Harley Davidson Boot
by Amy Finley
What to Consider When You Buy Your Harley Davidson Boot
There’s no question as to why most bikers prefer the Harley Davidson boot. The Harley Davidson company is a trusted American name – why would you go for anything less?
Most bikers realize the importance of finding the right Harley Davidson boot, and there are many reasons why. Here’s a quick run down of what to consider for before you buy.
Harley Davidson Boot -- Protection and Durability
Whatever style of Harley Davidson Boot you buy, one of the most important things you need is a boot that provides a high level of protection. The boot’s exterior should be able to protect your feet and not slip off in the case of a crash, and be durable enough to protect your feet against the weather and spinning gravel. The Harley Davidson boot sole should be thick to absorb shock, have good traction, and have sufficient heel to ensure good peg grip while you’re riding.
Importance of Comfort
Durability and protection doesn’t have to mean sacrificing comfort when it comes to the Harley Davidson boot. You might want to check out styles that have some flex around the ankle area for added comfort. When choosing a Harley Davidson boot, you might also want to check for styles that offer the ComfoTemp®lining to keep moisture off your feet and protect your feet from heat and cold. Your Harley Davidson boot should be supportive, but not restrictive.
Harley Davidson Boot Styles
In addition to the benefits of protection, durability, and comfort in a Harley Davidson boot, you can also find many different styles to suit your personal preference, from classic Western styles to contemporary combat boots. Great looking styles like the Men’s Harley Davidson Megamoto boots and the women’s Harley Davidson Dazzleback boots are easily available.
Length is also a consideration when purchasing a Harley Davidson Boot. Many riders prefer taller boot styles like the new Rain Gaiter II, but there are many durable shorter styles as well, especially for women, like the Brooklyn Zip.
You can also find great styles for kids, like the Harley Davidson Kids Badlands. The black exterior and bright contrasting accents are a cool style for any kid, but have the signature quality and durability of the Harley Davidson Boot.
When you purchase a Harley Davidson boot, price varies. They range from about $50 to $160 or more, depending on the type of boot and retailer. It’s easier than ever to shop for your Harley Davidson boot needs with the explosion of online retail boot stores on the Internet – so don’t necessarily buy the first Harley Davidson boot you like. You might find a Harley boot clearance if you check a couple of different places and get the boot you want at a lower price. Many places offer free shipping and handling on Harley Davidson boots, too, so you may want to consider that as you shop around.
Whatever Harley Davidson boot you choose, you’ll be riding in style and comfort!
In addition to being a freelance journalist with PULSEMEDIA International, Amy Finley is a creative writer and a graduate student of English at Cleveland State University. She lives in Rome, Ohio with her husband and three young children.