Sidi Doha Boots
- The Doha (named after the Moto GP track in Qatar) boot is a low cut Sidi engineered boot; protective features and Sidi’s renowned quality control provides for one of the very best low cut street boots available
- Leather/Cordura upper
- Reinforced heel and toe cups
- Ankle ball protection
- Toe shift/brake guard
- Heel reflective stripe
- Lace retention strap
- Same insole as Vertigo boot; non-slip bonded sole
Please Note: We can ship Sidi products to US, US territory or APO/FPO addresses only (per manufacturer’s restrictions).
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This model runs pretty true to Sidi’s size conversion chart. Visit our Sidi Sizing Information page for complete size conversion info (ladies can use the chart at the bottom of the page).
Our Two Cents
If you want a lightweight mid-height shoe for riding, I’d recommend this one. I liked the fit of this shoe from the minute I put them on, they were very comfortable for me right from the start. The construction is very much like a basketball shoe or lightweight hiking boot, however the sole is thinner and is made of a more dense rubber than standard shoes, so they should hold up well to resting MC pegs. There is a leather strap that closes over the top of the shoelaces to help prevent a loose lace from getting hooked on something. There is some stiff material in the heel and toe areas also, to provide some protection and to help the shoe retain its shape when shifting. The factory pic above makes it look like the sole is grey, but please take the “View Larger Pictures” link above to see some shots we took. The sole is black and the upper is a combination of black suede-like material and a rugged textile fabric.
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Happy Customers Who Bought This Product
As usual, I received my gear from New Enough with lightning speed. It actually arrived a day earlier than the Fed Ex tracking notice said it would arrive. I will remain a New Enough customer for as long as I continue to ride. (Read more...)