The Sidi Crossfire SRS Boots have been a very popular design for Sidi, and for a good reason. This off-road boot offers plenty of features that riders are looking for. The Sidi Crossfire boots have been constructed with quality materials such as Lorica and Cambrelle, to make them durable and make them last. Lorica has been used on the outer of the boot. It is a composite micro fiber material created from strands less than one thousandth the thickness of silk. When injected with special resins, these fibers act like natural leather skin, but have better strength, softer texture, lighter weight and better moisture protection. Cambrelle is a lining that guarantees a quick drying rate after the boot gets wet or sweaty. This prevents the onset of mold forming which lengthens the boot’s lifespan dramatically. The Teflon treated mesh panels in the rear calf area of the boot allow humidity to escape while the boot is in use.
In Crossfire SRS, the SRS stands for “sole replacement” system. The Crossfire SRS has the markets only fully replaceable sole via a standard screw driver and the SR quarter turn screws. This system helps to better distribute loads from the foot peg fully across the entire sole. The SR sole has a stiffer feel than the TA sole, or other sewn-on soles. The Crossfire SRS boots have a “dual flex system”. This allows easy movement forward and backward, but is extremely strong side to side. This provides the rider with the best ankle protection, and long lasting comfort. The hinged, dual position, stitch-free upper is constructed from injection-molded plastic. The “adjustable calf system” changes the diameter of the boot at the calf, to accommodate riders with larger legs. The inner plastic plate in this system is made of two different materials; a rigid one to support the boot and a heat resistant one to protect the rider’s leg from exhaust heat. All components of this system are replaceable and available in a wide variety of colors. On the heel of the Crossfire SRS boots there are three extended ribs that help the rider make upshifts their heel when starting a race. The heel is rigid, shock resistant, and anatomically shaped for maximum protection. Many other boots have an inner “bootie” incorporated into their design, but these Sidi Boots do not have an inner bootie. Booties tend to make the design larger and cumbersome. They also add to the boot’s thickness, which interferes with shifting. The buckle system on the crossfire boots are Sidi’s exclusive cam-lock buckle system. The cam-lock buckle system uses a strap memory retention system; you only have to adjust the straps once and they will stay in place for every ride. The toe box is narrow, allowing the rider to easily get underneath the shifter.
The toe area is also covered with plastic to protect the base material and seams against potential abrasion. Like other Sidi boots, The Crossfire SRS is equipped with an anti-heat undressed leather protection panel at the same height of most motorcycle’s exhaust heat shields. Unlike many riding boots, Sidi does not use steel shanks in its insole. A steel shank can deteriorate, rust, and fracture subjecting the rider to potential injury. As you can see, the Crossfire SRS boots have plenty of amazing features that make it one of the best off-road boots on the market. Be sure to take a look at the all new Sidi Crossfire SRS Hi-Viz, also check out the Sidi Crossfire SRS Boots, Sidi Motorcycle Boots, and other off-road boot options on our website: CompetitionAccessories.com!