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Sidi Vertigo Lei Women’s Motorcycle Boots

Women’s Motorcycle Boots Review |
Sidi Vertigo Lei

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Outfitted with the same racing-derived safety features as the men’s Vertigo boot-hard plastic at the shin, toe and ankle, and a shock absorbing shell across the back heel-the women’s Sidi Vertigo Lei is a serious Italian boot for fast femmes’ feet.

A long zipper from arch to boot top confers a snug fit, and customization can be found via Sidi’s sophisticated propriety closing system. This innovative mechanism is also a quick-release unit-a push of a lever allows the back guard to open to its full extension, making it easy to get the boots on and off. There is a closeable air vent along the outside edge of the boot for all-season comfort.

Sporting a non skid-sole and an appropriately low heel, the Vertigo Lei’s shiny Lorica has a patent leather look, accented with stylish abstract pink graphics. No need to suffer for style, these boots are comfortable on the first ride, allowing for a great feel of the controls and the confidence that comes from professional-level protection.

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