The Revit Arrow riding shoes come with Revit’s new 2020 lineup and, as usual, they’re bringing Revit’s high top sneaker style for the urban rider who doesn’t want to walk around in boots all day. The Rev’It Arrow sneakers really show a focus on comfort and style. So, with a recommended retail price of nearly 140 euros or approximately 150 USD, these shoes will be competing with the Dainese Street Biker Air, the Alpinestars Vulk WP, and the TCX Street Ace Air boots.
To start off with, the RevitArrow shoes come in European sizes 39-47 in three color schemes, black, olive green and white, and light grey on white. The material on these shoes is nice. The outside of the shoe is pretty much all made of nubuck cow leather, which should give some abrasion resistance, with perforations on the inside of the shoe and near the toe on both sides. The interior is made of 3D air mesh so this and the perforated leather should really help with keeping your feet cool and comfortable. Lastly, just a nice little feature is that these shoes also have a reflective strip on the back just above the sole, so that should help improve visibility on the road while still giving you a stylish look.
The Rev’ItArrow shoes do meet CE regulations, so they do have some protective features. In the toe and heel we have thermoformed cups while the ankle sports an injected cup on both sides to keep you safe. The sole of the shoes is flexible and will provide good grip. The shoes also come with an Ortholite insert that should really help up the comfort on the Arrow.
Overall, these are some nice shoes. They’re not the cheapest but not the most expensive either while you still get a good level of comfort and style. While the color options may be a bit basic, they do work for a variety of fashion styles and tastes, which helps with their sneaker / motorcycle shoe versatility. The material on these shoes is also good, so not only will this help with your comfort but also your temperature control. If you’re a rider just looking for a nice and comfortable sneaker that you can still wear with some safety on your bike, then these shoes wouldn’t be a bad choice.