Scott V: I have only worn them inside this far but they get pretty warm so far. Definitely has thick padding and the armor doesn't allow much air flow Apr 22, 2014
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Jonathan F: They feel pretty breatheable. While riding, with my foot turned a certain way I can feel a breeze go thru the shoe. Apr 21, 2014
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Adam D: I wouldn't say they are more breathable than any other leather high top tennis show. But I will say they are damn comfortable. They blend in with my normal clothes so I can ride to work loosen up the laces and not feel like I'm waking around in riding boots all day. Apr 22, 2014
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Sean H: I personally find these very breathable. I ride with them to work in 60-75 degree weather 5 days a week (San Francisco). I actually got these shoes not only for the casual look, but the fact that my previous boots were NOT very breathable.

-HiGGiE
Apr 22, 2014
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John M: Great! For summer riding. I have it for about a couple months now and it very comfortable and breathable. Good price too. You can not go wrong with these. Also I weared it walking around too. I hope my feedback help your guys out. Ride on, my brother! Apr 21, 2014
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Duane J: Ariel
I have bought all three colors and just love them to death....an alternative to heavy leather boots....my feet DO NOT overheat at all.....I would highly recommend them to you...

Duane J
Apr 21, 2014
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Mitch W: I Have been wearing these for about seven weeks, sometimes all day in 70 to 80+ degree heat and find them to be very comfortable and breathable. Apr 23, 2014
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Ariel G: Hmm. Two opposing answers. Thanks for your reply guys Apr 21, 2014
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Gabriel M asked: I'm leaning towards the Tan, but i'm wondering if anyone have any experience with the shifter rubber rubbing off on the top of the left shoe? Apr 17, 2014
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Jeffrey T: I accidentally hit submit without finishing; I have the tan boots, which look great - but I do have black marks from the shifter on my bike.

Personally, I don't mind it. While at first I thought I ruined my brand new pair of boots, I rationally figured it was unavoidable and then convinced myself, "it looks cool because it shows I ride"
Apr 18, 2014
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Clark S: Gabriel, I've put about 600 miles on my new pair of gray ones this weekend and you can see where the shifter was but there is no black rubbing, only a little visual wear. Apr 18, 2014
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John S: I have the tan. I just used them for the first time this past weekend. Did about 120 miles with no problems. They still look like they just came out of the box. Apr 18, 2014
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Matt M: I've been commuting with them for the last month or so and they are holding up fine. (40 miles each way; 5 days a week so over 1.5k miles at a minimum.) Apr 17, 2014
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Richard D: Don't worry about the looks, When you ride you don't dress for the ride, you need to dress for the fall, remember full helmet, body armor and boots Apr 17, 2014
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scott b: No, the toe part is not actually rubber it is the same material as the rest of the shoe. I don't have the tan but I'm sure it looks good tho. Apr 17, 2014
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Jeffrey T: I got a nice darkened spot on my left toe from just a couple days of riding.

Personally, I d
Apr 18, 2014
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Ryan J asked: Waterproof? Also, I'm wondering whether I should get black or tan. Would like to walk around with tan shoes but worried that they will show dirt, or maybe black from the shifter. Cosmetic question I know, but I'm just an over thinker sometimes. Thanks in advance. Mar 21, 2014
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William H: I bought the black color, love the looks and very comfortable. Word of caution I pulled maybe a little hard on pull tab and ripped leather. Speed and strength had me email a picture and I had a new pair the next day! I'm thinking about buying a second pair in the brown. Enjoy! Mar 22, 2014
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John S: Haven't had any issues with the shifter rubber rubbing off on the tan. Apr 18, 2014
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William H: P.S. Not sure about waterproof Mar 22, 2014
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Ariel G: Waterproof option? Apr 10, 2014
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A S asked: I wear a ten and a half shoe so should i get a 10 or 11 size shoe? Feb 27, 2014
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Christopher K: I'm an 11 shoe and the 11 feels a half size large so you may be just right with the 10. Feb 28, 2014
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John S: Same here. I had 11 in Speed and Strength Running with the Bulls and I felt they were too big. I went with the 10 on the Black 9. They're a little snug and tight getting them on, but I feel the fit is a lot better. I would definitely lean towards the 10. Apr 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: How does this shoe compare to the protection offered by the Cortech Vice WP Shoe? Is the sole stiffer, and what about the reinforcement in the toe box and heel? Mar 9, 2014
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Walter G: I have worn these about a half dozen times. I will call it good stiffness and protection all around. They are OK to run errands in but I wouldn't want to spend all day at work in them. I felt the lacing system looked juvenile. I punched holes in the eyelets and laced normally. Very good shoes for the price. Mar 9, 2014
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