Harley-Davidson Boots and Shoes For Women

Troy Siahaan
by Troy Siahaan

You gotta have the shoes to match the bike

Sure you know Harley-Davidson is the goliath among motorcycle manufacturers. And in the back of your mind you knew The Motor Company has a huge apparel line. But have you ever stopped to think about how big the apparel line actually is? Probably not. It’s so big, H-D has its own Amazon store dedicated to just footwear. Yep, that’s more that just Harley-Davidson boots.

It’s so big that, here, we’re going to focus solely on Women’s footwear from the Bar and Shield (pun not intended). We’re going to take a look at the 10 most popular boots and shoes for women, brought to you by the dedicated folks in the apparel division of Harley-Davidson. These boots and shoes aren’t even necessarily for riding, either, though most of them seem plenty able to slip underneath a shift lever or keep you planted when you come to a stop.

Seeing as how Yours Truly is not anatomically qualified to be speaking in any definitive terms about this subject, this list of boots and shoes was determined strictly based on the number of reviews left for each of them on Amazon at the time of this writing. Unsurprisingly, there are dozens more boots in the Harley store that barely missed the cut.

So, without further ado, here they are.

Tegan Ankle Boot $90-$142 (1400+ reviews)

By far the Harley women’s boot with the most reviews, the Tegan ankle boot seems to be a very popular choice. Stylish on or off the motorcycle (errr…Harley), this short lace up leather boot features a YKK locking zipper along the inner side for easy entry. The single strap across the top of the foot helps cinch down the boot for a tighter fit. On the bottom of the boot you’ll find a lightweight outsole and heel for comfortable, functional fashion for any journey.

Eda Motorcycle Boot $117-$238 (624 reviews)

The Eda boot boldly represents the Harley-Davidson counterculture style. This 10-inch lace-up full grain leather boot features a zipper on the side, making it easy to take the boot on and off. Mesh lining on the inner portion of the boot makes it breathable, resulting in a comfortable fit. Style points are seen throughout, including the D-ring buckle, metal eyelets, and distinctive metal Bar and Shield logo sitting above the ankle. The full grain leather means the boot is durable, on or off the bike. Lastly, the lightweight outsoles and heels provide nice flexibility and good traction for comfortable standing, walking, or riding.

Torland Sneaker $50-$111 (547 reviews)

With 547 reviews to its name (and counting), the Torland sneaker is clearly not meant for riding (though we’ve seen people ride in less). Nonetheless, the casual vulcanized canvas sneaker is a hit on Amazon thanks to its iconic look and huge amounts of comfort. The word “cute” is also mentioned in several different reviews. These low tops have a rubberized sole that mimic the classic look seen on many other shoes with similar style. The Torland is available in both white and black.

Beechwood Work Boot $188 (522 reviews)

We’re only on the fourth boot on the list and already we have the second high top. This time it’s Harley’s Beechwood work boot featuring 100% full grain leather construction. And because Harley’s official description was too good not to use, we’ll repeat it again here:

The Harley-Davidson Beechwood is a tall and sexy leather riding boot that is perfect for the lady who likes a little more leather on her legs. The Beechwood boot blends iconic moto-inspiration with a super sexy knee-high lace-up silhouette.

Specifically, the shaft of the boot measures 16.75 inches from the arch, and the heel itself is 1.25 inches. Side zippers make entry and exit much easier, and the rubber outsole is abrasion, oil, and slip resistant. All good things whether you’re on or off the bike.

Inman Mills Motorcycle Boot $95-$142 (497 reviews)

Next on the list is the Inman Mills boot. A more classically-styled boot, the leather construction gives way to a few finer touches like metal eyelets for the laces, a Harley decal on the side, and the iconic bar and shield adorning the bottom lace. Dual entry zippers running along both sides of the tongue are not only stylish, but make it easy to slip these boots on and off. The mesh inner lining is breathable for more comfort.

Amherst Motorcycle Boot $68-$198 (481 reviews)

A short women’s boot with just the right amount of attitude, the Amherst is a full grain leather boot that does away with laces entirely. It has a lightweight outsole and heel, with YKK dual locking inside and outside zippers for fashionable convenience and easy entry and exit. The added toe stitching and iconic Harley-Davidson bar and shield gives this boot just the right amount of moto edge.

Keeler Motorcycle Boot $120-$263 (302 reviews)

We’re back with a slightly taller boot with the Keeler, as the shaft goes approximately to the mid-calf. But there’s a good reason for the Keeler’s added height – this women’s combat boot features an outside zipper pocket to store your keys, cards… or anything else you normally lose at the bar. Not that you would lose anything, since all your drinks are virgin. Right?

Otherwise, we’re back to the similar pattern we’ve seen multiple times already. The Keeler’s full leather construction has metal eyelets and a full inner side zipper. It’s also available in black or brown.

Abbey Work Boot $125-$180 (298 reviews)

Leave it until the very end to find a boot that doesn’t look like a normal boot. Not only that, but the Abbey isn’t 100% leather. It’s 70% leather construction is mixed with 30% suede for a classy, stylish look. There’s a 3.5-inch heel and 5.5-inch shaft. Three buckles not only add a ton of style, but they’re adjustable to customize the fit. We’re not completely steering away from patterns seen on other boots here: you’ll still find an inner side zipper for easy access. Then, once inside the boot you’ll find a full-length cushioned sock lining for extra comfort.

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  • KLRJUNE . KLRJUNE . on Jan 25, 2021

    Why don't you just post a link to the sales brochure?

  • TC TC on Jan 28, 2021

    The sad thing about these crap boots, with lug soles and a heel that will catch on the footpeg and make the unlucky boot wearer crash to the ground along with the HD motorcycle, is that some people really don't know any better and assume that if HD sells them, they will be functional on a motorcycle.