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Side benefit...shopping! These comments are all good for lady riders. However, you must remember that when you get caught in the rain, shoe/boot covers are great if you're on a long distance ride/vacation. Getting them to fit over your shoe/boot easily is a trick in itself. We have been using small plastic shopping bags to wrap the shoe/boot and then slip into the boot covers. Makes it easy on and off.


Barry Ness
York, PA
Wednesday, August 23, 2017
I don't wear motorcycle boots anymore as I found them not very comfy to walk around in and not fully waterproof. I now wear Magnum walking/hiking boots. I have had my boots now for 11 years and I paid under £100 for them new. They are extremely comfortable and have never leaked even in the worst downpours while riding or walking. As they are quite tall boots, they protect my ankles and lower shin and stop the draft from going up my pant leg.

I usually buy a half size bigger as I can then ride with thicker socks in the winter and they then give my feet room to swell in the summer. I bought another pair of these boots two years ago as I love them so much for when mine finally come to the end of their life. But the old ones are still as good as when I bought them so they are still in the box. The only issue with them is that when I have been walking around in them a lot and it is hot my shin starts to swell just at the top of the boot and I end up with a red rash (not sore) because I never remember to slacken off the top part of the boot.

Janice Haughton
Aberdeen, AB, United Kingdom
Tuesday, August 22, 2017
I have two pairs, one is waterproof. That's a must for weekend trips when you just don't know if you'll be riding in rain. Worth every cent. I also have my regular Harley leather boots. They are maybe a half size bigger, but fit great and have room for warm socks but are not sloppy with thin socks either. I love the ones that tie but have laces so you can loosen up a bit for winter socks. Big flat soles that grip the pavement are a must.

Linda Bailie
Berwick, ME
Wednesday, July 19, 2017
I've worn many styles of biker boots. I agree with much of what most people said here. I wear one size bigger so I have room for good solid socks. And yes, real leather boots stretch over time or if you get caught in rain and they get wet. I have regretted this on some favorite boots I wore in the beginning of learning to ride where my "boots were not made for walking" or all day wear. I also have a high arch and width width. Comfort is more important than looks!

Nevada Smith
Longview
Monday, July 17, 2017
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