Richa Monza Waterproof Boots - Black
Mid-length waterproof leather touring boots with rear reflective detail and treaded soleView full details
Customer Reviews for Richa Monza Waterproof Boots - Black
A Little Odd At First
Having not worn this type of boot before it took some getting used to, i found there to be a lack of feel when shifting gears but they need to be broken in i guess, waterproofing works a treat and for the price they are suprisingly good quality, i did find they tended to slip off the pegs or rear break when wet but give it a week or two and i am sure they will turn out to be worth it.Read more
I would like to give this product a 5* these boots are waterproof. I would highly recommend you to go for 1 to 2 sizes up than your normal shoes. Also it takes like a day or two to get use to them if you have not worn these types of boots before.Read more
Cheap and comfortable!
Currently training for licence so needed some decent and comfortable boots that also keep my feet warm! Have to say these are spot on! Tough to get on at first but after wearing them a couple times it's easy!Read more
25 miles in heavy rain and through some flooded parts of the road stayed dry warm. Comfy boot.Read more
Do the job
Only been using them for a week but can say that they are really well made. Only issue I had so far was with the zipper which was a bit stiff at first but once I worked it in it got smoother. No cold feet or leaks yet.Read more
Value For Money TIGHT Boot
These VFM boots arrived on time and looked the biz. Had an issue from the start with getting the blooming boots on ! There was no give in them and it took over 15 mins to finally get them on leaving this old boy hot and bothered. Still persistence paid off and after 3 rides outs they are stating to become more suppleRead more
Decent Boot, but...
I read these reviews carefully as my main criteria was that I didn't arrive at work with wet feet! unfortunately, after yesterdays commute (heavy rain) my socks were wet... not soaking as with my previous boots but wet nonetheless!! So, in my opinion, these are NOT waterproof. I'm looking at one review now that says 'fully waterproof' so they are either telling porky's, not been out in 'proper' rain or I got a duff pair! On the plus side, they are very comfortable (I bought a size above my normal) and very warm.Read more
Well worth the money
Sturdy fully waterproof boot. Feet always warm. Windproof with good amount of protection.Read more
I very rarely engage in reviews, but I confess to have carried a few in the past for a professional review body (secret shopper). This review is written entirely under my own steam. I wanted to buy a pair of boots that I could use on a general basis and I was fascinated by the idea of a pair of boots that were, effectively, as cheap as chips. I would not risk buying these boots from any other outlet other than Sportsbikeshop because I was safe in the knowledge that the product would meet the standards expected, and if I did not like the thing for any reason I could send it back. I read a number of boot reviews and many seem to indicate that with many boots you need to size-up to be sure of a good fit. I am a size 46 but I was worried that the 47 would look too big on feet that are already big! For this reason I ordered a pair in each size. The boots arrived and I checked them over. The leather was thick but supple with good ankle, toe, and shin protection. The only area of light concern was that some of the stitching along the seams was borderline but I think this was more about appearance as they looked sturdy. I tried each pair and noticed that the 46 fitted perfectly but were tight around the ankle. I then tried the 47s, they went on easier but were clearly bigger in the toe area. I eventually opted for the 46s. I started to wear them round the house, much to the merriment of my wife. They were very comfortable, rather like carpet slippers. The next day I went out on the Tiger Ex to try them out. They are little lower than the regular boot s but to be fair they are sold as a shorter boot. I find the gear lever on the Tiger to be a very good test of the toe shift area on a boot. These passed the test well. The only area that might cause a rider concern is in wet weather, where your waterproofs may ride up and the rain and spray come in over the top. I have not tested this so I can't really comment on this point. I noticed that the sole is very grippy, unlike a lot of very hard soled boots that can be treacherous when you put your feet down in the rain at the lights. Talking of rain, I have not been out on the bike with them in wet conditions, so I cannot comment of the waterproof element. To be fair I bought them for dry riding and use my Alpinestars for rainy days. Overall I have covered about 300 miles in these boots and I have found them to be very good for most situations. Would I buy them again knowing what I know now?... I certainly would, a great value item.Read more
First time boot!
New to biking so have been researching boots / kit for some time this may be of help for anyone in similar position! Usually a uk 8.5 bought a 9 plenty of room for thicker socks, touch large with thin socks but not uncomfortable. Have broadish feet but fit fine. Perhaps a bit tight getting off but apparently same for may new boot. Plenty of room at the top, light to wear, waterproof so far. Generally happy with 1st bike boot, look perfectly fine (prefer subtle myself) fit under trousers fine. Could of gotten away with the 8 but happy to have thicker sock option.Read more
Richa Monza Waterproof Boots - Black
- Leather and textile mixed construction
- Waterproof breathable Guanatex membrane
- Full-length zip opening for easy access
- Ribbed instep and gear change panel
- Hook and loop top strap for optimal fit
- Treaded rubber sole for added grip
Mid length waterproof leather boot with textile padded shin panel, full length zip opening, ribbed instep and gear change panel.
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Questions and Answers
Do these come up small or large I tend I'm an 8.5 in a trainer she should I go to a 9? Can I change size if I feel I need a bigger size?January 23, 2018
As they tend to come up a little on the small side we would suggest ordering size 43 (UK 9). Should you need to return them all that we ask is that the boots are in their original condition with all tags and labels still attached.
What is the width of these boots at the top. I am struggling to get boots big enough to fasten all the way up.October 11, 2013
The internal circumference at the top of the shin/calf area measures approximately 15.5 . This can be adjusted to a degree with the large Velcro tab.
How tall are these boots, from floor to highest point?January 13, 2012
The Richa Monza boots are approximately 10” in height from floor to top edge of upper.
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