Sidi Adventure Gore Boots

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Sidi Adventure Gore Boots
Sidi Adventure Gore Boots

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There is almost no question that the Sidi Adventure Gore-Tex boots are the finest Adventure Motorcycling footwear money can buy.

Sidi make awesome boots, fact. They have taken lessons learned in making world-class championship winning Road Racing, Motocross and Touring boots and combined them perfectly to produce the Adventure Gore. 

They are uniquely protective, comfortable, smart and guaranteed to keep you dry.

Ankle and foot protection, crucial for rider safety, is extremely good due to the stiff hinged ankle, rigid, shock resistant, anatomically shaped heel and tough toe box.

The split grain leather inner anti-wear/heat panel allows you to grip the bike for control without risking burns and the slim design gives awesome feel on the controls. The soft rubber walking boot style sole is extremely comfortable when off the bike and gives loads of grip in soft ground.

If you're using these boots to commute or drop in at an embassy function en route, the low key boot styling looks fine with casual trousers. An added bonus!

The icing on the cake is the Gore-Tex waterproof, breathable membrane that is 'Guaranteed to Keep You Dry' without making your feet overheat in hot weather.

Highly recommended!

  • Soft rubber sole for maximum grip.
  • Replaceable strap system.
  • Top grain leather construction.
  • Composite inner sole.
  • Removable arch support.
  • Exclusive cam-lock buckle system.
  • Cambrelle lining.
  • Slim, cool non-bootie design.
  • Rigid, shock resistant, anatomically shaped heel for maximum protection.
  • Split grain leather inner anti-wear/heat panel.
  • Single Flex System upper.
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Questions on Sidi Adventure Gore Boots

  • From Caz at 02/03/2014 09:52
    • Why aren't the Sidi adventure boots available in women's sizes??
    • Caz,

      Usually if something is not available in womans sizes it is because the manufacturer does not think it can sell enough of the product to warrant a production run of sizes (particularly with boots where setup costs are high). This is often the case in the motorcycling world where the majority of riders are male.

      Sorry about that.
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  • From Andrew at 24/03/2014 16:59
    • Is the sidi adventure only available with gore text liner or is there another model?
    • Hi Andrew,

      In the UK it only comes with the Gore-Tex Liner. I think in the US they do one called the 'Adventure Rain' which has a different liner. These are not available in Europe to my knowledge

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  • From dawei at 25/08/2015 09:28
    • Is this boots (Sidi Adventure Gore Boots) suit for touring or more for off road riding?
    • These boots are better suited for touring/adventure riding. They're half way between a road boot and an off-road boot. They've not got the protection of a motorcross boot, but they are a lot more comfortable for wearing all day, and are Gore-tex lined.
      Hope that helps.
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Great boots, last a long time! Review by Nico @ nara.nl
Great boots, last a long time!" by , written on 6 September 2017
I use these boots for 6 years now and they still make me happy everytime i wear them. They're comfortable, strong and waterproof. On my long trip i used Meindl army pro boots, for their better walking performance, but for my normal trips these are the oots.
Overall rating
5 out of 5
I use these boots for 6 years now and they still make me happy everytime i wear them. They're comfortable, strong and waterproof. On my long trip i used Meindl army pro boots, for their better walking performance, but for my normal trips these are the oots. (Posted on 06/09/2017)
The best Review by Ridleydean
The best " by , written on 29 February 2016
They work in all occasions, the best non motocross boot out there!
Overall rating
5 out of 5
They work in all occasions, the best non motocross boot out there! (Posted on 29/02/2016)
Dry feet, happy feet! Review by Captain Slow
Dry feet, happy feet!" by , written on 23 December 2015
Regardless of my spirited riding approach when the terrain dictates, I am still an adventure traveller, so this means walking around dusty streets in Bolivia or exploring the landscapes on foot in Peru. A motocross boot will just not work for my years-long trip across the Americas. I wanted maximum protection, but still allow for walking a few miles and for a broad range of temperatures and conditions. All the research resulted in selecting the Sidi Adventure boots, a heavily armoured adventure boot that includes a hinged ankle for walking short distances.

On first glance, the boot looks motocross ready, with a massive shin plate, rigid armoured heel and reinforced toe box. Additional strike plates abound, including one for the inside and outside of the ankle, foot bridge and arch. Even with all this protection, the Sidi Adventure is pretty comfortable. Behind the armour and hinges, there is a leather upper and a full-length rubber sole. The calf and ankle latches all have a massive adjustability range and within a few minutes was tuned to my shape.

The boot also boasts a slim, cool non-bootie design. Even at over 100 degrees and riding hard off road through Huascaran National Park in Ancash, Peru, the boots were comfortable. I will say that quality, knee-high socks are a critical component of the comfort, but these boots are not ovens. I also spent weeks riding in Mexico’s summer; the boots took the heat and fine dust well there too.

On the other extreme, I rode my motorcycle out of snow from both Ushuaia and Caviahue in Argentina and never experienced my feet turning into blocks of ice. Perhaps best of all, the boots are 100 per cent Gore-Tex waterproof, with a breathable membrane that is 'Guaranteed to Keep You Dry' without making your feet overheat in hot weather. I have tested the boots countless times through water crossings up to my shins and come out of the other side smiling smugly—dry feet are always happy feet.

Overall, I could not be more pleased with the Sidi Adventure boots over the last 30,000 miles and 17 countries in climates spanning from -10 degrees Celsius to plus 40, and plan to use them for the remainder of my trip from the southern States to Alaska. They broke-in easily and have never given a hot spot or blister, even with the odd short hike around various national parks through Latin America and the U.S.

However, due to a lack of body fat of me, I am looking forward to upgrading to knee-high KLiM Mammoth socks, in order to keep my feet that little bit more toasty come the cooler climes. I wondered at the start of our journey if all this expensive protective gear seemed like overkill, until it saves your life or limb. I have had a number of slow speed crashes where my foot has been trapped beneath my motorcycle, all 200 kilograms of her laden with luggage. Buy the best and cry at the point of purchase, not in a heap on the side of the trail…
Overall rating
5 out of 5
Regardless of my spirited riding approach when the terrain dictates, I am still an adventure traveller, so this means walking around dusty streets in Bolivia or exploring the landscapes on foot in Peru. A motocross boot will just not work for my years-long trip across the Americas. I wanted maximum protection, but still allow for walking a few miles and for a broad range of temperatures and conditions. All the research resulted in selecting the Sidi Adventure boots, a heavily armoured adventure boot that includes a hinged ankle for walking short distances.

On first glance, the boot looks motocross ready, with a massive shin plate, rigid armoured heel and reinforced toe box. Additional strike plates abound, including one for the inside and outside of the ankle, foot bridge and arch. Even with all this protection, the Sidi Adventure is pretty comfortable. Behind the armour and hinges, there is a leather upper and a full-length rubber sole. The calf and ankle latches all have a massive adjustability range and within a few minutes was tuned to my shape.

The boot also boasts a slim, cool non-bootie design. Even at over 100 degrees and riding hard off road through Huascaran National Park in Ancash, Peru, the boots were comfortable. I will say that quality, knee-high socks are a critical component of the comfort, but these boots are not ovens. I also spent weeks riding in Mexico’s summer; the boots took the heat and fine dust well there too.

On the other extreme, I rode my motorcycle out of snow from both Ushuaia and Caviahue in Argentina and never experienced my feet turning into blocks of ice. Perhaps best of all, the boots are 100 per cent Gore-Tex waterproof, with a breathable membrane that is 'Guaranteed to Keep You Dry' without making your feet overheat in hot weather. I have tested the boots countless times through water crossings up to my shins and come out of the other side smiling smugly—dry feet are always happy feet.

Overall, I could not be more pleased with the Sidi Adventure boots over the last 30,000 miles and 17 countries in climates spanning from -10 degrees Celsius to plus 40, and plan to use them for the remainder of my trip from the southern States to Alaska. They broke-in easily and have never given a hot spot or blister, even with the odd short hike around various national parks through Latin America and the U.S.

However, due to a lack of body fat of me, I am looking forward to upgrading to knee-high KLiM Mammoth socks, in order to keep my feet that little bit more toasty come the cooler climes. I wondered at the start of our journey if all this expensive protective gear seemed like overkill, until it saves your life or limb. I have had a number of slow speed crashes where my foot has been trapped beneath my motorcycle, all 200 kilograms of her laden with luggage. Buy the best and cry at the point of purchase, not in a heap on the side of the trail… (Posted on 23/12/2015)
They fit like a glove! Review by Ride now, work later
They fit like a glove!" by , written on 23 December 2015
Sidi Adventure boots offer a high level of protection aimed squarely at the bonafide off-road rider. Sliding them on for the first time they had the heft and feel of a built to last boot but allowed for comfort and rideability on top.

Common to heavy off-road boots, the Sidi Adventures use a removable arch support and composite inner sole to maximize fit and provide much needed padding to protect against the harder shell of the outer boot.

With regard to fit, I have fairly average size 9s with relatively medium volume. I found the fit to be spot on. The buckles provided ample adjustment and there was obviously a lot of consideration applied to the placement of the buckles. None of them produced uncomfortable pressure. Despite the use of so many solid materials, there’s a convincing chance that the boots will still fit immediately, they did for me.

If you get a chance to hold a pair of Sidi Adventures in your very own paws, you will, like me, be smiling from ear to ear by their physical presence. They’re even light on my feet, something that again seems to defy physics.

Over the last three years of owning my old Sidi Adventures, I was surprised and relieved to discover the boots have never produced a single hotspot or blister. I have also dropped my motorcycle in the sand with a hard pannier landing right on my foot. I felt nothing. I was even bitten on the left boot twice by the same dog, not feeling a single tooth. I also walked in them each day more than I would have anticipated with surprisingly good comfort. There’s no doubt, these are not bunny slippers. They are vaults for your feet and that level of protection is noticeable but, should you require supreme armour for your lower appendages, I would definitely recommend giving them a try.
Overall rating
5 out of 5
Sidi Adventure boots offer a high level of protection aimed squarely at the bonafide off-road rider. Sliding them on for the first time they had the heft and feel of a built to last boot but allowed for comfort and rideability on top.

Common to heavy off-road boots, the Sidi Adventures use a removable arch support and composite inner sole to maximize fit and provide much needed padding to protect against the harder shell of the outer boot.

With regard to fit, I have fairly average size 9s with relatively medium volume. I found the fit to be spot on. The buckles provided ample adjustment and there was obviously a lot of consideration applied to the placement of the buckles. None of them produced uncomfortable pressure. Despite the use of so many solid materials, there’s a convincing chance that the boots will still fit immediately, they did for me.

If you get a chance to hold a pair of Sidi Adventures in your very own paws, you will, like me, be smiling from ear to ear by their physical presence. They’re even light on my feet, something that again seems to defy physics.

Over the last three years of owning my old Sidi Adventures, I was surprised and relieved to discover the boots have never produced a single hotspot or blister. I have also dropped my motorcycle in the sand with a hard pannier landing right on my foot. I felt nothing. I was even bitten on the left boot twice by the same dog, not feeling a single tooth. I also walked in them each day more than I would have anticipated with surprisingly good comfort. There’s no doubt, these are not bunny slippers. They are vaults for your feet and that level of protection is noticeable but, should you require supreme armour for your lower appendages, I would definitely recommend giving them a try. (Posted on 23/12/2015)
Dry feet, happy feet! Review by Captain Slow
Dry feet, happy feet!" by , written on 23 December 2015
Regardless of my spirited riding approach when the terrain dictates, I am still an adventure traveller, so this means walking around dusty streets in Bolivia or exploring the landscapes on foot in Peru. A motocross boot will just not work for my years-long trip across the Americas. I wanted maximum protection, but still allow for walking a few miles and for a broad range of temperatures and conditions. All the research resulted in selecting the Sidi Adventure boots, a heavily armoured adventure boot that includes a hinged ankle for walking short distances.

On first glance, the boot looks motocross ready, with a massive shin plate, rigid armoured heel and reinforced toe box. Additional strike plates abound, including one for the inside and outside of the ankle, foot bridge and arch. Even with all this protection, the Sidi Adventure is pretty comfortable. Behind the armour and hinges, there is a leather upper and a full-length rubber sole. The calf and ankle latches all have a massive adjustability range and within a few minutes was tuned to my shape.

The boot also boasts a slim, cool non-bootie design. Even at over 100 degrees and riding hard off road through Huascaran National Park in Ancash, Peru, the boots were comfortable. I will say that quality, knee-high socks are a critical component of the comfort, but these boots are not ovens. I also spent weeks riding in Mexico’s summer; the boots took the heat and fine dust well there too.

On the other extreme, I rode my motorcycle out of snow from both Ushuaia and Caviahue in Argentina and never experienced my feet turning into blocks of ice. Perhaps best of all, the boots are 100 per cent Gore-Tex waterproof, with a breathable membrane that is 'Guaranteed to Keep You Dry' without making your feet overheat in hot weather. I have tested the boots countless times through water crossings up to my shins and come out of the other side smiling smugly—dry feet are always happy feet.

Overall, I could not be more pleased with the Sidi Adventure boots over the last 30,000 miles and 17 countries in climates spanning from -10 degrees Celsius to plus 40, and plan to use them for the remainder of my trip from the southern States to Alaska. They broke-in easily and have never given a hot spot or blister, even with the odd short hike around various national parks through Latin America and the U.S.

However, due to a lack of body fat of me, I am looking forward to upgrading to knee-high KLiM Mammoth socks, in order to keep my feet that little bit more toasty come the cooler climes. I wondered at the start of our journey if all this expensive protective gear seemed like overkill, until it saves your life or limb. I have had a number of slow speed crashes where my foot has been trapped beneath my motorcycle, all 200 kilograms of her laden with luggage. Buy the best and cry at the point of purchase, not in a heap on the side of the trail…
Overall rating
5 out of 5
Regardless of my spirited riding approach when the terrain dictates, I am still an adventure traveller, so this means walking around dusty streets in Bolivia or exploring the landscapes on foot in Peru. A motocross boot will just not work for my years-long trip across the Americas. I wanted maximum protection, but still allow for walking a few miles and for a broad range of temperatures and conditions. All the research resulted in selecting the Sidi Adventure boots, a heavily armoured adventure boot that includes a hinged ankle for walking short distances.

On first glance, the boot looks motocross ready, with a massive shin plate, rigid armoured heel and reinforced toe box. Additional strike plates abound, including one for the inside and outside of the ankle, foot bridge and arch. Even with all this protection, the Sidi Adventure is pretty comfortable. Behind the armour and hinges, there is a leather upper and a full-length rubber sole. The calf and ankle latches all have a massive adjustability range and within a few minutes was tuned to my shape.

The boot also boasts a slim, cool non-bootie design. Even at over 100 degrees and riding hard off road through Huascaran National Park in Ancash, Peru, the boots were comfortable. I will say that quality, knee-high socks are a critical component of the comfort, but these boots are not ovens. I also spent weeks riding in Mexico’s summer; the boots took the heat and fine dust well there too.

On the other extreme, I rode my motorcycle out of snow from both Ushuaia and Caviahue in Argentina and never experienced my feet turning into blocks of ice. Perhaps best of all, the boots are 100 per cent Gore-Tex waterproof, with a breathable membrane that is 'Guaranteed to Keep You Dry' without making your feet overheat in hot weather. I have tested the boots countless times through water crossings up to my shins and come out of the other side smiling smugly—dry feet are always happy feet.

Overall, I could not be more pleased with the Sidi Adventure boots over the last 30,000 miles and 17 countries in climates spanning from -10 degrees Celsius to plus 40, and plan to use them for the remainder of my trip from the southern States to Alaska. They broke-in easily and have never given a hot spot or blister, even with the odd short hike around various national parks through Latin America and the U.S.

However, due to a lack of body fat of me, I am looking forward to upgrading to knee-high KLiM Mammoth socks, in order to keep my feet that little bit more toasty come the cooler climes. I wondered at the start of our journey if all this expensive protective gear seemed like overkill, until it saves your life or limb. I have had a number of slow speed crashes where my foot has been trapped beneath my motorcycle, all 200 kilograms of her laden with luggage. Buy the best and cry at the point of purchase, not in a heap on the side of the trail… (Posted on 23/12/2015)
Very pleased. Lived up to expectations. Review by Nova Scotia
Very pleased. Lived up to expectations." by , written on 5 November 2015
I have only had limited opportunity to wear these boots so far, they were purchased in anticipation of doing the Trans Labrador Highway next year and the Dempster Highway the following year. Having said that, with the limited experience I have to this point I am very pleased with the product. As the previous reviewed mentioned they are stiff at the outset but that is of no consequence.

The true test of my opinion, went on to buy a pair for my son and for my son-in-law, we are doing those trips together.
Overall rating
5 out of 5
I have only had limited opportunity to wear these boots so far, they were purchased in anticipation of doing the Trans Labrador Highway next year and the Dempster Highway the following year. Having said that, with the limited experience I have to this point I am very pleased with the product. As the previous reviewed mentioned they are stiff at the outset but that is of no consequence.

The true test of my opinion, went on to buy a pair for my son and for my son-in-law, we are doing those trips together. (Posted on 05/11/2015)
Great Boot Review by Night_Wolf
Great Boot" by , written on 26 October 2012
This boot is the first "true" motorcycle boot that I have owned. For years I typically rode in an 8" tall Gore Tex boot that "did the job" after years of riding with wet feet. Being in a better financial position I finally broke down & ordered a proper boot.

If a boot doesn't say Gore Tex they are NOT waterproof (I'll typically walk in a stream to test for waterproofness before getting out on the road) and I want dry feet, especially on a road trip. On warm days (temps over 25c) your feet can get toasty when walking, but nothing that will get me out of these boots as when moving at speed they are fine.

The soles offer excellent grip on the pegs of my 07 DL650, giving me more confidence when standing on the pegs. Far better support than any other boot I have used since I started riding 12 yrs ago.

The boots were a little stiff & caused some discomfort on my shins, the first couple of times that I wore them. Once broken in, they have performed flawlessly. My lady laughs at the "squeek" I get when walking, but in my opinion that is minor considering the protection these boots will offer over what I used to wear.

Are these the "best" boots available? I can't say that, but I can say they are the best boots I have used in 160K or riding
Overall rating
5 out of 5
This boot is the first "true" motorcycle boot that I have owned. For years I typically rode in an 8" tall Gore Tex boot that "did the job" after years of riding with wet feet. Being in a better financial position I finally broke down & ordered a proper boot.

If a boot doesn't say Gore Tex they are NOT waterproof (I'll typically walk in a stream to test for waterproofness before getting out on the road) and I want dry feet, especially on a road trip. On warm days (temps over 25c) your feet can get toasty when walking, but nothing that will get me out of these boots as when moving at speed they are fine.

The soles offer excellent grip on the pegs of my 07 DL650, giving me more confidence when standing on the pegs. Far better support than any other boot I have used since I started riding 12 yrs ago.

The boots were a little stiff & caused some discomfort on my shins, the first couple of times that I wore them. Once broken in, they have performed flawlessly. My lady laughs at the "squeek" I get when walking, but in my opinion that is minor considering the protection these boots will offer over what I used to wear.

Are these the "best" boots available? I can't say that, but I can say they are the best boots I have used in 160K or riding (Posted on 26/10/2012)

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