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SIDI Adventure Rain Boots
Sidi Adventure Rain Boots
The Sidi Adventure Rain Boots feature a hinged ankle support structure that allows for fluid movement fore and aft yet inhibits side to side motion for a very high level of protection. The Adventure Rain also provides shin protection that is slim enough to fit under most pant legs to aid in overlapping for waterproofing.
- Soft lugged sole for maximum grip
- Composite inner sole
- Rigid, shock resistant, anatomically shaped heel for maximum protection
- Malleolus external guard to enhance protection of those tender small foot bones
- Split grain leather inner anti-wear/heat panel
Fit & Function
- Membrane equipped to add a water resistant yet breathable barrier between the elements and the rider's feet. Single Flex System upper
- Exclusive cam-lock buckle system
- Replaceable strap / buckle system
- Removable arch support
- Top grain leather and Lorica construction
- Slim, cool non-bootie design
- Cambrelle lining
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Reviews & Questions
The pros of these boots are well documented; basically they are armored tanks for your feet and lower legs. You want protection, you've got it. You could die in a drone strike and your feet would be undamaged.
The point I want to stress is, you aren't just trading more money for more protection here, vs cheaper, lighter weight boots. You are also trading feeling and comfort. Compared to my Tepors, I can't feel the shifter at all. My feet feel like they are in casts. These are big, hulking heavy boots and it takes some getting used to. They're also substantially more difficult to walk around in, and they are hotter to wear. I couldn't ride with them until I adjusted the gear shifter upwards. It's a big boot to swing around the shifter to go from shifting up to down. I feel very clumsy in them and I've had a few accidental clutchless shifts in the acclimation. With the Tepors I could so easily modulate the pressure I put on the rear brake and shifter, just seamless integration between me and the controls, but not so with these. Its like my feet are numb.
Now that being said, I want maximum protection and I'm going to get used to the huge size and lack of feel of these boots. But just be aware what you are getting into here. These may actually be more boot than you want to deal with. They are costly and cumbersome, in exchange for hardcore protection. For commuting, which is what I use them for, they may be overkill.
Found a pair I could try on last month and bought them. The more I wear them the happier I have become.
Got first hand experience of how protective they are last Saturday. I was riding the saddle over 4 Peaks Mountain in Maricopa AZ. I am new to dirt riding so this was a challenging ride for me. Half-way through the ride I lost control of the bike and it ended up crashing directly on my ankle. I was convinced my ankle was trashed. I did end up with a broken leg (fibula up near the knee), but my ankle is fine.
These boots did everything I could have asked for. They are not even damaged. If necessary, I would replace them without a question asked.
Attached x-ray is of my leg after the crash.
Once they had arrived I checked their fit and it was as expected. Of course, with any new leather boot it must be broken-in so I wore them around the house as much as possible. One trick that always helps speed up the breaking in process is to simply get them wet (exterior only) and continue to wear them around for a few hours and then let them dry. I repeated this for about 3 days and that was about all that was necessary. This is what works for me.
The only negative thing that I noticed about the boot was the notorious squeak that I read in all of the reviews. And yes it is annoying! The squeak is due to the material associated with the hinge around the ankle while you are walking in the boots. But I found a simple solution in my garage. I used some “silicone” garage door lubricant spray. Just hold each boot upside down and spray a small amount of silicone lube in the hinge area allowing the silicone to wick underneath the hinge material along the back of the boot. Wipe off the excess silicone and you should notice an immediate improvement. If there is still some squeak re-apply more silicone lube. Just remember to wipe off any excess.
It will be difficult to feel the shift lever until the boots are well broken-in. It’s not really a big deal for an experienced rider. About three weeks into riding this was a non-issue.
In the beginning I was debating weather or not to get the Adventure Gortex instead of the Rain boots. After reading the reviews I found that the Adventure Rains held up just fine so I elected to save the extra 100 dollars to feed my Starbucks habit. Lol. The boots are most certainly waterproof! I took a weekend long rider refresher course where it poured down rain the entire weekend…. My feet were bone dry and never once got cold(42 degree weather). I usually swear by GORTEX but in this case, SIDI makes a quality product that far exceeded my expectations.
One more thing, if you are wearing the adventure rains and off-road adventure riding pants that have kneepads, hip pads ect. It will be a challenge to sit down in the bathroom! The boots ride just below the knee so you may just want to kick them off before hand...
As far as their appearance goes, my hat goes off to SIDI for a job well done!!!! Like with all Sidi products, great design, craftsmanship and unmatched quality.
They're very comfortable to walk in after the first few days of breaking them in. Shifting was a bit clunky at first, at least for me coming from a more street-oriented boot, but I got used to it after a few days.
I normally wear a size 10-11 US, depending upon the brand of shoe or boot. I replaced my size 45 Alpinestars SMX-5s with these boots in a size 45. The fit was perfect. I couldn't be happier.
I only have two real complaints, but both are minor and/or fixable. First is airflow... There is none! However, I knew that airflow would be pretty nonexistent when I bought them. Airflow for waterproofness was a tradeoff I was willing to make. Second is the notorious Sidi squeak! The squeak was so unbearable that I had considered returning them.. However, I did a Google search and found lots of people recommending mink oil. I bought a can and put the mink oil everywhere, concentrating on the hinges... and the squeak is 100% completely gone! I don't know how long it will last until I have to reapply, but I did this a couple of months ago (with daily riding) and it is still squeak-free!
I've only had these boots for a couple months and maybe 3000ish miles of riding, so I can't comment on durability, but so far so good. I would definitely recommend these boots.
Boots arrived on time and in perfect condition. Very well built and comfortable, although they do take a fair amount of breaking in. A few evening walks around the block and a several rides seem to have done the trick, and they just keep getting better. I know people often complain about the infamous "Sidi Squeak", but I look at it as part of the "character" of the boot, and it's nothing that can't be solved by a little powdered graphite from my kid's old pinewood derby kit.
One important note for guys with bigger feet: I'm a size 13 and these boots are very large in their dimensions when compared to the average adventure boots. Large lug soles, thick construction and big, reinforced toe wells make for a quite bulky overall size. First time I went for a ride I discovered that my foot in the new boots could not comfortably fit under my stock gear shift lever no matter how many adjustments I made mechanically. Lots of missed shifts and cramping with the new boots made for an unsafe ride. Nothing that couldn't be solved by a new, adjustable length gear shift lever (which is what I ultimately did), but guys with larger feet should be prepared to have to make some mechanical adjustments or outright replacements to equipment if they go with this boot.
Aside from this minor inconvenience the boots do live up to the hype. Hopefully I never have to test the protection level of the Sidis, but having seen them in action during my friends off-bike adventure I'm already a true believer.
Initially these boots were very stiff, and I think I was trying to buckle them too tightly. This combination made me wonder if I could ever get them broken in...but after a couple of weeks they have become extremely comfortable. I had a need to run a couple hundred yards in order to take a photograph I wanted, and they were not clumsy at all. This is an all-day, very comfortable and protective boot.
One issue: they started to make considerable noise when I would walk. I shot a blast of teflon spray into both the ankle pivot joints and the point where the plastic achilles tendon protector tucks beneath the boot material high on the back of each boot, and that silenced them.
Revzilla was awesome with fast shipping and gave no fuss whatsoever about returning/exchanging them for something else. Zero complaints there!
My cobbler applied the product to my non-GoreTex Sidis with dramatic, albeit temporary, results.
Maybe the treatment isn't complete, and it's certainly not permanent (must be re-applied), but . . . I found the noise abatement to be effective, to some extent.
I have a Wee Strom with offroad pegs and I did have to re-adjust the shift - the combination of wide peg and thick/stiff sole needed more clearance. They work fine on my street bikes with no change. I have been learning to ride dirt/mild offroad on the Strom (K-60s on it) and so have spent only short periods of continual standing - no more than 15 minutes at a crack and 2 hrs at a time. (More my own skill limit than equipment.) No complaints however - I would do it again.
Long answer: The boot fastening design is almost identical to ski boots, so there is enough length in the ratcheting tabs to really expand the top of the boot. I have standard/narrow feet and I am usually a 10.5 street shoe. I ordered an 11 to allow for cold weather socks, double layers, etc and I have PLENTY of boot space to work with. My ratchets are adjusted almost all the way in, meaning I have TONS of ratchet slack for expansion. Not having 2EE feet, and going by feel, I would say that, given that this boot is indeed awesome (no kidding), if I were you, I would take a chance and order 1/2 to 1 size up for you to create a little wiggle room for your big dogs. That one size up combined with an excellent ski-boot type adjustable system *may* accommodate your wide dogs. Worst case scenario, RZ has an excellent return policy. Just throw 'em back in the original box, include all tags etc and send back for full refund. (I don't endorse or work for RZ; they've just been a pleasure to deal with, so I give any company like this honorable mention.)
Short answer: This boot is so great, it's worth a shot!
I recently purchased these boots and tried them out for the first time today. They were incredibly stiff; so much so that I could barely upshift. For those of you who own this boot - how long did the break in take? How much did they break in and what did you do to break them in? I'm assuming (hoping) that the break in is all that's needed because riding with these boots on is basically impossible for me now.
Thanks in advance for your comments.