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I have been searching for where to buy these riding boots but haven't found anywhere local yet. I am in Maryland. Sure could use some suggestions. Would like to try them on before I buy them though. Anyone have any ideas, suggestions on where to get them? Thank you.

Patricia Kimball
Halethorpe, MD
Sunday, May 25, 2014
Editor Response
Patricia,
There is a link at the end of our review that directs you to an online retailer where you can purchase those boots. It just so happens this retailer is closing out the brand from its inventory so it selling what sizes it has left at the ridiculously low price of $49.95! You might want to check that out.

If you want to visit a "brick and mortar" location, then go to Forma boot's main website where there is a dealer locator. You can access that link here to find a dealer near you.
Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
I bought my first pair of Forma Simo's on the strength of this article about two years ago. I absolutely love these boots. I wear them daily, whether riding (lots of fun), walking around an office (boring), or teaching motorcycling (much more fun!). I'm about to order my second pair because I've simply worn out my first pair - they've held up well over the last couple of years but I feel the need for an update. They feel snug and firm without too much pressure on the feet, my ankles feel well supported without compromising the flexibility of the boot. I can also feel my gear change lever easily in these boots. I can highly recommend these boots!

Anna Douglas
Coffs Harbour, Australia
Sunday, April 14, 2013
Are these boots still a fav? I'm on the never ending boot search. Ugh. Ride a cruiser style Yamaha.

Just wondering if these are still a top rated boot from those that have bought them. Also, anyone know how tall the boots are? Thanks.

Kristin
Tampa, FL
Thursday, June 28, 2012
Editor Response
The Forma Simo measures 10 inches from sole to upper (rear upper); 11.5 inches from sole to front upper. And yes, they are still my go-to boot of choice for most touring-related or rainy weather riding that I do. Despite the wear in the shifter toe area, they are holding up very well with tons of miles on them. They do make my feet pretty hot on warmer days, however, so I tend not to wear them if outside temps are going to be upwards of 75 degrees F.
Tricia Szulewski, WRN Contributor
Very nice boots.

Kim Foreman
Oakwood, TX
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
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