Sidi SDS New York Riding Shoes (Just a Few Left)
- Light duty inner sole
- Removable arch support pad
- Non-slip rubber sole
- Double stitched in all high stress areas
- Lace and Velcro closure
- Leather with nylon mesh upper construction
- Ankle ball protection
- Reflective heel panel
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 39 Euro to 48 Euro which covers both men’s and women’s US size ranges.
Our Two Cents
I’ll have to give the Sidi Design Series New York Riding shoe the thumbs up for looks and price. The boots have a sharp black suede finish combined with other sport-shoe meshy-type materials. These shoes are relatively lightweight and comfortable. They should be very comfortable in hot weather because the mesh materials will allow a lot of air flow. The laces allow you to adjust the fit (duh, but I only mention it because many side-zip boots don’t). The overall “heft” of the boot feels average to me. They are a bit more substantial than a lot of “riding shoes” that look like this, but are little more than sneakers, however they are not as robust as a short touring boot (like the Doha for example). The sole has a good firm compound rubber and it feels like there is some reinforcement inside. The shoes have pretty substantial feeling protectors on either side of the ankle and the heel is reasonably reinforced. The toe box reinforcement is a bit weaker than most though. Take a look at all the feature photos we took by taking the View Larger Images link above. These boots really are good looking and a pretty good value especially at a closeout price! :: Paul, 12-01-12
Happy Customers Who Bought This Product
The Sidi New York Riding Shoes are a great deal. The first day I wore them was for nearly 12 hours. No break-in required, as these are very pliable. (Read more...)
As an MSF RiderCoach, I need boots that are comfortable enough for walking around in for 12 hours, and protective enough to stand up to the possibility of a new rider with dicey control rolling over them. These boots are quite trick to look at, as Sidis are. The fit is good, although they can feel a little tight on top after a day in them. (Read more...)