Dainese Dyno D-WP Waterproof Boots - Black

An aggressive and strong Dainese short boot with the protection of a full race boot with a waterproof membrane.
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Men's Sizes - Dainese Boots

  

UK Size EU Size Foot Length (cm)
5 38 25
5.5 39 25.5
6 40 26.5
7 41 27
8 42 27.5
9 43 28
10 44 28.5
10.5 45 29
11 46 30
12 47 30.5
13 48 31

 

Boots Size

How to Measure
It's easy to find the right shoe size, just place both feet (in your normal riding socks) on a piece of paper and carefully draw the outline of each foot. Make sure you keep the pen pointing straight down to get a true outline! Then measure the lengths of both outlines from the top edge of your big toes to the back edge of your heel.
If your two feet measure differently, take the longer of the two measurements and that's your size - all measurements in centimetres (cm).
 
Helpful Hint
Remember to wear your normal riding socks and if you ride around the year you might want to make a bit of allowance for thicker winter socks.
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PRODUCT DETAILS

An aggressive, strong personality and a high degree of technical content characterise these short racing style boots with TPU shell, shock absorbing heel inserts, instep retention straps, replaceable sliders, nylon insoles and toe guards. The inner waterproof D-WP insert ensures comfort in all weather conditions. Racing soles in rubber with differentiated texture and inner TPU side inserts provide excellent feeling during road use.
More Information
SKUDAB4DYNBLA
BrandDainese
GenderMen's, Unisex
Product TypeBoots
Ride StyleSports
SeasonAll Season
LengthRegular
SlidersNo Sliders
High VisibilityNo
WindproofNo
Vegan FriendlyNo
VentilationNo Ventilation
WaterproofWaterproof

Men's Sizes - Dainese Boots

  

UK Size EU Size Foot Length (cm)
5 38 25
5.5 39 25.5
6 40 26.5
7 41 27
8 42 27.5
9 43 28
10 44 28.5
10.5 45 29
11 46 30
12 47 30.5
13 48 31

 

Boots Size

How to Measure
It's easy to find the right shoe size, just place both feet (in your normal riding socks) on a piece of paper and carefully draw the outline of each foot. Make sure you keep the pen pointing straight down to get a true outline! Then measure the lengths of both outlines from the top edge of your big toes to the back edge of your heel.
If your two feet measure differently, take the longer of the two measurements and that's your size - all measurements in centimetres (cm).
 
Helpful Hint
Remember to wear your normal riding socks and if you ride around the year you might want to make a bit of allowance for thicker winter socks.

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