Icon Patrol Boots

  • Durable leather upper
  • 100% waterproof
  • Axialmetric steel shank
  • Slip resistant rubber sole
  • Footpeg interface arch
  • Dual adjustable stabilizer straps
  • Internal ankle protection
  • Aluminum positive-lock buckles
  • Protected speed lacing system
  • Shifter interface nubs

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Our Price:
$170.00

Sizing Information

Fit seems comparable with regular street shoes or boots, so order the size you normally choose.

Product Video

Our Two Cents

Wow, these are some tough looking boots! The Icon Patrol boots are an all weather riding boot with a tough look, which is backed up with some pretty tough features. A dual metal buckle closure keeps the boots secure on your feet, and an internal lacing system helps to get a nice snug fit. An inner waterproof liner should keep your feet dry in wet weather, although keep in mind that these are a fairly short boot and unless you’re wearing a rain suit or similar garment over them, water could run into the boots from the top. Shifter interface nubs add to the looks while providing good shifter feel, and the arch of the boot is textured for grip on the foot pegs. There is some padding on the top of the boot and front of the ankle which should provide both comfort and protection. These boots should work well for a wide variety of riders and riding conditions. To see some closeup pictures of the Patrol boots, simply click the “View Larger Images” link above.

Happy Customers Who Bought This Product

Dscf0027
From: L.A.
Location: Virginia

The boots look much better in brown than black. Fit nicely, but take some time to make sure you get the laces the right tightness, the straps the right length, and everything tucked in. They get more comfortable once you take the time to adjust the fit. (Read more...)

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From: Adam
Location: Chicago

I was looking for a pair of waterproof boots for street riding and came across these. I particularly liked them for a couple of reasons, the first being that the panel in the front covers the laces so less water gets trapped inside compared to oth... (Read more...)

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