Joe Rocket Super Street RX14 Boots

  • Split grain leather construction
  • Water resistant
  • Articulated ankle design for added mobility
  • Reinforced ankle for increased lateral rigidity for increased protection
  • Injection molded polymeric heel armor
  • Variable closed cell foam cushioning throughout
  • Low profile toe box
  • Reinforced gear shift area
  • Peg-friendly no-slip sole sculpture
  • TPU mid-sole reinforced with metal shank for improved distribution between stiffness and flexibility
  • Combined Velcro & zipper enclosure reinforced by a ratchet strap for an ultra-secure fit
  • Replaceable magnesium toe sliders
  • Antibacterial replaceable insoles
  • Available in sizes 7-13 including 9.5

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MSRP:
$179.99
,  Our Price:
$161.99

Sizing Information

A few of us tried on these boots in the office and thought they ran a bit small. Maybe not a full size small, but at least a half size small. As you can imagine, size recommendations/evaluations on boots are subjective and we do the best we can for you. My overall recommendation would be to buy the size you normally wear, but if you are EVER between sizes, then choose larger.

Overall, I found the width of the boot to be average to narrow… very much like Sidi boots.

Our Two Cents

When I tried these Super Street RX14 Boots on, I was pleasantly surprised. I know fit is a subjective thing, but the shape of the foot just worked perfect on me. I think it is in-part due to the cushy liner they used in these boots. Having some cushion takes up any slack and makes the boot feel more secure on the foot. The side buckle adjuster is sharp and actually works quite well to adjust the neck of the boot. With the adjustment range, I think you’d have flexibility as to wearing pants tucked in or over the boots. And I also like the fact that you don’t have to fiddle with the buckle every time you use the boots because there is a side zipper so you can get them on and off quickly and easily. The boots are internally reinforced in the toe and heel areas (which is quite substantial), and there are hidden round armor pieces on each side of the ankle. The inside armor piece is a bit too far rearward because of the position of the zipper, but I bet it would still do some good there. The neck of the boot flares at the top and therefore makes walking pretty easy (for a race style boot). Overall, for the money, I really like this style. Please take the “View Larger Images” link above to see some good shots of the features and to see the overall height and heel height. :: Paul, 01-31-14

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