Don’t you just hate it when you try on a pair of boots and you can’t get the top of the boot over your calf? It’s like manufacturers made boots to fit someone with legs as straight as a toothpick. Well, you don’t have to worry about that anymore. You can choose whichever style of boot you prefer — and in the color you like — and have the ladies motorcycle boots fit over your calf and on your foot properly.
What Kind of Boots Can I Get That Will Fit? You can find Icon and Alpinestars pull-on boots, side zipper boots and lace-up boots that will fit properly. You’ll even find boots with high heels, though it is not recommended that you drive a motorcycle with high heels. Riding, yes. Driving — that could be dangerous. The heel could get caught if you have to put your feet down fast.
How Should a Boot Feel If It Fits Properly? When you pull the boot on your foot, you should have a little resistance, but not too much. The resistance is good because you don’t want the boot coming off your foot if you get into an accident or if you have to move your feet quickly. When you stand up in the womens motorcycle boots, your toes should not touch the toe of the boot, but should be about a quarter to half inch away from the toe of the boot. Your heel should fit comfortably and should not slosh in the boot as you walk. Finally, good ladies motorcycle boots hug the calves, yet are not tight. You should be able to get a finger between the boot and your calf.