Sidi X-Power SC Boots

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New, lighter bonded sole version of the X-Power! The X-Power was our favorite boot in the Sidi line, as its more modern and clever design adds support in some key zones. This new version removes some weight, and is possibly....our new favorite boot in the Sidi line. Review coming soon.

  • The Flex System facilitates the flexing of the boot and the four floating closures allow a personalized fit for each rider regardless of physical build or whether or not they use knee pads
  • Longer adjustment straps represent an advance in terms of comfort
  • The inside of the boot is made with 2 different materials; one in rigid plastic to offer support to the boot and another heat resistant to protect the rider's leg from the heat given off by the exhaust
  • The heel structure facilitates movement to use the gear change on exits and offers a high level of protection
  • The closure system incorporates retention tapes with memory. The straps only have to be adjusted once and will remain in this position for each outing.
  • The finger area is protected with plastic material and the seams are really resistant to abrasion
  • Upper area made of leather and microfiber
  • Vibram sole
  • CE approval
SKU: 2327-0155-39

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Paul Ackerman
first timer

First set of MX/Enduro boots after a decade and a half of touring/ADV softer boots. A little trepidation about making the switch but in my mind getting the extra protection is a good call. I ride mostly road but here in CO almost any road will lead to a dirt road and any dirt road will, at any time turn to sand or or rocks or ruts or mud so better to be prepared. Before talking about the boots a word about the great buying experience with Atomic-Moto, great unbiased advice, super simple shipping and returns.

I tried both the X-power SC and a pair of A-stars Tech 7. Given the completely different feel of these stiffer boots than I had ever experienced both boots were surprisingly comfortable. Definitely no desire to hike in them but okay for general waking around - wore them around the house and garage for an hour two each a couple of times. Decided to go with the Sidi for a couple of reasons. They were definitely wider and more comfortable in the toe box. They felt lower and lighter than the Tech 7. I like the ease and orientation of the buckles more. Although I wonder how well the little plastic tabs that hold the adjustment will last over time. On the bike I did need to adjust the shift lever a bit higher - brake is fine. Shifting is different than with a boot that allows your ankle to flex down but even after just a couple of hundred miles of short day rides it is easy enough to get used to.