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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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Slightly smaller than standard sizing? Consider ordering half size larger. This is more important if you'll be using these a lot for standing/walking vs on the bike. Had to clock my shift lever a touch as these boots have ample toe protection.

drdrae - August 09, 2007

(Bellevue, Prince Edw)

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Great boot, as stated else where, sizing is small! I wear a 9 1/2 sneaker, and generally a 10 boot, no way in these. The 10 kind of fit, but it was snug, almost to snug. Was going to just try and break them in. But went back for a 10 1/2 worked great. You may have to adjust the shift, I have a mix of Ducati's and Japanese sport bikes with a Vmax thrown in. I can shift comfortably on all with out adjustment. The vmax has a pretty radical rear set and I can shift that without issue. The 10 1/2 see

scott braman - August 09, 2007

(albany, Nova Scoti)

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Cool Riding Boot

This is a cool boot. Getting used to it took me about a month (these boots make me feel like Master Chief from Halo, they are big!). You will have to relearn shifting on your sportbike because of the thick toe area (i.e. you have to consciously point your foot down under the shifter to get a good shift). Takes some getting used to. Other than that, pretty sweet boot. Would be awesome for Supermoto as well (not racing, just pretending you are racing when riding on the street).

Guy - August 09, 2007

(East Wenatchee, MT)

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I was initially reluctant to purchase this boot because of a review I read that stated this boot breathes very well, but because it breathed so well it wasn't recommended for winter riding. I read another review to the contrary. I liked the style of the boot so much and settled for the latter opinion and I was right. I have yet to pull out my wool, thermal socks with liners and I ride every morning 80 mph down the highway in 40 degreee weather. These boots are extremely comfortable, although heavy. And, the large toe on the boot doesn't obstruct my access to my shifter as no many reviewers have stated; I was shifting just fine in less than a week. Excellent job by ICON.

J Evans - November 20, 2007

(Newport News, VA)

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Great boots!!

These really grab your legs when tied up. I am using it even when I am not riding to help breaking in faster. They are not warm in 40 (or less) degree weather, and I am yet to ride in warm weather to see how they will be. Overall I really like the looks, fit and finish and weight. They're not as heavy as I thought. This boot seems very tough but it might be a little too thick on the toe area for those who like to shift using toe only. When new, these boots are grabbing the sides of my ankles pretty good and that bothers a little but I'm hoping it will get better as it breaks in. Excellent job Icon!

Nick - February 05, 2008

(Mill Creek, WA)

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Great boots!

I love the boots! A little stiff to shift easily but hopefully I can break them in. I got them for a steal at $99.

chris - February 22, 2008

(esperance, NY)

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SOME KICK-ASS BOOTS

I just got this boots and I can't wait to kick the asphalt with them tomorrow. After I set the laces to my size and try them they feel great, the protection is there, they look nice, a little bulky but that's what you get for safety. Great service Motorcycle Superstore!!

Rafael - April 07, 2008

(DFW, TX)

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Amazing

These boots are amazing. You can feel the air running over your foot as you ride, no hot spots. Very comfortable, worth every dollar. Recommend them to any rider.

Michael - April 24, 2008

(Woodland, MI)

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Excellent!

These boots are the real deal. They are HEAVY though. But overall I really like the quality and fit. The zipper on the side is an added plus so you don't have to undo the laces to take them off or put them on. The straps are very sturdy and latch with firmness and precision. At first they felt quite bulky but after breaking in they feel just fine. I ride a Stratoliner and these fit tight under the gear change lever but no major issues. You might have to adjust you bike's gear pedal to make this boot fit underneath. These are high quality boots and I think they will outlast me and my bike!

Nick - April 24, 2008

(Seattle, WA)

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Excellent. fit true to size. comfortable. Only complaint mentioned in another review is difficulty fitting under gearshift lever.

Tracy Scott McGee - May 02, 2008

(Leesburg, GA)

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Good looking boots, quite chunky, bulky. Had to reconsider my shifting skills, boots are thick and require a higher angle in order to fit between footpeg and shifter. None the less boots are great. Just a matter of getting used to them. Get them 1 size larger than yours, they fit quite snug. Getting them of shoe size will feel too tight. If you want attention.. these boots will get it.

Gerard - May 05, 2008

(Calexico, CA)

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Best Damm Street Rider Boots Out There

I got these boots my size 12 but they were too tight went for the 13 and they fit great, so order one size larger than your regular size. These boots have it all Fit, Looks, Comfortable! Adjustable, Airy, ect…. I would have to say these are the best boots on the market, I'm a street rider and there cool to hang with when your not riding and great when you are. I highly recommend them, as Tony would say THERE GREAT!

BCT Big City Trucker - July 23, 2008

(The Bronx, NY)

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Great Value

Great value for the excellent quality of these boots. Fits well, easy to put on and take off. Plenty of protection. Took a little time to get comfortable shifting, as these boots are thicker than most.

Joe - July 28, 2008

(Ft Worth, TX)

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Better than I hoped

3 weeks wearing these all day every day and not a single blister or sore spot at all - like they were broken in 20 minutes. One of the best purchases I've ever made. I wear 11.5 tennis shoes and bought 12 - perfect fit - solid - built very well - like a tank!

Jeff - August 13, 2008

(Rancho Palos Verdes, CA)

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excellent

Bart - September 15, 2008

(Danville, CA)

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