By definition, motorcycle boots are particular footwear closely associated with motorcycle riders and range from above ankle to below knee boots. These boots, hence women’s motorcycle boots, are generally made from a thick heavy leather to improve motorcycle safety, and may include energy absorbing and load spreading padding, metal, plastic and/or composite materials to guard the motorcycle rider’s feet, ankles, and legs in unfortunate accident, for example.
The main objective of women’s motorcycle boots are for protection, and followed by comfort quality. Therefore you need to consider the following safety aspects before buying your motorbike boots.
Majority of motorcycle boots, women’s motorcycle boots, do not have laces since they have high possibility to be caught on many different parts of the motorcycle. If these boots have laces, they typically are protected by a type of velcro cover that keeps the laces from becoming caught.
Most of motorcycle boots requires stiff soles due to some considerations. When riding, the feet are usually kept in one position, on the footpeg in which will be uncomfortable with soft sole when placed in one position for long periods. Moreover, the foot continuously gets vibrated on the footpeg, and if the footwear is not adequately sturdy this can also cause discomfort.
Depending on how form-fitting the boot is, it should allow a rider to easily get the boot on or off, accordingly the shaft may be designed to open lengthwise.
Protection of the foot
The foot needs protection from severe impacts, and regular touring women’s motorcycle boots should protect the toes, ankles and shins, at a minimum. Racing boots demands much more safeguard and are sometimes called as “braces for the foot.”
Wet weather boots have a special sole that prevents slipping made from waterproof gore-tex fabric. Women’s motorcycle boots for hot weather usually have venting and perforated panels to keep the feet cool while riding.