Having worn Chippewa Firefighter Boots (station boot style) for six years now, these boots remain my number one choice of boots to wear when I ride my Harley.
As I was explaining to two staff at my local Harley dealer the other day, these boots:
- are extremely comfortable
- don’t get hot, even though they are fully lined with leather
- get my ankle into a neutral (L- or 90-degree) position, so I am not as likely to aggravate my plantar fasciitis in my left foot
- are rugged as a rock
- are very easy to put on — once laced properly, all you have to do is pull them on, zip them up, and you’re done
- are equally as easy to remove
- are very comfortable to walk in after arriving via motorcycle at a destination
- have a Vibram 100 lug sole — like snow tires for the feet
- are made in the USA from quality materials with superb craftsmanship
- have a cushion collar at the ankle, and steel toes. Great features for a sturdy motorcycle boot
- look terrific. I have gotten many, many compliments on the boots from both men and women
- are affordable.
Of all the boots I own and wear, these boots by far outrank others for their comfort, durability, style, and features.
Life is short: wear boots when you ride a motorcycle, such as high-quality, good-looking Chippewa Firefighter Boots.