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Icon 1000 Elsinore Boots

Item: P211497

The Icon 1000 Elsinore Boots feature throwback motocross styling, updated for modern city scramblers and classic-minded street riders. Read More

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Icon Elsinore Boots

The Icon 1000 Elsinore Boots are straight out of On Any Sunday. A blast from the MX tracks of decades past, the classic five-strap, alloy-buckle chassis, stamped metal heel plate, and internal steel shank combine for a serious dose of moto-x homage. The traditional Goodyear welt construction mates the Icon street-specific sole to the magnificent leather upper. A medial entry zipper, allocated from Paratrooper jump boots, is the only luxury the Elsinore will allow itself. A modern relic from an era when men were iron and tanks were steel. The Elsinore, old-school MX reinterpreted for the urban sprawl.

Features:

  • 12" top grain leather upper
  • Goodyear welt construction
  • Icon cast metal buckles
  • Icon stamped metal heel plate
  • Heat pressed leather shifter panel
  • Heat pressed molded leather shin plate
  • Internal ankle protection
  • Axialmetric steel shank
  • YKK Zippers
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4.5 / 5.0
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Want to feel like Toecutter.
Love the style and the comfort, but it all goes downhill from there. Huge toe box will make you have to adjust your shifter, and if you have multiple pairs of boots that becomes a pain.
Shift pad is suede over a cutout of the boot material amid becomes the second weakest link after the zipper system.
I put maybe 150 miles on these before I was out on a not so narly trail to look down to my boot falling off because the zipper made like a disappearing act. Luckily I had some electrical tape to keep it on my foot. Also they don't like the rain at all.
June 8, 2013
Ride:
2009 Kawasaki KLX250S
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
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4 / 5
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5 / 5
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Initial quality is amazing!
Fit.
I was a bit hesitant to pull the trigger on these because I'm not familiar with how my feet would fit in Icon boots. For comparison I wear a size 11 in Vans, Converse, Nike and Asics. These fit perfectly with a little room in the toe.

Features
One thing to note is how much more pronounced the yellow stitching is in person compared to the product photos. Not a complaint, just an observation. Oh and you get a small set of extra screws for the heel plates. I guess they're replaceable. It's not advertised as a steel toe, but it's pretty rigid past the shifter panel.

Air Flow
I wore these for a while with thick socks and my jeans tucked in and my feet don't feel overheated at all. Then again it is pretty cold out now. So I can't say how these will fair in the warmer temps.

Protection & Durability
As you can imagine they are pretty clunky and stiff right out of the box and they'll need a good amount of time to break them in. I feel like Frankenstein walking around in them. Definitely not a walking around boot. At least not at first. Overall it feels like these could take a beating. Time will tell on this front.

Comfort
Firm, yet flexible support around the ankle area and enough width and height in the toe box even with thicker socks. I've got a bunion too. So no comfort issues with that either. WOO. The sole inserts are kind of flimsy, but replaceable. I threw in a pair of my own which are a bit thicker with the arch support. Still enough room. I have somewhat skinny calves (15.5"). I didn't have to loosen up the buckles from their default setting to get them on. They zipped right up over my jeans.

Style
Give it up for Icon for making such cool boots. Icon has done an amazing job recreating the old school mx style. Just look at the photos. It's just as cool as you think they are.

Bang for the Buck
Like I said, I just got these and time will tell how these will fair out on the road, but my initial impression is overwhelmingly positive. 4 out of 5. If they hold up after a few months of punishment, the 5th star is well deserved.
November 7, 2012
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NOT for people with muscular or thick calves
I tried these boots on locally so I'd know my size and could purchase them here. I wear an 8.5 boot in women's, normally, so tried on a 9. I chose the men's size for a reason.

The foot fit wonderfully! To be on the safe side, I put the buckles on the last, outermost hole on each of them and then proceeded to zip them up. They wouldn't go with my pants tucked inside. I pulled my pants out and tried again. OW!!! I COULD get them zipped but only with great, sharp pain, and fear of actually catching skin in the zipper! The calf was too tight! I decided I needed a size up, so went to 9.5. Same problem! 10? Same problem! 10.5? Same!

Turns out, when changing sizes, ONLY THE FOOT PART OF THE BOOT CHANGES,, NOT THE CALF. If you have muscular or thick legs, it doesn't matter WHAT size you try on. They won't zip for you.

For the record, I measured my calves when I got home. At the thickest part, my calf measures 15". I Googled and found that to be about average for most women. One woman was a ballet dancer and another was a runner, so definitely both fit people, and they had calves similar to mine.

Gorgeous boot, comfortable in nearly every way, but only meant for thinner (thinner calves, anyway) people. Why doesn't sizing up the boot also size up the calf part?!
January 10, 2014
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
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4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Gest boots I ever had!
I've been eyeing these boots for months, so I finally decided to spend the $250 on them . . . It is worth every penny!

The moment you get them out of the box you notice the quality of the materials and craftsmanship. They look even better than the pictures!

I ride a V-Twin but never thought that the typical cruiser boots offer any protection at all. Since these boots have lots of protection but yet with a look that I think goes with about any bike. I have the brown distressed oiled color and they look just fantastic!

As they say on the video, they are a bit on the stiff side, but surprisingly, it does not affect your comfort walking around, and you get the best comfort while riding.

They break in quite quickly . . . I put them on the day I got them, and kept them on for the day . . . in a few hours it already felt like it was "mine".

They are very true to size, if you look into the conversion charts and measure your feet. give an extra 1/4" if you plan on using thick socks and you are all set!

Icon really shows their care for the product and for the customer in every aspect. You will find an extra buckle packed with your boots too.

The only thing is that they are a bit bulky at the toe area and shifting may get a bit cumbersome for some bikes . . . but these boots are so good that I am willing to make a slight mod on my shifter if I don't get used to the position.

In short, best boots I ever had!

As for Revzilla . . . Well, it was my first time buying from them, and I don't think I will buy from anyone else, if I can! Amazing customer service before, during and after purchase. Shipping is SUPERFAST!
Bought a pair of Icon Sacred for my wife and had to return it for size - it took me 3 minutes on the phone! You guys ROCK!
July 22, 2014
Ride:
2013 Yamaha XVS 1300 Stryker
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
2 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
These boots are okay. Could have used more function and less form.
I bought these boots because I wanted something that would fit high on my shins and be easy to get on/off (I can take or leave the style of these things). The boots are comfortable enough and break in quickly. The quality of the boot is so-so. One of the things that REALLY annoys me with the boot is the "shift pad". They are not protective pieces of leather stitched over the boot leather as one would assume, in fact, there is no boot leather under the "shift pad". They are merely a suede type leather sewn over a cut-out section of the boot. And the suede material does not seem to be all that robust. Icon should have been less concerned with style and produced a more solid boot without these shift pads. They would have looked better without them anyway. That said, the boots provide decent protection for the money so they get my luke-warm recommendation.
February 27, 2013
Ride:
2009 Kawasaki KLR650
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
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4 / 5
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3 / 5
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Quality just not there for this price
I found the quality of construction lacking in the pair I received. They're made in China of course, not Portland, but the panels on mine were somewhat misaligned to the point where markings for assembly were visible. There were some other areas that are just cheaply made to save a few cents, like a plastic zipper and cheap elastic. Otherwise, I love them. I really, really want to keep them but I can't knowing that the quality isn't what it was hyped to be for the 1000 line. For $100, yes. For $150 maybe. But the quality just is not there for this price point. Fit was great. Just a hair narrower than regular boots of the same size which is perfect for a serious riding boot.
August 10, 2013
Ride:
1979 Harley Davidson XLH1000
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
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5 / 5
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Awesome looking retro style boots.
Great boots! They get noticed, everyone asks where I bought them, and who makes them.
Here is the deal on the "break in":
The ankle portion is molded in a slight forward angle (ridding position). Also, the boot is a "bit" taller in the shift area, than my other boots. I have a 2014 Gen II VMax, and it seemed like the boots were too thick for my bike at first. However, the main issue was flexing the boot at the ankle, enough to get the toe portion under the shift lever. This will soften up and "break in" over time, and allow you to flex your foot under the shift lever with ease. The soles are very stiff, as stated in the review video, and will probably always be. Not for long walks, but they are comfortable enough to stand around in. They feel great when ridding.
Fit:
The fit is spot on with my American 10.5 sized foot. At first they seemed like they might be a little small in the toes, but, either they stretched, the padding in the heel area compressed, or I'm just used to square toe boots. Anyway, they were perfect after one outing.

Again, shifting was difficult at first, but was getting better/easier after one "half hour" ride. Also, you can shift "up" with the side of the boot, using the lip of the sole, until they break in.
Hope this helps someone decide.
April 14, 2016
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
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4 / 5
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4 / 5
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Only three weeks in.
My first impression of the Elsinores were a little disappointed. They seemed not as well constructed, or sleek as they appear on the advertising. Also the fit was not as comfortable as I was expecting. These are my third pair of bike boots, coming from River Road engineer boots and Dainese's. Never experienced slipping with previous boots (I ride 5 days a week; wet/dry weather), but my third day in with these boots my left foot slid when I was stopped at a red light, didn't notice puddles or oil on street. Odd. It's been three weeks now with the Elsinores, and with the breaking in they feel a lot more comfortable and preform better. Also, the dirtier and more worn they get, the better they feel and look... Not very keen on the "made in China", oh well...
September 24, 2012
Ride:
2009 Triumph Bonneville T100
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Dear Revzilla, I never thought this would happen to me...
Thanks to Revzilla's expert advice and sagely reviews, I was interested in the Icon 1000 Elsinore boots and had to order a pair. I knew these were some sexy gear but I had no idea. I was out for a nice long ride on a hot Utah Desert cruise hunting Skags and Radscorpions. When I got home, the boots I had ordered arrived. I wasn't expecting the supply drop off for another week, but I should have known better when I ordered Revzilla. The Friendly wagging of the wings let me know something good was waiting for me as the plane banked east RTB. Another fast delivery!
As soon as I opened the box, I knew I had to try this badass Foot Gear Upgrade. I couldn't get my old musty combat boots off my feet fast enough. I pulled this Foot Armor on and it fit perfectly - just as advertised. More comfortable too. Those tags hanging off the boot - yeah, I ripped those puppies off. These are not going back. In fact - if anything happens to me - Bury me in these boots. It was easy to adjust the fit and the zipper on the insides to take them on and off - Sweet. I know I just got off my bike and the engine was still ticking, but I had to jump on and ride again. Awesome support thanks to the motorcross genetic engineering. The steel shank in the sole gives a solid feel when you are on the pegs, sitting or standing or running to a better firing position or jumping razor wire.
These boots are as good as they look - and they look better in person than in the pictures and video.
Well, when I got home, this Hot Redhead took one look at me in these boots... that slow up and down look. She stared at the boots for a moment and then she just grinned and then jumped me. She was all over me like an AXE Commercial. An hour later I'm needing a cigarette and a sandwich and now she's asking if they make these boots for women!
August 9, 2012
Ride:
2005 KTM 525 MXC
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Comfortable, sturdy, and generally awesome
This was my first pair of boots I've ever owned for motorcycle riding, so take this review with a few grains of salt. First off, these things look amazing. I get compliments on them everywhere I go, and I'm a huge fan of the aesthetic. According to the email I've just got these are 90 days in and I've got no complaints whatsoever. The buckles allow for a tighter or looser fit along the legs; this has been great because I have pretty big calves that otherwise might not have fit comfortably in the size 11's that I bought. Came with an extra buckle too, although I don't see any part of these boots ever coming apart. The zipper entry has been great: quick, easy, and haven't had any problems at all with the zipper coming down while riding or anything like that. The shifter has left only a minor scuff after a few months of riding. Again, this is my first pair of boots so I'm not what is or is not typical for wear from the shifter, but I've attached a picture so you can judge for yourself. I've once forgotten my work shoes and had to work 7 hours on my feet in these boots instead and did so with only a little discomfort towards the end. Been on a few 2 or 3 hour trips on them with no discomfort at all. The toebox is a little large compared to the boots I was using before and I had to get used to fitting my boots a little more snug between the footpeg and shifter; if you're already short on space fitting your boot under the shifter that's something to be aware of. Air flow is excellent. I frequently have to ride in heavy rain and I've never experienced any discomfort either from getting sweaty feet or from them getting wet. They simply dry off again no problem, and even in slick conditions they've always given me plenty of traction when I need to set my feet down. I'm thrilled with my purchase and I'd definitely recommend it to anybody who likes the look of the boots.
January 26, 2016
Ride:
2004 Kawasaki Ninja 250R
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Kent M on Nov 6, 2017
Just look at them. They are the epic motocycle gear!
R O on Jul 31, 2017
look good
Kent M on Nov 6, 2017
Classic retro vintage Australian Rossi MX boot looks
Simon W on Sep 22, 2017
Just look at them. They are the epic motocycle gear!
R O on Jul 31, 2017
Safety and style together.
S E on Jul 24, 2017
Fantastic boots! Similar to the Icon 1000's, these tall legged boots are comfortable, durable, and look great. This is an excellent boot to ride in and if your looking for extra protection without replacing comfort I would suggest these boots. A well made product that any enthusiast would enjoy!
Gerard P on Jun 25, 2017
Great looks and more protection than my Red Wing Iron Rangers
Steve R on Jun 12, 2017
Have you seen them? That's why...
Dave M on Mar 30, 2017
because they look amazing, and are suuuuuper sturdy.
nicholas p on Feb 23, 2017
Look and feel great. Very happy with these boots.
John S on Feb 9, 2017
Just look at those boots! A great retro-look is perfect for those moderate adventure rides! Makes me think of my early days of riding back in the '70's!
Douglas C on Jan 23, 2017
Name brand quality
Harlan M on Dec 20, 2016
I love Icon Rider motorcycle gear...I have been using it since 2007 and it really is the best...I have been looking at these boots for quite a while...they look great and I love the Retro touch...Thanks for all you do.
Thomas M on Dec 16, 2016
christmas gift for my son
mark m on Dec 12, 2016
Protection, not plastic
Tim K on Nov 2, 2016
They look PHENOMENAL and offer a lot of protection.
Michele B on Aug 4, 2016
AWESOME boots! I have the black and brown pair and wear them just about every day!
Jason M on Aug 3, 2016
looked good, comfortable
Hank T on Jul 29, 2016
Every Icon product I own is stellar in performance, fit, comfort and style.
James B on Jun 12, 2016
I know the brand.
I love the look.
I want it...
Patrick G on May 30, 2016
Because it is iconic! No other manufacturer makes such nice attention-to-detail vintage mx boots period!
David T on May 8, 2016
Style, comfort and cost.
Larry M on Apr 23, 2016
I like the style and have had good luck with Icon footwear before (Patrol WP boots and Field Armor Chukka boots)
JNorris on Apr 21, 2016
coolest looking off road adventure bike boots you have on the site... I would have sprung for the steel shinguard version if it had the same contrast stitching... Hope it fits good.
Mark d on Apr 13, 2016
I have the brown colored boots and everywhere I go, I get complements!!! Very comfy and solid fit!
noel a on Apr 7, 2016
love the look and the protection they offer
Damien T on Mar 30, 2016
The style of these boots is a bit over rated in my opinion, but I wanted an easy on/off boot with shin protection.
stumblebum on Mar 12, 2016
Protection, securing pant legs, style.
A C on Mar 11, 2016
Style baby!
Kevin K on Mar 6, 2016
I currently own three Elsinore and two El Bajo boots already. I just love the styling even though they do wear out after three years of constant wear.
L A on Feb 17, 2016
Very cool looking boots and functional too.
John L on Feb 17, 2016
form, function, and fashion.
chris r on Jan 30, 2016
Costume! Needed to go with KILT!
kyle m on Jan 12, 2016
great style and functional
luke m on Jan 2, 2016
reviews, reputation and price. Color and size options as well. Women's boots need to have larger sizing for us taller gals;)
Amanda L on Dec 28, 2015
Dirt Rider review
Dana B on Sep 29, 2015
The devil made me do it..... and I do it again.... and Ill like it... so there.
Robert P on Jul 23, 2015
I like the vintage look and the price was to good to pass up, not to mention the YouTube video got me sold. Thanks Revzilla
Jamaal W on May 20, 2015
Good protection and a unique style.
A S on May 17, 2015
These boots are more about style than anything else. Sold them not long after I bought them. Thought they looked great but just weren't for me.
Stephen C on May 11, 2015
The retro look is the reason I purchased these boots. But the comfort if the reason I keep them. If you adjust the front straps these boots are not only great looking but they are comfortable. Great boots!
Kevin H on May 11, 2015
Safety and protection with style
Michael H on Apr 19, 2015
Great Boot with High Quality Leather !!!
Stephen S on Mar 31, 2015
Classic English MX boot look.
Alec E on Mar 26, 2015
I wanted full protection, shin included and loved the retro style.
Matthew F on Feb 11, 2015
HONDA CR250 ELSINORE was named after the off-road race in lake Elsinore California in the 1960's.

In 1973 Elsinore CR250M took the AMA 250 National Motocross series

AS YOU SLIDE INTO THE ELSINORE BOOTS, YOU BECOME A BEAST... HUNT!
nsa n on Dec 4, 2014
Great Value!
Rogue on Nov 24, 2014
they look awesome !
thomas c on Nov 17, 2014
Awesome looks and the video!
Leslie B on Nov 4, 2014
Need a good duel sport boot and I love the vintage look!!!
Kenneth H on Oct 15, 2014
Overall style and my riding style.
Daryl H on Sep 30, 2014
Classic retro vintage Australian Rossi MX boot looks
Simon W on Sep 22, 2017
Safety and style together.
S E on Jul 24, 2017
Are these boots waterproof? Resistant?
A shopper on Sep 11, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Water resistant. There's no hydrophobic membrane or taped / sealed seams, so it can't be claimed to be waterproof. Hasn't rained yet here in PDX, but I'm going to bet if worn under leathers, overpants or even decent riding jeans my feet won't get wet. Won't be treating the leather on these for water resistancy. Just personal preference. I'll put my Sidis on if it's raining. These I'll wear to scare people.
Hi, are the can these boots be resoled at a cobbler/shoe repairer? or are these trow aways like most boots/shoes now a-days?
A shopper on Apr 19, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I have had my pair for over two years and they are very durable and years away from needing resoling... but should they ever need it, a boot repair shop could easily do the deed.
Hey Elsinores
Is this 12 inch from the floor
or from the footbed inside shoe?
thanks
Brad T on Apr 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Just measure mine... they're just over 12 inches from the INSIDE of the footbed to the top of the boot. Please note, mine are a size 11.5, so other sizes may vary slightly...
As luck would have it - I sheared the lower rivet off within a week of new. How hard is it to get an extra one or two rivet kits?
A shopper on May 30, 2013
BEST ANSWER: RevZilla actually carries these now, listed as "Icon Boot Buckle Kit".
Hey, have a question about size. This will be my first pair of real protective riding boots. I bounce between a 12 and a 13 usually. For example - I buy Redwing boots in 12 because the leather opens up a bit. My lady got me a pair of these Elsinores in size 13 and I can just get my foot inside, but when I stand and walk, there is a little play in the ankle and toe area where my foot moves a bit in the boot.

For a riding boot, should these be on the tighter side with no play inside the boot as they will likely open up a bit, or should I stick with the 13s as they may just be very stiff right now and will form to my foot a bit over time?

Normally I'd go down a size, but any smaller and I'm worried about getting my foot into them at all, and they are already snug on my calfs - no room to size down on the legs...

Any pointers appreciated, thanks.
A S on Apr 2, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hey - Per your question:
Normally I wear 9.5 in regular shoes, so i took a gamble and ordered size 9.5. I have to admit, to my surprise, the pair fitted very well.

When I first tried them on It felt a bit odd : the boots were heavier than what I used to and a bit stiffer but kind to the calf. That being said, I got used to it very quickly as they loosen a hair. I am wearing them using a thin pair of socks. hopefully it won;t change the feel when i'll be wearing a thicker ones.

For max comfort, i think you should allow some play, at least to allow some air flow. Since you are in between two sizes i would suggest that you go with size13s, specially if your wear them with thick socks. Also don't forget that your feet during summertime have a tendency to swell in a bit.

Be prepared to a lack of comfort when you hope on your bike for the first time with the boots on. The sole is very thick. I ride a cruiser and luckily I have a heel-toe shifter. I can't up shift with my toe: not enough space between floorboard and the gear shifter.
What is the calf diameter?
A shopper on Mar 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have mine on the last hole on the top 2 straps, my calves are 16" and I have my kevlar jeans zipped inside. I think you could go to 16.5" but that's it. I read somewhere 17" before I bought the boots but I know I wouldn't have a prayer of getting my jeans inside and why would I want to hide these hot looking boots with my pants over top?? i'd get the shorty version, El Bajo I think it is, if you have bigger calves than 16.5"
what is the max caff size that will fit in the boot?
Damien T on Mar 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: My calf is 16". With the adjuster all the way out, the boot fit OK. But that's without jeans tucked in. With jeans tucked, my calf was way too tight for comfortable riding.
Just got my Icon Elsinore boot. Brown, what should I do to treat the leather, darken it up a little and keep it protected?
A shopper on Jun 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I use leather CPR. It's excellent and won't saturate them with oil. Avoid synthetic oils including any neatsfoot oil that is a "blend" or "formula" or isn't 100% pure. Be careful to avoid blotches because the leather used is fairly absorbent
on the vidio i see yellow stiching on the boot. I do not wish to have this. Do I specify this?
A shopper on Oct 24, 2013
BEST ANSWER: No. The short boot, "El Bajo" has black stitching but the Elsinore is only available with yellow stitching (when you order the black boot).

Some black shoe polish may cover or at least darken the yellow stitching.
Does Icon boot sizing run true to size?
A shopper on Feb 27, 2012
BEST ANSWER: I followed the size that was specified for the boots. I measured my feet and the circumference of my calves and the shoe fit me close to perfect. I mean so perfect its almost tight, but not constricting. Of course they will stretch eventually throughout use.
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