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Dainese Anfibio Cafe Boots
Call them a cafe boot, call them a combat boot, call them classic, vintage or retro, but make no mistake, the Dainese Cafe Boots are anything but. These fully moto inspired boots may have all the hallmarks of a pair of boots picked out of the back room of an Army Navy store, but have been designed to incorporate reinforcements that will safe your feet in a crash. Nylon ankle discs and polyurethane inserts in the heels and toes reinforce the boot's structure to a level you just won't get out of those Redwings.
- Nylon ankle guard
- Polyurethane inserts on heel and toebox
Ergonomics and Comfort:
- Cowhide upper
- Split leather inserts with rubber finishing
- Closing with laces
- Temperature adjustment
- Double jersey airgap liner
- Non-slip rubber sole
- Gear shift guard
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Reviews & Questions
The cons are rapidly starting to outweigh the pros. Upon first opening the box I noticed the soles are made to look pre worn, traction is compromised for vintage style. The tongue is not gusseted which explains why they are definitely not waterproof, although I have mink oiled them, which has made them slightly more water resistant. The insole in the boot is junk I recommend a set of aftermarket insoles for all day comfort. The worst part has just happened recently, as the eyelets have started to pull through the edge of the boot, it is possible that liking my boots somewhat tight may play into that.
I have had them for 58 days, being on a bike for around 10 of them. Any boot or shoe at this price should last longer than this, I will now trod off to the leather repair place to see if they can be repaired.
I bought these on March 21, 2012, from Revzilla- I checked my order receipt for the date. I wore these boots very often- roughly 1/3 of the year, most of the riding season- to work, around the city. I wore them on cross country trips, to Canada, to Mexico and back. I've traveled almost 20,000 miles on these boots.
I only came back to this page today because I wanted to get another pair again, more than 3 years later (Aug 2015 now). Then I saw some of what the other folks are saying, thought I write something.
Don't listen to them. These boots are durable. They're very water resistant (not completely waterproof under long periods of thunderstorms), they look good, are comfortable to walk around, and you can travel cross country with them.
I've worn many boots before. When it comes to Dainese products, you really get what you are paying for. Don't complain about the price!
After 3 years of heavy usage, the soles are now worn out and need to be replaced. Some holes start to show and it's going through to the insoles. I wore these boots to the very very bitter end.
Seeing I cannot get another, exact same pair, I'm going to take my current pair to the cobbler and have the soles replaced. The top of the boots are still in fine condition, and I expect it to last for a lifetime. They're just very well made.
(After over 3 years!)
(The top of the boots still look great!)
over 5 years ago
these boots are lightweight, and extremely comfortable. they look amazing as well! they are a great shoe, and i love them! but they are a motorcycle boot, not a shoe. these boots began to fray at the seems after only a few days, after a while they stopped and i cut the loose strings off and it seemed to stop there. but the big kicker is that theses boots offer NO lateral protection across the sole. i can literally squeeze the boot to touch the sides together with a single hand. the soles are so soft and flimsy that i can feel stones on the pavement as i walk over it. having dropped a big bike on my foot in the past i would not want this boot between my 550Lb bike and the pavement. there is a nice ankle pad built in, but without the sole to back up the ankle protection, i feel that the boots aren't suitable for street riding.
First, they look much chunkier than in the photos (video wasn't yet available at the time of purchase)... they have a big boxy toe box, and a thick rubber sole. i was expecting a Vietnam era combat style boot, but they are more like goth rocker boots... not necessarily bad, but make sure you watch the video and not just the photos for a better representation of the 'look.'
The boots are comfortable with ample room in the toebox. I wouldn't necessarily call the fit big as the length seems right on for the size, but they are very roomy and they look boxy on your feet. This does make handling the foot controls a bit awkward at first if you're used to a slimmer fitting boot or shoe, but nothing that you can't get used to.
Secondly, an issue with these boots just comes from the amount of protection for the price point. I expected a bit more from a Dainese developed boot... wasn't expecting a raceboot, but the protection feels soft for this level of pricing. There are plenty of 'military/ cafe' style boots with at least equal reinforcement and protection for less money.
Quality and workmanship are always top notch with Dainese, this one just lacks styling finese and protection. I find them much chunckier than expected, and a bit light on the protection. Overall, they are a decent boot, just expensive for what you're getting.
I get a ton of compliments (mostly from other guy riders so don't get your hopes up, bro... :), they are comfortable, and look durable enough, but their forte is their style, if you want black nice looking boots to ride around town, gentlemen, pick a pair of these, you won't regret it.
The only negative perhaps is that they do get pretty hot in warm weather, and they aren't necessarily cheap. Having owned other Dianese gear, I expect these to last me a long time, making them worth the money.
The vamp is a bit tight for me. I tried to get it stretched by a cobbler with limited results, but I think it was the fault of the cobbler. The leather is stretching slowly as I use the boots and since I do not do much walking, I don't notice the tightness often.
The sole is a very soft vibration dampening rubber foam like material. It would not last long as a walking boot, but for a motorcycle riding they are wonderful. I feel almost no vibration through the foot pegs.
I do not feel any sort of shank in the sole and would not want to use the boots when standing on the pegs for adventure riding.
The toe box is a bit wider than normal and the length is dead on in European sizing. The EU 43 was a perfect EU 43.
My wife also purchased a pair for herself and loves them.
I bought the brown ones-- just to warn you, they are a very light brown. They look more like the color of a clay plant pot. The first thing I did was buy some dark brown leather dye and dye them darker, now they're perfect.
I need a 47 or 48.