disappointment first day
May 14, 2013(fort mcmurray, AB)
Got my boots and went for my first ride. Came home and the zipper had burst at the ankle on left boot. Good thing the zipper reversed or I couldnt get my foot out. It has happened again since. Spoils an otherwise comfortable boot.
Great Look - Questionable Durability
March 12, 2013(Arlington, VA)
I've been wearing them on my daily commute (both to and from work) and I'm just seeing small cases of wear that shouldn't be happening with $240 boots. The top lining of the inside sole (where the "icon" print faces up) is coming undone and theres a little more wear than expected on the top of my left boot (where I shift). Besides that, I haven't had any buckles or soles failing. They do hold up well in the rain though, and I only have to wear one pair of socks during winter rides.
February 07, 2013(Plano, TX)
At first, one of the buckles mysteriously broke. I'm not doing anything crazy on these to distress the boots. When I contacted Icon it was a series of run arounds to replace one small buckle they could have just tossed in the mail. Two months later, yeah, I get a new pair of boots. Great right? Wrong. I pull one of the boots out of the brand new box and guess what? Part of the buckle broke. WOW. Uh, good to know quality control in China is on top of this.
January 03, 2013(midland , TX)
Love the look, but the price is a little high, but they are badd#%$ looking. First problem though is after only about two months of wear the soles separated from the boot itself, on both left and right boot. Motorcycle superstore wouldnt replace so im out 200$ plus for the boots and I must get them repaired for $$$$ or toss em in the trash. Very disapointed on the price versus durability.
October 22, 2012(Las Vegas, NV)
great as advertised
very awesome boots!
September 20, 2012(mound, MN)
These boots are great looking and function fantastic! I wear them mostly on the highways and not so much for short rides, they are comfortable enough to walk around in all day although there is limited ankle flexibility which is pretty expected. The only issue i ran into at first was the shift lever and the boot size but I moved the shift lever up a little bit and there was no longer an issue! highly recommended!
I look awesome
September 04, 2012(Seattle, WA)
in these boots. :) Lots of compliments. Maybe they'll protect me in a crash (but that's not why I got them.)
August 22, 2012(Dallas, TX)
These are the boots you want to be seen in when the stuff hits the fan. Super Good looks and high quality. Just grab your go bag and a .45 and you're ready. They are also a nicely constructed boot. This Is my first pair of mx boots and not having my feet slip around is a plus.
Very Cool Boots
June 26, 2012(Denver, CO)
Who are we trying to fool? Of course style has a lot to do with what we wear and what we ride. These boots just look awesome retro but come with modern protection. They feature a zipper on the inseam side to make it easier to pull on/off but have functional 70s moto style buckles on the outside. The only problem I had at first we’re they are taller in the toe than my old boots and required a slight adjustment to my shift lever for comfortable up-shifts. Great price for a great boot!
June 20, 2012(Chicago, IL)
These are positively terrific motorcycle boots. They're serious protection in a package that's got a lot of adjustment, easy on-and-off, and a ton of attitude. You can stick them under jeans and hide their apocalypse looks, or you can tuck your pants in and make a major statement. The materials look great, but if you want to keep them perfect, you'll have to be careful. I've ridden in heat, rain, and cold, and these boots never disappoint.