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Jennifer S: based on looks. All the other sneakers/boots look like I should be racing, riding a horse, or are a combat boot style. Wanted an everyday sneaker/boot and this was the best looking.Jun 2, 2015
william scott n: got this one for my wife, like the look and style of this shoe, and that it added some protection fro riding around town. it was between this shoe and the tcx womens x-street waterproof shoes. went with these due to the review on the tcx being stiff. she has riding boots and they are not that comfortable being on her feet all day.May 30, 2015
Elizabeth R: these were on my daughters birthday wish listMay 22, 2015
Justin M: bc my wife said it was pretty and she liked the reviews n video about itJul 13, 2014
Victoria R: I wanted a tennis to wear while I ride vs wearing a bootJul 1, 2014
Steven R. H: The shoe is attractive to me. Also, it had several favorable, well-spoken reviews. I just hope the shoe runs true to size. :)Jun 24, 2014
Jessica K: They look stylish and came in a size 10Jun 15, 2014
margeaux h: Colors and style. Good to wear to work without having to swap out for my normal riding boots (Sidi Vertigo Lei)Jun 13, 2014
Amanda W: A protective shoe that is still comfortable to walk in. There's also enough room in the toe box that my feet don't get smashed when I add my prescription orthotics. (Side note for others: the insole that comes in it is really flimsy, but comes out easily. I'd recommend replacing it with a comfy gel one from the local drugstore if you're going to do any walking in these.)Apr 19, 2014
Katrina P: I needed protective footwear that i could also walk around comfortably in since i commute to school. Plus they look sweet.Apr 19, 2014
Summer A: My current boots are so clunky and warm. I want something for warmer weather that also looks a bit more urban.Apr 6, 2014
cheryl m: Sneakers are more comfortable in the summer but now that I am riding more I wanted a little protection since we plan on going on longer rides. I can't wait to get back on my bike!!Apr 3, 2014
Kelly B: I choose this item because it's the first women's riding shoe that isn't a boot - and they look pretty badass.Mar 31, 2014
William M: Boots were too stiff and were too heavy for my wife so I ordered a pair of riding shoes and she likes the fit and weight very much.Mar 28, 2014
Amanda W:They just cover the "side bones" on the ankle. They have good extra padding there for protection, but they are not a "fully armored" shoe. They're about on par with the average "HD" ankle boot I've tried over the years. They should pass fine for a rider's course, but would not be allowed for any track events.Oct 2, 2014
Amanda W:It will be largely a matter of preference. These have a very large toe box. I always size up (8.5 average "just right" size), because I have custom orthotics that make the toe in almost every shoe/boot too tight, but a 9 in these still leaves me wiggle room on my toes! Not so much that they're clown shoes, though. They're very comfortable on the controls despite that little bit of room. Remember, too tight doesn't leave you any room to "wake up" your circulation on longer rides!Oct 2, 2014
Maria F:I would suggest the size 9. I wear anything from an 8.5 (work boots) to a 9.5 (running shoes) and I have wider feet. I purchased the size 9 and they fit perfectly. Just a little wiggle room at the toes and the heel feels secure.Dec 29, 2013
Alexandra M:I wouldn't say they are 100% waterproof. But I wear mine every single time I ride and have gotten them soaking wet and never have had a problem with wet feet. I can see how some water could probably seep in where the laces are if you're riding for hours in the rain. I've definitely stepped in some big puddles with them and had no problems. They also just wipe clean with a wet rag. Great shoe I wouldn't ride with out them!Oct 31, 2014
Amanda W:These have a standard "no slip" grip on the bottom. I've never had an issue with the grip, even in slightly gravelly situations (well, not more than expected due to the gravel itself - the shoe didn't make it any worse). They have good tread, but they are not a "lug" bottom like cruiser-style boots. If you do not like a tennis-shoe bottom, I would suggest looking for something with a heavier lug-type tread. If it's not specifically a riding boot, make sure it's listed as oil resistant!Oct 2, 2014
Maria F:Ive never had a problem with the grip, they're pretty good. Definitely better than your average everyday shoe but less than a full boot would have. I've worn them in the rain and didnt have a problem Jul 28, 2014
A shopper asked:Hi there, i am looking at buying these shoes my girlfriend. She has a small foot and is between a womans size 7/7.5. Her measurements are 23.5cm long with a 9cm wide. I can't find a size chart so can you please tell me what size is best for her?
Amanda W:I need a little lift, too! Darn our short legs! :) With the stock insole removed (I use a custom orthotic), the measurements from the bottom of the (still fairly new) tread to the footbed are 0.5" at the toe and 1.0" at the heel. A cushioned insole could make that even more (my orthotic insoles give me over a half inch more at the heel).Oct 2, 2014
So far docs are the only shoes that I feel comfortable riding with because of the extra height they give me. Is the height of these comparable? I don't wear tennis shoes so I don't know /:
May 29, 2014