|Item Weight||6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||19.4 x 13 x 5 inches|
|Item model number||0321-705|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Manufacturer Part Number||0321-705|
|Vehicle Service Type||off-road-motorcycles|
O'neal Element Women's Motocross Boots - Pink 5
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ONeal Racing Womens Element Boots - 2015 With a relentless desire to improve and give back to the riding community, ONeal is proud to give you the new Womens Element boot. Combining high end features like a bonded sole, four buckle closure system and genuine leather, the Element delivers premium protection and riding control at an affordable price that the competition cant touch. Features Bonded sole
Fully adjustable four buckle closure system
Tough sole with metal shank
Injection molded plastic shin plate and protection
Generous heel support and padding for added comfort
Built in heat shield
Customize your boot with blue, green or pink straps that can be ordered separately
Replacement straps and buckles are available
Boots come with black straps, multi view shows optional straps available separately
Top Customer Reviews
These boots fit well, with the exception of what follows. The toe box seems a little bigger than my previous Fly boots, so that my previous muscle memory of sticking my toe under the shift lever has to be retrained to dig a little deeper so that it fits. Not necessarily an issue, just have to relearn, and it's not quite as easy to shift as before. Also, my previous knee pads fit well under the top half of the Fly boots; these seem a little more constricting; they were fine while riding all day, but when I took them off, the knee pad fabric had indented one leg quite a bit, making it slightly uncomfortable for a while. I'll have to try adjusting the knee pad, or possibly getting one that does without the shin guard to allow for the tighter-fitting boot. However, for the amount of riding I do, these boots should be fine. I do like the seam-welded sole; my previous boots had the sole come loose a couple of times, and it looks like that won't be a factor for these boots, part of the reason I picked them, the other being the good price. Again, for the price and the amount of riding I do (infrequent), these boots will be a good value.
Quality of Materials:
* Materials all appear to be good, no issues with the one long day I've been able to use them so far.
Quality of Fabrication:
* Everything is put together well; I like the one piece sole as I mentioned above.
Ease of Installation:
* Just follow directions. Contrary to what people might think, it really doesn't matter which boot you put on first.
Suitability for Purpose:
* Worked great, protected my feet. I especially like the sole, the tread seems to be more suited for off-bike walking than the smooth-soled tread of my previous ones. Had some stream-crossing and rain issues, my feet stayed dry. Don't know that these are specifically marketed as waterproof, and they may not survive a full submersion, but the water I encountered stayed on the outside.
* As usual, Prime delivers fast and delivers well. Package was brand new.
Update: After having these for a couple of months, I still give them 5 stars for value, function, and comfort. Very comfortable. I ride with these EVERY time I ride and love them. Just be careful with the buckles when buckling and I think they are a good value in a boot. Much better than the old Elements I had 10+ years ago.
Another update: I bought these April 2, it is now August 1 and I have ridden with these several times. They are still the most comfortable boot I have used and I like them a lot. However, I changed bikes from a 450 back to a two stroke 125 and somehow, either the kickstarter or the foot peg chewed a hole all the way through the bottom of the right boot. There is no other wear on the sole. I now feel like the soles should be made out of a harder rubber or with steel shanks in the midsole. I am dissappointed with this as I really liked this boot.
Great boot, protects well. Yeah they start out stiff, but after a couple rides they loosen up.
Also I noticed someone said these were waterproof, they definitely aren't but I never thought they were. I rode through a thunderstorm and poured about a quart of water out of them.