Sidi On Road Gore-Tex Boots (One Left, Size 38)
- Top grain leather construction
- Equipped with a Gore-Tex waterproof/breathable membrane
- Secure multi Velcro closure system
- Full length inner gaiter
- Rigid nylon innersole
- Composite inner sole
- Removable arch support
- Internal heel protection
- Internal toe protection
- Leather toe shift-brake pad
- Padded shin plate
- Double stitched in all high stress areas
- Ankle cup
- Bonded non-slip lug type sole
Please Note: We can ship Sidi products to US, US territory or APO/FPO addresses only (per manufacturer’s restrictions).
This model runs true to Sidi’s size conversion chart and fits about like any other Sidi street boot style. Visit our Sidi Sizing Information page for complete size conversion info (ladies can use the chart at the bottom of the page).
Sizes range from 38 Euro to 50 Euro which covers both men’s and women’s US size ranges.
Our Two Cents
The On Road boot has been a favorite of motorcyclists for years. It’s extremely popular with touring and dual sport riders because of its aggressive sole, height and waterproof construction. This boot is made waterproof with Gore Tex which is a well regarded material with the unique property of keeping water out while allowing for water vapor (produced by the wearer) to escape. The boots are tall and sturdy with a very secure Velcro closure system. They can be worn with pants over or with pants tucked in (depending upon your riding style and your preference in motorcycle protection). The boot is made of top grain leather so it will need a bit of breaking in to be comfortable. In addition to the heavy leather construction, there is built in armor in the shin, heel, toe and the inside ankle area. These armor pieces are rigid pieces that add thickness and stiffness in those areas in case of impact. The soles are a heavy duty lug design for long wear. This boot is very slightly revised for ‘09. About the only change I can see is the wider Velcro close tab near the top of the boots. Take the “View Larger Pictures” link above for some close-up pictures.