Comment: I had been looking for a nice looking boot to race in. These arent as good looking as the Vega Merge or Bike Nights but will work. TI am a true size 14.5 wide and the sz15 boot fits nice. I would buy these again and would recommend them to a friend. If you have large feet these are a must have.
At the track racing
Great boots, too small
Comment: These are very well made, great looking, and specifically designed-for-motorcycling boots, and made of very high quality materials. I have already bought and worn TWO PAIRS of Vega IconTarmac boots (love 'em), I have only one complaint about the Vega Night Trains. Although my size 14 Vega Tarmacs BOTH fit me perfectly the SAME size Vega Night Train boots do not. Too narrow. Too bad. I especially like the Velcro fast opening and closing. I don't understand why the two models are so different. But sadly, I had to send my Vega Night Trains back. So one star off! Still, if you get a pair that fits your foot you'll be happy. Similar to my Vega IconTarmac boots, I expect the extreely tough soles will last forever. Too bad I'll never get to find out :-(
Good for gout! Vega Motorcycle Boots MB2840 Review
Comment: I had bought another pair of Vegas a month or so before and was very happy with them, however, I was surprised shortly by acquiring a new plague in life: gout. This made riding problematic as I couldn't get my swollen left foot into one of my boots and it hurt too much to shift without wearing boots. After a week in my car (I commute to work every day it's not too icy or something on my bike), I finally gave up and looked for a new pair of boots. The Night Train design, plus moving to the next bigger size, proved to be the answer. The velcro make putting them on less painful and is all I want to hold them on. They're just a bit lower than the boots I used to wear which makes them a little less comfortable, first to break in, then on my lower leg, but I only really wear them from my bike in from the parking lot and back out at day's end. I'm very satisfied with them.
Commuter on a budget
Comment: Good low cost protective footwear. I normally wear a 12 /2 wide, so I ordered a 13 and it has a snug fit, well at least until they break in. Easy on and off with velco straps. I like the idea of no shoe strings to come loose and get into the bike. Hard sole bottom's which I like (tend to last longer for me) I commute to work mostly, and wear them all day.