Sidi Fusion Air Boots

Posted on: June 9th, 2014 by Road Rider MCA No Comments


For Sidi quality, fit, and protection, the Sidi Fusion Air boots are a bargain at just over two-hundred dollars. You’re feet will be protected and cool in a pair of lightweight Fusion Airs this summer, and they’ll stay dry on the hottest summer rides.

The Fusion is made of Lorica, the same micro-fiber material used in all Sidi race boots. Lorica is perfect for motorcycle boots because it is naturally soft and breathable like leather, but lighter weight, more durable, and resistant to water. The perforated Lorica outer of the Fusion is lined inside with a mesh-like, anti-microbial Teflon material that wicks moisture away. The result is a very light, highly ventilated and breathable boot.

The Fusion boots also use the same dual compound sole and composite inner sole as Sidi’s more technical boots, like the ST or the Mag-1. The sole system provides pro-level protection against side-to-side compression. Polyurethane shin, heel, rear calf, and achilles protectors, as well as built-in ankle sliders, provide a high level of protection against impact and abrasion.

Sidi’s Fusion boots are available at Road Rider in the non-perforated standard version and the fully-perforate “Air” version.

Sidi Fusion Air Boots

  • Perforated Lorica outer construction is lightweight, abrasion resistant, and durable
  • Perforated Teflon-treated nylon lining for moisture management
  • Dual compound sole and composite inner sole prevents side-to-side crushing
  • Replaceable nylon toe slider
  • Nylon shin deflector plate
  • Fully encapsulated heel cup
  • Temperature-resistant DuPont® polymer toe shift pad for consistent feel for life
  • Elastic panel adjacent to the entry zipper allows a bind free zip and improved fit
  • Removable arch support
  • Double stitched in all high stress areas
  • Zipper and Velcro® closure system

Options

  • Available in European sizes 37-50 (approximate US sizes 4.5-14.5)
  • Non-perforated Sidi Fusion also available at Road Rider


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