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Good Light Stylish Riding Boot.
I bought these as an alternative to the hiking boots I wear in warmer weather. They're light enough to wear casually but have enough form to protect adequately from slides.
The tongue feels awkward when pulling them on, but it's not noticeable when riding. Fit is normal and the quality is high.
February 3, 2015
Good for the City
I bought these for short rides around Bangkok that involve a lot of walking off the bike. I was specifically looking for a normal-looking CE-rated shoe that would be comfortable riding and walking in the heat and humidity, and that did not have a water-proof membrane (I find they're never really that breathable, especially in footwear). This was the only shoe I could find that fit the bill.
After 2 weeks of daily use I'm pretty happy with the purchase. They are considerably less bulky and more comfortable to walk in than my CE-2 rated short boots, and the soles provide good traction even on slick surfaces. Of course the protection isn't as substantial as the heavier boots either, but they're a good trade off of comfort and walk-ability for urban rides.
Style-wise they easily pass for regular retro hi-top sneakers, and the protective features aren't noticeable at all. I appreciate that branding is kept to a subtle minimum. The pictures make these look like two-tone grey and black, but in person they are a more uniform black, with a subtle textural contrast between the canvas, (synthetic?) suede, and rubber panels. My 45s are true to size.
One complaint I have is that the design leaves several frayed edges of the canvas material exposed. I burnt these areas down with a lighter, but it looks like the fraying will return quickly with more use. There is also some excess material inside the shoe where the base of the tongue is attached, which tends to bunch up when putting them on and rub my foot for the first few minutes I wear the shoes. It usually flattens out on its own after a little walking, and I stop noticing it. The price is also a little steep compared to competitors, but few other shoes in this category hold the CE rating.
Overall I'm satisfied, and would buy other Stylmartin products, particularly if they release a CE-rated and non-waterproof version of the Indian.
April 13, 2014
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Jemal B:Danny, the "inserts" are not removable. I don't know if the suede is synthetic or not; I went to the Stylmartin website and there was no specification. I believe the suede is genuine and I would also disagree with Anthony that these are a 4 in terms of stiffness. I also own a pair of TCX X Street and I think these are very comparable.May 21, 2014
Jeffrey W:The toe area has some reinforcement but is not as sturdy as your typical motorcycle boot, but more than just a layer of fabric. I have a pair and like them for warm weather rides around town. In terms of protection they would be better than a high top basketball shoe but not as good as a touring motorcycle boot.Jul 14, 2014
Jemal B:I have a pair of these shoes/boots in addition to the denim non-waterproof TCX X-Street and I found them to be very comparable to each other if that helps. The toe and shoe in general is adequately stiff but comfortable enough to walk in.Jul 20, 2014
Lucas H asked:Is there any possible chance that this shoe could show up in a US 13? (roughly 47 based on the above chart). I was able to get a pair of Stylmartin boots in my size, but havent been able to find these in my bigfoot-based size. Thanks!!Aug 26, 2014