Sidi Tour Rain Boots
- Lorica outer construction
- Membrane equipped to add a waterproof yet slightly breathable barrier between the elements and the rider’s feet
- Full length inner gaiter
- Perforated Teflon treated nylon lining
- Composite inner sole
- Removable arch support
- Nylon internally padded shin plate
- Internal heel protection
- Internal ankle protection
- Internal toe protection
- Reflective panels at the heel, side and front of the boot
- Zipper and Velcro closure system
- Non-slip Sidi sole
- Internal toe shift pad with traction points
- Double stitched in all high stress areas
Free Sidi Socks with a Boot Buy! Yep, buy this pair of boots and you’ll get a free pair of Sidi Tech Road Socks, a $24 value.
Here’s the how-to:
1) Buy the boots
2) Get the boots
3) If a keeper, email us with your order number and we’ll mail you the free socks
4) If not a keeper, set up a return... no free socks for you.
Please Note: We can ship Sidi products to US, US territory or APO/FPO addresses only (per manufacturer’s restrictions).
Visit our Sidi Sizing Information page for complete size conversion info (ladies can use the chart at the bottom of the page). Sidi boots typically fit very consistently from one model to the next and this boot is no exception. We feel the size chart represents the fit very well. Width is “normal”, which is C or D in US shoe sizes.
Our Two Cents
Every boot maker has their “meat and potatoes” boot for everyday riding. The Tour Rain is Sidi’s meat and potatoes boot for those who want a good all-around waterproof street boot. The boot’s upper is Lorica which is the man-made leather material that Sidi has been using for years. The material is great for a motorcycle boot because it is durable and resists abrasion damage. It is easy-care and isn’t damaged by water. In a waterproof design like this, there is a membrane situated between the outer Lorica shell and the inner lining. You can’t see it and you won’t know it’s there, but it will keep water out and it also allows foot moisture to escape so the boots don’t feel clammy (like rubber rain boots might). The overall styling is sharp but benign, so any sort of rider will feel comfortable wearing them either on or off the bike. The side zipper makes them easy to put on and take off. The zipper only comes up the boot part way and this allows you to adjust the fit of the calf area some by placing the Velcro-close flap at a comfortable position. The boots have integral protectors in the shin and on each side of the ankle. The heel cup and toe box are stiffened and there is a large shift protector in the toe area to prevent premature wear from your shifter. We’ve got some good photos of this boot that will show you how tall the boot is and how well the reflective materials work. Take a look at those by clicking the “View Larger Images” link above. I think you will enjoy these boots because Sidi makes a quality product and this design has all the features the every-day rider needs. Paul :: 03-08-12