Sidi Traffic Air Boots

  • A mid height boot
  • Perforated Lorica outer construction for maximum airflow
  • Perforated Teflon treated nylon lining
  • Composite inner sole
  • Removable arch support
  • Internally padded shin plate
  • Internal heel protection
  • Internal ankle protection
  • Internal toe protection
  • Zipper and Velcro closure system
  • Bonded non-slip lug sole
  • Lorica toe shift pad
  • Double stitched in all high stress areas

Please Note: We can ship Sidi products to US, US territory or APO/FPO addresses only (per manufacturer’s restrictions).

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Our Price:
$180.00

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Sizing Information

Visit our Sidi Sizing Information page for complete size conversion info (ladies can use the chart at the bottom of the page). These boots fit very much like other Sidi boots and are true to the chart. The width is “D”.

Our Two Cents

Wow, when I first put these new Traffic Air boots on, I thought, “that was easy”. The side zipper entry is really fast and the shorter top of this design simplifies any concerns about calf height (because they are shorter the calf size is not much of an issue). Like every other style of Sidi boots, the fit is consistent. Sidi has offered a style like the Traffic (I can’t remember the name of previous incantations) for years. There are a lot of riders that like the look of the lug sole. They offer great stability (wide and flat), and they also offer a bit of extra height for those who may need it to comfortably touch down while in the saddle. (Speaking of height, take a look at our close up pictures for height measurements… click “View Larger Images” above). The “Air” in the boot’s name refers to the partial perf design. The perfs will allow some air to flow through for comfort in warmer weather. The boots have stiffener materials built into the toe and heel cup for safety and the stiffener in the toe along with an extra layer of material on top will allow you to shift without the boots breaking down. There are some round armor pieces on either side of the ankle bones. The armor pieces are installed between the outer material and the liner so you won’t even know they are there, but they’ll help in case of impact. Like I said in the first sentence, these boots will be easy and comfortable to wear, which means they’ll be the ones you grab out of the closet when you ride. Paul :: 03-08-12

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