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The most racy racing boot of all racing boots. The Dainese Axial series has been a revolution since day one, changing the way we think about racing boots. Main feature: the Axial is meant to go in the pants rather than over. As a result, the boots are less bulky and very lightweight, increasing wearing comfort and performance.
The Dainese Axial D1 is the successor to the Axial Pro In. Don't be fooled by the new name though; they are basically the same, which is a good thing! Its construction of D-Stone fabric and split cowhide leather is very lightweight and extremely durable. Thanks to the D-stone fabric and leather accordion panel, you get an insane amount of freedom of movement with these boots. The carbon and aramid fiber D-Axial system allows forward rotation and prevents torsion to minimize the chance of getting injured. Replaceable magnesium toe sliders and a magnesium slider on the heel ensure great resistance to abrasion, should you find yourself sliding along the tarmac, rather than riding on it.
But the Dainese Axial D1 boots are not just about performance. Their power lies in the ability to combine it with comfort as well. They are very easy to take on and off thanks to the zipper closure at the back and the elasticated inserts. The inner booty has a speed lacing system that can be adjusted of a wide range of sizes for a perfect fit. The double jersey airgap liner promotes breathability and if you get the Axial D1 Air version, the upper is perforated to provide great airflow. Perfect for those sunny days or for having some serious fun at the track!
Each brand has its own distinctive fit, which can vary in width and shape. Below is a small overview of the more popular brands and their general fit:
Not always. The idea that you should always choose a size larger for motorcycle boots is somewhat of a fable. It is actually important to look carefully at the size chart of the particular brand. Although there are some exceptions, the general rule is that you should be guided by the brand's size chart.
However, it is important to note that the Sidi brand generally runs smaller. So if you choose Sidi motorcycle boots, it may be wise to go one size larger than your normal shoe size.
If you fall between two sizes according to the size chart, we recommend choosing the larger size. It is better to have a little more room than to wear boots that are too tight, as tight boots can cause discomfort while riding.
There are roughly three main types of motorcycle boots: ventilated boots, non-ventilated/non-waterproof boots and waterproof boots. Each type of boot has its own specific characteristics and is suitable for different conditions.
On our website, most boots and shoes are listed in European sizes. However, there are some exceptions, such as Alpinestars sneakers/shoes and motocross boots, which are sold in American sizes.
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