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Offline Trophy Tom

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Sidi boots
« on: January 31, 2015, 11:54:38 am »
Anyone have Sidi boots? No dealers carry them seems the only way to get them is by ordering them on line and the sizes are different I'm afraid if I bought them they might not fit
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Re: Sidi boots
« Reply #1 on: January 31, 2015, 12:20:11 pm »
I have some Sidi boots.  They are pretty comfortable, but not as comfortable as my Daytona M-Star GTX's because the Daytona's are leather and the Sidi's are synthetic.  Size wise, I wear a 9B or possibly C most comfortably, and there are only a couple of mfr.'s that make narrower than standard D widths in motorcycle boots.  A size 9 in European sizes is shown to be a 43, and I bought a 42 due to the width, so I would say that they run pretty true to size according to conversion charts.  As boot pricing goes I think the Sidi's are pretty reasonable when compared to others, but the Daytona's are EXPENSIVE.  I bought mine based on the waterproofing comments when I read the webbikeworld.com review, although my Daytonas rate highly as well.  You might look at their website for more info and extensive boot tests with the sizing comments as they relate to US shoe sizes.  I think Triumph has a nice looking line of boots as well, although I don't know who makes them.  Hope this helps.
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Re: Sidi boots
« Reply #2 on: January 31, 2015, 12:41:37 pm »
I've had a pair of TCX boots for over 7 years now, not once have they ever let me down in the rain! Bit stiff to start with but fit nicely and you can walk in them with comfort with no squeaks!!

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Re: Sidi boots
« Reply #3 on: January 31, 2015, 01:45:29 pm »
I have Sidi boots as does my wife. They have held up well and are waterproof, but I have gone to a 3/4 height First Gear boot as a result of the heat here in AZ.
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Re: Sidi boots
« Reply #4 on: January 31, 2015, 02:17:00 pm »
I have a pair of SIDI Canyon Gore-Tex Boots and they are the best boots I've ever had
3/4 length, very comfortable for walking as well as riding, leather and gore-tex, and a very good anti-slip under sloe, very stable when putting your food down and holding a heavy bike like the TT even in the wet
And I think they look very cool too  :062:
Have a look at revzilla review below

http://www.revzilla.com/product/sidi-canyon-gore-tex-boots

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Re: Sidi boots
« Reply #5 on: February 03, 2015, 07:49:46 pm »
+1 on the Sidi Canyon boots. Went with a 45 and I wear 10.5 D. Had room for my super feet inserts. These boots have great protection but are a little stiff at first.
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Re: Sidi boots
« Reply #6 on: March 26, 2015, 02:31:03 pm »
Tom, 

I a little late to answer your question.  I purchased some SIDIs from "Revzilla".  Watch the videos to get the most information.    I lived in NC, rode in the mountains, and now I live in the heat of New Orleans LA.  The boots breathe in both climates, my feet are dry and more importantly if I go down my feet, ankles and shins are protected.   BC
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Re: Sidi boots
« Reply #7 on: May 20, 2015, 12:41:06 pm »
*Originally Posted by Mordiglio [+]
I have a pair of SIDI Canyon Gore-Tex Boots and they are the best boots I've ever had
3/4 length, very comfortable for walking as well as riding, leather and gore-tex, and a very good anti-slip under sloe, very stable when putting your food down and holding a heavy bike like the TT even in the wet
And I think they look very cool too  :062:
Have a look at revzilla review below

http://www.revzilla.com/product/sidi-canyon-gore-tex-boots

 :028: yep.. Plus one on these, best boots I've ever owned.. Good pair of insoles and you can wear them all day..

 



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