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    Rating 4.50 of 5 (125 Reviews)
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    Icon Field Armor Boots
    • The Icon Field Armor Boot features action leather chassis, providing support and protection
    • Injection molded plastic toe, heel and shin armor
    • Zippered inside panel for easy on/off
    • Breathable mesh inserts
    • Rubber shifter interface panel
    • 3 buckle design for an ultra secure fit
    • Street riding specific sole

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    Overall Rating: 4.50 of 5

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    GREAT BOOTS, TERRIFIC STYLE

    My usual size is 14 EW (extra wide). So, what did I expect? They are very nice riding boots although a bit stiff Driving a cruiser my bike has foot boards with heel/toe shifting. Without heel/toe shifting, ANY boot would get in the way. Bottom line: I like these boots.

    Granpah - January 08, 2013

    (St. Louis, MO)

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    Great boots!

    I love these boots. They were stiff at first but quickly broke in. They are very comfortable and can be worn all day long without problems. Plenty of protection and ankle support. Compared to steel toe work boots, these feel so much safer. These boots are to Timberlands as Timberlands are to tennis shoes.

    Avri - November 26, 2012

    (Worcester, MA)

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    Great boot for the price

    These fit true to size for me. Boot was stiff as stated in previous reviews but quickly molded to my foot. Feels very supportive riding dual sport and seem to breathe fairly well. For the price paid these were a great value and I would recommend.

    Jason - September 26, 2012

    (Nashville, TN)

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    Field Armor Boots

    The toe is a bit big when it comes to shifting with your toe. Your toe of the boot will not fit under the V Rod shifter. I have Horton used to it.

    No Setterquist - September 21, 2012

    (Woodinville, WA)

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    Bought a half a size larger than normal....

    For me the biggest concern over these boots was not whether or not to buy them but what size to buy them in. Personally I got a half size larger than normal (10 vice a 9.5) and worked out well. They're a little loose in thin socks but are snug in thicker socks I'd wear for colder riding. Either way the boots fit. If I had gotten exact size they'd probably still work but may be too snug with those thicker socks.

    Jordan - September 17, 2012

    (New London, CT)

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    A little stiff but comfortable and great looking everyday boots

    This is great rugged everyman's everyday street riding boot if taken for what it is. It is clearly not meant for very aggressive or long rides, but it offers tons of protection and is about as comfortable for wearing and walking as most utility boots are, not too hot and not chill. Protection made them stiff, so it takes some time to dial in the adjustments, break them in and get used to them for one to feel comfortable and safe riding in them. But if you love the looks, the price is right.

    Sasha - September 12, 2012

    (San Francisco, CA)

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    ICON Field Armor Boot

    These boots are great!!! I have two bad ankles, and the support is fantastic for me. I had to raise my shift lever up one notch, but that's why the make 'em adjustable... They are stiff at first, but break in quite well. My size 12 boots fit my size 12 feet perfectly, regardless of sox. My only concern is the straps, and I will be buying some replacements before they are no longer available. I highly recommend these boots to anyone needing a little extra ankle support.

    TJ - September 07, 2012

    (Pleasanton, CA)

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    Too fat

    These shoes were really nice until I tried to use them on my bike. I ride a sport bike and the toe area was so thick I could not get it between my foot peg and shifter. Sent em back.

    Stephen - August 10, 2012

    (Phoenix, AZ)

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    Great Boots (Wait for the break in!)

    I have had these boots for 3 years now. They are a very stiff boot at first and it simply takes time to break them in. They will still feel a bit stiff simply because they are designed to protect and they will never feel like sneakers. If you are used to regular street boots or shoes for riding, you most likely will have to adjust the shift lever to accommodate for the feel of these.

    Chris - July 12, 2012

    (Belgrade, MT)

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    Don't be discouraged.

    These boots are pretty stiff at first but they break in pretty well, give them a chance. If I ever go down, I won't have to worry about my feet, great quality item. Your shifter is adjustable for a reason.

    Jordan - June 07, 2012

    (Knoxville, TN)

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    no good for sport bikes

    I should have listened to my doubts. They do fit to size(1/2 size up for a bit extra wiggle room/thicker socks). I adjusted my shifter, and was able to get my foot under to shift up, but to shift down I couldn't raise my toes high enough over the shifter without lifting my entire foot, boot was too stiff. Agree these would be better suited to cruiser style bikes or the dual purpose bikes, not crotch rockets like the gixxer's.

    Amy - April 30, 2012

    (Regina, SK)

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    ICON Field Armor Boots

    I ride a dual bike and these are fit for both on and off the street. Best "bang" for your buck! A $300 boot for $150. Fits great and looks hella sick.

    Gerardo - February 16, 2012

    (Riverbank, CA)

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    Zipper failed after 6months

    Great boot for the money... until the zippers failed! Apparently the zipper is some odd ball size so I could only get one repaired and wouldn't you know it... it failed again! I'm now in the market for another boot to use for my daily commute. Thus, I would NOT recommend this boot to anyone. Keep looking if you are contemplating this particular model. There are a TON of more durable boots on the market.

    Adam - January 09, 2012

    (Sterling, VA)

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    these snow-boarding boots are made for riding

    For some strange reason when my friends see my boots for the first time, they say, "man, I do miss snow-boarding". I laugh and think, "yah, they don't look great" but they are one of the most protective boots I have ever owned. At 3/4 of a boot, it's fairly comfortable to walk around with and tolerable to wear for a whole day - just don't expect to dance in them.

    gfonk - October 12, 2011

    (Los Angeles, CA)

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    No good if you have a bad back

    It is very painful to bend over at all. Problem is these boots require you to be bent over for quite a while to get them comfortable. After that they feel very tight like ski boots. So walking in them is not very comfortable. Just standing in them was comfortable (for me that is a miracle)! Other than that I would gladly use them in a crash. They built one hell of a boot.

    Miles - September 01, 2011

    (Berkeley, CA)
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