bill (steamboat springs )
I've had these boots for two years now and they are absolutely bombproof. My riding is about 50/50 only because I have to ride some pavement to get to the dirt. They provide excellent support, they fit well and are comfortable. My feet haven't gotten wet in rain, mud holes or creek crossings plus they have held up extremely well and as a bonus they've quit squeaking.
Paul (west hills )
Ive had these for 5 yrs and 40000 miles. Probably wear the sole out first but who cares , really dont hike in them . Fit great, dry . Been down once on pavement with them , only a bruised shin no broken bones. It is a good idea to have the buckles on hand as they do wear out I'm on my third set , though i was responsible for the damage on acouple .
Normen (Mclean )
Great for riding. Feet stays warm. Hard on walking.
pj (augusta )
I had the Sidi On-Road Gore tex boots for a couple years and they were the best! But the trauma center had to cut them off of me as a result of a 17 year old girl texting and driving and making a left turn in front of me, shattering my leg. well, thanks to modern orthopedic surgical techniques and a titanium rod, I am back in the saddle after missing almost an entire riding season. To my dismay, I discovered they don't make the On-Road boot any more. Figured the All-Road model would be just as good. But it is not as solid and feels much lighter, somehow like they cheated on use of materials. the sole seems thinner and lighter too. I have only worn them in the rain once so far and my feet were dry, so i guess they work. have not worn them on a long ride in the rain yet though. The On-Road model also had a rubberized flap at the top of the boot that seemed more water proof; the All-Road model now has some kind of a synthetic material up there that seems like it wouldn't do the job, but apparently does. in summary, I probably haven't given this boot a fair trial yet. I ride year round and the Fall and Winter is approaching, so I guess I will find out.
Nicholas (Murrieta )
I have owned two pair of these, wearing out my second pair now. this boot provides decent foot protection. Since you can't have you cake and eat it too, (both total protection and comfort) these are about as close as I think you can get. I Ride 700 miles a week and wear them at work. I have been wearing Doha's since early 2008. If they never stop making them, I will never stop buying them... Period. as far as motorcycle mileage, my two pair have gotten me through about 96k miles. I'd say that is pretty good. I highly recommend.
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.