Sidi On Roads
R. Bilyeu -
May 02, 2013(Clinton, WA)
These boots are a bit pricey but so far it's been money well spent. They're breaking in nicely and feel great. I needed a 43.5 but no half sizes available. I replaced the stock insoles with Superfeet "green" and they fit close to perfect now. Have about 500 miles on them and they're quickly becoming my favorite piece of gear. Gave the durability a 3 because there's no way to know that yet.
March 26, 2013(Louisville, KY)
Just came back from 150 miles of drenching 35 degree rain. Feet stayed warm and dry. I've had them now for 3 years, other than dirt, they look and feel like new. I've worn them for 500 miles of off-road dual purpose; through 1,000s of miles of hot freeway. Comfortable to ride in and to walk in. They are not cheap, but neither is a Mercedes. You pay for the value over the long haul.
High quality, style and function
December 18, 2012(Phoenix , AZ)
You expect a lot when you spend this much for a pair of boots. Fortunately, Sidi did not disappoint with this model and if I had to do it all over again I wouldn't change a thing. Exceptional quality, fit and comfort along with the assurance of dry feet when the conditions turn wet. Near freezing temps were not a problem either. Great boots, as they should be.
Sidi onroad boots
Keith K. -
November 19, 2012(Palm Coast, FL)
This set of Sidi onroad boots is my 7th pair. I have always had good luck with this product. Used as long distance boots. The design has changed as far as the closer flaps. I must say I liked the old system better. I feel that the four straps makes for a better and tighter fit than the new upper closer strap. This is my first purchase form the motorcycle-superstore and I find the service excellent.
July 12, 2012(Ishpeming, MI)
Great pair of boots, excellent craftsmanship, fit great I'm a size 15 U.S. bought the 14.5 and they fit perfect.
High quality, no break in.
March 26, 2012(Houston, TX)
I just finished a 600 mile ride with these brand new books. They did not need any break in period at all. These boots are very comfortable, seem very durable and have protection in the right places. They are also easy to get on and off if you don't mind velcro. I wear a size 8.5 - 9 in a regular shoes. I got the size 9-9.5 in this boot and they were a little big. I bought a cheap pair of Dr.Shoal padded foot inserts and the boots fit perfectly now.
March 26, 2012(baton rouge, LA)
Bought these at the last moment for first iron butt ride. Very impressed with comfort right out of the box.
Great Riding Boot
December 28, 2011(Bellingham, WA)
I did the research and found the older version of this boot. They were everything I wanted and only 250 bucks; unfortunately, someone chose to put the GoreTex name on them and the price jumped $100. Fit is fine, I am 6'5" and over 300lbs so no loose ankle or calf. There is room in the top for my pants with a little velcro exposed and a perfect fit with the pant leg out. Get TALL socks and be warned they are stiff to say the least when they are new... so be careful with your first few up-shifts.
Great, wish 1 inch taller
November 29, 2011(Piedmont, NC)
I was surprised, after reading & YT vids, how detailed the Italian craftsmanship is! I'm proud this $/detail is still affordable with respect to comparable boots. Fit is true to size for average HTW. Leather stretches/break-in will provide contour. Thanks to MCSS for great support & solutions.
Thank you SIDI
September 29, 2011(Wake Forest, NC)
I am very impressed with these boots! Stiff upon receipt, but after broken-in, they are very comfortable! Easy to put on and take off and the sizing is comparable to my normal shoe size. Performance: traveled in torrential rains for hours and my feet stayed dry; dug my way out of 8-10 in. of mud and the boots came through like a champ; traveled through difficult terrain and the ankle plate saved me from a sure break when the bike fell. Looking back, I would pay double the going rate for this boot.