AXO Asphalt Shoes

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AXO Asphalt Shoes

Sport performance and casual comfort meet head on with the all new AXO Asphalt shoes. Styled exactly how a race inspired shoe should be, the Asphalt shows off plenty of perforated black leather, red accents and carbon fiber themed panels. And while the overall concept leans toward lightness and comfort, AXO has still included ankle protectors and reinforced toes to handle the darker side of motorcycling.
  • Coated leather upper material
  • Ergonomic thermoformed pads on the ankle zone, adjustable strap
  • Breathable and anti-allergic lining
  • Removable and anti-bacterial foot bed
  • Anti-slip rubber sole
  • Item # 72027
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Overall Rating: 4.70 of 5

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Nice riding shoes

These are very comfortable shoes to ride and walk around in, not the most protective but much better than hiking or athletic shoes.

Mark - September 26, 2016

(LA, CA)

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Great for light protection

These are light boots that provide a reasonable amount of protection. I bought them for my city riding and my work commute. I have a heavier pair of boots for road trips. These boots are very light, very comfortable, and look like walking/running shoes so they are great for wearing after getting to my destination. The tradeoff, of course, is less protection. I've had them a month and so far I'm happy with the quality and fit. They seem true to size.

Scooter - July 27, 2015

(Huntsville , AL)

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Good product for my daily commute. reasonable price

I have a pair of riding boots I use for long trips. These are lighter. They are probably not as sturdy as the more expensive boots but protective enough for daily rides to work. They are comfortable. I doubt they will hold up for an extended period of time, but that is ok. They were also half the price.

Gordon - July 7, 2015

(Taylorsville, KY)

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Don't buy shoes online- fitment

The shoes seemed very nice and well made but these obviously were made for the European buyer where the shoe sizes do not translate to American sizes very well. I wear a 10 but they're too small so I returned them and received a prompt refund. If you do order shoes online, have the shipped pay the return cost if the size is wrong. I asked for a waiver of the return cost and received it. I did not order a larger size as it is too much trouble if they do not fit.

Barry - July 7, 2015

(Cape Coral, FL)

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Very comfortable

I wore these shoes for a solid day just to break them in before going on a ride. They felt a little weird at first but after a couple of hours I had just loved how light they feel.

Roger - June 23, 2015

(LAWTON, OK)

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asphalt-shoes

The shoe is awesome- I love them.

Jeffrey - June 1, 2015

(New York , NY)

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not a good as Alpinestars

I own a pair of Alpinestars and these boots, while much cheaper just were not near the quality product that the Alpinestars were.

mike - May 16, 2015

(conway, AR)

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Great price for decent casual protection

I own SIDI, Dainese, Alpinestar, and Icon boots. The protection is enough for casual riding. If you are riding faster pace in the canyon, I would recommend upgrading to short boots or even race boots for track day use. Most of the material are made out of Nylon and PU will withstand light abrasion. I have been walking and working in this pair just fine. The shoe laces are a bit thin and hard to tie because the very secure Hook & Loop closure gets in the way. I highly recommend these.

Sean - March 2, 2015

(Monrovia, CA)