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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 4.5 5 26 26
Definitely recommend this product to any rider!, It has only been a few weeks since I have own this product. I will definitely recommend this to any rider that is looking for a street/ track shoes. Very comfortable and great features. The boot makes it easy to shift into gear smoothly. It's a must have! June 23, 2014
Excellent ankle height boot My first review and I have nothing to compare it to. Nevertheless, I took the plunge and pretty happy with it. Two small issues with the boot. First, I cannot get the velcro ankle closure as tight as I would like, but it still gets the job done. Secondly, the plastic "tongue" of the quick closure system feels a bit awkward on the outside of your foot. It does't bother me when I am mounted but walking around, you can definitely feeling; it is not painful or intrusive enough to give you blisters. Overall, I think this is the best bang for the buck in ankle height boots. Above this, and you will need to go to a full racing boot. April 28, 2014
Best street boot on the market! This boot is amazing! I used to use my Sidi Vortice on the street which worked great but then I wanted a shorter boot for everyday riding and commuting. I tried A-Stars SMX2 boots which were pretty good then I went to the A-Stars Fastlane which were comfortable but too soft for street bike use. Then I found these boots and I love them. So easy to get on and off and it's basically a short version if the Vortice. The boot looks amazing and has all the protection you would expect from Sidi. I ordered white sliders and heel cups for mine to change it up a bit. Great boot and great service from Revzilla, as usual! December 2, 2013
Best short boot available Sidi streetburner is the best short boot available, period. I looked at a number of options from Alpinestars, Dainese, and TCX. I have a full size boot from Alpinestars already. The reason for getting a smaller boot was convenience for short rides in the city. This thing feel indestructible. Very very secure. Fit is very comfortable. Shoes are narrow. I love the way it looks although it may be overboard for many people. Finally, revzilla did a great job in shipping. I got the order in 1 day! November 27, 2013
Great riding shoe I've had these Sidi's now for about 7 months and they holding up great compared to my previous A* octanes. They are worn daily for commuting and can be left on all day without too much discomfort. A few things to add to what the other reviewers said: These are Sidi's and they WILL squeak, I've never seen a sidi that doesn't eventually develop a squeaking problem. An easy way to remedy this is to keep the spots where leather and plastic rub against each other lightly lubricated with either some Teflon wax or graphite grease. Other than that, these boots are fantastic if not a tad pricey. But you get what you pay for in protection and comfort. These are the easiest shoes to slip in and out of if you do change them when you get to your destination, and I've crashed in Sidi's before on and off the track, they are bulletproof and you can replace the bits that get scuffed up. September 13, 2013
Cool functional boots I bought this boots honestly because they look very cool and for town riding . They are quite comfy once broken in but still a little stiff. I can't say the ventilation has any effect, and the nylon cable for closing the boot is a little variable in action, and looks like it may fail at some stage. Protection is good though ,and they are easy to walk in as well. Overall happy with the purchase they are the coolest boots . May 13, 2013
Fantastic Boots I *love* these boots - they're very comfortable but buy one size up as they're cut really small. I normally wear EUR size 44 but got these from a store and chose 45, and they're still smallish. That said, they're super comfortable and for protection all I can say is I crashed them twice and there's nary a scratch on them - they're just rock solid, and they will protect your feet. On one occasion my whole body hurt - but not my feet. They're the most comfortable hard boots I've ever walked in, too. They're not as nice as soft sneakers but for the level of protection they provide I don't think comfort can be any better. Ventilation is great, never had an issue and I am riding in tropical temperatures. All in all, a fantastic product that works well. Looks good, too. February 2, 2013
Everything you could need in a boot. I've worn my Sidi Streetburner boots for a month now: 1) Although a bit pricey, probably the best shoe for the $. They honestly feel like a car could run over them and I'd not notice. 2) Not super comfortable, but I knew that going in. They are fine for walking if you don't wear ankle socks, which doesn't protect you from the back of this shoe. 3) Airflow is good. I've had some hot days and haven't noticed that my feet were hot. 4) I'm wearing them right now. Looking at them, they look fantastic. They offer a bit of wiggle room. I like the fastener that runs across the top of the boot. 5) People at work think these shoes are pretty cool. 6) I like the replaceable parts via screws. For sliders, heel, and airflow switch. My only really negative so far is the velcro strap that you connect at the top of your ankle, tends to slide down and grab the mesh tongue. It frays the mesh a bit which is no big deal. Honestly I'm being crazy picky at this point, but things like that bother me. Worth it. August 20, 2012
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
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
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: 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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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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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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