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I thought I had the boot thing sorted. I have a couple of pairs, both with good protection, however the protection only works if they're snug enough to not come off during a slide. My left boot came off on the weekend, and I now have a broken ankleā€”it was my only significant injury because all my other gear stayed on. Make sure your boots are good and tight people!


Dana Hughes
Austin, TX
Wednesday, November 11, 2020
Editor Response
Great point, Dana. Snug them up everyone!
Wishing you a quick and complete recovery, Dana.
Tricia Szulewski, Editor
Well, thank you great article. My problem always arises when I need to dress up for business and functions.
I do not carry extra boots so I want functional but super elegant riding wear. Any suggestions? Thanks.

Csilla Csabai
Perth
Friday, October 23, 2020
Editor Response
We hear you. I'm not sure about super elegant, but there are some nice choices for riders who want a boot that they can wear in the office and on the bike. Stay tuned for our urban/shoes/sneakers guide. Our leadership board member, Kirsten Midura will write about Alpinestars Stella Kerry boots because she likes their more dressy style. These may appeal to you.
Tricia Szulewski, Editor
I am 4 feet 10 inches and like boots that have good grip and heel to provide more stability and appearance of being more dressed up.

They are very hard to find but Harley-Davidson did make a pair that worked for me but now discontinued them. So I will be in a search for a size 5 with a 2-1/2 inch heel that is sturdy and elegant looking.

Pauline Harvey
Clyde, OH
Thursday, October 22, 2020
Editor Response
Harley-Davidson footwear does, by far, have the biggest selection of women's motorcycle boots to choose from. The company is also updating styles regularly, often releasing new boots in the Spring, Summer, and Fall. So keep checking Harley-DavidsonFootwear.com for the latest styles.
Tricia Szulewski, Editor
I thought this article was going to show more boot options for women. Highly dissatisfied.

Marsha Biehl
Fort Wayne, IN
Thursday, October 22, 2020
Editor Response
Hi Marsha,
I'm sorry you are dissatisfied with this article. Like we mentioned in the article, this is the first in a series that we are putting together, and is designed to educate readers about what to look for in motorcycle boots and about the different styles. We are following it up with our choices for currently available boots, which we are painstakingly putting together with our personal recommendations based on our own experiences wearing them.

It takes a ton more time and effort to put a real gear guide like this together rather than just posting a listing of boots, which is what almost all the other web sites do. If you just want to see what's out there, I recommend you go to Revzilla.com and sort through all the women's boots they sell. That site is excellent for this purpose.

As long time journalists in the industry and the leading resource for women motorcyclists, we strive to give readers more than just a list. Please stay tuned for future articles as we compile our favorite boots in each category.
Tricia Szulewski, Editor
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