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Firstgear Mesh Hi Boots
Similar to Firstgear's Kili Hi WP Boots, the Firstgear Mesh Hi Boots swap out the waterproof liner for enormous mesh panels. The Kili Mesh Hi Boots are easy to put on and take off, thanks to the large opening with hook and loop closure. The ankle, shin and toe are reinforced, while the sole grips the road with molded rubber. The Firstgear Mesh Hi are the mesh boots you'll reach for when the temperature soars.
- Perforated leather toe box and with mesh shaft
- Hard ankle and shin protection
- Hook-and-loop closure
- Toe shift patch
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Reviews & Questions
I ride a '14 FJR1300.
First impression out of the box was they look great, appear to be well constructed, and are very light weight. I'll break up the rest of my review by category.
Stitching is all straight and tight, with no loose threads sticking out anywhere. Leather parts are nice quality. Shift patches are sturdy rubber with a grippy texture/feel. The zipper isn't YKK, but appears to be heavy duty and the pull is metal, large, and easy to hold. The sole is no stiffer than a new hiking shoe, and will likely get more flexible as they break in. They grip well on both wet and dry pavement. They are pretty flat, with not much rise, if any, in the heel. There is a removable foam insole that is very thin.
There is a hard panel in the front of the shin as well as foam padding. There is a hard contoured panel and foam padding over the outside ankle bone. There is no hard panel over inside ankle bone, but there is a foam pad. Plus due to the velcro flap over the zipper, there are two layers of leather which are stiffened considerably by the velcro. So while not full hard armor, definitely not unprotected. There is a hard heel cup and toe box.
Depending on the shoe, I where an 8, 8.5, or 9 US, and I have a regular width foot. Based on other reviews of these running on the small side, I ordered a 9 US/42. This fit me very comfortably, with room for a heavy sock if desired, or a thick gel insole. As referenced above, the insoles that come in the boot are very thin, so I will be replacing mine with some nice ones.
These boots are very comfortable! The ankle is able to flex reasonably well, and sole flexes well enough to walk easily. I am certain that they will break in and the sole will get even better. I have walked around in these for about two hours so far, both indoors and out, and have not noticed any pressure points or any hard parts digging into my feet or ankles. In fact, while walking around I forgot I was even wearing motorcycle boots. I just got back from a 5 hour ride and was very happy with them. The airflow was not quite what I was expecting it to be, but it was noticeable, and I can tell that this will make all the difference for me when it gets hot. Temps today went from 60F to 50F, and my feet were very comfortable. The shift patch lined up absolutely perfectly, too. They open enough to be easy to get on and off.
First of all, this is not a $3-400 pair of racing boots, and one should not expect them to be for $140. And being vented you can't expect an extreme level of armor. That being said, for the money, these boots are everything they should be and then some. No, they can't be resoled and last for 10 years. They are disposable boots, but I would expect to see 2-3 years from them easy. If any issues arise with them, I will update my review.
With my previous boots, my socks were quite sweaty above the foot by the time I arrived at work in the morning. With these boots, my feet get plenty of ventilation, even though I wear leather chaps that cover the entire top of the boots.
Tonight I left them on for four hours after I got home. My feet were comfortable the whole time. That was *not* case with my other boots.
The zipper is solid, and the Velcro that closes over the zipper is generous. There is a reflective oval on the back of each boot.
Some have said this boot runs long and/or wide. I normally wear a 13EE. This boot was the exact right length. At 1st it was just a tad snug, but loosened up after a few rides.
The flaps on the side could be styled better. I am not crazy about the gusset inside those flaps as it makes the boot just a little harder to put on, but I understand it's purpose for being there and it is generously sized compared to others I have seen
The walking comfort in this boot is terrific and may be the best feature of this boot.
Boot is light and comfortable to wear and walk in. Good protection, but not a race boot.
Haven't had it long enough to comment on durability. Soles are a bit thinner than my other boot, so if you are inseamed challenged that could be a slight factor. Fortunately I am not. I ride a 2010 Triumph Tiger 1050, so it has a pretty tall seat.
I recommend this boot. Revzilla is great!
over 2 years ago
they have a flat insole that is comfortable. I was expecting the venting to have more air flow but my touring bike has a large fairing that reduces are flow to boots but when on my hwy pegs air flow is much better. These boots flex well on floorboards use.
It certainly met the first three criteria. So far, it's been fine it both ~90 degree days as well as 60 degree mornings. The zipper and Velcro make it quick on, quick off, which is nice. The boots seem sturdy enough to offer decent protection should it become necessary.
Style is very much subjective, but it's still a little more space-man than I'd prefer. If I could've found a cheap, basic, black boot with fewer design flourishes, I think I would've done so, but for the price, and given how often I look at my boots, they worked for me.
They're comfortable enough to wear off the bike too. I spent last weekend walking around a convention and my feet never really bothered me. So, that's my way of saying that they're comfortable.
Sizing is a little weird, but that's just shoes in general to me, I wear a 10 in a Nike, 10.5 in a new balance, and a 9 with these. Took a return but the 9 fits my foot well.
Yes both sides have protection, there is mesh on the outside to let in some air, protection on the inside.
Hope this helps, Bert