Sidi Fusion Air Boots
- Fully perforated for warm weather riding
- Dual compound sole
- Composite inner sole
- Vertebra system Achilles and rear calf protection panel
- Replaceable nylon toe scuff pad
- Replaceable outer ankle protective cap
- Nylon shin deflector plate
- Fully encapsulated heel cup
- DuPont® polymer toe shift pad
- An elastic panel adjacent to the entry zipper allows a bind free zip and improved fit
- Removable arch support
- Double stitched in all high stress areas
- Zipper and Velcro closure system
- Lorica outer construction
- Perforated Teflon treated nylon lining
Please Note: We can ship Sidi products to US, US territory or APO/FPO addresses only (per manufacturer’s restrictions).
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Visit our Sidi Sizing Information page for complete size conversion info (ladies can use the chart at the bottom of the page). We feel the chart works well to choose a size based upon a US shoe size.
The Fusions are a bit more roomy inside than other Sidi’s we have tried, especially in the heel area. Not enough to say to choose one size smaller than normal, but if you are between sizes, take that into consideration.
Our Two Cents
The Fusion Air boots are a perforated version of Sidi’s Fusion boots. These would be a great choice for the rider who is looking for hot weather boots. The Sidi Fusion Air boots are a great touring boot with some racing influence (perhaps a fusion of sport and touring, if you will). A full length zipper and Velcro upper make getting these boots on and off a breeze, and the soles are fairly flexible for walking comfort too. The Fusion Air’s are constructed entirely of Lorica, a fiber weave synthetic leather that Sidi has used successfully for many years. (Fun trivia fact: “Lorica” is Latin for body armor). In addition to the tough Lorica material, Sidi has incorporated molded armor pieces into key areas of the Fusion Air boots. There is a fully enclosed heel cup, as well as ankle bone protectors and a reinforced toe box. In addition, the shin and calf area are protected from impact with molded plastic as well. Ankle support isn’t quite what you would find in a race boot, but you have to give up some of that for all day comfort. The Fusion Air boots are still more robust than many of the other touring boots available. Take a look at the pictures we took of the Fusion boots in our studio by clicking the “View Larger Images” link above.