Joe Rocket Super Streetbike Boots

  • Leather construction
  • Injection molded protection on heel and ankle
  • Padded ankle area
  • Plastic adjuster strap with aluminum buckle
  • Reinforced gear shift area
  • Toe slider

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Sizing Information

Use the drop down menu above to see the available size range. Choose the size you normally wear in a street shoe. The width of these boots is “medium” or “D” width.

Our Two Cents

Think of the Super Streetbike Boot as a race boot with a short top. The bottom part of the foot is the same as the Joe Rocket Speedmaster 2.0 boot. It offers very substantial molded protection around the heel and ankle. The leather used on the foot of the boot is very thick feeling too, so it should provide a lot of crash padding. There is a large plastic molded piece over the shift area of the toe too. The short top above the ankle has a stiff protector in the front The overall look of the boot is very futuristic and you can wear them with jeans (the short top won’t work for tucking in sport pants). But, the short design along with the molded protector pieces makes for a very stiff boot. I’m sure the boot will loosen up some, but these certainly wouldn’t be my choice for bopping around the mall. The short/stiff design is popular for “stunt” riding (not sure why since I’m not a stunt rider), but I just wanted to mention it so you’d know what you were getting into. Take the “View Larger Pictures” link above to see this boot up close.

Happy Customers Who Bought This Product

From: Harris
Location: Colorado

These are really great riding boots. They were a bit stiff when I first got them, but know they are much more flexible and comfortable. They also seem very well put together and are of high quality. (Read more...)

From: Moises A.
Location: California

Surprisingly, the size 13 matches my normal size 13 shoes. I really like these boots. The look is great and they fit comfortably. (Read more...)

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