REV'IT! Mohawk Shoes

REV'IT! Mohawk Shoes
REV'IT! Mohawk Shoes

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jeremydgreat Verified Purchaser
Carlsbad, CA, USA
Comfort 1/5 Sizing - true to size? 4/5 Style 3/5
Clunky, foamy, awkward

This was my first motosport purchase and they did great! Fast shipping and a super easy return process. Will definitely use them again. Now, onto the product...

This boots look awesome online. When I opened the box, tried them on, and went out for a spin, here's what I found:

- Sizing: Around the feet, they fit okay. The interior feels "spongy" kind of like a winter book. They are very light actually, giving the impression that a lot of the boot is made with foam, rubber, and glue. In fact, they feel weirdly light. Not something I'd be comfortable walking around in for any long period of time.
- Style: The leather is very slick and very thin. My impression was that as soon the shiny exterior has some creases in it, they will not look so great. That is complete conjecture, but that's what it looks like to me. The soul (sides and bottom) is very bright white foam/rubber. In my view it completely clashes with the brown leather.
- Comfort: On my feet they were someone loose around the feet and tight around the lower-calves/ankles. To get my foot in, I had to loosen the laces a LOT. Takes a long time to put them on.
- Protection: Not sure what I was expecting but I think there should be more than a bit of ankle armor (a disc) on the ankle.
- Functionality: I ride a Bonneville where the position is very upright. With my cafe bars, I lean forward quite a bit. That means my feet are angled pretty upright and I need a lot of flexibility for quickly getting my foot above the shifter. Even though these boots are thin and light, the upward flexibility isn't good enough for me to comfortable get on top of the shifter in a hurry.

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