Harley-Davidson® Women’s Footwear Essentials for Fashion and Biking – or Both
Made with style and performance in-mind, Harley-Davidson® Footwear combines classic designs with distinctive Harley® detailing that is sure to satisfy your inner rebel, whether you riding or line dancing. The Harley® collection has a variety of boots with features that include water resistance, cement and Goodyear® Welt construction with oil, abrasion, and slip-resistant outsoles – all of this with a variety of heel and shaft heights. With technology built in you are sure to feel the difference when motorcycling with features such as 3M™ Thinsulate™, Cordura®, Poron®, TecTuff®, Hydro-Guard®, shock absorbing footbeds, tough outsoles, and full-grain leather uppers. Will Harley® motorcycle boots be fashionable for the rest of my wardrobe other than motorcycling jeans? You bet. A boot that is made for and is suitable for motorcycling can also be fashionable off the bike. They can be worn with dresses, skirts, leggings, as well as jeans. With a hemline above or below the knee, there is a boot style that works best. If the outing doesn’t involve your motorcycle, we also have a variety of fashion-forward boot styles for strictly off-the-bike wear. Look for designs that include stacked and chunk heels, wedges, ankle booties, sandals, flip-flops, sneakers, and Trixi Clogs. And, don’t forget the socks. Our Coolmax performance socks wick away moisture to keep your feet dry. Remember this: Boots suitable for motorcycle riding can be fashionable off the bike – they can be worn either way; boots made strictly for fashion, such a booties and sandals, should not be worn on the bike – they don’t go both ways. In summary, not every boot selection is suitable for riding on a motorcycle. It is a must that the ankle be covered and that it stays secure and tight. Generally speaking, shaft heights less than 5-inches are not suitable for motorcycling riding. Whether it’s riding or a night on the town, Harley® Footwear has an answer for you. Shop WisconsinHarley.com.