Sidi Strada Evo Air Boots
- Lorica outer construction
- Venting located on the in-step as well as the side of the foot
- Gear shift toe protection located to prevent a pinch when walking
- Fully padded ankle protection system including external ankle ball guards
- Plastic armor on shin, outer ankle and heel
- Reflective panel above heel in rear
- 3/4 side zipper with Velcro flap cover
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This model runs pretty true to Sidi’s size conversion chart. Visit our Sidi Sizing Information page for complete size conversion info (ladies can use the chart at the bottom of the page). Calf sizes are average and are only somewhat adjustable with the Velcro flap (see detailed pic for closure detail), so if you have large calves, you might want to look for a shorter boot or one with more calf adjustability.
Our Two Cents
The Strada Air is the hot weather version of the popular Sidi Strada Tepor (the waterproof version). The Strada Air has two special air intake vents on the boot to admit air while riding to make them more comfortable than other styles in hot weather (take the “View Larger Pictures” link above to see the vents close-up). The overall Strada style is made for the street rider who wants a boot with good protection features, with a low profile design to make precise shifting possible, but one that isn’t quite as flashy as the race models. For protection you get molded armor pieces on the shin, ankle and heel just like Sidi race boots. These will work great under jeans or if you wear sport pants, with the pant legs tucked in.
Happy Customers Who Bought This Product
This is the first pair of Sidi boots I've worn and I'm hooked. The material is light but very tough and just "solid" enough. They fit my somewhat narrow foot very well, and though they are a little clumsy for walking around they are perfect on... (Read more...)
These boots are perfect for 3 season riding (spring, summer and fall). I wear them both on the road and on gravel/dirt rides and they perform well. The do get a bit chilly in temps below about 35F, but then again, they're ventilated, so it's exp... (Read more...)