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ChromeStorm 415 Work Boot - Men's


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Item # CRM0065

Storm 415 Work Boot

A work boot needs to be able to "work" in any condition, which is why Chrome created both the 415 and the Storm 415 Work Boots that are featured here. With Chrome's Storm technology, the 415 combines the hardworking, waterproof durability that's required for daily riding with the laid-back San Francisco styling of its "415" namesake.

Chrome constructed the uppers of the Storm 415 Work Boots from an oiled, full-grain leather. On top of this, the shoes feature the Chrome's Storm waterproof technology — an internal membrane of four-layer breathable, waterproof fabric. And to make sure that absolutely no water get's through, Chrome also gave the Storm a fully-taped seam construction. The uppers were attached to the last and sole using vulcanized construction, which also provides a flexible, yet durable sole. At the footbed, Chrome used a contoured polyurethane that's impact-resistant and features a blown rubber midsole wedge for comfort. The soles are board lasted for pedaling comfort, which is really why Chrome created the 415 Work Boots in the first place.

Outside of the 415's commuter advantages, Chrome made them to be the ultimate freestyle/lifestyle shoe. The heel is protected from bails by a rubber heel cup, and the midsole is reinforced with a nylon/glass fiber shank. The 415's moderate profile also makes it easy to get in and out of either toe straps or cages. So, you don't have to go down with the ship when the ship is sinking.

Finishing off the shoes are steel aglets that keep the laces from fraying, a padded collar at the ankle, and reflective rear loops that increases your visibility to motorists in low-light conditions.

  • Serious boots for working in any condition
  • Storm technology adds waterproof durability
  • Full-grain oiled leather is long-lasting
  • Four-layer breathable membrane keeps moisture out
  • Vulcanized sole construction seals from beneath
  • Board-lasted soles elevate pedaling comfort
  • Seel agles keep laces from fraying over time

Tech Specs
Upper Material[face fabric] full-grain waterproof leather, [membrane/laminate] Chrome Storm
Footbedimpact-resistant PU
Midsoleblown rubber
Solevulcanized rubber (non-marking)
Recommended Usecasual
Manufacturer Warranty1 year


Cycling Footwear
7 8.5 6 40
7.5 9 6.5 40.5
8 9.5 7 41
8.5 10 7.5 42
9 10.5 8 42.5
9.5 11 8.5 43
10   9 44
10.5   9.5 44.5
11   10 45
11.5   10.5 46
12   11 47
13   12 47.5
14   13 48

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Tough but Flexible boot built for biking

I've put it through the wringer

The first day I wore these boots I hit a piece of debris in the street and my bike ended up skidding on its side. I was fine but the street left a good mark on the boots and nearly tore through the laces. Good timing!! My old sneakers wouldn't have provided me that support and I'm sure I would have gotten scraped up. These boots are thick, tough, and waterproof. They took a week or two to break in, but after that have been quite comfortable. They are also warm... Perfect for winter but they will be way too hot once we get into spring in NY. I am very happy with them. They are designed for biking but also look good on the office or walking around. My only minor complaint is that the bottoms can be quite slick but, again, they are designed for biking so it's fair.

>Rating: 5

Fantastic Waterproof Boots

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
6` 1"
145 lbs

I have had my Storm 415 Work Boots for about 4 years now and have loved them. I live in Portland, OR and wear these for about half the year, sometimes more if it's particularly rainy. I am super impressed with these boots. They are indeed waterproof (not just water resistant) and fit super well. I have not had any issues with Chrome shoes fitting small. When I first bought these I worried that my feet would get all hot and sweaty because of the waterproof nature, however that has not been the case. These boots are amazingly comfortable. After 4 years of wear I just now felt like I needed to buy a new pair (which I did). As long as Chrome makes these boots I will have a pair.

>Rating: 4

Slick Rick

I've used it several times
True to size

I typically wear a size 9.5 in most shoes but grabbed these in a size 9 and 10 just to test it out because they seemed like they were less likely to break in. Glad I did, the 9 was far too small while the 10 fit pretty well. I gotta be honest, the first two days wearing these were incredibly uncomfortable, they hurt like shit. However, once broken in they are some of my favorite boots and wear them every time I ride my bikes (moto and cycle) - see boot on first rider below for reference.

>Rating: 3

Get half size bigger

Runs small

Great winter shoe. Stops water/snow and is nice and warm. Con. The toe box is to tight. My foot fit great when I first got them it was a little tight but figured they would just need to be broken into. The toe box is still to tight my toes can't move so they start to get cold. I should have got a half size bigger, but I worried they would be to long. Wish they were to long vs to tight.

>Rating: 5

Super comfortable

I've used it several times
True to size

Yesterday I was telling my wife that these may be the most comfortable pair of boots I've ever owned. Seriously. It takes about a week to break these in, but they have softened up nicely, and I've been wearing them all day, every day. They held up well through the last snow we had, and I was definitely appreciating that I got the waterproof version. The construction is solid, and I expect to have these for quite a few years, just like my Chrome bag. They're pricey, but totally worth it in.