Sidi Crossfire 2 SRS Boots

$575.00
4.80 out of 5 stars

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SIDI puts rider fit and performance foremost, and the results speak for themselves. Winning is SIDI's legacy, established by more than 50 years of footwear innovation in the pursuit of performance and helping athletes realize their fullest potential. SIDI - A continuing passion for craftsmanship.

  • Designed to limit foot / ankle hyperextension.
  • Laminated 3 mm thick Technomicro is used as the base material in all areas.
  • The SR sole disperses loads better than any other sole system on the market.
  • The SR sole is molded of anti-skid rubber and can be replaced using a standard screwdriver; Sidi's optional Supermoto or Enduro soles may also be fitted.
  • Calf plate system features an inner double-adjustment that expands to fit even the largest calf!
  • Nylon insole - no dangerous steel shank!
  • Inner heat shield made of high grip material.
  • The top-of-the-boots gaiter features a high-grip anti-heat panel on the inside area, and an elastic belt with hook-and-loop closure seals the top of the boot against the elements.
  • Removable arch support.
  • The boots' tongue features a protective internal gusset.
  • Toe area covered in protective plastic.
  • Rigid, shock-resistant, anatomically shaped heel holds the rider's foot firm and thus resists twisting while offering maximum protection.
  • Replaceable, even sleeker, micro-adjustable cam lock buckle system with memory retention straps.
  • Lower buckle protected against opening due to impact by a molded guard.
  • The complete central strap system can be easily replaced and is available in two sizes.
  • Lined with anti-abrasion Cambrelle in the foot area for comfort, the upper is lined with Teflon mesh which prevents complete absorption of water and sweat.
  • All bolt-on parts are replaceable. Replaceable shin plate is a Sidi patented feature.
  • External molded plastic malleolus guard with ergonomic closed-cell foam padding internally to enhance protection of those tender small foot bones.
  • Slim, cool non-bootie design.
  • Exclusive Dual Flex System upper offers the industry's best fit, especially with knee braces!
  • Assembled and replaceable boot leg is stitch free!
  • Replaceable inner kickstart / footpeg guard on the inside area of both boots.
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Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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cameronkfulk
Best Boot EVA

I am on the third set of boot soles... I like the enduro soles (34$). I use fastway evolution airs with spikes for mud and wet conditions and positive grip... I rip through soles in a year. Changing out the soles has saved hundreds of dollars over the last 2.5 years I've had these for racing. Not even sure they have a break in period... They were supple from the showroom floor. All the parts except the leather upper is replaceable... shin panels, front guards.. straps... all of it... Lastly get a good leather conditioner... I didn't treat it right and its now starting to scale... however... I race in Arizona in the winter... and in Colorado in the summer... all dry air areas... with splashes of water. I have to say even with poor care these have lasted for a very long time.

Overall 3 out of 5 stars
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pitrider
Revised review

So I called Motivation who does the warranty work for SIDI, and long story short, they had me send the boots in and ended up sending me a new pair. It took over a month to work through the process so I was glad I still had a pair of back up boots. It appears that it is a known issue with the part that broke. Nice to see a company that still stands behind their product. I will say that I found the toe box on these to have less feel than my old Alpinestar Tech 8. But this could just be a break in process???

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Santa Cruz, CA, USA
lazervision
Amazing after first 6 hrs of riding

Took these boots out for a weekend of riding without breaking them in. They felt broken in the minute I put them on. Buckles work very well. I have zero complaints about these boots.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Verified Purchaser MotoSport Staff Expert
Location: Sun Valley, ID, USA
Chaz

Love these boots!!

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Maui, Hawaii, USA
Redman
Great Boots

I dont use anything else. Pay the price get good boots. They also sell replacement parts.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Seattlish, WA
UsedToBeFast
Very comfy, would be better with half sizes

Most comfortable boots I've worn, even without half sizes. I have screws in my ankle that hurt every ride with my old $100 boots. No pain at all with Sidi's, hands down the most comfortable mx boot I've ever worn. Too soon to opine on durability. Re sizing, I wear a 44.5 in Sidi cycling shoes (10.5 in typical US footwear, 10's mx boots back in the day). Guessed at 44's, and they were too small. 45's work, but do have just a bit of excess room.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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mikesean
AWESOME!!!

Most comfortable boots I've ever owned!!! Nice strong Toe box! If i was wearing softer boots i would have broke my Foot!

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Boogie
Sidi crossfire srs

True to size,good guality boot.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Hampton, VA, USA
tjasb
Great boot

I was a little hesitant to wear these new boots for the first time in a hare scramble, but I did it anyway. I was pleasantly surprised when I threw my leg over the bike rushing to get to the starting line. They immediately felt better than my well broke-in Tech 7's and I was glad I had decided to put them into service. With more flex in the ankle shifting and braking was easier and provided more feel and better control. No pressure points were noticed. They limbered up a little over the course of the day and allowed me to go a couple clicks tighter on the buckles. If I can wear these out, I'll definitely purchase another pair.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Novato, CA, USA
Tony1970
Worth the money.

I was a bit nervous spending almost six bills for a set of boots, but after riding with them it was well worth the money. My feet are two different sizes, an 11 and a 11-1/2, so I go with the size 11 on any shoe/boot purchase so I do not have a loose shoe. I ordered the CF2's the same way and they fit great. Not loose or tight. The Motosport return policy made this a little less worrisome. I wore them around the house off and on for a couple days and they felt like they broke in just walking indoors. I have taken one ride with them and they are really comfy to ride in. I trail ride in some nasty stuff and the boots protected me great. The hinge system makes a difference shifting and braking, and they are waterproof. The SRS sole stuck to my footpegs well, and did not wear excessively on the sharp teeth. My feet were a little hot after the ride, but the boots still felt comfortable no hot spots or rubbing. They also cleaned up well from all the mud and crud and still looked good. The only complaints I have is I wish the SRS system had a metal toe cap for durability. The plastic end cap seems sturdy, but I feel a metal replaceable cap would be a benefit. I also feel a replaceable panel on the left toe/shift area would increase durability to match the rest of the replaceable panels and buckle points. All in all I give them 5 stars. With basic good quality boots almost at 3 bills now spending more for something this comfortable and durable seems to be an easy choice.

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dbf498 Location: Okinawa Prefecture, Japan
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Mike243 Over 8 months ago
I wear a size 15 in tech 8s. Considering there is a booty in the tech 8 my size would be smaller. My works boots are size 13?
What size would I be in these?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 8 months ago
MotoSportExpert
The Sidi Crossfire 2 SRS Boots run pretty true to size. If you normally wear a size 13 in your regular shoes then I would go with that.
3 months 8 days ago
pitrider
I wear a size 9 (43) in the Tech 8 and bought the 8.5 (42) in the crossfire 2. Felt snug the first time I wore them, but perfect by about half way through the ride. The tow box is a bit different and doesn't appear to have the same feel as the Tech 8. This may be because I have been wearing the Tech 8's for years.
2 months 25 days ago
cameronkfulk
I wear 12.5 to 13... I like a tighter boot... I wear 13 and they fit like a glove. These are pretty close to the same size as a normal shoe.
OldtimerRacer 1 year ago
What are these boots rated for? Motocross or street?
I have had these boot for 2 events. 1st week the heel tore off kicking dirt out of the start gate. 2nd week destroyed right ankle over shooting a jump. Now I have crutches for 3 weeks. My last boots were Crossfire I bought in 08. I went to the shop and bought these SRS boots because they were there in my size. I thought the look of the sole must be the new look. I think I bought a boot that is not rated for Motocross. Haven't been in crutches with my old boots and I have landed a lot harder in the past.
MotoSport Staff Top 1 Contributor Expert
1 year ago
MotoSportGrantK
Yes, the Sidi Crossfire 2 SRS boot is a motocross/offroad boot and is one of the more popular boots available. There is no current rating for boots. I would recommend taking a look at the Alpinestars Tech-10's if you are unhappy with your boots as they have a great ankle support system.
2 months 25 days ago
cameronkfulk
Not sure any boot will save your ankles on a case, all MX boots have padded steel insole. SX racer buddy had tech 10's and still shattered both ankles on a cased jump.... the soles are only held with twist lock screws, ensure they are tight. I use fastway evolution air footpegs with the spikes.... I have never had an issue with them tearing.
Maddie 1 year 1 month ago
Do these boots only come in a size 40 in black?
I've had trouble finding these boots in the color I want. All I can find is black.
Expert Top 1 Contributor MotoSport Staff
1 year ago
MotoSportGrantK
Currently Sidi only offers the Crossfire 2 SRS Boots size 40 in black. Once you go up to a size 42 and above, you then have the option for more color choices.
ktm392 1 year 2 months ago
Do these have better or worse ankle support than the tech 10s?
MotoSport Staff Top 25 Contributor Top 10 Contributor Expert Top 1 Contributor
1 year 2 months ago
MotoSportGrantK
The Sidi Crossfire 2 SRS and the Alpinestars Tech-10 Boots both have some of the best ankle support systems available. It's really hard to say which is better and you can't go wrong with either one as both are considered top of the line boots. Keep in mind that Sidi's tend to be a little bit narrower than Alpinestars.
Ryan 1 year 4 months ago Location: Auburn
What is the difference between these and the ta's?
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 year 4 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportRyanT
Both boots are very similar in all the major features and functions. The main difference is the sole of the boot. On the SRS boots the Sole is molded to the bottom of the boot, on the TA the sole is sewn onto the bottom of the boot and has the traditional metal toe plate on the front of the boot. Both soles can be replaced but the SRS sole is easier to replace as it can be removed and replaced using a standard screwdriver. The SRS is more used by riders who race motocross who are looking for the most comfortable boot, where as the TA boots would be geared more towards the off-road rider who needs a bit more durability than overall comfort.
dbf498 1 year 8 months ago Location: Okinawa Prefecture, Japan
Sizing?
I wear an 8.5 to 9 street show. What size boot should I order?
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportRyanT
These boots are sized in European sizing. Size EU 42 would be the equivalent to US Size 8.5. Size EU 43 would be the equivalent to a US Size 9.5. I would say if you are on the larger side of an 8.5 or a 9 you may want to get the EU 43 (US 9.5). Tip: I personally usually fall between an 11 and a 12. I usually wear size 12 boots and put an extra insole (gel insoles are great) in to make up for the extra space.
smokerrider 1 year 9 months ago
I wear a size 12 in gaerne SG 10 what would I wear in these boots?
Just don't wanna have to return the boot for the right size more times than necessary.
MotoSport Staff
1 year 9 months ago
MotoSportGrant
A size 47 should fit. For people with wider feet, Sidi's tend to run a little tight and are not quite as wide as Gaerne's. There is a link to the size chart provided by Sidi right above where you select the boot size.
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