Dainese Anfibio Cafe Boots The challenges on the North Circular, trips down to the beach in Brighton, nights in the clubs where rockers hang out in their leather jackets, badges, and grease. This heavy-duty boot with the unmistakable style of the boots of the time is dedicated to the magic of the 60s and the Cafe Racer world and has been revised with modern technical solutions. Made in cowhide with split leather inserts, the Cafe Boot features nylon inserts over the ankle and a breathable double jersey mesh liner under a vintage look to satisfy even the most technical and demanding rockers. Protection Nylon ankle guard Polyurethane inserts on heel and toebox Ergonomics and Comfort Cowhide upper Split leather inserts with rubber finishing Closing with laces Temperature adjustment Double jersey airgap liner Other Non-slip rubber sole Gear shift guard
Ordered them in brown. These boots looked great in the video and pictures. Underwhelmed when I received them. As another reviewer commented, the color was much lighter than depicted. But not only was the color much lighter, it was uneven and had a "washed out" or "bleached" look to it, almost like there was a wax residue over it that can't be rubbed off. The sole of the boot is a VERY soft and spongy rubber and I expect it would wear extremely quickly if walked in (these boots are not able to resoled). The leather was no better (thicker/sturdier) than a traditional full leather jungle boot from standard retailers like Altima. I don't think the minor safety upgrades (ankle caps and toe box) justify the price over a normal jungle boot. I can't comment on fit or comfort, as I was so disappointed when I opened the box, I just boxed them back up and shipped them back. I have bought several products from RevZilla with no issues, and they remain great company to do business with. Dainese failed on these. What would have made this better? 1. A color that was more in tune with what was depicted. 2. A more durable sole (or at least a replaceable sole). 3. Better leather. 4. Better price point.
TCX X-Street Waterproof Shoes Get your street style on with the new X-Street WP all-uses riding shoe. Vintage sneaker construction with soft, breathable, full-grain leather and distressed-look rubber sole. Yet still equipped with signature TCX protective features including ankle guards and reinforced toe and heel counter. Waterproof liner keeps you dry and comfortable on those damp days. Features UPPER breathable, full-grain leather. LINING waterproof PROTECTION ankle guards, reinforced toe and heel counter. CLOSURE laces INSOLE molded EVA with antibacterial, moisture wicking face fabric. SOLE distressed-look vintage rubber sole
Finally had a chance to test these in the rain. A good steady rain. 60 degrees Fahrenheit. 15 minutes of stop and go surface streets and 30 minutes of interstate (65mph) on a naked klx250s. Feet were perfectly dry and stayed warm. The shoes are very comfortable to walk in if you skip the very top lace hole. Sole grips well but doesn't seem like it will wear quickly like some other boots with overly soft soles. Stylish, looks like a normal sneaker.
HJC HJ-09 Faceshield Features Fits HJC AC-12, CL-15, CL-16, C-17, CL-SP, CS-R1, CS-R2, FS-10, FS-15, and IS-16 Helmets Multiple tints for various light conditions Impact resistant This shield is also recommended for Joe Rocket 101 and 201 Helmets
Purchased the smoke anti-fog. Works well during bright full sun days. I had concerns about getting caught at night without a clear shield so I took it for a spin. Does perfectly fine at night. Night-time visibility is obviously reduced compared to a clear shield, but not so much that you can't ride safely with it on at night.