Yeah sorry, I'm with "markonhisqs" with this review. Completely pointless and uninformative. These reviews are supposed to help the likes of us bikers that are out in the real world choose the correct boot/gear, without the need for us to systematically work our way through each manufacturers products (and our hard earned). These reviews should not just be knocked up because you have half a page to fill in your 20%Paper/80%bike exchange and mart.
Here's a couple of my findings when it comes to so called waterproof boots, perhaps other riders might find it a little more useful.
First boots I bought, H&G PSX 2, (12yrs ago) awesome, never leaked, not once in 60,000 miles of commuting into London everyday through all imaginable weather conditions (including snow).
Once they wore out I got another pair with the new improved H&G markings, including the all new "Made in Taiwan" label. Terrible, leaked at the first sign of rain and fell to pieces in half the time of the first pair.
Aqua boot (basically a quality lined welly) not one leak until the age/rubber battle took it's toll on the heel.
Bullson, waterproof short boot, looked OK, could pass as an office boot under your trousers, couldn't cope with heavy rain at motorway speed, took them back and had to drag the "Trading Standards pack" out with Welling H&G but got a replacement pair, new ones just as "Pony" as the first pair
Diadora waterproof race boot, nice boot, quality construction, £130, as waterproof as a pair of sandles.
Aldi waterproof boots (don't laugh, a man will resort to anything if his feet get cold and wet enough) £29.99, not waterproof in the heavy stuff that January can throw your way but a lot more anti-leak than the Diadoras and a quarter of the price.
I think what we are looking at is a general decline in the quality of Motorcycle gear across the board, it's hard to find any products that do what they say on the tin these days whether it be coats, boots, trollies or gloves.
I hope my comments are of use to some of you out there and if anyone has some helpful comments about biking gear that I haven't tried, please add so that we could actually construct a useful buyers guide.