Feb 4, 2015 - All sizes listed are in stock and ship immediately The late 1940s and into the ‘60s are considered the Golden Age of motorcycling. During this period, the boots of choice were patterned after those worn by Grand Prix motorcycle racers such as Mike Hailwood, John Surtees, Jeff Duke, and Giacomo Agostini. This style was also the boot of choice for Cafe Racers (they still are today). Gasolina Classics are a celebration of these wonderful boots, integrating the best features of that exciting era in a single streamlined design. HANDMADE Construction of high quality top grain 1.8 - 2mm outer leather. Completely lined in glove-soft leather. Vat dyed so the color permeates the leather, resisting scuffs and wear. Our boots have a soft leather flap that runs the entire length of the zipper, blocking wind and protecting your socks, pants, and skin. Made in small batches, with great attention to detail, no assembly line - they are assembled by hand in our small mountain town. Solid, natural rubber soles for excellent grip and durability when riding. Springy and limber, not spongy like synthetic foam. Comfortable for walking - if you break down you'll be glad you wore Gasolinas! Measures 15" - 38cm from the ground up. Goodyear welt construction, completely sewn. They can be re-soled if ever needed.