After many years of research and development, Revival Cycles is pleased to announce the best motorcycle street boot our collective brains could produce!
For this truly heirloom-quality footwear, we collaborated with one of the America's oldest boot manufacturers, White's Boots, to create a riding boot beyond compare. Introducing the Revival x White's Moto Boot.
White's has been making boots in the US for over 150 years. Beginning in Virginia, then in Idaho, before settling in Spokane, Washington, they made boots that gained them instant fame in the logging industry. Made by real craftsmen, in the USA, using the toughest and best materials.
Based on White’s Premium Military Police Service Boot with a 1/2 Lug Sole, we've added a custom shift pad to protect the toe area of your from excess wear caused by shift pegs and tough aramid fiber stitching throughout to protect against abrasion and heat. These boots are the real deal and built to last. With proper care and resoling, you'll have these boots for years to come. Buy fewer, better things.
- Custom Shifter Toe Pad
- Hand Welted Sole
- Aramid fiber stitching throughout
- Premium Hand Lasted, Hand Welted, Hand Sewn, & Hand Bottomed
- Full Grain Oil Tanned & Chrome Tanned Leather
- All Leather Construction
- 6" Height
- 11-12 Iron Leather Shank
- 10 Iron Leather Midsole
- Single Celastic Toe Box
- Natural Edge Stain
- Built on a Barrie Dress Shoe Last
- Rebuildable & Resole-able
- Made in the USA
Men's Sizes: D Width sizes 5-13 (half sizes available up to 11.5)
B, C, E, and EE widths are available for special order. If you don't see your size available for order or would like to get a special order size, please email email@example.com. Please expect about 4-6 weeks production time.
White's Boots tend to run a little large, we suggest that you order boots 1/2 size shorter than your normal purchase. If you are concerned about the fit, we recommend that you send in tracings and measurements from White's Foot Measuring Sheet.
Made to order, Please allow 6-8 weeks for availability.