Brian (Kalamazoo )
Excellent overall. Fit is true to size. Same adjustable ratchet system used for their biking products. I along with many of my friends wear Sidi mountain bike shoes. No complaints of durability of the ratchet strap after hundreds of rides over many years. Sole is grippy on all surfaces and stiff but not overly stiff. Not risen in the rain yet but we all know the positive history of GoreTex products. A bit pricey. But you get what you pay for. Good looking boot. Easy to get on and off. I would recommend them to my friends.
michael m (Iowa City )
I love these boots, it lives up to all of my expectations, keeps my feet cool and is easy to walk in and put on and off.
Carlos (Watsonville )
Great looking riding shoe. Used all summer and was plenty cool. Good dry weather shoe. Good fit, slight heel is nice feature. Sole is very stable and NON-slip, even on oily pavement. Got tons of compliments and people askin what kind of shoes they are. One thing I will say, they are not made in Italy and glad SIDI discloses that the design is SIDI but outsourced to be manufactured by others for cost reduction. Mixed feelings about that. Overall nothing to return them about. Bought the light suede and treated them with water and stain repellant before I used them. Highly recomended.
Ken (Carmel )
The design and quality of manufacturing were superior to anything else I had seen. There are sliders in all the right places as well. I REALLY wanted these to work for me, but sadly, one foot was just too tight (fat/wide/whatever), and I couldn't justify spending another $45 on a stretcher in the hopes it would make it good enough. They are wider than the Alpinestars, and Tourmaster wide boots I tried. Ended up with AXO Aragon boots, which are kinda funky, but fit.
Jim (Weirton )
Boots fit true to size at least in 13's. Am able to tighten them up on my foot with the cable lace system, so the foot doesn't move inside the boot and enables crisp shifts. Just got them so don't know the durability. They seem expensive for short boots, but my cheaper boots started falling apart right away. I like them a lot.
PhilipT (Vancouver )
The rubber soles of my 2005 Vertigo Corsa boots were crumbling from the material breaking down. The shop charged $20 to replace it. Be sure to remind the person doing the replacement that the soles are to be heated then stretched for a proper fit as they come a little shorter than the original soles. The pattern of the replacement rubber soles are different from the originals on my boots but that doesn't affect anything.