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Sidi Charger Boots

Sidi, continuously researching new technological solutions to enhance rider safety, is proud to present the Charger boot. With Sidi’s great style, feel, support and quality there are no finer performance off road boots in the world.

Heel Detail: Three extended ribs are featured at the back of the boot to assist the rider in making upshifts with his heel when starting a race. Rigid, shock resistant, anatomically shaped heel for maximum protection.

Non-Bootie Designs: Sidi boots do not incorporate inner booties into their design, and for good reason. Booties make the design larger and cumbersome; add to the boot’s thickness, which interferes with shifting, plus the inner booties retain body heat affecting the rider’s performance and comfort.

Single Flex System: Utilized on the Charger boot the Single Flex System offers the rider free movement forward and backward while limiting its side to side deflection thus offering the rider maximum comfort and strength.

Buckles: Sidi’s exclusive cam-lock buckle system is acknowledged as the finest system on the planet. It must be as most of Sidi’s competitors have attempted to copy various aspects of it. The cam-lock buckle system incorporates a strap memory retention system. Adjust the straps once and they will be at the same position for every ride after that! No more readjusting for every ride or mid-day during a ride.

Toe Areas: The tip of the toe on the Charger boots are covered with plastic to protect the base material and seems against abrasion from brush etc. Plastic shift and brake lever guards on the top of each foot area.

Heat Shields: Each Sidi boot is equipped with an anti-heat undressed leather protection panel at the same height of most motorcycle’s exhaust heat shields.

Replaceable Parts: Every bolt on component of each Sidi off road boot is available separately. Riders can change the various components to replace items that have worn or have been damaged in a crash or to make a custom colored boot to match his/her personal taste.

Composite Insole: Sidi is the only manufacture to use a composite insole that is anatomically shaped to the rider. A cushioned liner is provided that can be removed if the rider desires a more roomy fit. Sidi does not use steel shanks riveted to its insole like most manufactures, details such as this enable Sidi boots to enjoy a multi year service life versus the competitors multi month lifespan as over time, a steel shank can deteriorate, rust and fracture exposing the rider to injury.

Lining: Cambrelle is a lining that, due to its particular polyimide structure, guarantees a rapid drying rate after the boot gets wet or sweaty. This prevents the onset of mold forming which extends the boots lifespan dramatically. The Teflon treated mesh panels in the rear calf area of the boot allow humidity to escape while the boot is in use.

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Awesome boots with good protection My primary consideration when purchasing off road boots is protection, and these boots do a wonderful job. They paid for themselves during their first ride when I high sided in the mud. The bike landed on my foot and, judging from the pressure, probably would have broken it had it not been for the strong ankle and shin protection. I've compared these to their big brother in the Sidi line up and think they offer the same level of protection. They just don't have all they extra bells and whistles. They might seem expensive, but for the level of protection they offer, and overall durability, I think they are a great value. I've had them bushwhacking though palo verde groves and cholla cactus, though muddy running washes, and over arizona volcanic rock and they still look almost new. Looks like they will last a good long time, and they are comfortable too. If they fit you, and you're on the fence, Id say buy them. Ps. They do loosen up a little bit after the first couple of rides. February 16, 2015
Great for Adventure Riding I've worn these boots for my last two yearly Adventure Riding trips. First year was COBDR on a KLR 650 and this year AZBDR on a BMW 1200 GS. The boot offers maximum protection especially if you drop a heavy bike on your leg. These boots are comfortable and adjustable. The sole is very stiff. That is the only downside I could see. These are made for riding and protection. I highly recommend them. December 29, 2014
Very nice for my first pair of boots But they're taking forever to break in and they're very noisy (squeaky). I got them and the next day did 6 hours of trail riding. On the first ride I did miss a bunch of shifts so I moved the shifter up one notch and that seemed to help. I wear a size 11.5. I ordered 11.5 and they fit perfectly. The buckles are very secure, stylish, and easy to figure out. The day after my first ride I wore them to walk the dogs in the park (about two miles). Still not broken in. The leather is still stiff and squeaks when you walk. I love the look and styling. I ordered the all black version. I'm guessing when they finally loosen up they'll be awesome. If they don't eventually loosen up I'll be in the market for an extra long shifter and some leather oil to stop the squeaking. November 18, 2014
Stout boot, although some cautions This was my first ever pair of dedicated off-road boots. After many years of street riding, I started some enduro riding on a WR250R this past summer. A friend with many years of off-road riding experience strongly suggested stiff, MX-style boots. I tried on the Chargers in a local shop and later bought a pair from Revzilla. The majority of my shoes and boots are size 11.5, halfway between standard width and I-definitely-need-a-wide-version. The 11.5/46 Chargers fit me pretty well overall, like snug everywhere. I have two problems with the boots, though. Firstly, I had no idea that it was possible to buy motorcycle boots that would provide so little feel of the foot controls. The only way I know that I’m using the rear brake is when the rear wheel is locked up. I guess I’m not much of an off-road rider yet that I still need to feel the shift lever and brake pedal. Or maybe the brake is supposed to be used simply as an on-off switch off road, I don't know. Secondly, the panel that holds the wedge in front of the lowest buckle on one of the boots causes a pressure point on the outside edge of my foot. If you buy or try on these boots, make sure you walk around and “feel” for this pressure point before you go out and use the boots. If I would have known about these things, I probably would have tried the Agueda or Discovery Rain for a slightly less stiff feel and smooth sides. I’ve heard that the Gaerne Balance Oiled might also work better for me. Minus one star for the pressure point. Overall, a serious off-road boot; just not so great for me. October 21, 2014
liked the service the quality , make and the gear is really very good it will make my ride much safe for my legs December 26, 2011
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Michael B: Bang for the buck. Jan 29, 2015
Stefano S: your video Oct 18, 2014
Jason L: good reviews Oct 5, 2014
Jeff P: I like Sidi quality and features. I have narrow feet and love the fit of my SIDI cycling shoes. Jan 14, 2014
A shopper asked: I have always been a alpinstar fan, I'm in the market for new boots, and thought I'd look at these. My question is how well do these hood up in the enduro type of riding? Also I wear a size 13 in all my riding boots, would I be ok In a 13 in the charger? May 10, 2014
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Mike C: Added the Charger to replace my Combat Touring boots. Those were good and will be relegated to Harley duty. These are more stout, much more firm sole is great for all day on the pegs. Plenty of protection and the toe still gives some feel not plastic or overly bulky. Heal is strong and comfortable to heal ride and toe brake on severe down hills. Dropped the bike on my foot last ride and the peg broke the fall on the arch of my foot. Visions of a broken foot flashed in my mind as it crashed down and amazingly no pain? I really flinched expecting it to hurt but nothing. I have full confidence . Pleased and and expext long life. May 10, 2014
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mark h: I use the charger for 100 % enduro well mostly tight technical single track. The boots couldn't be any better for the price I love them. Way better then my buddies tech 8! They are light and and easily take the beatings I've been giving them. As far as size I went off the chart and they fit great. I'm never buying a different boot again unless I decide to drop more money for the crossfire 2 May 10, 2014
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ERIK O: The sidi chargers hold up well in the trails well made and comfortable great protection. The only problem I had is that the toe kick shield hardware keeps coming loose and I lost one. As far as size goes pretty standard, I have no regrets and would recommend them. May 14, 2014
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joel m: I wear mine in the woods, water, track and every place else and love them. One time I even crashed on pavement hard and they held up, they also have replacement hard parts. Will be my next pair again for sure, worth the big coin. May 10, 2014
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A shopper asked: I currently have a pair of Sidi Crossfire 2 SRS. I've worn them about 7 rides...I'm a woods rider. The Crossfires feel heavy and I dont have that Tactitle sensation I have from my old AXO's. Now I know that my AXO's dont offer as much protection and are really broken in, but they feel like tennis shoes compared to the Crossfire's. Im looking at replacing the Crossfire's with the Chargers, but curious if I am going to get more Tactile feel for breaking and shifting, less weight, but still have good protection? Sep 24, 2014
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Peter W: Hi, in my case it was similar. I used to have some Forma ATV boots and bought the SIDI Charger boots.
I´m into adventure touring and was looking for more protection, wich is well covered with the chargers but, they also feel heavy and stiff. I lost the tactile sensation as well.
I´m not really familiar with all the boots but I think if your looking for tactile sensation you have to go for SIDI Agueda or SIDI TRial Zero boots.
Hope this helps you
Sep 25, 2014
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Craig P: I ride about every weekend on a Honda 450X. I live in Reno Nv. and the boots feel very light. I've rode about 20 rides with these boots and I enjoy them alot. I would recommend them for you. Sep 24, 2014
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ERIK O: I'm not sure about tactile feel but I'm happy with the way they perform great protection had no issues but the metal toe kick always works loose I would recommend the chargers Sep 24, 2014
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Juan Carlos V asked: Hi what is the sole height of this boot I need to raise my height at least 1 inch so I could lay my feet on the ground? Would this boot help or should I use a sole riser? Nov 13, 2014
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Ray T: Have had a pair of the Charger boots now for over a year and for me these boots fit like a glove (I do not have a wide foot). To answer the question about sole height, the heel piece itself is about an inch high with the remaining sole maybe a little over a half inch (5/8") high, so not sure I'd count on getting true inch of height that you are looking for. I compared the sole height of the Chargers to my running shoes (New Balance running/jogging shoes) and in fact it would appear that the sole height of the running shoes and the Chargers are similar. So, if a pair of New Balance runners don't get you the sole height you are looking for then the Chargers likely will not. A lower seat on the motorcycle may be the best solution, however will leave that with you. These are great boots, as long as they fit the individual's feet, as is the case with any type of footwear (runners, ski boots etc.). Hope this is of some help.

Nov 15, 2014
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Peter W: The boot will not raise you that much Nov 25, 2014
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A S asked: How narrow does the calf circumference go on these? I am size 46 and have a thin calf, ~13-14" at 14" from the deck. Dec 28, 2014
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Ray T: Have the same size (46) Charger boot and pretty much the same calf size as you. Am able to adjust the top buckle and top velcro strap to my calf circumference without any problem (with high socks and in-the-boot pants). I typically wear a D width running shoe and have a slightly narrower heel and for me the boots fit great and have been comfortable from day one. Am very pleased with the fit and quality of these Charger boots. Jan 6, 2015
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A shopper asked: I'm looking at the charger, or the adventure gore-tex for off rode use. I like a boot with a decent amount of ankle flex for shifting. (never liked hard plastic boots) Which of these models would have the most ankle flex? Also would a boot in the SIDI line with the double hinge system be better in that aspect? May 29, 2014
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Craig P: The double hinge is the better. These boots do not flex that well. Although I do enjoy the boots very much. May 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have a pair of Sidi on the Roads in 11.5 46 they fit very well .I'am looking to get a pair of Chargers but I hear they run a little small. What would you suggest for size? Thanks for the help . Ride Safe CB Dec 11, 2011
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Chris K: SIDI boots run a bit small in general, however, if you already wear SIDIs in a size 46, you should be fine. Also, the Charger runs a bit wider than the rest of the lineup. Dec 22, 2011
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Mens and Womens Footwear

Footwear Conversion
EURO  US Mens US Womens
36 3-3.5 4.5-5
37 4-4.5 5.5-6
38 5-5.5 6.5-7
39 5.5-6 7-7.5
40 6.5-7 8-8.5
41 7-7.5 8.5-9
42 8-8.5 9.5-10
43 9-9.5 10.5-11
44 9.5-10 11-11.5
45 10.5-11 12-12.5
46 11-11.5 12.5-13
47 12-12.5
48 13-13.5
49 14
50 15

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

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 8.5/42 475153 8117732071153 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 9.5/43 475154 8117732081152 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 10/44 475155 8117732101157 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 11/45 475156 8117732121155 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 11.5/46 475157 8117732131154 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 12.5/47 475158 8117732141153 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 13/48 475159 8117732151152 Available: Requires 2-4 business days processing time prior to shipment.