Joe Rocket Velocity Shoes

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    Joe Rocket Velocity Shoes

    A hybrid motorcycle shoe, the Joe Rocket Velocity takes race boot features and fits it to a causal base. With the Joe Rocket Velocity it is the best of both worlds.
    • Leather and ballistic nylon upper with injection molded plastic reinforcements
    • Road race inspired toe slider/protector
    • Designed to be just tall enough to shield the ankle bone
    • Elastic tension straps eliminate laces that can catch on foot pegs
    • Quick locking and fully adjustable ankle strap
    • Low profile sole designed to grip but not catch on steel foot pegs
    • Item # 24421

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    Great riding shoe!

    Great fit. Good ventilation. Comfortable. I'd buy them again in a heartbeat

    Josh - August 16, 2012

    (Corbett, OR)

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    straps

    The bad thing about the shoes is that takes too much time to put on the shoes.. The shoe straps are a pain.

    joe - July 20, 2012

    (katy, TX)

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    Good Boots

    I have had many types of motorcycle boots/shoes and these are proving to be one of the better choices. As stated in other reviews the sides could be just a little higher for the ankle coverage but that would be my only complaint if that is a complaint. I can wear them anywhere, work included.

    Daniel - July 18, 2012

    (Byron, GA)

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    They Suck!

    The strap keeps popping out, So I pull the strap off so I don't lose it while I ride. I wear them like slippers while the other part of the strap hooked to the shoe flops. There isn't any kind of shank in the sole, so if you stand up they aren't much better than wearing a pair of heavy socks. I've had a pair of Mason lofers give me more support then these do.

    Doyle - July 03, 2012

    (Martin, TN)

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    Great buy for starter shoes and up.

    I normally wear size 10.5, first time ordering shoes off the internet, and a great experience. Just use the euro and cm measurements to get an exact fit. I get a lot of compliments on how these shoes look from other riders, and I refer them to shop here. Some people don't even think these are motorcycle shoes with my jeans on. I'm very comfortable riding in them, and walking in them all day even when I'm not riding.

    Patrick - June 27, 2012

    (Peoria, AZ)

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    Good and Bad

    These are a very comfortable shoe once broken in. Appearance also is good although over time they do deteriorate fairly quickly. The attachment strap takes some getting used to, however I am used to it now. The biggest downside by far is the sole and the lack of grip it provides. I have had countless near misses on wet floors and concrete. This morning I nearly dropped the bike when I stood on a small twig when backing the bike out. Shoes shouldn't be contributing to accidents.

    Gary - December 28, 2011

    (SALE, BC)

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    perfect

    I couldn't be happier with these shoes. Like a pair of puma trainers with heel and toe protection. Comfortable, fit is true to size, the finish is great and after 1500 miles, so far they don't look a day old. Took a while to get them broken in but that's to be expected. Not needing a full length boot these are my go-to shoe.

    eric - September 07, 2011

    (cape cod, MA)

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    Look Ma! No Laces!

    Great shoe, good fit. I wear a 13 and they fit like a glove with a good pair socks. Straps are adjustable for either snug or loose fit. If I had to complain about one thing, it would be the tread, a little slippery as a race tread but it is for "Velocity" right? So other than that I highly recommend to any sport bike rider.

    AstroBlack - July 01, 2011

    (Asheville, NC)

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    Not for me.

    Used them for about 6-Months, light use, maybe 2,500 miles. The latch felt cheap and popped off too easily. One of the tension laces already popped on me. Def don't get the white as they quickly looked like crap, and I never really thought the material was of high quality.

    Jack - November 24, 2010

    (Charlotte, NC)

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    I don't know?

    They appear to wanna be style conscious, like the current running shoes, instead of being a great riding shoe. The lil rinky-dink foot latch is so puny. Any force at all pulls the silly ratchet strap loose. I took black thread and wrapped the strap in the desired position and super glued the thread. The duck feet extenders are a joke. I've ridden 100,000s of miles and never needed a slider pad out there. I removed the sliders and filled the spaces with black silicon. Looks like I cut 2" off the duck feet. The whole she-bang is dependent on 2 very small screws embedded in vinyl. A very simple leather strap with Velcro hooks like my old ones would be miles safer and simpler. PS My shoes were $22 more than these.

    Dickey - November 05, 2010

    (West Monroe, LA)

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    Great shoe

    I'm loving this shoe. It provides great protection while being very comfortable; I almost forget I'm wearing motorcycle shoes. They look nice, too. Highly recommended.

    Jon - September 27, 2010

    (Long Beach, CA)

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    Looks good

    The only thing that I do not like is the cheap plastic rings that hold the elastic. The top two rings broke after 4 months. I do like the fit and the style. It can be a bit uncomfortable if you wear them all day. For the price, it's not too bad. Just wish they can make the rings that holds the elastic a bit strong.

    Thai Le - September 08, 2010

    (Fontana, CA)

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    Decent for a Hybrid

    I ordered these to keep myself from that most embarrassing fall you take when you come to a stop and cant put your foot down because your laces have caught around a shifter or brake pedal. (I never fell but I dealt with this scenario twice, it's not a good feeling.) They do the job and offer a decent amount of protection. I have been wearing them for a few months now and have found that they do not really support the ankle, but do cover it to some extent. They do run big though, so I suggest ordering at least a full size down from what you normally wear in a tennis shoe. Overall I can't complain about them too much, they are for sure not a shoe to wear all day when you are off the bike but they will work if you are running a few quick errands. Overall not bad for the money, good construction you can expect from Joe Rocket.

    Andy R - August 26, 2010

    (Cleveland, OH)

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    Good boots for the price

    I bought these boots because I wanted something lighter and shorter. They fit pretty well and keep your feet cool at high temperatures. Though after 2 months of riding, one of the tags that holds security leash got broken. If you look at it closer it looks very cheap. Hence the price tag. In overall it's a decent product in terms of price-value.

    Ivan - August 25, 2010

    (San Francisco, CA)

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    Not "Cool" bro

    Might be good bike shoes, but I was looking for something more. These shoes seem like they were "almost there" in design. Maybe the next generation will address some of the short comings. Style, - not -. They almost feel like sneakers, but they make you look like you have two club feet. The tongue does not have attached elastic so the tongue has to be adjusted each time you put them on. It's a different size every time! The latching system is cheap and is adjustable, which is good, but there is no way to keep the adjustment when you take them off. I use SIDI road bike shoes, which has a much better adjusting system. I wouldn't recommend these, but maybe the next model.

    David Holt - August 23, 2010

    (Trophy Club, TX)
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