Harley Boots

Harley's durable motorcycle boots

As I entered my second year riding Harley-Davidsons, I decided it was time to get a pair of H-D boots that I could wear while riding to work, hitting the clubs, or performing at my latest gig. (I sing and play guitar with a band.) A look through H-D’s footwear catalog gave me lots of options, but I finally picked the Dipstick (#D91610/$112). I chose this one because it has the versatility I need for my daily routine.

I kicked it pretty hard with the Dipsticks from the first day, and I can honestly say they’ve held up well. The Dipsticks have full-grain leather uppers and full-length, cushion-sock linings. The collar is padded, and there’s a breathable lining, both of which add to the boot’s comfort. The rings for the laces are even stainless steel so they won’t rust up. Plus, the protective Harley-Davidson emblem helps to keep your laces in line while keeping your foot where it should be while shifting. Other features include a Goodyear welt construction and an oil-, slip-, and abrasion-resistant rubber outsole. (Falling on my bike or my butt is not cool.) Available in black and brown, with or without a steel toe, the Dipsticks have held up to whatever I’ve put them through.

That is, except for rain. Though they won’t rust or slip in the wet, these boots are not waterproof! AIM
–John Smolinski

SOURCE
Your local H-D dealer
866/699-7379
www.StepIntoALegend.com

Comments

  1. Are these made in the USA. So much of the Harley Davidson gear is made in foreign countries I will not buy it. If the bikes are American made why can’t their clothing and gear be also.Buy made in the USA or don’t buy.

  2. Todd Comstock says:

    I am on my second pair of the Dipstick (#D91610/$112) HD Boots. I wear them everyday and have zero complaints. We rode to Sturgis last year, 3500 miles and my feet felt great the whole trip.

    I recommend them highly. If you know of any specials on these boots please contact me as I would buy two more pairs today. TC

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