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The REVIT Mohawk Boots are masters of disguise. The ever popular moc toe design gives zero hints that the Mohawk Boots are packing full moto protection, making them the perfect choice for riders who need their boots to work for them off the bike as well as they do on. A water-repellent cowhide upper is reinforced with thermoformed heel and toes, as well as anatomically shaped ankle cups to protect critical areas. Comfortable enough to wear all day, you'll never have to pack a change of footwear again.
Note: RevZilla has found the REV'IT! Mohawk Boots to run large and recommends sizing down if between sizes.
Outer Shell: pull up WP full grain cowhide
outer shell: 100% leather
sole: 100% rubber
lining: 100% polyester mesh
Protection: thermoformed heel cup, thermoformed toe cap
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The refined brown leather motorcycle boot market is pretty scarce. This model seems to sit at the top of the pack of this website's boot inventory.
PROs: -Design. I think this design is spot on. I would think that even if they weren't moto boots. -Full grain leather is pretty nice. -Stitched moc-toe design is very appealing. The moc-toe design wins on aesthetics alone, but there is another reason to like this boot. A moc-toe will always have a slimmer vertical profile than a regular toe. This helps minimize movement needed to shift and extends comfort factors. -Malleolus protection isn't at all obtrusive. I could EASILY wear this boot off my motorcycle and not have a single person notice (in fact I plan on doing this). -Sole. Obviously this is a take on the famous Vibram Christy Wedge sole. However, this sole is much better suited for moto use. It is much lighter and much thinner than the Vibram equivalent. Again, this reduces shifting movement and increases the comfort factor. Welted soles are always cool, and this is no different. -Weight. It weighs practically no more than a tennis shoe. -Comfort. It's a really nice boot to wear with padding in all the right places. You almost forget that they're on. -Sizing. I usually wear a 13 (bordering on wide depending on brand). I purchased a 46 and it fits perfectly. Even with the toe-box protection, my huge/wide feet fit really nicely. -Profile. With a size 13, my leather boots are normally the size of cinderblocks. These do a fantastic job of limiting the profile. These features add to riding comfort as described above. -Build quality. This made-in-portugal shoe doesn't have a single loose thread or out-of-place stitch. Really nice.
CONs: -Leather. I've see nicer leather for less. While this full-grain stuff is nice, I was expecting a nicer feel/look/patina out of the box. This could largely be due to waterproofing agent applied to the leather, who knows. I would have liked to see the tongue/toe made from the same piece of leather. -Color. It's still eye catching, but it differs from the photo (which also differs from the video). I would describe my pair as chestnut. I realize that with tanning/dying processes, color variance can be expected. I would have liked a slightly less reddish pair. -Laces. They may have gone function over form here, but I'm not sure. The laces are very beefy and significantly darker than the tongue/boot leather. When the boots are tied up, they are fairly visually dominating. They are also on the short side for my preference. A 2nd pair of laces wouldn't be shocking for a boot of this price. -Insole. The insole is cheap. It is a cheap piece of single-density foam. At 260lbs, they squash under my weight and provide virtually no arch support. (*This does add to the slim side-profile of the boot, which I love). For this price, I had better not need to buy an insole. -Gusset. The gusset only comes up to the 4th eyelet. (It is a nice thin leather that is soft and gets out of the way, which I like). For the money, though, I think the gusset should extend to higher eyelets. -Eyelets. The top eyelet is yellow. I think this takes away from the boot stylistically. The yellow eyelet is also narrower than the others. This acts to almost cinch the lace. I like the idea, but I suspect that eventually this will shave down/weaken the laces. Eyelets don't extend all the way up the boot. When fully laced, there is a sense that the boot just could be just a bit more secure. -Aglets. I feel these could have been of higher quality. I've had converse sneakers with more robust aglets. -Shift/Toe cover. This is a nice feature, but it's too narrow to rely on. Additionally this cover is not full grain leather. It appears to be vinyl dyed to match the full grain body (it's not identical, but it's close). I will be buying a different toe cover to protect these bad boys. These are such great-looking boots, I don't want to scuff them up unnecessarily.
These boots are highly recommended. For this price, I would have liked a few issued to be addressed considering I can buy American-hand-stitched Chromexcel boots for the same price (albeit with no moto functionality). However, the moto boot market is much smaller than the pedestrian boot market, which should be factored into pricing. All things considered I am EXTREMELY happy with the purchase. If I had to buy a new pair of boots right now, I'd buy these again in a heartbeat. Nothing comes close stylistically; the protection is sufficient for my needs.
***If you buy these, I would personally recommend using a leather cleaner and then a leather conditioner immediately. These boots have a beautiful full-grain patina. You never know how long the leather has been sitting in storage. Given the uneven nature of full grain leather, unconditioned leather may present wear patterns/creases prematurely in certain areas if untreated. You may/will have to reapply waterproofing agents following treatment.
Wish I didn't bother buying them in the first place
I did not buy these shoes from Revzilla, but feel this review needs to go up, but from their distributor in India.
I have become fairly skeptical about buying anything RevIt and have started exploring alternate brands.
I have used a couple of sets of RevIt touring jackets (Cayenne Pro, Sand) and trousers (Sand 1, 2), gloves (Dirt, Sand Pro, Summit H20) and now these boots. So to say I was earlier a big fan is an understatement.
In under a year, my boot fell apart at the sole and stitches came apart. The leather didn't wear too well, and they started looking more like the stuff homeless people use. Inspite of the ridicule about their appearance from peers, I stitched the sole up at a local cobbler and continued with the usual abuse cycle - rain, sun, it didn't matter. If the situation didnt need full on touring boots, these were my choice. I also had a pair of TCX Xcube (excellent shoe) around the same time, and they did everything without skipping a beat.
I had to finally bin these boots and here is the pic attached. For the asking money, I can think of better things to spend on. And there are cheaper shoes that do the job. Look at TCX Xcube, mine lasted. Sorry if yours did a RevIt Mohawk.
Pic attached - this was the last straw and I had to bin it. The stitches I had done to extend the shoe life are visible.
Money spent - too much Do I regret it - totally
I am usually very careful with my gear spend, and try to spend right even if its expensive stuff. Guess I didn't get this one right.
There is a great deal to like about this boot; however, all of that is negated by the fact that the sole of the boot is splitting after less than a year. That should not happen at this price point. Particularly in a boot that must meet safety standards for motorcycle use. REV'IT! just said too bad its normal wear and tear.
I don’t know why it’s taken companies so long to make safe and functional gear that looks understatedly stylish, but Revit has been hitting it out of the park lately.
These boots are similar to Red Wing work boots but are much more protective. Though it isn’t going to be up to a race boot level of protection, these are a lot stiffer and more substantial than a regular boot. The leather has a high-quality look and feel and after several months of use, is developing a nice worn-in patina. These are comfortable enough to wear all day and though I wouldn’t want to walk miles in them they’re great in that I can ride to a meeting and not look like I’m wearing motorcycle boots.
The protective toe cover is a nice thought, I just found it getting in the way of the shifter and the bottom was catching on my footpeg. I removed mine, cut the stretchy part off, sewed it back together in tight loop and wrapped it around the shifter peg.
Air flow is pretty much nonexistent and my feet do get warm in slow traffic on a hot day. The plus side is I’m hoping I’ll be able to wear them when it gets colder and not have a breeze shoot through them like some lace-up boots do.
All in all, these are really great boots. I highly recommend them.
Good boots, but quality control is lacking a bit - buy from a store where you can see them first
These boots look great and are comfortable. Rev'it seems to maybe not have the best quality control going - there's a defect in leather on one of the boots that has me worried about how long they'll hold up. If you buy these - get them from a place where you can inspect them before laying out this much money.
I bought a pair of these boots in January of 2015, excited to finally find a riding boot that can be worn both on the bike and around the office.
The leather is a little on the thin side, but despite this the boots are VERY warm for summer wear/riding, almost too much in the south FL heat, but not needing to carry a second pair of shoes to change into at work/school was well worth the trade off
And they worked fantastically for about a year of near - daily wear.
However, after the one year warranty expired, the sole of the boot began to separate from the heel, rendering them unusable. I'd expect a MUCH longer life out of a boot with a MSRP of nearly $300.
Boots look and feel great! Everyone that sees them is shocked that they actually are motorcycle boots. They are comfortable enough to walk around in, but they can tend to get a little warm. Not a lot of arch support, but an aftermarket insole should do the trick.
Only complaint, the shifting strap fell off two weeks into owning them. I ride to work everyday, so I guess that was inevitiable.
Great looking boots, you hardly notice that you are wearing a motorcycle boot. The leather suffers a lot of distress just by normal city riding, the stiching on the upper part of the boot is slowly opening and leaving a hole in the leather union all this in less than 2 months and I don´t thing they will last long, bad thing for a 290 dollar boots.
You'll be hard pressed to find a more comfortable, or better looking, boot that offers the protection you need on your bike. I commute to work every day with these and wear them until I get home. No one guesses that they're designed for riding, but I do get a ton of compliments.
If you're going to walk around a lot, they may get a bit stiff. Personally, I just loosen all the laces and tie a square knot at the top to protect them from dragging and it's perfectly comfortable.
Before I bought these, one of my favorite features was the shifter cover. It looks great and does offer protection, but it tended to get stuck while I tried to position my foot. It also fell off about a week or so after I got them. I was bummed at the time, but they seem to be holding up just fine.
The color matches what's in the video much more than the picture. It has a bit of a reddish hue to it, especially in direct sunlight.
Stylish, comfortable and seemingly ample protection
I purchased the Mohawks as my first set of motorcycle boots after riding around in non-moto boots for two years. I wanted to find a pair that would both look stylish without sacrificing protection and I believe (for myself at least) these boots fit the bill. The boots look great and the protective qualities are as advertised (although I won't know until the unexpected happens *knock on wood). I'm tempted to wear these out even when I'm not riding.
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Part of the new collection from REV'IT!, these are the full-height Mohawk Boots. Remember you have the Bleeker, you have the Ginza, you have the Rodeo. The Mohawk are the full-height guys. Those four, from REV'IT!, part of their City Collection 2014. These bad boys are unique in a few different ways. Classic line, they're going to be very fashion-inspired but one of the cool things about the Mohawk is that they're using a water-resistant or a WP Pull-up leather and that Pull-up leather, the way the grain is done, it's actually going to break in. It's going to distress. You're going to develop a great patina on the REVIT Mohawk Boots over time.
They're also the most water-repellent out of the new boots from REV'IT! There's a gator that goes up behind the tongue. Not fully waterproof but water-repellent nonetheless and you can see the style of these bad boys. It's almost like a Redwing and a Topsigner had a baby but the nice part is, they've injected enough moto functionality that off the bike, great comfort and style, on the bike you have enough coverage and you're going to see here, this is the only boot in the collection from REV'IT! that comes with a removable shifter panel. They didn't want to build it in. They wanted to maintain the style on the topside of the boot so they're giving you this leather, this full-grain WP leather pad that goes over the boot that you're going to wear when you're riding, which is a really nice and classy touch to the Mohawk Boots.
Now, quick note on fitment. It's going to fit fine for an American foot although it is a European boot coming in European sizes. The arch isn't out of control.
Diving back into the REVI'IT Mohawk boots themselves. There is the contrast stitching. We've already touched on the leather and think about it from a moto perspective, there's got to be protection. You're investing north of $250. Toe protection, heel protection built-in and I do like it that they give you this malleolus protection. That's that Fred Flintstone bone, outside of the ankle, inside of the ankle, that's called the medial side and you do have some comfort padding that's leather-lined across the top. Again, really unique style. I'm not a big brown boots guy myself. I wear a lot of blacks and a lot of grays but again, if this suits your style, this is going to be an out-of-the-park home run. Notice it's full-height too. It almost takes some of the flavor from the Rodeo boot from REV'IT!, which is going to be a little bit more military in style and this Mohawk again has its own unique flavor to it. On the sole side of things, it's going to be reasonably stiff on the bottom side here. On the stiff scale, we're going to give it about a 7 out of ten, little bit stiffer and aligned compared to some of the lighter weight boots but again, rounded laces, full height, you should be good to go. They even attach some reflectivity here in the back.