The Shoes look good but the fit is not good. When I after wearing them there is a Discomfort below the big toe it is pushing on the site and it hurts real bad it is the first lace on the left. So I need to return those boots.
This is my second pair of Vega Touring boots. I really liked my first pair but these have been disappointing. The quality and workmanship on this pair of boots was sub par compared to earlier pairs I had. After a year the sole has separated from the boot at the toe. I really liked these boots but have had to buy a different pair. Don't know that I would buy another pair in the future.
I bought these because my clunkier heeled Fry's didn't fit under my R1200c. These shoes have a flat heel, fit well in tight spaces and are comfortable enough for general wear as well as riding. They look good enough with a pair of khaki's to wear at work.
They are not the boots to wear in scary-hairy riding; they are geared more to comfort than ultimate protection, but they do protect, and they are the one's you'll wind up wearing the most.
A good pair of boots for the price, although I had to exchange them for the next size up. They didn't need much breaking in, they're all day comfortable, ventilate well and easy on/off. In terms of finish, they look a little plastic, but that's more a matter of taste than anything else. The jury is out on durability, however, they're holding up well so far. The zipper feels a little weak, but holding the halves together takes the strain off and works fine. So far, I'd buy them again.