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|Today 02:44 AM|
Offer exceptional performance and steely attributes. Motospeeds.com Riding boot for professional riders.
|04-14-2020 01:44 PM|
I try to choose between this 2 boots:
I think that I will take Voyage, by specification they look better to me.
|04-14-2020 01:19 PM|
Originally Posted by davec719 View Post
|04-13-2020 11:58 PM|
I went with Tourmaster Solution WP boots. Cost about $130 several years ago. Great fit, look good, 100% waterproof, and, severely crash tested when the deer flattened me and the bike last October.
Boots did their job. Leather wore thru to the steel shank on my right boot but my foot was 100% ok. Not a mark on it.
My only criticism of the boot was that the extra leather piece for the gear shift on the left boot wore thru within weeks of buying the boots.
If I was still riding I’d buy these boots again.
All the best,
|12-21-2019 08:11 PM|
I wear Bates Bomber boots. They have more of a cruiser look (which means they look good) but work just fine for the position on my Versys. They have Vibram soles (which I am a big fan of) and impact reducing foam all around the neck in case they need to provide protection. They are so comfortable I have been known to wear them while not riding.
I think I paid $70 for them on sale and would gladly pay that for another pair.
|12-09-2019 02:39 AM|
I use Sidi ST , a race boot , safety is my 1st concern , 2nd is comfort , 3rd is waterproof and ST is not , love the venting. To crush your leg it take few milliseconds , to heal from such injury will take at least few years
|10-08-2019 08:16 PM|
I’ve got the Forma boots in black. Had them for just over a year and they’re working excellently for me.
They are stiff and do break in nicely. They have large sizes which is great for me. Really feel like it can’t get any better at the price point they’re asking. Stiff soles which makes it very comfortable to stand on the pegs for a while.
|10-03-2019 05:27 PM|
Going to get some Forma Adventure Boots tall set in brown in the next few weeks.
Currently wearing Tourmaster Epic Air waterproof sports touring boots, for the summer months. Have had a few Oxtar Matrix boots and I think one set of TCX.
I have Alpinestar MX boots for dirt biking. Just looking for something to bridge the gap between my MX boots and my sport touring boots for when I go off the pavement.
I think the Forma Adventure boots are it for me. Reviews look good and have seen after accident reviews of the boots and how they faired.
|10-03-2019 03:00 PM|
|SarahR||aha so im seeing a trend! maybe i should join lol!|
|09-20-2019 12:40 PM|
Originally Posted by fasteddiecopeman View Post
|09-19-2019 04:33 PM|
I also have a pair of TCX boots and like them. They seemed to be one of the few Italian designed boots that were comfortable for my wide feet.
|09-19-2019 01:29 PM|
I TOO have a pair of TCX WP boots, similar to these:
|09-18-2019 04:02 PM|
|txcyclist||https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/...terproof-boots), which appear to be on closeout and in limited sizes on Revzilla. If TCX has upgraded the model, I highly recommend them. This is my second pair of TCX boots, and they're very comfy on the Versys. They're also comfy to wear. I've forgotten to pack street shoes for work and have wound up wearing these all day.|
|09-05-2019 01:55 PM|
|09-05-2019 12:43 PM|
I also looking for boots, that is only from moto gear which i don't have.
It is hard to find something in my country which is in size 14 (US size).
|09-05-2019 12:05 PM|
|SarahR||great info! thanks for getting back|
|09-04-2019 03:06 PM|
|09-04-2019 01:56 PM|
what do you guys think?
|09-04-2019 01:55 PM|
Originally Posted by Amplitude View Post
|09-29-2016 05:23 AM|
|Kzen||Tour Master Solution I wear them riding year round in Maine and NH (Ural in winter months) 6 years of rain snow sleet and salt, on 5 motorcycles and 130,000 miles still waterproof every once in a while Nix Wax them. Best of all, they were like a hundred bucks.|
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