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REV'IT Rodeo Boots
The REV'IT! Rodeo Boots bring classic combat boot vibes into the motoverse. The water repellent Apache batido cowhide ages beautifully and offers super protection on top of thermofored heel and toe, ankle cups and gear shift pad. These reinforced boots are designed to wear every day, allowing riders who don't have time for wardrobe changes to get on the bike and then on with their life.
Note: We have found the REV'IT Rodeo Boots tend to run large and suggest going down if you are between sizes.
- Outer Shell: Apache batido cowhide
- outer shell: 100% leather
- sole: 100% rubber
- lining: 100% polyester mesh
- Protection: thermoformed heel cup, thermoformed toe cap, slip resistant sole
- Visibility: reflection at heel
- Waterproofing & Breathability: water repellent
- Reinforced heel, reinforced toe, anatomically shaped foot bed, anatomically shaped ankle cup, gusseted tongue, gear shift pad
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I’m a girl, usually where a 9-10 in girly sizes. I got a size 40 and they fit very well. I can echo that the toe box is roomy but not cavernous.
These boots are NOT waterproof, BUT after all day in a good Alaska soaker, my feet were dry, after the second day in good Alaskan soaker my feet were damp. Before I left I sprayed the boots with Kiwi silicon waterproofing camp spray. I don’t know how much that helped but I feel that these boots are more waterproof than they have any right to be; VERY IMPRESSED with the water resistance of these boots. My socks were never ringing wet in two weeks of rainy riding, only occasionally damp.
Disappointing Feature #1: The soles. The melting point of the soles is FAR too low. Strange problem to have but an annoying issue. I ride an airhead boxer and the cylinders and heads are literally at my toes. I melted the arch of the sole on my oil cooler (250F max if that) and put some nice fin grooves in the heel after nicking the cylinder head. Don’t try kicking the fire ring, they will melt. For perspective, cheap Chinese hiking boot soles or any tennis shoe sole me be left in contact with hot fire ring indefinitely without melting or deforming.
Disappointing Feature #2: Make believe. The stacked leather heel is in fact a rubber heel with a thin leather veneer that has started peeling off :P. Big no no on $289 boots. Rubber heels are fine but don’t give me a faux stacked leather heel and disappoint. Come on REV’IT. The leather upper looks to be stitched to the sole but is in fact rolled under and glued. My left sole is just starting to lift away from the upper where the boot creases. The stitching you see is just a strip of stitched leather glued in the seam :P. I don’t like that make believe illusion of quality. I would not say these things are deal breakers, just disappointments. My issue is from the insoles down (the insoles are terrible), the leather upper of this boot is EXCELLENT. I have the brown ones and they patina very nicely after 5 weeks of riding, rain, and mud. The quality of the leather and the workmanship of the uppers is what you would expect on $289 boots. But the soles and insoles are not up to adventuring, maybe fine for just an expensive pair of urban fashion boots.
I am not very happy with the condition after only 3 months of usage considering how expensive they are.
First the sole of my left boot came unglued after less than 1 week of usage. Then the detail on the heels started to come off. And finally, the rubber on the heels and soles seems to be wearing down too quickly (too soft).
The layered look on the heels is really a very thin collection of leather strips. They are about 3/32 of an inch thick (1.5mm or so). Under that set of strips is a purely rubber heel. So the look on the heel is a veneer, not an actual stack of wood or leather as it appears in the photos.
Additionally the rubber heels, probably due to my gait, have started to wear off on the bottom near the back, and the rubber has worn down to a place above the bottom leather strip, so now it is hanging off and loose. This looks super tacky and cheap. These were twice what I paid for a pair of Doc Martin's that lasted at least a year before I had any issues, whereas the Rodeo's look like they are falling apart and cheaply constructed after only 3 months.
Other than this issue, I think the boots are great. They fit comfortably, I can walk around in them all day if I want to without feeling any pain and they are rather lightweight which is nice for mobility.
I would not recommend these for freeway/high-speed usage, as the protection they offer, which is more than a standard leather boot considering the ankle armor, is not sufficient for a high-speed crash. The leather is too soft and the sole is too flexible to offer any protection more than a regular boot at speeds greater than city commute speeds (25-30mph).
As others have said, these boots fit slightly large. As such, I ended up going for a size 42, though I normally wear (I believe) a size 43. For comparisons sake, I've worn a pair of Alpinestar S-MX 5 boots in 43 that fit pretty decent, and also a pair of First Gear Kili Hi boots in 42 that fit just fine in the length, but squished the heck out of my left pinky toe. In the case of the Rev'it Rodeo boots, I feel 42 was right on the money for me. I most likely would have been swimming in the next size up, and in agony the next size down. As it stands, the toe box and heel have just enough room to be comfortable while allowing a little toe wiggle room and even a little extra to throw in some thicker insoles.
And you will want to put in some better insoles because the ones that come included in these boots are absolutely useless. Aside from have no supportive structure whatsoever, they are extremely thin and really do nothing to support your foot. To get a visual, the foam they are made of is only about 1/16th of a inch thick, or about as thick as a typical key, if not less. The foam is also not very dense, so whatever foam is there quickly gets squished down under your body weight, leaving you feeling like you are walking on the bare bottom of the boot. To combat this, I have relied upon installing a second set of insoles from another pair of boots I have underneath the included insoles to give a little extra cushion and support. So far this setup has sufficed, with plenty of room inside the boot for my 2 insoles and foot to co-exist peacefully. I am, however, on the lookout for a single good replacement insole.
The outer sole is all rubber and stiff, but just stiff enough that you can still comfortable walk around all day with no issue. The rubber itself is actually quite soft, and because of that, quite grippy. Perhaps even a little too grippy? Be prepared to squeek practically everywhere you go. Any sort of waxed or shiny surface causes the sole of the boots to squeek as you walk. Not a problem outdoors on the street, but inside a store for example, people will be able to hear you coming from 2 aisles over.
Despite being all rubber, the sole made to look like the sole of a traditional pair of boots, going so far as to include faux stitching and screw heads molded into the rubber where a normal boots sole would be attached to the upper. As such, the sole is most likely just glued to the upper. I hope to keep these boots for a long time, so I hope that if the sole ever wears out, a talented cobbler might be able to figure a way to replace the sole for less than it would cost me to buy another pair of boots like this.
Regarding the protective features: I feel confident that the reinforced toe box, heel, and ankle protection will do an adequate job should I ever have an incident. I ride probably 90% city, just going to and from school and work, so nothing too high speed.
Overall, I quite like these boots. Are they a bit expensive? Yes. However, you are buying a very high quality product with great styling and a more than adequate amount of protection built in. You can ride and walk all day in these (provided you get yourself some better insoles), and you won't have to feel like you are stomping around in a pair of stormtrooper boots while doing it.
One final note: While overall the boots have a fantastic fit and finish, in my specific case the tongue of the left boot seems to have been sewn incorrectly. The tongue of the right boot sits right in the middle of the boot where it belongs, but the left boot's tongue is permanently twisted to the left. Any attempt to straighten it out is in vain, as within an hour the tongue twists itself to the left again. I've pretty much come to accept it, and it does not hurt the product in any way, but just keep that in mind as a possible quality control issue.
over 2 years ago
I'll start by saying by these about 2 sizes smaller than what you would normally wear.
I did that and now I'm gonna gush. These things are amazing!!! I'm very into good fashion and I could walk a fashion week runway and no one would know the difference.
Also the protection while not as good as the heavy bulky boots is very good. The heel and toe box are reinforced very well and the ankle armor is sturdy and makes me feel protected.
And switching gears in these things is heaven.
These are officially my new go to boots. Buy them you won't be sorry
I haven't worn them in cold weather, so I don't know how well they insulate heat. I've worn them in 100+ degree weather, though, and my feet weren't any hotter than you'd expect, so they seem to disperse the heat well.
I really like the look of them, and have gotten compliments. As far as protection, the toe seems solid, the ankle disks are a nice touch, and when you lace them up tight, they do a good job of limiting ankle rolling.
They are heavier than fashion boots, so you'll notice the weight when walking, and they don't seem to vent particularly well. Not a huge issue for me so far and on par with what I was expecting given the protection level.
They definitely pair well with a nice dark pair of jeans and I expect to get some good wear out of them for the next several years (I even wear them sometimes when I'm not riding.)