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SIDI All Road Boots
On any road and in any weather, this was the thought behind the Sidi All Road GTX Boots. The rugged design coupled with a full GORE-TEX waterproof-breathable membrane means this boot will take anything the road throws at it. Designed to meet and exceed the needs of ADV riders the All Road boots are not just confined to one segment. Their rugged yet compact design is perfect for nearly any type of riding, offering comfort and protection to a wide variety of riders.
- Technomicro and Cordura base materials
- Equipped with the world famous Gore-Tex highly breathable and waterproof membrane to add a waterproof yet highly breathable barrier between the elements and the rider’s feet
- Gore-Tex membrane breathes more than any other membrane thus the rider’s feet will stay cooler in warm weather with a Gore-Tex equipped boot
- Secure multi VELCRO® brand closure system
- Full length inner gaiter
- Nylon inner sole with removable arch support pad
- Internal heel protection
- Internal ankle protection
- Internal toe protection
- Cambrelle lining
- Technomicro toe shift-brake pad
- Multi paneled arch area for maximum comfort
- Lightly padded shin plate
- Double stitched in all high stress areas
- Reflective points on the rear calf area
- Bonded non-slip lug type sole
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Reviews & Questions
There have been plenty of questions from potential buyers and even on-line reviewers about the synthetic leather these boots are made of. I'm as much a fan of real leather as anyone, but I have to say that the stuff these boots are made out of seems to be all but bulletproof. I've worn mine quite a bit, and if I bother to wipe them off with a wet cloth they look to be practically pristine. They simply don't scuff as easily as real leather. I have several others boots that are, shall we say, aggressively scuffed from the shifter on my GS, but not the All Roads. The material has held up incredibly well. The stitching is robust, consistent, and attractive.
OK, so the material is really tough; does that mean it's stiff? Nope, it does not. I have never once, from the first time I put them on early last July to wearing them this past weekend (March 12th) had any discomfort due to the boot not feeling broken in. Speaking of which, I'm not sure this material will ever break in exactly like leather does. It isn't going to feel soft and supple, but neither does it feel still and uncomfortable. I think it's a terrific combination of durable and wearable. In fact, everything about the boot is comfortable in my opinion. The foot bed is comfortable to walk in, the straps provide plenty of adjustability to obtain a good fit (I have very large calves, and have no problem closing these boots), and the soles are both comfortable and supportive. The tread is deep and very functional. These aren't vented boots, so don't breath like vented boots. I don't find them to run particularly hot, though. I wear tall riding socks with them, and generally find my feet to be neither too hot nor too cold if I wear the right socks.
Truth be told, if I only wanted comfort I would wear Chuck Taylors or something similar. I want protection, and the Sidi All Road provides it. Toes and ankles are very well protected. There is also shin protection. These have Gore Tex and the awesome dryness that comes along with it. I'm not sure how much water gets past the outer part of the boot to be blocked by the Gore Tex, but I can tell you that my feet remained 100% dry even during a ten hour riding day through steady rain. So, physical protection - check. Environmental protection - check.
In summary, I really can't find anything negative to say about the All Road boots. They have kind of an interesting, hybrid velcro attachment on the straps that had me questioning durability at first, but so far there have been no issues. I'm pretty picky about my gear. Being somewhat of a gear hound, I'm predisposed to finding a reason to replace jackets, boots, etc. Maybe the best thing I can say about the Sidi All Road is that I haven't thought a single time about replacing them, and if the durability over the first 8+ months is any indication I'll have no reason to go boot shopping for many years.
The first time I put the All Road boots on, I thought they were a little snug, but within a few minutes they were feeling pretty good just like they did 8 hours later. Comfortable and lightweight with a fit that was exactly like the On-Roads they replaced. I wore them on a three week trip to Burma in January just a couple of weeks after I received them. Water crossings, warm days, walking, all types of surfaces from smooth tarmac to cow trails. The boots were great even after 10 or 12 hours. No hot spots, waterproof, lightweight, always comfortable. I have not worn them in really hot or cold weather, but I suspect they'll be fine like the On-Roads were.
The new material used for the shaft and body of the boot seems pretty durable and retains its shape well. The boots are flexible enough for all day use on or off the bike. Because of that, they don't provide the kind of protection that dedicated off-road boots would. For the kind of riding I do (fire roads, canyon carving, long distance & sport touring, dual sport sidecars), they couldn't be better.
What's not to like? I'd buy them again.
I've now worn these All-Road boots for about 4000 miles. In below freezing temps, and in temps close to 100f they are perfectly comfortable. I've ridden in heavy rain for hours and my feet stayed dry (though I do wear rain overpants when it's raining so the boot uppers are covered.)
I wear them with 2 pairs of socks, and an aftermarket footbed under the orthotics (SofSole Airr). The uppers fit just fine around my ginormous calf even when I wear my pants inside the boot, and fit under my pants when I wear my pants out. The funky little velcro straps actually stay put and don't move all day long. I don't miss not having buckles or laces. Not one bit. The tread is rugged and lets me climb around on steep hills and river banks without slipping. And though I wouldn't use them as hiking boots, I've done a lot of walking in them with no pinching or rubbing.
So, I think we have a winner. The man-made materials used on the exterior of the boot get uglified faster than leather, but I don't care about any of that. For me, it's all about functionality and fit.
A couple of nits, just because these are the things I noticed when I transitioned from the Way Rains. The closure on these boots is on the "outside," which is a bit more awkward to put on than the simple "inside" zipper on the Rains. Also these boots have a pretty substantial lugged sole, which makes it a bit harder to pull on overpants (or rain pants) over the boots, but it can be done.
On the plus side, that same lugged sole gave good grip on the wet steel decks (and wet wood planks) of the Scottish ferries. They do start out a bit stiff, but break in and are comfortable to walk/hike in. And they look like they'll offer more protection than my old Way Rain boots.
1 year ago
In the rain? I actually used them to wade skinny water while fly fishing...not s drop touched my socks. Excellent.
No they don't flow air like a mesh boot, but I'm far more interested in the waterproof/breathable quality.
I've ridden with them in a light rain and heavy, and not a drop of water has come through.
When they first came, they were very stiff. I wore them around the house for a couple of days (I didn't have to commute those days) and they started to break in quite quickly. I've been using them for about 6 weeks now and I can feel how they're still continuing to soften, but are feeling a lot more flexible. I'd say they started to ease up about 2 weeks in.
Getting in and out of them was pretty tight at first. Once I'm in them, they fit great, but even with the shoes fully open and all the velco wide open, it can be tight to get in. The more I went them, the less of an issue this is. A handle on the back would help, but I'm guessing that would mess up the water-proof or style.
Style-wise I'm quite pleased since I can wear them under jeans (which I do when it's not raining) and you can't tell they're big, tall moto boots. I change when I get to work, but not looking like a Mad-Max character is preferred while I stroll into work.
When I wear my pants out of the boot, I snug the top down to allow the pant over the top of the boot. Very adjustable and the most comfortable boots I have ever owned.