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Sidi Motorcycle Boots

For efficacy and style, take a look at Sidi motorcycle boots, from weather resistant designs to touring and racing boots. Get ready to ride by choosing the right pair for you.

Quality and design

Whether you’re looking for on- or off-road cycle boots, Sidi’s designs are specially made for the situation. Using their knowledge and passion of the business, boots from Sidi are the perfect balance between innovation and tradition, offering both style and comfort to the wearer.

Sidi boots offer guaranteed quality in all of their footwear, which has been made with the highest levels of comfort and reliability.

You’ll know you’re looking a pair of authentic Sidi boots when you see their logo, the signature design with a vortex symbol.

For truly enhanced protection, choose a pair with CE approved armour. SIDI Vertigo Evo boots use CE approved armour, meaning that these boots add truly enhanced protection when on the go.

SIDI Armada boots uses Gore Tex material to ensure maximised comfort through the use of a waterproof yet breathable material.

Ladies boots

Sidi have produced several designs of ladies boots that are made to perfectly fit the female leg. These include safety features such as calf support, shin plates and ankle pads, as well as comfort details such as elastic panelling, Teflon mesh and arch support.

Touring or racing boots?

Which style of boot you choose depends entirely on how you ride. If you usually ride your motorcycle for commuting and general transport, you’re best looking at touring boots as they are versatile. They offer both comfort and protection, adding support to the most vulnerable areas of your legs and feet.

If you are a fan of motocross or off-road riding, you’re best looking for racing boots. They are usually knee-high offering even more protection and are made from high quality materials to give a snug fit and maximum protection.

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