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


  • Low cut design
  • External ankle brace system
  • Composite inner sole
  • Tecno-II buckle system for a perfect glove like fit
  • Bolt on (no Velcro!) replaceable, adjustable and aerodynamic nylon scuff pads on the toe
  • Top Grain leather outer construction
  • Removable arch support
  • Double stitched in all high stress areas
  • Closable air vent
  • All bolt on parts are replaceable
  • Dual compound sole
  • DuPont polymer toe shift pad
  • Perforated Teflon treated nylon lining
  • Shock absorbing heel cup
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SIDI Streetburner Boots 4.6 5 34 34
Perfect for commuting or some canyon carving!!! So I decided to pick these up over the Mag 1 because I needed a protective riding boot/shoe that could get me to school/work and some aggressive canyon carving. These seemed to fit perfect after watching the video and reading the reviews. I was worried about them having issues with shifting but I got the right size and they fit like a glove! No break in other than a couple steps to my bike. They seem very stout and the design is clean. NO SQUEAKING at all when you walk. Flow air great, easy to slip in and out of, not to flashy can wear under pants with no issues. If you are looking for a good looking, solid boot that isn't a full boot, look no further and pick these up!! Shipping was extremely fast without having to upgrade it. Thx for another great product March 12, 2015
Best protection for this style of boot. Great protection, love how the parts are replaceable. The ventilation system works well. December 8, 2014
Love these Boots I have had these boots for 2 seasons (2 yrs.) now. I originally bought the Streetburners because of the replaceable parts, the side vents, and they look very technical. I normally wear a size 10 but have a slightly wider than average foot. The 45's fit me great. These boots are perfect for when I am in the mood for AGGRESSIVE Riding but want a little more comfort then my "Full On Race Boots". These actually feel like a "Short Race Boot" instead of a "3/4 top hiking boot" or a "3/4 top basketball shoe". You can see and feel the quality. These boots are SOLID. October 15, 2014
Better than I hoped The Streetburners arrived quickly. They are easy to put on, quite easy to get off. The break-in period is brief, they feel a little tight at first but once the boot warms up that goes away. I'm riding again after a very long time and had been using hiking boots to get ankle protection. These are much better! Many great protective features, I'm thinking of getting a taller Sidi boot for cold weather riding. October 4, 2014
Outstanding fit. Purchased these boots for fast street riding in the summer. Ventilation is good and protection is excellent. The fastening is a little fiddly at first but quickly becomes second nature. I was especially impressed with the speed Revzilla filled my order. I placed the order on Sunday night before Labor Day and the package was on my doorstep on Wed. I highly recommend these boots. September 23, 2014
Best riding shoes I've purchased. It's always difficult to find well fitting shoes as I have wide feet. I am a huge fan of Dainese but I've found none of their shoes/boots to fit me well. Fortunately, I've found SIDI to fit comfortably for me. I do have to go a half size bigger though. On their Mega series, I wear a 9.5US but on their normal line up I wear a 10US. These shoes are extremely easy to get in and out of from. That makes these go to shoes for riding around in town or even on the highway. They feel extremely well put together. Stiff and protective. I worried about hard parts scratching the bike but haven't had any trouble with it. I highly recommend these shoes. Buy the best gear you can afford and I would say these are the best shoes available for any price. September 14, 2014
great boot! Great boots. Tighten on foot well and simple to get on and off. Good quality protection in a boot that will last. August 18, 2014
Protective Everyday Low-Cut Boot I wear a 9 US in most everything. With Sidi the 43 (9 1/2) was perfect. I was worried I might have to exchange for the 10, but not so. The fit is great with a normal pair of socks, and enough room to double up if needed. The buckle system over the top of the foot is good, a tad complicated, but snugs down with precision, so its easy to fine tune. The dial system and unlock feature look vulnerable to breaking, but only time will tell. The top strap is a simple velcro closure, a bit odd because both sides are straps, instead of one side pulled across to a fixed point. Makes it tough to pull the lower to the left and the top strap over it to the right. But its kind of a moot point because the top strap is meant to be snug, not tight, so the system works well enough. The top straps are also hinged on both sides which is nice for positioning. While riding my bike I don't even think about them, enough said. I would like to close with this: These are protective boots. They are stiff, and feel like they will protect your feet in a crash, basically a full on race boot cut short. I do plan to wear them all day at work (desk jockey) and they should break in nicely, they are not great from a comfort standpoint, but if they were they wouldn't be a protective boot. I returned the A-Stars SMX-2 boot, which is basically a soft leather dress boot with some plastic bits glued on, I might as well been wearing sneaks or casual work shoes. The Sidis are expensive but they are a protective boot for motorcycle riding, unlike just about every other choice in this category. Seems like $100 to $200 will not buy you any protection, just style. Pony up the extra cash and you will not be disappointed, if not save your money and stick with your everyday shoes, cuz thats basically what your getting with anything under $200. If money is tight, the Sidi Apex will save a few bucks and get the job done too! July 23, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Charles Gabriel C: Perfect commuter shoes Dec 13, 2014
Clinton A C: Was wearing work boots as my riding shoes and they were uncomfortable. Been wearing these for awhile and I love them, from the looks to the comfortability as well as the safety they provide. Highly recommend. Aug 31, 2014
Brad H: great fit an is very durable. I have used these for many rides without an problems. Clean easily an fast to put on an take off. 5 star rating from me. Aug 28, 2014
Ahsan M: Wanted low cut boots that are also safe. Jul 26, 2014
Peter Z: awesome boots, had to double check this is what in fact I ordered when I opened the shipping box, look better in real life, WOW!!!, 2nd pr of SIDI, no disappointment here either, Jul 26, 2014
Julian H: I;ve wanted these since 2007 when I first tried them on. They are the only boot that feels safe without coming up my calf. I am hoping I'll have the fine clutch control I need with these, be able to hang them up at work and slip on some sneakers. Jul 24, 2014
Christopher S: Great reviews, they look great and the plastic side protectors will protect my precious bunions! Jul 10, 2014
sophal s: Well from your reviews on you tube, I am convinced that this product is going to be amazing. Jun 6, 2014
malvin B: perfect color scheme quite comfortable but they should of thought of a better system to tie down shoe,other than that perfect Jun 1, 2014
Eric C: I like the look of these boots and also wanted great protection for my feet...reviews were good.. Mar 3, 2014
Michael S: Reviews seemed promising. Sep 9, 2013
G I: Looked around a lot and these ticked all the boxes. I hope they are as good as everyone else says. Sep 1, 2013
Dylan S: The style is awesome, the protection is very good, and they looked comfortable to walk around in. Aug 14, 2013
John S: Best combination of protection and comfort for sport riding. Aug 8, 2013
A shopper asked: Is the sole on the Streetburner boots replaceable or would I need to spend another $200+ for a whole new pair when the sole wears out? Feb 20, 2014
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Brad H: I have had mine for 3 months and wear them daily an haven't noticed any wear on the soles. I walk on gravel an concrete most of the time. These are my favorite riding boots. I don't think that soles are replaceable but I could be wrong. It wouldn't matter to me as I would go an buy another pair. Feb 20, 2014
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Dvon P: I'm having the same issue it would prolly cost the 265 to send the boots to Audi for resouling. I would recommend replacing them. I am ordering myself a new pair this season Feb 20, 2014
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Dr. J. M. C: How would a shoe wearer know the requirements of shoe sole replacement?

This is a question that only the shoe manufacturer or a shoe replacement professional would be competent to answer. I am neither. You need to ask the proper authority. Anyone else would simply be giving you an unqualified opinion.

As a wearer of these Sidi Streetburner boots I can report that they are fantastically comfortable and outrageously magnificent in appearance.

However, the unusual complexity and delicateness of the fastening mechanism could present a problem to riders who do not properly respect the beauty, complexity, and delicacy of this particular form of artistry.

Thank you for this opportunity of being helpful in your quest for information.
Dr. J. M. Corcoran
"Live With Passion"
Feb 20, 2014
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David H asked: Trying to decide between this boot and the Sidi Apex. How do these two boots compare beyond styling? Aug 27, 2013
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Nicholas B: My buddy has the Apex and I have the streetburners. These have a lot more external hard plastic which offers a little more protection. My buddy complains that his Apex feel loose since there is no tightening strap like on the streetburner, which can fit extremely snug. These are very comfortable boots that keep my feet very cool. The big issue I have with the streetburners is that the external ankle protector on the inside of the boot (the red plastic piece with the screw in the middle) scratches the crap out of my bike. I had to get some sticky felt and super glue it to this piece to keep this from happening. To my knowledge, by buddy has no scratching issues with the Apex. Aug 27, 2013
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Mark T: I've had the Streetburners for awhile. The "strap" across the top of the foot is unlike anything I've ever used, and I was initially skeptical. No worries. It works great, and allows a great, adjustable fit, something the Apex can't give you.

The higher ankle support is where the Apex bests the other shoe, but it really depends on your needs. I've never felt the shorter boot was not going to offer protection of my foot.

Lastly, the red and black match my bike. I know...

If I could, I'd have both.
Aug 27, 2013
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michael w: Hi David, I have been riding with a pair of Sidi Streetburner boots for 18 months now. I ride in hot and humid conditions and was looking for something that was going to offer protection and a bit of ventilation for my feet. These boots do both, so I haven't been disappointed. I don't do very much walking in them and wouldn't want to as they are fairly rigid. Can't help you out with any advice on the Sidi Apex as I have never owned a pair. Stay upright, Mike Sep 12, 2013
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Brian C: I've not owned the the Apex but just looking at them I'd go with the Streetburner just for the "Tecno-II buckle system for a perfect glove like fit". It allows you to tighten the fit around the top of your foot. It definitely is not a gimmick. You can tighten them until there is zero play inside the boot. I'd say worth the extra $15. Hope this helps. Aug 27, 2013
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yves p: Love it , have not tried the apex, designed for riding but not really for walking comfortably I work in healthcare and I've seen bad foot bike injuries , this boot has good heel counter and ankle jt support God forbid it gets tested definitely better than ordinary boots in the market. Aug 27, 2013
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A shopper asked: Would you recommend this boot for cruiser motorcycle? I hate big clunky one for the cruisers. Jan 28, 2015
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Mike L: This is a phenomenally comfortable boot. But yet I feel as safe as if I was wearing Iron Mans boots. My favorite feature was the adjustable air inlets (2 per boot). They kept my feet cool in the Florida sun yet when raining a quick flip of the adjustment for each air inlet kept the water out. All around I'd say these boots are my favorite piece in my riding kit. Feb 3, 2015
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Ashley F: I love them and get lots of positive comments about them. Around town I use them. Longer rides I wear boots but that's just me.

Fastening system takes a bit of getting used to but once you are used to it it's fine.

Feb 3, 2015
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Kirk J: I've ridden my friends cruiser while wearing these and had no problems with the ergonomics so I would say go for it. I like the vents, flows a noticeable amount of air when open. Feb 3, 2015
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Joel S asked: this shoes is legal at the track?

Mar 25, 2015
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Aston W: I'm not 100% sure, every time I have gone to the track I have hired out the equipment from them. But I don't think they would be, just because they are so short. The ones that I hire In order to race on the track normally have a bit more leg protection. But you can always ask the track hosts themselves, just send them a picture of the boots. Mar 26, 2015
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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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Black / 7/40 460423 2000000011684 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 7.5/41 460424 2000000011691 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 8.5/42 460425 2000000006956 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 9.5/43 460426 2000000011707 Available: Requires 2-4 business days processing time prior to shipment.
Black / 10/44 460427 2000000011714 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 11/45 460428 2000000011721 Available: Requires 2-4 business days processing time prior to shipment.
Black / 11.5/46 460429 2000000011738 Available: Requires 2-4 business days processing time prior to shipment.
Black / 12.5/47 460430 2000000011745 Available: Requires 2-4 business days processing time prior to shipment.
Black / 13/48 460431 2000000011752 Available: Requires 2-4 business days processing time prior to shipment.