|Item Weight||16 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||0328-1|
O'Neal Racing RDX Men's Off-Road Motorcycle Boots - Black / Size 7
|Price:||$359.99 & FREE Shipping|
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Aluminum body "Vice Ratchet Strap" ensures the perfect, secure fit around the ankle. "Full Tilt RDX Pivot System" allows maximum forward and rear motion. Adjustable shin plate accommodates larger calf sizes in 3 settings for a custom fit. "Army Rubber" bonded sole with heavy-duty adhesive and a hidden reinforced lock stitch. 3 Aluminum Alloy double pin and "Lock Snap" buckles. Vertical height adjustment allows a custom fit for taller riders. 3 piece super grip heat resistant rubber plates, for constant contact with the bike. Wrap around gel and latex foam interior ankle support. Extended length steel shank. Slim toe box height for the perfect shift. Dual compound rubber/plastic for extra flex at the bottom of the shin plate. Replacement ratchet, straps, buckles, rubber sole, foot bed insert boot upper body and service kit are available.
Top Customer Reviews
The rubber lip at the top of the boots also rubs through my pants and leaves big red marks on my legs for a day or so.
The other issue is the buckles. The big buckle on both boots, 2nd buckle from the bottom, gets stuck all the time and doesn't ratchet down like it's supposed to. It also doesn't want to release when you pull up on the lever. Mine started doing this after about the third ride. I think if they get any dirt in that buckle the mechanism fails. My friend had this issue from day 1 though.
The other type buckles also break easily. I've also had to replace 2 of them so far. The kit is like 40$ if you have to pay for it and comes with enough buckles for a boot. Thankfully mine came missing a buckle, so the manufacturer sent me a kit for free.
I also had the screw that holds then hinge on the side of the boot come out. Luckily, there was a spare in the kit i had.
Honestly, I'm sick of these boots and wanted a refund. I was 10 days outside of the return window though. I'm just gonna tape my ankles for until I run out of spare parts. And then I'll cut my losses and get a different brand of boot.
Don't waste your money on these. You would be better off buying a better quality boot with less features, like a Sidi or Gaerne, than to buy these.