Sidi Roarr Boots

$295.00

Rating 4.60 of 5 (1 Review)

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Sidi Roarr Boots

Its name may sound like a Katy Perry song but make no mistake about it, Sidi hasn’t fooled around with their new Roarr boot. Inspired by the high end Mag-1 and Vortice, the Roarr employs a number of designs formerly exclusive to these race boots. The external ankle bracing and Vertebra System are chief among these and besides providing controlled movement, they give substantial impact protection as well. The Techno 3 adjustable calf system is another high end feature and by using a ratcheting dial that tightens or loosens a hidden wire, an even amount of pressure can be created around your leg. Race details like toe sliders, a sleek dual compound sole and side zipper entry rounds out the picture making the Roarr a very capable track boot.
  • Techno micro is used as a base material
  • Double stitched in all high stress areas
  • Lined with Teflon mesh for sweat evaporation
  • An elastic panel adjacent to the entry zipper allows a bind free zip and improved fit
  • Anti twist external ankle support braces
  • Techno 3 adjustable calf system
  • The patented and trademarked Vertebra System protects the rider’s Achilles tendon
  • Nylon inner sole with removable arch support pad
  • Bolt on, adjustable and aerodynamic nylon scuff pads on the toe
  • Nylon shin deflector plate
  • Closable side air vent
  • All bolt on parts are replaceable
  • Dual compound sole
  • Shock absorbing TPU heel cup
  • Item # 74693
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It seems like nearly all the motorcycle accidents I have been to, including one of my own, involve ankle or distal tib/fib injuries. So, protection is my first priority. Most boots put an ankle joint cup on the side and that's all. It is really no protection at all. Fit: My feet are C width, and Alpinestars are too wide for me; hence, while comfortable, their ability to protect is compromised for me. Sidi fits well for me. The only complaint I have is that the boot is stiff (good for protection, bad for comfort) through the top of the foot and walking and shifting it pinches the top of my toes. Also, the top front rubs on my shin on one foot, but only a little. Problem is solved with taller socks or tucking in my pants. I have only got about 40 hours on them and am pretty sure they will break in some more. Protection: Without getting a custom made boot this is about as good as I could get. It grips well at the ankle and through the foot, and the calf section is adjustable. I believe that will help with a possible torsion break. The external bracing is rigid without biting the leg or foot. Durability: Pretty sure they will outlast me. Seem indestructible. Cost benefit: In the ball park for decent boots, but most boots seem pretty overpriced. Get a lot in the way of protection and durability compared to many boots.

Unaka - May 23, 2016

(Murphy, NC)