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        5 women’s riding shoes that look good on and off the bike

        Always dress for the crash, but look good doing it
        by Agnes Uzochika Aja Apr 19, 2021
        PHOTO: Motoworld/Ride Manila

        Dress for the crash, not for the ride, right? Still, it doesn’t hurt to look great and feel comfortable at the same time. And that’s where casual riding gear comes in. These kinds of accessories were designed for comfort on and off the bike.

        If you’re looking for reliable daily wear, or footwear to switch out with your regular boots, check out these comfortable (and still protective) women's riding shoes.

        1) Forma Rookie Pro Lady Shoes (P3,850)

        Forma Rookie Pro Lady Shoes

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        This pair of Italian shoes looks more like low-cut boxing sneakers. Suede and Cordura nylon make the uppers durable and tough enough for a crash,while the dual-density rubber soles protect your feet from below while they grip the road.

        Its memory foam insole and mesh inner lining guarantee airflow and comfort. The TPU molding ensures impact protection for ankles.

        Shop the shoe here.

        2) Dainese Street Biker Air Lady Shoes (P6,650)

        Dainese Street Biker Air Lady Shoes

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        If you don’t mind shelling out more dough for rated protection, get a pair of these grey and coral Dainese shoes. These CE Level 2-rated kicks look like your regular high-cut sneakers, but they perform like a riding boot.

        There are tough ankle inserts for impact protection, and the fully suede upper is supple and perforated to get air flowing inside the shoes.

        Shop the shoe here.

        3) Forma Swift Dry Lady Shoes (P7,500)

        Forma Swift Dry Lady Shoes

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        Normcore riders will take an easy liking to these higher-priced Formas. The black-and-white color scheme goes with almost anything. Its full-grain leather, ankle protectors, and dual-density rubber outsoles envelop your feet for complete protection on the riding front.

        Whether you’re walking or riding, the waterproof but breathable lining and the memory foam insole cushion your feet—regardless of the weather.

        Shop the shoe here.

        4) Stylmartin Core WP (P9,950)

        Stylmartin Core WP women's riding shoes

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        Guilty of wearing your favorite pair of Converse out on a ride? With the Core WP, you can keep the simple and classic aesthetics without compromising on safety. The full-grain leather upper houses a cool air mesh lining and PU protection for the inside and outside parts of your ankle. These shoes are waterproof and CE-rated to boot.

        Shop the shoe here.

        5) Stylmartin Audax Glam (P13,950)

        Stylmartin Audax Glam women's riding shoes

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        Good luck trying to convince other people while wearing these that you are, for a fact, walking in riding shoes. The Audax Glam is a shoe made for women riders who like looking chic and casual. Glittery fabric side panels are stitched onto the suede upper to add a fun and functional flair to the shoes. The glitter also doubles as a reflector. Cool.

        The Audax Glam is trendy, but it pulls no punches. It provides CE-rated protection with stiff, anti-slip rubber outsoles and PU protection on both sides of your ankle.

        Shop the shoe here.

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        PHOTO: Motoworld/Ride Manila

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