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Sidi On Road Gore-Tex Boots

An ambitious new design with Top Grain leather and a Gore-Tex waterproof / breathable membrane these boots are Guaranteed To Keep You Dry.  These will be one of the most comfortable and protective on road boots you can purchase.


  • Top grain leather construction
  • Equipped with a GORE-TEX waterproof-breathable membrane
  • Secure multi VELCRO® brand closures closure system
  • Full length inner gaiter
  • Rigid nylon innersole
  • Composite inner sole
  • Removable arch support
  • Internal heel protection
  • Internal ankle protection
  • Internal toe protection
  • Leather toe shift-brake pad
  • Padded shin plate
  • Double stitched in all high stress areas
  • Ankle cup
  • Bonded non-slip lug type sole

Mens and Womens Footwear

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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

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SIDI On Road Gore-Tex Boots 4.7 5 115 115
Standard boot Fit is pretty true to size. I usually wear 9.5 or 10US, and 43 fit well. Comfort level is good on and off the bike. The sole insert is pretty thin, so i may replace it. They are comfortable enough to walk around in. Heavy boot sole, with enough ankle flex to make walking comfortable. They did get a few scratches just from a few normal rides, I was suprised by that, but I'm not concerned about it. I wore them in 80deg weather with some moisture wicking sock, and they were very comfortable. May 9, 2015
Well made, comfortable boot Break in took some patience, as this is an all leather boot it conformed to my feet and after a week or so they became very comfortable. It's too bad this boot is being replaced with a product made from man made materials. March 15, 2015
A repeat customer After at least 15 years of use, I replaced my On Road Sympatex boots with the latest Gore-Tex model. The old pair served me very well - they were (and are) comfortable, durable and waterproof. I only briefly considered other boots before choosing to go with the Sidi On Roads again. My only gripe with my former boots is that the velcro eventually came loose from the closure straps. If you do some research on various forums, you'll see this is not an uncommon complaint. At one time or another, I re-glued (and sometimes re-re-glued) all of the velcro pieces with either contact cement or Shoe Goo. On the new boots, the upper closures are much larger and the velcro is sewn in place. However, the velcro on the two lower fasteners still appears to be glued. Hopefully, Sidi is using a better quality of glue these days. If all of the velcro was stitched in place, I'd give these boots a solid 5 stars. They run slightly large. I normally wear a 10 , and these are just a bit big. A pair of gel-type insoles to replace the OEM insoles take up the slack and give more walking/standing comfort. I also own a pair of Sidi mountain bike shoes, and they are just as good as their motorcycle boots. March 12, 2015
Great product. This is my second pair of Sidi boots. The first pair lasted over 100,000 miles of long distance riding. These boots fit great right out of the box, no break in required. The only challenge is going from a smooth sole to the lug sole. The feel is different on the shift and brake levers, but just a matter of getting used to it. The lug sole is far better when off the bike and hiking around the country side. February 7, 2015
Waterproof and all daycomfort This is my second pair of Sidi On Road boots. My previous pair has been worn almost every day since 2008 with over 200,000 miles of riding in them and they were getting a little worn out but they are still waterproof! These boots are as advertised. My next pair will be these same boots . January 12, 2015
These boots run big. These boots do not come in size 12!!. I ordered and receives the boots in a few days. They were just as advertised. I ordered 12.5 and found them much to big. I'm bringing them back for 11.5's. I live 5 hrs away from the retail store. I'm bring them back in person and spend the week-end in Philly. January 5, 2015
great boots! A fine blend of Italian craftsmanship and American needs, these boots meet all my expectations. I love the comfortable fit and the practical styling.. They are sized a bit larger than their European counterpart, which allows for a real good sock. A good coat of snow-seal keeps them clean and soft. I love the boots! December 29, 2014
Dangerous, sloppy fit About 10 years ago I had Sidi On Road boots as my "rain/adventure" boot. Their lugged outsole gave firm grip, and there was no zipper to break. Unfortunately this latest generation of On Roads has a sloppy, bag-like fit. (Yes, I know how to size boots properly.) I can lift my heel almost an inch and a half within the boot. Walking down the street, my foot slips up and down within the boot. Gear shifting is sloppy as the heel "falls" down. Today, I put my foot down to support the bike in traffic, and it slipped on some sand. The boot's sole flopped inward; I almost twisted my ankle and almost dropped the bike. I tried the Sidi Tour Gore-Tex and they had the same sloppy fit. Returning the Tours, and selling these. Poor show, Sidi. I will buy cheap disposable Icons that at least fit from now on. December 18, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Charles B: Waterproof. May 23, 2015
C D: Sidi boots are well made and fit my feet well. The pair I currently have were purchased 13 years ago, and have about 60,000 miles on them, and still look great. I also have Sidi cycling shoes, and they are equally well made. Apr 2, 2015
Jerry A: Over 100,000 miles on my old Sidi boots.. Every time I put them on I'd say "Happy Feet" .. Why would I buy another brand? And now the on road is goretex. And has a lug sole. I'll let you know after these have the next 100,000 miles Mar 22, 2015
Roger W: I have been wearing this boot for 15 years. My feet have never been cold nor wet. They are my choice for cold and/or wet European trips as well. Very comfortable walkers and quick on/off at security. I ride BMW adventure and HD road glide, great for both. Mar 18, 2015
Gail B: Wanted some good water proof boots and size 15s don't grow on trees. Feb 16, 2015
Gilbert J: In the market for a tall all purpose 3 season boot. Currently wearing a 11 inch high TCX goretex boot that performs well but is short and allows air to enter. Feb 16, 2015
Debra S. S: PERFECT Feb 12, 2015
Brian Y: Do not want wet feet! Wore Gore Tex when it first came out in the Army Airborne back in 1987, and it is a truly awesome material! AATW!! Jan 24, 2015
David K: Because my current pair of Sidi boots have been great for over 100,000 miles of sport touring but are becoming "long in the tooth" and showing a bit of wear. They have been a great boot and I wouldn't think of changing brands. Jan 16, 2015
John A: Wanted boots high, waterproof and good looking. Jan 14, 2015
Robert G: Quality of boot. Quality of video. Jan 8, 2015
Chris L: Need some good boots for long range sport touring, and this boot was the only one I could find that I liked the looks of and was available in size 15. Dec 24, 2014
Charles B: Waterproof, good protection, affordable. Dec 18, 2014
Dennis N: Great boots for the road! Nov 30, 2014
bret s: looking for a protective touring boot that reaches my calf Nov 19, 2014
charles j: Needed a good pair of touring boots and a warm winter pair Nov 17, 2014
richard l: had gt sidi for many years.wanted good strong high top boot without flashy motorcross type buckles for road riding Sep 6, 2014
david M: SIDI motorcycle boots are one of the best motorcycle boots ever. lots of good reviews for it were written in magazines as well as verbal reviews and videos. also GOR TEX membrane was hard reason to make this choice. Sep 6, 2014
G I: The explanation and description from the video presentation matched my needs. Aug 20, 2014
Craig F: Just road 2700 miles in these boots. The weather swings were from 59 to 119 degrees and rain. They're awesome! Aug 13, 2014
Shelby E: These boots are awesome. What else is there to say. They fit perfectly and Revzilla delivered flawlessly.

Thank you,
Aug 6, 2014
J A: The stitching on the pair I have been wearing for the last seven years is coming undone. Jul 28, 2014
KIRK D: Lightweight, waterproof, great reputation Jul 21, 2014
William A: I've had 2 other pairs of SIDI boots . They are high quality and fit my feet. Jul 11, 2014
Roger F: I finally wore out my first pair of SIDI ON ROAD boots--after nearly 15 years! They were amazingly comfortable boots for sport-touring and walking at my destination. They've ridden through plenty of heavy rains, and never a leak. If the new ones are anywhere near as good as the old ones, they'll be great! Jul 10, 2014
Douglas C: SIDI made-in-Italy quality, Gore-tex, very easy to take on and off for the amount of coverage and protection they offer. Grease-resistant sole really works...put my foot down in a puddle of motor oil while parking my bike in a dark garage and didn't go down. I certainly would have in my old boots. Jun 25, 2014
DANIEL K: I wore Vendramini Marathon Steel for many years, but find the Sidi on-road to be every bit as comfortable and waterproof and quality-built (at a better price--but, neither are low cost). The soles are reliably non-slip even on diesel and water found at service stations. I bought my normal shoe-size, and they fit well. Jun 9, 2014
Lynne G: I wanted to have a 100% waterproof boot. My Sidi Adventure Rain boots were not waterproof. May 26, 2014
James W: Best boots ive purchased in a long while,great for off road adventure riding or touring.Waterproof even in total downpours.Highly recommend these boots,a little break in period a few days and that's it. May 22, 2014
Antonio N: Great quality, very professional product that will last for years May 15, 2014
Frank G: I have had a pair of SIDI boots for about 8 years as my primary boot. The only thing that ever went bad was a zipper pull broke off (which I replaced). Finally, the soles are worn out. This On Road boot looks like a fantastic replacement, and I like the "no zipper" velcro fastening system. May 4, 2014
Richard G: My current pair of boots are a bit too small and they no longer are water proof. I wanted a boot for touring, water proof, good protection and highly recommended. Apr 27, 2014
Wayne H: I have had these boots for 5 years and they have been a perfect fit from day one! Dry and comfortable. Now my Wife needs a new pair of boots and I can't think of anything nicer to keep her feet happy. Apr 14, 2014
Leonardo K: Most comfortable next to a pair of almost $500 Daytona boot at the revzilla store Mar 28, 2014
Rejean H: reviews Mar 18, 2014
John L: Waterproof, no pesky zipper, easy on/off, tall, real sole. Mar 4, 2014
John C: so many good reviews on these boots, the good looks and being that they are gore-tex. The price has held me back but I can no longer resist the need. BAM! trigger pull Feb 11, 2014
Matthew B: I researched Gore-Tex boots for at least a month before making a purchase. These are a must for any adventure-tourer that wants one boot to accomplish a great many tasks - from riding to walking in all weather conditions. Feb 11, 2014
Robert K: Quality, protection, waterproof, style Feb 9, 2014
Ross B: All the reviews on these boots were positive. I need a boot with versatility, for everyday riding and when I venture offroad, also something I can easily walk in. Hopefully these will match the bill. Jan 25, 2014
Joan M: excelent ratings Jan 4, 2014
Tom S: ""Revzilla is a one stop shop for almost everything I need for my bike. Prices are comparable to other sites. Shipping is free even to military FPO/APO addresses. They will make attempts to price match items if you find them cheaper at other sites. Returns are relatively easy. No restocking fees. There are many videos available for product overviews. Friendly customer service. Great advice from knowledgable staff. They give you honest and practical "advice" based on the type of riding you do and don't just try to sell you on the most expensive stuff. They don't work on commission so there's no reason for them to do that anyway."" Dec 3, 2013
Ron M: customer reviews and Anthony video Nov 29, 2013
Gaston F: this boots was for a lady and now she can use a very good protection with a little fashion look Nov 18, 2013
wolfgang e: help and description from very knowledgable staff ... ( Rania) Nov 1, 2013
Tom O: Time for a good waterproof riding boot that is higher than previous boots. Rain pants always seem to ride over top of the shorter boots even with the elastic straps that seem to last one season. This should cure the problem once and for all. Oct 31, 2013
William E: Reasonably protective, waterproof, and somewhat wearable off the bike. I love them and won't ride without them - street or dirt. Oct 12, 2013
WAYNE C J: Owned the boots for 2+ years and in all kinds of weather from Florida (Florida torrential downpour) to the Smokey Mountains in North Carolina; still looks great. Very comfortable, waterproof and the preferred boot for safety. Sep 24, 2013
Mark R: good reviews on your website and the video explained the construction/benefits nicely. Sep 5, 2013
Peter A: Did not work for me. Gave them away to my mechanic. Aug 27, 2013
Todd O: I have been riding a BMW R1200RT and have been using a cheaper boot and it works but I wanted a boot with good protection plus a boot that was comfortable to walk in. I will let you know if this is all true. Aug 26, 2013
walter k: From the protection point of view, I chose this because after reading many reviews and looking into it a lot, it seems to be the more suitable motorcycle boot for my riding style because most of my riding is on asphalt and very little on unpaved paths, and riding motorcycles in the city and all around requires very good protection. Also because they look great, and seems to be functional for my use. Aug 13, 2013
John Z: superior quality & great protection Aug 10, 2013
A shopper asked: Is the Sidi On Road Gortex boot re-soleable? If so, do you stock the soles? Jun 22, 2011
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Burton: Having had these boots repaired after an accident I was told the sole was welded onto the shoe and could not be replaced. Now this might not stop you from grinding it off yourself, flat, then applying a new sole over it as I have heard some have done with other boots. Mar 30, 2012
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Rony B: Yes I had mine just resoled this year via Resole America. (resole dot com) for $80 plus $19 shipping. It was still worth resoling mine as the boot held up very well and I have been using it for adventure riding to Alaska in 2012 and during the Iron Butt Rally last year. Nov 28, 2014
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R1Rider: Take the boots to a cobbler to be resoled. I did that for my military combat boots that have lived a much harsher life than these Sidi boots will ever experience. The cobbler did such a great job that my boots almost felt like new. Oct 5, 2011
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Stevan P: Unfortunately Sidi does not offer a replacement sole for the On Road Gore-Tex Boots. Jun 24, 2011
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A shopper asked: Hi, how heavy are these boots, everything I have read tells me I want them, but I need something not too heavy as I will wear them all work day.?. Thanks, john May 4, 2014
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carlos h: The boot isn't heavy at all. I wouldn't recommend wearing them for all day walking. The boot toe box doesn't give at all, which is good for riding. But, unforgiving on the toes if they are rubbing against the toe box. The boot is also high. They rub against your lower leg and calf, and don't flex much around your ankle. They're not cowboy boots. They're riding boots. They're great for long distance, wet weather riding. May 5, 2014
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DAVID T: These boots are great for riding all day, but I think that they would be a bit heavy to wear all day at work unless you typically wear heavy work shoes. If you have to do a great deal walking, they would also be pretty warm. The boots are comfortable once they are broken in but are stiff when new. Get the boots, but have another pair of shoes at work. May 5, 2014
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Joshua J: When I ride, I wear them all day (work, playing drums, walking, etc...).
Are they really comfortable, for all-day use?
Nope, but I keep wearing them.
Definitely, take the insole out and replace it with something better.
Sometimes, they get a bit hot.
Since I'm at my desk, I can just un-velcro the uppers.
Mar 17, 2015
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A s: I do not think these are heavy at all. While I am breaking these in, I have to sometime reposition my foot to shift ( Honda Goldwing) and I have no issue doing so. I've only worn them once thus far but no complaints and I like how high these are ( added protection). Once they break in and loosen up, I think they will be awesome. May 4, 2014
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Philip L: hi John,

Get these boots! They are great on and off the bike. They stayed dry in rain and snow. Im on my second pair of Sidi On Road boots. My first pair I've had since 2001. I've enjoyed wearing these boots at any length of time. Great protection! Gore Tex breast ability.


May 4, 2014
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Sten U: For boots this size they are pretty light. I have some gortex all leather boots for work that are twice as heavy. I would wear these all day if a had too. I really don't think you'll be disappointed. It's a lot of money but I think it's worth it. May 4, 2014
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Jeffrey S: John,
They are fairly heavy and have a stiff sole so I don't think you would be comfortable wearing them all day. That said, these are my travel boots so I haven't spent much time walking around in them.
May 4, 2014
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Douglas N: They are fairly light for full size touring boot.
They are the first set of boots that I don't take off and change out of when I want to do some walking.

I would definitely recommend them.
May 4, 2014
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John D asked: sorry if this question appears twice.
How durable is the velcro? These boots do not have a zipper. Every velcro closure I've ever owned has worn out and lost its "stick" over a couple of years. Is the velcro warranted for life also, as is the gore tex?
Feb 10, 2014
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Joseph I: This boot has very agressive "super-industrial" (my wife's technical term, not mine) velcro. the velcro runs the full width of the upper tab, plus it is well placed on the lower 2 tabs. On those long ride days, when I'm bone tired, I can barely snatch the tabs apart, they stick so well! I have had these boots for almost 2 years now, and the tabs are still sticking strong! I can't speak to the warranty, but the boot is very well made overall. Fits true to size. Allow some time (about 2 weeks) for break-in. I don't think you will be disappointed with this dual-sport boot. Feb 18, 2014
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Randal P: Glad to help you. Initially I loved these boots. Very comfortable out of the box, great looking and the Velcro has so far seemed very durable. However after only one season of road riding the leather on the toe area has almost worn down to the armor. I spoke with a rep and even sent pics and he said this was normal wear. I've had far cheaper boots that didn't wear nearly as fast.
In conclusion I really wanted to love these boots but because of this and no exchange I wouldn't buy these again.
Feb 18, 2014
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John A: EXTREMELY durable!! I've had these boots for over 2 years and the Velcro is still hard to separate. The upper part is a massive piece and the 2 smaller straps are just a strong. I've wore these in hot weather, a little warm with them though, even a little accident and lots of rain and walking through a few inches of water, never had a problem with Velcro. I'm not sure about the warranty but these are TOP quality boots!! Feb 18, 2014
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Geoffrey S: Sorry it has taken so long to answer this question. My email account is considerably backlogged. I have had no problem with the velcro losing its grip. There is plenty of it and there are times when it grips too much. I haven't had a need to utilize the warranty. My last pair of another style of Sidi boots had the soles wear out before the uppers did. They were a sport style model with less material in the sole. May 19, 2014
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John D: Thanks Geoffrey. Good to hear.
I have now ridden with them nearly 10k miles, rain cold heat. They have performed VERY well, really like them. The velcro is so far holding and they show little wear. They broke in nicely and are comfortable on or off the bike.
Very happy with the purchase so far. May 31, 2014
John D: Randal, I read your input with interest. Was there a way to repair the toe, or are the boots now toast? Could you bring them to a cobbler for repair with another piece of leather?
John and Darryl, thanks for the input also.
Did any of you consider or try the Tour Gore Tex?
Feb 18, 2014
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Darryl R: The velcro is solid. I have no idea on the warranty. They don't leak and are a really well made boot. The velcro is a larger hook and loop, so I don't really see it wearing out. I only keep my boots for about 4 years though. Feb 18, 2014
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Joshua J: I've had these for nearly two years.
The velcro is strong enough that it annoys my wife, if she's in bed and I open them.
See, there's a positive point to everything.
Mar 17, 2015
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carlos e l: I'd been using this boots for almost two years, every Sunday and I'm really happy with them. Velcro still holds like the first day I got them.

Feb 23, 2014
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Brad T asked: Hey guys I have a narrow foot, B width. I've read and watched videos that indicated the sidi run a bit narrower than some other boots.
Are the onroads a narrow boot? or are they up to a D?

Any body out there have a narrow foot and wore these boots?
Feb 7, 2015
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Andrew G: I've had these boots for almost two years and find them very comfortable. They were ready to ride right out of the box. They are a pleasure to get on and off, get better with age and are waterproof though I haven't really tested them here in California.

I don't know what letter width my foot is, but it is certainly narrower than average. I have a very narrow heel. The fit is extremely comfortable. The velcro closures enable a customer fit. These are great boots and I'd recommended them to street riders wanting a great all around boot for any season.
Feb 11, 2015
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David H: First off love the boots comfortable even when just walking around I wear them sometimes to just go to the bike shop etc.
As far as size I am a d width and they fit right they are not a narrow b width
I do change insoles with the weight of socks I wear in summer I wear lighter sock with thicker insoles hope this helps
Feb 18, 2015
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Franz D: Hi Brad,

I like my boots with a bit more room so I bought a size bigger than I normally would. They fit the way I like them as a result. I would guess that they will fit you well if you get your right size. Those are my two cents.

The boots are great and very comfortable!

Feb 9, 2015
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JOSEPH G: You'll be fine. The straps will keep your boots on. I have a D foot and they were a bit tight. They take a while to break in anyway. It is a great boot and worth the price. Feb 9, 2015
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Pierre L: I find these boots to be wider than narrower,a D for sure,at least my pair is. Feb 9, 2015
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Brian W: Brad, I wear D width shoe and the Onroads are not narrow on my foot. Feb 18, 2015
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Franklin V: I usually wear a wide and they fit me. Feb 9, 2015
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A shopper asked: The care instructions that come with the boot say that you should not use shoe polish on the boots as it will negatively affect the breathability of the boot. What do you suggest using to cover the inevitable scuff marks and dings on the boot's leather surface? Jul 4, 2014
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Joshua J: I didn't know about not putting polish on them.
I've polished mine, multiple times (did, just last night).
After two years, I think they look quite nice.
I haven't thought about just rinsing them off, although I guess that's why they are waterproof.
I usually wipe them down, before polishing.
Mar 17, 2015
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Harry R: I ride an R1200GS so I just wipe off the dirt. Occasionally. Jul 8, 2014
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Jim B: I have over 25,000 miles on these boots. I haven't found it necessary to use any product on them. When they get filthy I just rinse them off and they look great. I am not a rider who worries about a scuff, on my boots, jacket or bike. Though I don't notice any damage to them. I like performance and I am more than pleased with this boot. I find myself using this boot twice as much as the SIDI Adventure boots that I bought at the same time. These are just super comfy and all around reliable. Jul 8, 2014
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Lee M: Obenauf's LP Boot Preservative is what I've been using on my SIDI Armada's. It's 'approved' for use on GoreTex (doesn't say who approved it, though...) It seems to be OK, but is a neutral color (and a bit pricey), so I'm looking for something that will make the boots a nice deep black like they were when new, so I'm thinking of trying Danner's Black Boot Dressing. Aug 11, 2014
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Tim T: I use Lexol products for all my leather items. Cleaner (orange bottle) and Protectant (brown bottle). Otherwise I don't worry about scuff marks. Jul 8, 2014
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Tim T: I use Lexol products for all my leather items. Cleaner (orange bottle) and Protectant (brown bottle). Otherwise I don't worry about scuff marks. Jul 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hello,
I live in Australia and my size is 11 in US size. If I get the boots and they don't fit can I return them?


Sep 8, 2014
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JOSEPH G: Yes. RevZilla could not be more accommodating. I really don't know about the international shipping, so I would ask. I wear size 10 US, and my size 10s fit great. Be forewarned, the boots are stiff at first and take months to get really comfortable. Not sorry I bought them. Not many boots have the hiking soles. Sep 11, 2014
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Dan P: Dave, I also wear size 11 in US sizing and I bought these boots in the Euro size 45-US size 11 and they fit perfectly. If you need to return them to RevZilla, that should be no problem. By the way, these have been great boots, comfortable, waterproof, and durable.
Sep 8, 2014
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Zlatko K: Yes how long you not wear boots outside your home. Great place to buy gear and they work with you, if you have problem they are phone call a way!!!! Sep 8, 2014
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Larry L: Yes, so long as you don't use them and they are able to resell them as new, (PS I Have on a couple of things.)

Sep 11, 2014
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Kimberly C: Yes you can very easily and they are the best boot purchase ever for riding waterproof boots Sep 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: what is the height of Sidi on road waterproof Gortex boots and the height of Sidi Canyon Gortex waterproof boot Oct 26, 2012
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Joshua J: Others have give measurements.
I'll say that the top of the boot sits right in the middle of my shin.
It will protect your shin if your toe slips off the peg, but won't protect under your knee.
Mar 17, 2015
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RevZilla: The Sidi On Road Gore-Tex Boots are approximately 14.5in from the bottom of the sole to the top of the boot. Whereas the Sidi Canyon Gore-Tex Boots are approximately 11.25in. Oct 31, 2012
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daveroger: 14 inch and 12 inch Feb 4, 2013
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A shopper asked: I understand that the larger size boots 48 & above have whats known as a Champion Air Sole vs the regular sole, is this indeed true and if so whats the difference? TIA Jun 9, 2014
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carlos h: I purchased a size 45. Mine have regular rubber soles. I have no idea what's Champion Air Soles. Maybe like a air sneaker sole. Jun 10, 2014
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Steven L: I have the size 43''s. Didn't know the soles were different on the larger sizes Jun 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have a 10 year old pair of Sidi Discoveries in size 42. Does the On Road size the same? Oct 28, 2013
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carlos h: The On Roads fit a little snug. I sent the first pair back and ordered a size up, which fit perfect. I can't compare them to Discoveries. This is my first pair of Sidi boots. I've road through a couple of rain storms while traveling, and my feet remained dry. Oct 29, 2013
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Darryl R: I don't work for SIDI and have no idea if different models would fit the same. I do know the On-road did fit to my size if that helps. I would "ASSUME" all models are fit to the same size specifications though. It is a vey well made boot and I wear it at work. ( I ride motorcycle at work.) They are waterproof and they wear and fit very well. Oct 29, 2013
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A shopper asked: I looked at the Sidi website and they show the On Road with a "welded" on sole vice the stitched on lug sole you show on the Revizilla site.


If just the welded sole what are the pros & cons?
Jul 9, 2012
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RevZilla: The boot that is shown on the SIDI website is the European version. All SIDI On Road Gore-Tex boots sold in the USA will all have the stitched on lug sole, and are otherwise identical to the European version. The advantage to the Lug sole is the additional firmness and grip that it offers. While the welded on sole is softer, less durable, but is replaceable. Jul 11, 2012
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Joshua J: I just purchased a pair and they are lug soles.
I will say that it "looks" like stitching, but I don't think it's actually stitched.
Apr 29, 2013
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