I have a pair of Dainese TRQ Race-Out Air boots. Although my boot is a different model from this particular model in question, I am sure that the sizing schemes between the two are extremely similar, if not the same.
In my opinion, I believe that the Dainese boots are on the narrower side. I have wider feet than the norm, I am a true 9US shoe size when it comes to sneakers and dress shoes. I went up one size up for my Dainese boots and purchased size 43 (10US Size). I am glad I did. Width wise, I fit just right. However, the length is a little longer, which is completely fine.
You have to understand that motorcycle boots do not have shoe laces to allow you to fine tune the fit like your regular sneakers do. You have to get a pair of boots that will fit you just right because there are no other adjustments to make to allow them to fit your feet.
My personal opinion is that if you have slightly wider feet, go at least half a size up for Dainese boots. They are on the narrower side. For me, I had to go one full size up to fit just right. Also, follow Dainese's size conversion chart because it is very accurate.
9 months ago