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Daytona Road Star GTX Boots
The most popular Daytona motorcycle boot is often copied, never achieved. The Daytona Roadstar Gore-Tex Boots feature premium performance, protection and style, all backed with a GORE-TEX membrane, guaranteed to keep you dry. Safety is supplied by reinforcements at the ankles and heels while the boot has an adjustable calf to tailor the fit.
- Hydrophobic special full cowhide construction
- Waterproof and breathable GORE-TEX membrane
- Rear VELCRO® brand closures fastener adjusts for larger calf sizes
- Two zip fasteners (one on each side) for quick and easy entry
- Plastic ankle protection both anterior and posterior sides, padded interior with open-cell foam
- Wide shinbone padding with latex foam interior
- Reinforced gear change cushion made from abrasion-resistant PU foam
- PU foam insole and gel layer to reduce vibration
- Anatomically formed insole
- Plastic reinforced inner sole with a hot-dip galvanized steel inlay that allows you to gently roll your feet
- 3M-Scotchlite heel reflectors
- Non-slip rubber sport sole
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Reviews & Questions
42 seems to have been the right choice for my slightly-wider-than-9D feet. Loving that these aren't as narrow as so many of the Italian boots out there. They fit just wonderfully. Well, the right boot is a tad tight around the widest part of my foot. But it seems like the sort of thing that will be long-gone after break-in. All my favorite shoes/gloves started off the slightest bit tight.
Coming from basic Sidi riding shoes and non-proper (read: thin and unarmored) leather riding boots, these are a bit of an adjustment. They're quite thick all around due to the Gore-Tex membrane, thick leather and hidden steel shanks. My feet have a lot less "feel" than I'm used to. The bulkier boot is going to require that I adjust the shifter and more of the pressure and clicking nuances of the foot controls are M.I.A. But again, this is probably just a matter of getting used to the boots.
They're definitely warmer than my thinner boots. But on 80-something degree days I'm not totally dying and sweat is at a minimum. I'm sure the slight extra heat is a small price to pay for the level of protection/windproofness/waterproofness the boots offer. Certainly they're a crapload more breathable than the Sidi Adventure Rain boots I tried for an afternoon. With those, I was sweating in air conditioning.
Subtle steel shanks in all the right places with padding so you don't feel them. If you were to look at this boot and didn't know Daytona's reputation, you'd think they weren't really armored. Not true. There's a decent level of flex, enough to be comfortable. Good enough crush resistance for me. There's not any focus on torsion resistance though. But again, they're for touring not the track.
I've honestly never seen a motorcycle boot with this level of refinement in material quality and construction. I'd compare the quality to the likes of Arc'teryx.
It's hard to find boots that are protective but comfortable enough to hop of the bike and walk around in. These fit the bill and some. Can't recommend them enough. My most used/versatile piece of gear.
over 3 years ago
Have been through 3 major downpours and my feet have stayed completely dry. After 3000 miles on them I see no signs of wear.
The curved zipper may look strange but after a couple of rides (don't need more to break them in) it zips up and down like if it was completely straight. I'm very happy with these boots
They do fit one typical size lower than what you would normally get (eg 46 A* boot would be 45 in these).
The best part from moving from a plastic shelled race boot is obviously no more squeaks when walking. These are also supremely comfortable over long distances. One of the best features are the dual side zippers which make getting in and out of the boot fast and comfortable. The rear calf adjustments are ingenious as well.
If you have ever had issues getting your pants tucked in your boots or getting good calf fits, these are your boots.
I just did a ~3k mile Gap trip over 6 days and I would wear these all day long (12+hrs) and had no issues. They don't flow air per-se...but they aren't overly thick and are more than manageable in 95f+ degree heat. In that kind of heat everything is hot, so its not like your feet would stand out as a discomfort point.
Totally waterproof as far as I'm concerned. I went through two big storms and had exactly 0 concern about the waterproofness of this boot.
NOTE: you need to plan on buying the full care product kit for these, thats the zipper lube, polish, conditioner and water proofer restorer thingy-stuff. Its about $65 worth of care products and you will want those to treat these boots right. Revzilla sells all that stuff.
Most boots with decent usage will get you 3 hard years of life out of them. If you take care of these properly you can probably gun for 8-10yrs if you do it right.
These aren't cheap, but if you are ready to get some really good gear then your boots should not be overlooked. These are ideal for ANY street riding (non-track). If you go offroad you may want something more traditional and protective.
7 out of 10 of my shoes are US size 10.5, 2 are size 10, 1 are size 11 and I always use EU size 44 as my default sizing.
"Daytona size is not EU size..."
"Daytona tends to wear Large..."
The reviews here also have many "spot on" experience when choosing Daytona boots with their original EU sizes.
To me, if the boots are large for me, I can put some insoles inside, but if they are small, returning is the only option.
Should I pick 43 or 44 ?
I've been wearing a BMW All Round boot now for a little over a year. They have been extremely comfortable and are very easy to get on and off during my daily commute. Also they allow me to feel and operate the bike's foot controls better than any other boot I've currently used: which I admit is only a few.
Unfortunately I've had to replace them under warranty because after 6 months of break in, the leather AND ZIPPER creased so badly near one ankle that the zipper eventually stopped working. I can tell the same thing is happening again.
Ease of taking on and off are pretty important too as I'm typically changing shoes in a parking lot to and from work.
Finally, I have another pair of boots (Sidi Canyon Gor-Tex) but they have been very stiff and make the controls difficult to 'feel' and sometimes even operate. Do these give you good tactile feel of the bike's foot controls?
Buy another pair, keep them being made in Germany!
As a side note, I am about to change my worn out tires (Pirelli Scorpions made in Germany) for Pirelli Diablo Rosso made in ... China...
I wear size 45 wide shoes. Should I order 45w in these boots or are the daytona sizing a bit small so would you suggest I get the 46 Wide just in case ?
Revzilla customer service was very helpful with the return of the size 46 boot and shipping of the 45.
I can say that I wore them last week in a rain/snow storm for over 3 hours and my feet didn't get wet. Well worth the price.
As far as sizing goes, I'm normally a 9.5 but have feet on the wide side, normally like getting wide sizing. There seems to be no wide size for the 42, should I just go up to a 43?
Regarding sizing, I went to Revzilla in Philly to buy both boots (about a year apart), and tried on Sidis and Dianeses before choosing the Supertechs. For the other boots, 44 was the size, but for the Supertechs, 43 fit best. Based on my previous sizing, I was a little surprised to find 43 in the Daytonas also fit best. My US shoe size is 9 on the wider size. You might want to try a 44 for starters.
Clarence in Knoxville,TN