Product Review: Sidi’s Vertigo Lei Boots

July 19, 2011  |  Fashion, Features, Reviews, Tech Savvy


In a market full of men’s professional riding gear, SIDI makes women riders a priority. Expanding their already popular Vertigo line, the Vertigo Lei boot uses a woman’s foot mold, ensuring a proper fit and safety features all in the right places, when we need them. The adjustable cafe is a great feature for women of all sizes, ensuring a proper fit and the ability to comfortably tuck your jeans or leathers. The anti-shock heel cup protects your heel by absorbing the hit and dispursing the abrasion of impact. The closable air vents allow you to adjust the air flow, keeping your feet cool. The Vertigo Lei also features replaceable toe sliders and hardware, making it easy to replace damaged pieces for long term use. Add a great patent leather design with hot pink flourishes and the Vertigo Lei makes a nice fashion statement. These boots are lightweight, adjustable and make a good choice for protection during track and canyon riding. Available for $300 at revzilla.com. Thanks to Sidi and MotoNation.com for providing these for us to test for our readers.



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