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The Stylmartin Indian Boots are a great combination of comfort and protection with classic styling. Their waterproof and breathable lining combine with the anti-slip rubber sole makes this boot a great choice whether you are commuting or riding until the road ends. Uses a Vibram sole made in Italy that is comfortable and popular with the hiking / outdoor crowd for all-day comfort.

Black boots include a set of black laces as well as a spare set of green laces. The Black version features a greased full grain leather.

Brown boots include a set of brown laces as well as a spare set of red laces. The Brown version are made with natural tan full grain leather. The leather will lighten through brushing, with use, or bending it, gaining a unique coloring with a vintage effect, which enhance the classic dark brown color.


  • Full grain leather upper
  • Internal PU malleolus protection of both sides
  • Fast lace system
  • Anti-slip replaceable rubber sole
  • Padded collar
  • Antex breathable waterproof membrane

Note: RevZilla finds that the Stylmartin Indian Boots run about a half size large overall and a bit wide in the heel. Consider ordering a size smaller than you would typically wear.

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The REAL test is yet to come! Well so far so good. These are my first real purchase of a motorcycle boot. I've been riding now for 14 years and I've always just used work boots for all my riding. Going back to Alaska in June and wanted a waterproof boot to wear just in case I got caught in a short storm or just didn't want to put on my gaiters. I wear a size 11 US boot and went with a 43 originally. Poor choice. They just fit and felt a little confining so I decided to return them and get the 44. These fit way better. I've been wearing them at work for the last 2 weeks and on the occasional ride to see how they are going to work when it comes to the real ride. They have just about broken in since I've been wearing them to work everyday. I don't know how these will work walking around a rally all day or if you wanted to shop for 8 hours but wearing them at work for 8 hours they are pretty comfortable. I don't know about the rain yet as I haven't had the chance to use them in wet conditions. Also, don't know how they will work in the heat of the summer. I'm wearing two pairs of socks, one light moisture wicking and one heavier and love the fit. Great choice for my first real motorcycle boot. May 4, 2015
Looks good and feels good Bought these to go with a pair of kevlar jeans and wanted a different style than the plastic race boots I have (A* SuperTech Rs). These guys don't feel as protective as the race boots but overall feel great and feel like they would provide good enough protection in an off; maybe not reusable protection but good enough for at least one crash where your feet are the focal point. Style wise they are awesome and look good with jeans. Comfort is also top notch; I had an issue with the shifting pad digging into my toes the first day or two of wearing them but after a few weeks of wearing them everyday the leather has broken in nicely and now causes no issues. Overall I'd say these were a great purchase and definitely nice to have a pair of boots that look like a regular pair of dress-ish boots and not motorcycle boots. April 27, 2015
Good boot, not perfect for me I purchased these Stylmartin boots but returned them. I felt like the quality was certainly there and the fit was good, especially since I expect they break in nicely. I returned them because they were not as slim on top as I had hoped. When I'm weekend riding, I don't mind boots that scream motorcycle boot. But, for riding into work, I wanted something that blended more, thus the purchase of these. However, they were still too bulky for my liking. I have a pair of Frye boots that blend better under a pair of jeans. For someone not in an office setting and not as concerned about the slim fit, I think these are probably a great buy. April 22, 2015
Great motorcycle boot (brown red laces) Ok the good. They're awesome looking off and on over or under your pants. The comfort for me is about average to any boot but you do notice the built in protection at the toes and the ankles. They are waterproof I've been in them with a sprinkle and a down poor feet stayed dry. I did feel the cold after the outside of the boot was saturated though. When they're dry they're pretty warm with some thick socks. I ride an hour to and from work at night and early morning in ga where it's been down to mid 20's and by the end of the ride my toes were cold but not painfully. My cold tolerance feet, hands, and ears is very low IMO my feet and hands are almost always cold except in the summer. Idk if that helps any but I tried. The bad or not so good. Well the first for me is a plus with the brown boots and that is they blemish or pantina super easily and quickly. They run large in size like the reviews and video say. I normally wear 11-12 and went with the 11/46 and have about a half inch of wiggle room. My feet don't slide around in them except for when I do so purposely. At first it was awkward riding in them because of that extra room but that changed quickly. The price is worth it style wise mostly if not only. The protection is there but IMO wouldn't do much more than an average regular sturdy work boot would in a crash. Well that all I have to say about them. Hope my review helped. March 6, 2015
Initial impressions... So I've been sporting Doc Martens for half a year now and figured I really must get myself decent boots. Figured this is one area I shouldn't skimp, went with these. Let's talk SIZING. I am in real-world measurement supposed to be a size 8. But depending on regular footwear, I can be anywhere from 8-9. I have a Vans classics in 9 that is just a little too snug for me. I have a size 8 running shoe that is also snug as well unless I wear thin socks. My Dr Martens is 9, a little large but an in-sole with thick socks made it a perfect fit. So, basically I am 8-9. I'm guessing my feet runs a little wide which is why I have a fair discrepancy in size. I went ahead and ordered the 7/41 in these boots as per the recommendation. I was really nervous that I chose too small and would have to exchange it. I just got it and have been wearing in for the past 2 hours, size-wise, it is perfect. Not too snug. It is basically the same as being in the size 9 Doc Martens with an in-sole and thick socks. There is a complaint about the toe cup digging into you. Yes, I feel it. Its not necessarily the toe cup, but where the upper area passed the toe cup bends inward as you walk. This will dig in (and oddly for me its only on the left side). Luckily the boot is not too snug for me so the dig is uncomfortable but not painful. I'm sure if this boot was any tighter it would hurt like a ***** which is what is probably happening to some people. I'm also sure if I walk all day with this effect, I will not want to continue using the boots or need a large break from them. But I'm one of those people who just ride with their boots so it won't be bothering me much, as well as this is the break-in stage and theoretically that digging in should soften up or go away after break-in. So that's my initial impression. I do like the style but I am not a fan of the lighter colored stitching where the sole meets the boot which is only on the black one. Also I would've liked the red lace instead of the green optional but that is neither here nor there since I can easily buy a different color of lace. The fit is perfect for the size I chose so definitely follow the recommendation. So far so good, I'm digging these boots. No, that isn't a dig towards the dig. February 16, 2015
Beautiful boots which you won't mind wearing off the bike. If you commute by bike, want more protection than some moto high-tops offer, and plan on wearing your gear throughout the day, these boots might be what you are looking for. I've had them for 4 months and have worn them 5 days a week, all day, since the day I got them. In terms of comfort, they are in line with a pair of hiking or work boots. I can't vouch for their waterproofness past the 40 minute mark, but they have been ridden in the rain multiple times and have kept my feet dry. Yes the laces are too long, but you can do a second pass through the hooks, or you can get some paracord and make them whatever length you want. February 15, 2015
Excellent commuter boot. Has limitations. These are a solid pair of boots that stood the test of a cross-country trip from New York to Yukon, and up the Dempster Highway to the Arctic Circle. I have put them through 10,000 miles of riding, in all types of weather conditions. [Please note that these boots were oiled and fitted with new laces (provided) before I took the pictures. The original laces were almost completely shot.] If I had to boil my thoughts down to one sentence, I would say that these are fantastic all-round boots, perfect for short trips and commuting, however they are not built for the extremes. I will admit that I purchased these boots because I really like the style of them. I think the price point is a little high for what they are, but overall I'm happy with them. There are a few things to consider when buying this boot. These boots are not advertised as waterproof, which is true. In light rain, for less than an hour, they will keep you dry, which is fantastic for commuting. I have been in 8+ hours of heavy rain, and I had to resort to plastic bags over my socks. Like I said, they aren't advertised as waterproof, so you can’t hold it against them. They're comfortable in 90-degree heat, but they do not vent well once you're off the bike, so don't expect to be cool walking around all day — like any leather boot. I've also experienced riding in 22-degree weather, and if you have the correct socks, they're good for about an hour. After that you will start to feel the cold coming in. The boots take a little while to break in, and can be uncomfortable during that initial period. After which, they are very comfortable. The sole of the boot is very stiff, which is important for durability and safety, but limits the comfort for walking all day. Adding a gel insole is the perfect solution for that. Once the boot is fully broken in, be aware it will start to sag a little bit in the ankle area. I think there could have been a little bit of extra stiffness built in here, so that your ankle isn't as vulnerable to twisting. This is not something you will notice when the boot is brand new. As you can see in the difference between the product shots, and my photos (yes, mine did look brand new at one point). My last thought is for anyone out there with size 9 or smaller feet. You will quickly notice that the leather contact patch for shifting may not line up to your shift lever (see my photos). You could try to solve this by using an adjustable shift lever. Or you can live with having a worn out toe on your left foot. I really liked that feature, and it’s too bad that it proved useless in my case. Overall, I am very happy with this pair of boots. They will have a spot in my wardrobe for as long as they last. However, I think I will upgrade to something with Gore Tex, and more protective features, for multi-day trips and dirt riding. January 17, 2015
Great pair of well-rounded boots Perfect choice for my first pair of riding boots. These definitely match RevZilla's description and review of the boots. Comfortable enough to walk short/medium distances and stylish to use on a night out while still offering sufficient foot & ankle protection. As with everyone else, the size does run slightly large. I wear U.S. size 9 to 9.5 and the 8/42 boots fit perfectly. For those who mind, the leather tends to creak rather loud in quiet settings. Otherwise, I highly recommend these boots. January 5, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Jeffrey H: Italian style and the ability to resole them May 5, 2015
Justin M: Good user reviews, good video review Apr 10, 2015
B I: Styling and water proof. These look like the boots I'm currently wearing on my Harley. I've been using work boots and they came with steel toes. Not very water proof though. Hopefully these will hold up and get me through my next big ride to Alaska! Apr 4, 2015
Justin F: Like the traditional boot look and the safety features. Nothing flashy, but still a very nice looking boot. Mar 21, 2015
Jesse P: Great style and good reviews. Love the extra layer of protection for the shifters on both sides, perfect for riding my Guzzi or my buddies BSA. Feb 15, 2015
Paul V: good looks, good quality and protection Feb 6, 2015
Justin S: Stylish boot that provides good comfort and protection. Dec 29, 2014
Alejandro P: They look comfy, secure and good, besides they are waterproof. What more can you ask for? Nov 20, 2014
michael b: good pair of mid protection boots. The styling is good, and comfort is fantastic in these boots. In retrospect I would try to opt for something with even more protection, specifically a slightly higher boot with more protection for the shin, but after a low mileage accident I was well protected from a significant ankle twist and road rash. Bottom line If you want a boot for short distant trips and around time town it's a good choice. I am size 91/2 US and a size 43 fitted perfection. Nov 6, 2014
Edward H: Style and protection. Difficult combo to find these days. Oct 12, 2014
Yevgeniy D: who says you can't get timeless style while riding a motorbike? Sep 24, 2014
EnReVe: This is the first time I am buying motorcycle boots. I want to be able to wear these boots to ride and to work.
Looks very good
Sep 7, 2014
Mark Y: 8" lace up boot with a good design and brown color. Aug 27, 2014
Jason B: am returning black color. did not liked brushed finish. brown definitely is more my style. Aug 21, 2014
Jacob C: Waterproof, style, positive reviews. Aug 12, 2014
E R: Style and great reviews, both from Revzilla and previous buyers. Aug 5, 2014
Christian H: To match the jacket. Although I wanted the revit rodeos, but they seem to never be in stock.... hot item Jul 29, 2014
George A: seems like the best mix of protection and style (vs. other options available). Jul 1, 2014
Adam K: I have a closet full of riding boots and these are the only ones I wear. These are THE do it all boot no matter the weather. I rode through 2 days of rain and my feet remained completely dry. They look good and are super comfortable, I also wear them if I'm not riding. May 10, 2014
Patrick M: I have been looking for waterproof work boot style riding boot with ankle support and these look like they have it all. They also look like they are very high quality. Mar 24, 2014
Stephen W: Should make me look 50% more working class so that I fit in with the rest of the posers and then they won't be so mean to me at the cafe. Mar 13, 2014
Ricardo M: I need a boot for every day and not look like robocop Stylmartin looks really nice hope the quality is good. Feb 5, 2014
A T: look Oct 31, 2013
A shopper asked: Do these Stylmartin Indian boots get looser as you break them in? Wondering if a tighter size is better so that it stretches and breaks in for the perfect fit. Any thoughts? May 1, 2014
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Robert S: The boots do loosen a bit, by my experience not by much though. The boots are rugged and stiff in the beginning and do need some braking in. Once they are they are great and smooth. I went with the bigger size which were more comfortable, and in case i do need to wear thicker socks for a cold days ride. The loose fit can be adjusted quickly with a sole insert which will give a tighter fit. They are very comfortable shoes and in my opinion worth the investment. May 2, 2014
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David F: These are like other leather shoes or boots. They will loosen up, but I recommend that you order the boot that is true to the size you would order for any other leather boot. These are not the sort of boots one hikes around in a lot, anyway, because the attributes that provide protection also stiffen the bend in the ankle. May 5, 2014
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Leslee H: These boots do stretch and are fairly wide to start. Mine broke in after a few days. I am a fan and would re-purchase again. May 2, 2014
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Amer C: Not by much. They fit perfectly the first time I put them on and haven't gotten any looser. I would get a regular fit. May 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is this boot CE rated? If not, what is it missing? Feb 11, 2015
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"" ": I don't know if it is CE rated. It does have protection on the toe and side by the ankle bone.

It's a very comfortable boot.
Feb 12, 2015
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A shopper asked: Given your emphasis on the brand running large, do you think a 12/47 will fit my true size 13 feet? Nov 19, 2014
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Max Z: I usually wear a size 44 in EU sizing. Ordered a 43 and 44 to test out the "running large" factor people mentioned. I was especially concerned since I had to sell my last pair of boots for being painfully small (boots definitely do not stretch as much as gloves, for example).

In the end, I kept the 43 as they were a bit large as people mentioned. The 44 would have been too big even if the 43 is ever so slightly tight in the toe box.

Fair warning - it will need some break-in time for the crease to build between your ankle and toes above your foot. A few weeks in, it was all good.
Nov 19, 2014
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Patrick Q: I ordered one size smaller and still had room. Of course my size is a 10 narrow. Not sure that two sizes smaller would work. Too bad they don't come in half sizes but I am use to not getting good fits in shoes. Overall, I am satisfied with one size smaller than usual. Nov 19, 2014
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Andrew B: I think they definitely run 1-1.5 sizes large, so you should be fine with the 12/47.

I am a 9.5, bought a 9 and easily could've got an 8.5 if half sizes were available.
Nov 19, 2014
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Dennis H: I'll confirm that you need a whole size smaller in the Stylemartin Indian boot.
Why that is... I don't know. But it is.
Nov 20, 2014
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Jamie L: Yes.
You will be happy with the quality and fit. They leather breaks in quickly. After 4k miles mine still look great.
Nov 24, 2014
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A shopper asked: How likely, with all your customer experience, will the 12/47s fit my US 13 size feet? Nov 23, 2014
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Richard C: I found the boots a little too tight in width and length. I normally wear 12.5 and think I purchased 46. I ended up giving them away. Sorry I don't think its a lot of help. Nov 25, 2014
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Brendan C: I followed the advice to purchase on size smaller than my normal size and I am vey glad I did...there is no question that these boots run at least a size large. Nov 25, 2014
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Charles P: I wear a size US 13, and the 12/47's fit very well. Plenty of room for thick socks. These are the most comfortable boots I own (after about a month break-in). Nov 26, 2014
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Craig M: It's been a while since it tried them on. I did not purchase them. I recall that I felt like I needed a size in between the 47 and I guess the 46. Nov 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: I love these boots. I've been wearing them for about 7 months now. The only problem I have is that they still squeak. I thought the squeak would go away after the breaking in period but it hasn't. Have any of you have had the same problem?

Also my shift lad on the boot is quite worn out. Has it ripped or created a hole for anyone? I'm worried about that happening one day.
Nov 14, 2014
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Robert S: I love these boots and wear them almost every day too. I had them for about 11 months now. the squeak you are talking about will lessen. Mine hasn't disappeared completely yet. But it became more rare and most times not existent at all.

No major wear and tear on my boots so far.
Nov 14, 2014
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Amer C: I've been wearing them around the same amount of time. I'm not having an issue with squeaking. As for the shift lad, it is a little "bruised" up from scraping it against the shift lever. I don't think this should compromise the structural integrity of the boot Nov 14, 2014
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dennis g: Mine squeak as well when I walk. They are actually squeaking more as they age.
No problem with the shift pad
Nov 14, 2014
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Mark D: Hey there, had mine for about 6 months, never had a squeak sorry! Nov 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: How tall is this boot? Feb 11, 2015
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Patrick M: I wore these boots for one season now and really like them they are not heavy like a work boot but still have built in protection. The boots are 9" tall. Feb 12, 2015
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Rodney M: They're 9 inches tall and end up a few inches below my calf muscle. Feb 12, 2015
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Mark M: I returned these without wearing them. Feb 12, 2015
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A shopper asked: I wear a size 10 with a very narrow width. Shoe width "A". What size should I order for the best fit with my narrow foot? May 12, 2014
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Bruce G: These boots are very wide. Both my wife and I have wide feet and the ones we got still have ample room. I don't think that these ones will work for you. May 14, 2014
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Andrew B: To the best of my knowledge these boots don't have options for width. Overall though, it depends how you want them to fit... 9 might have a bit of room for you (width and length) and an 8 will be fairly snug. Since they lace up high over the ankle I prefer the slightly roomier fit around the foot so I can where insulated or CoolMax socks. May 16, 2014
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"" ": Hi Fellow biker,

The pair I bought was perfect, but my feet run wide. So for a narrow foot, these shoes tend to run wide. I purchased a 10.

Love them...fit my wide foot great and is very comfortable. Don't know what to say for narrow feet.
May 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: the size 11/46 is not what I typically see for conversion of sizing between Euro and US sizes.
46 Euro size is typically closer to a 12.5 in US so can you confirm sizing on these boots?
Oct 28, 2013
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Edisson C: You are correct in assuming that. I bought a size 8/42. However the boots sized on like a 9 instead. I would recommend going a size smaller; I would have had exchanged down to a 7 but that size was sold out. Oct 29, 2013
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Edward W: If I'm US size 9.5, should i get the 42 or the 43? May 2, 2014
NICOLAE B: I am size 9 1/2 and I got 43. The euro size 43 is 9 1/2 US and it is 9 UK. I like the way they fit, I don't like it to be tight and I had days I had them on the entire day and they felt great. May 2, 2014
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Edward W: If I'm US size 9.5, should i get the 42 or the 43? May 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi guys, I'm wearing a size 10 chuck taylor converse. Just wondering what size should I get? Apr 9, 2015
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Mark D: Hey there, I'm a US 11, so bought the same size without reading comments first. The boots are too big so I HAVE to wear thick work socks, fine for winter....not so good rest of year. Go a size smaller ;) Apr 9, 2015
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Patrick M: I usually wear a size 10 in boots and I ordered a size 43 and they fit great. Apr 9, 2015
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Mark Y asked: OK, so everyone at Revzilla says they run large but do any of you go "blue collar" with your boots?

From decades of Construction, I've learned to run two pairs of socks, thin slippery liners and thick cushion outer socks in all my boots. Sure on hot days I have to change my outer socks at lunchtime but my feet thank me for it.

So does Stylmartin's run large because people are only wearing one thin pair of gym socks?
Mar 24, 2014
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I actually wear the same pair of socks I wear with my dressing shoes. I don't sweat in these booths, also I don't feel they run larger, I have ordered mine true to my size of 9-1/2 and they feel excellent. I can have them on all day long and they feel excellent
Mar 24, 2014
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Edward W: You ordered true to your size 9.5? There isn't 9.5. Did you go with a size 9 or a size 10? May 2, 2014
Mark D: I want for my traditional size and I have to wear thick 'explorer' socks to make them fit well. They are a little big. May 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can the Stylmartin Indian boots be resoled? Jan 11, 2014
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Adam K: I don't know.

FYI.. I've been wearing these boots almost every day to break them in (It's no riding weather in the north east). These are very comfortable boots.
Jan 11, 2014
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Ryan S: Yes. Vibram specializes solely (no pun intended lol) on boot outsoles and can be resoled. Jan 27, 2014
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Wayne T asked: Hi guys, I'm wearing a size 10 chuck taylor converse. Just wondering what size should I get for this? Apr 9, 2015
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Juan G: The stylmartin Indian boots run one size big, look at the sizing chart and buy one size down. The boots are great, I highly recommend them. Apr 9, 2015
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John C asked: How stiff are these boots according to the "Anthony stiffness scale"? Mar 4, 2014
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Boyd T: Good question, I watched few reviews where he used a stiffness scale and I would have to say theses are a 6 or 7. The upper is flexible and comfortable around the calf and the ankle feels very secure (stiff here). Being tall boot when laced up it feels terrific and your foot is solidly covered. The lower half has the stiffness of a 7 but the real difference on this show is the sole. It's not some massive bulky sole, it's sleek, easy to walk in and doesn't feel cumbersome around the shifts and you can really feel the bike through your feet, in a good way. Like I said love the boot! Hope that helps Mar 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: General advice on Stylmartins is that they run quite a bit big. I very consistent in my fit, in about any sneaker, I wear a size 11. In Ecco shoes and boots, a 45 is perfect. What size Stylmartin Indian boots would be best for me? Dec 3, 2013
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Mark M: I wear a 10-10 1/2, normal width shoe. A size 45 was a little big for me. Dec 3, 2013
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Stylmartin Footwear Sizing

Men's US Size Euro Size Women's US Size
37 5.5
6 38 6.5
7 39 7.5
7.5 40 8
8.5 41 9
9 42
10 43
11 44
11.5 45
12.5 46

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

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