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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 12-17-2007, 11:58 AM Thread Starter
 
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Sidi Sizing Question

Are Sidi's true to size? I have a pair of Setup Vision boots size 12 (47), so I was going to order size 47 Sidi Corsa Air's. Anyone with Sidi's can you tell me if they are correct to size, or do they run small or big?

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I believe they are pretty true. Maybe just a hint big.

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my sidi roadrace boots are true to size, but a tad narrow. my sidi mx boots are true to size but a tad wider in the foot and fit me awesome. I love sidi boots.

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sidi boots rock. pretty true to size. i normally wear a 13 gym shoe, and a 12 or 12.5 boot cause i got narrow girl feet. i picked up some size 12 sidi's and they are PERFECT. like cook said they are a touch narrow, which fits me exactly. i love them, wish i could wear them all the time.

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Perfect thanks guys. Can't wait to get them.
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Not true to size but close they run alittle big. I wear a 12 and had to get a 12.5 was a tad big

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I'm a size 12 double wide dress shoe, size 13 gym shoes and my Sidi Scorpions size 47 fit perfectly.

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You can try them on at Superbike Italia or Chicago Cycle Center to make sure. Personally I'd just get the Corsa's. I don't think it gets hot enough around here for Corsa Air's. Besides you wear full gear anyway, your feet aren't going to feel any hotter and my Corsa's are good down to the 20's with a pair of polypro socks and a thicker sock over.
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Get the Corsa Airs. The only time you might not want them would be in the rain. My feet sweat in my Vertabra's. That cool air coming in your boot on hot days, would flow right into your leathers I would imagine.

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I got the corsa airs, and the posted size, is the size..
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post #11 of 11 (permalink) Old 12-18-2007, 12:13 PM Thread Starter
 
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Thanks guys for the info on the Corsa Air's I'm going to go that route as when it's hot I will love them and if for some reason I'm riding with them in the cold then I'll have an excuse to buy another pair.
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