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  1. 4 reviews

    A technical and durable touring boot brimming with intelligent design features, the Alpinestars Toucan Gore-Tex® Boots are ideally suited to long days in the saddle. With 100% weatherproofing provided by a GTX liner, integrated protection systems and superb comfort and flexibility features the Toucan Boots are indispensable for rugged roads. The Toucan's unique buckle design is pulled straight from Alpinestars' dirt boots and helps to shed dirt and mud while maintaining a low profile to minimize the likelihood of damage to the buckle or your bike. Key Features * A fully CE-certified boot incorporating full leather and suede with a 100% waterproof Gore-Tex® membrane. * Innovative lateral ankle protection system forms flexible link between upper boot and lower foot area for added control and support. * Medial side structure is contoured for perfect fit and flexibility fit, with reinforced polymer sculpturing for grip and protection against bike’s heat and impact. * Advanced TPU protection layer covers the internal heel counter and toe box enhancing support and rigidity in key impact areas. * Coated leather panel forms the outer surface of the toe box providing effective abrasion and weather resistance. * Heel housed in molded external protector for increased impact dissipation and absorption. * Contoured polymer shin guard incorporates an innovative vertical blade system for improved forward and rear control and support. * Advanced instep and Achilles’ accordion flex zones for superior comfort, control and support. * Medial surface stamped calf suede panel improves grip and protection. * Wide-entry aperture for convenience with combined hard polymer and Velcro closure to allow wide range of calf fit adjustments. * Closure system features replacable, slim, aluminum buckles for security with memory adjustments and quick-release locking system. * Upper boot collar and inner lining constructed from breathable mesh for added comfort. * Removable anatomically profiled EVA foam footbed. * Alpinestars exclusive rubber compound for the optimal combination of comfort and grip. * Sole construction features integrated steel shank for improved comfort and durability. * Lateral side vent for added airflow.
  2. 1 review

    “Micro-Synth” upper and “Air-Tech” vented lining. “Eso-Motion 2 MX” rear articulation system. Dual-Motion P.U. moulded shin-plate. All-Around P.U. chassis construction. Micro-adjustable and repleceable Alu-buckles. Heavy-duty leather heat-shield. Dual-density rubber sole with reinforced arch support.
  3. 1 review

    From rutted tracks to tree lined trails, experienced riders expect nothing less than perfection when it comes to their boots. The TCX Comp Michelin EVO Boots are the culmination of years of off-road racing experience, combining the latest in materials and protective technology to create a boot that performs at the highest levels of competition. Providing pro-level protection, the TCX Comp EVO Boots are constructed of breathable water-resistant micro fiber and reinforced with a Polyurethane frame that supports and protects. Combined with a Double Flex Control System that wards off torsion injuries and supports the riders ankle, the Comp EVO provides a wide range of motion without letting riders down when it comes to protection. The Michelin edition of the Comp EVO brings the legendary off-road performance of Michelin tires to the soles of your feet, giving riders unparalleled control and feedback. Features: Upper constructed of high wear-resistant micro fiber and PU frame PU adjustable shin plate Breathable fabric liner with double compound PU sold padding around ankle area Ergonomically designed, micro adjustable aluminum buckles High wear-resistant Michelin Hybrid MX sole Double Flex Control system Internal high grip zone heat guard PU toe guard and rear heel reinforcement Steel toe cap Ankle and malleolus reinforcements Calf adjustment system CE certified
  4. 1 review

    The search for perfection is a never-ending job. This is the TCX mission, constantly creating new products and driving technological innovation to reach a clear goal: the offer of the highest possible security to all motorcycle riders. Innovation. Experience. Style. This is the credo of a company working in the name of safety. Upper - Leather, padded front and ankle area. Lining - Air Tech breathable. Reinforcements - Inside suede heat guard, shin plate, steel toe cap, polyurethane heel and ankle guard, polyurethane toe guard. Buckles - Aluminum buckles, new ergonomic design, micro-adjustable and replaceable. Sole - New designed, high wear-resistant Michelin Hybrid MX sole. C.E. Certified. Michelin Hybrid MX Sole: Specially developed sculpture design to allow multidirectional traction. Customized heel angle designed to grant foothold on the footrests and fast sliding when needed. Macro-grooves area to offer traction and stability. Micro-grooves for water evacuation. Triangular micro-sculptures tread to grant stability on footrests. Special compound, tear and abrasion resistant. Micro-siped rear tread to grant multidirectional traction. Powered by Michelin Technical Soles. http://www.tcxboots.com/eng/prodotti-dettaglio.php?prodotto=188
  5. Ok guys a gals what ya score for Xmas moto related ? I got some Scott gogs for big faces Dirt bike mag in stocking And a gift card to holeshot Motorsports Thinking Kenda equilibrium rear tire for the winter gnar
  6. Hey guys, need some advice or input from anybody that has worn either Gaerne SG10 or Fox F3 Race MX boots – how did you like them and which did you prefer? I have my eyes on these and can’t decide which one to go for: http://www.ebay.ca/itm/gaerne-SG10-MX-boots-motocross-size-8-US-/171270144496?pt=Apparel_Merchandise&hash=item27e07f01f0&vxp=mtr http://www.ebay.ca/itm/Fox-f3-race-MX-boots-motocross-size-9-US-/171271243237?pt=Apparel_Merchandise&hash=item27e08fc5e5&vxp=mtr
  7. Hi Guys, i just bought my first bike and got my licence and purchased a new DRZ400E (australian version) with riding on trails and dirt/adventure and wont be my daily commute. my question is what footwear would be most appropriate to be wearing. bear in mind i will most of the time be riding to and from the trails should i be going for full shin boots or the normal ankle boots thanks guys
  8. So i bought a pair of tech 3s from AS a few months ago. Probably got 3 rides on em and have 4 straps/buckels break. Then switched back to my trusty 7 yr old gearne SG 10s...best boots ever... Anyway just called alpine star and they said they would repair them for me.
  9. I did search the main Dirt Bike section and the crowd favorite seems to be Gaerne. Most of the discussion did center around my primary concerns. - Comfort - Walkability - Price I really like the Balance and the SG10 looks to be a reasonable alternative although more aggressive than I think I want. What do y'all use and like? Tried and didn't like?
  10. Bought my first nice pair of boots recently. They are comfortable lengthwise and in the calf, etc. But they feel pretty tight across the top of my foot near the ankle and in the ankle padding. I've read that they break in pretty fast and then feel terrific, just wondering if what I am feeling is normal. My measured shoe size is 9.5, so I ordered a size 9. Here in the South we wear as thin socks as we can get away with, so I'm thinking a 10 would be too loose to provide good protection. Any feedback on these boots would be appreciated. ~ Mick
  11. This might be a dumb question, just want to make sure? ( can you take them on an air plain)
  12. Local MC shop has boots on sale .. I wear an 8.5 shoe ..my current boots I have are Shift Combats in 10 .. i bought these when I got my 4 wheeler back in 09 Thinking about using some santa money and buy me new pair of boots Looking at Thor ratchets and FOX Comp 5 .. the dealer has these marked down to $99.99 ... why? because he basicaly has all the same same size .. size 9 I need to go back with different socks and see if they will even fit properly .. what i noticed today: THOR - snug in the ankle -- stiff in the ankle areas -- stiff -- ratchet system slick as snot FOX Comp5 - Comfy fit -- no toe guards -- feels like would break in quickly -- snug in ankle area -- nice tread design (tennis shoe like) I'm looking for those that may wear these boots ...god the bad and ugly ?? any input appreciated
  13. Well Guys... This Sunday will be my first real trip out into the woods with a group of accomplished riders. Needless to say I am shaking in my boots. This trail is a few hours long - not quite sure how long. I have my TTR 230 and they have much more elaborate and proper bikes, not to mention these guys are very accomplished. I am prepping the night before, cleaning my bike, checking things over, bringing extra stuff with me. I got my Hydorpack ready! What else should I take with me? This trail offers EVERYTHING : Mud Rocks, Creek Crossings, hills, lot of dirt and technical stuff! I still have a small issue with my bike that is scared of water (stalls in about a foot of water only to fire right back up and run like a champ after walking it out) I am still wet behind the ears and my stomach is crunching! I will try and take the " look ahead " and " stand up " suggestions very seriously ! What else do you recommend a newbie like me to do ? also what are good foods that I should be eating the night before / day of? Thanks!
  14. I ride an xr200 1991 and got some fly boots for fairly cheap used. Shifting is hard! And unless I hold my foot out towards the side I always accident up shift. And brakes, I can't be as gentle with them. It's either no breakers or rear wheel lock up. Any help and tips would be greatly appreciated.
  15. I'm sure there are a ton of threads on this but I'll be honest, I'm just to lazy to search them. Hahaha. I'm saving up for new boots, anything I get will be better then what I have but which ones are better, the tech 10's, fox instinct, or gaerne sg12 or 10. If I'm gonna save up I want a top pair. Thanks
  16. I'm sure this has been discussed before, but 2015 is coming to an end and I'm wondering what everybody's experiences are. After being a fan of Alpinestars for the past 8 years, I'm giving up on them due to their lack of protection. If a simple stick can puncture the leather and leave me with a nice hospital bill, I don't want them on my feet. I was thinking of the Sidi Crossfire 2 boots because of the hard plastic for protection on the foot/toe area. Any thoughts? I'll be moving to the southwest in a few months and plan on doing a lot of solo night rides, so the last thing I want is to be stranded with an injury that could have been avoided by a better choice in boots. Thanks for any input!!
  17. I think I need to step up from a $100 crappy boot to a $200 boot, seems to be the sweet spot for a decent setup. I ride trails in colorado, little to no mud. should I go for the ATV sole or the regular MX one? what boot would you suggest for about $200 The Alpenstars Tech 3 http://bit.ly/hQAiz3 or Gaern GX-1 http://bit.ly/hjuSwq -Zach
  18. I am having trouble finding the boots that I want after doing my research. I have decided to go with a full protection MX style boot. However, I need traction off the bike or I will be getting stuck in the muck with the bike. It seems like this is called an enduro sole but if I am wrong I am speaking of an MX boot with the sole similar to what a normal hiking boot or work boot would look like. Originally my budget was under $400 but I think I have decided to spend what I need for max quality, comfort and protection. I still dont wanna spend $600 if it can be avoided The adventure style boots have the traction I am looking for, but as a new rider I think I should opt with the extra protection of an MX boot. All I have found so far is the moose m1.2 and the fox comp 5 off road both of which are under $200. Advise is welcome but I am really looking for leads on make/models of boots that have or are available with a sole that has some decent traction (better than tennis shoe tread) Would really appreciate some help! Thanks as always TT!
  19. I'll be putting plenty of miles on my yz this summer and am looking for some tips for riding gear. I currently have a helmet, gloves, riding pants and a jersy. I defiantly want to start wearing riding boots, what's a decent inexpensive brand/model? Also, should I invest in a chest protector and/or knee pads? If so what would be the best for trail riding? I don't race so I'll be be ripping up trails and big sand pits, any info would be awsome, thanks!
  20. So for boots I am using Alpinestar Tech 3's which are on their 3rd season right now. They still seem to be in good shape and fit well however after two recent crashes I am wondering if my boots are to blame (at least partially). Crash #1 About 1.5 months ago I came into a corner in the wood with a stump at the apex. I didn't see the stump as it was being hidden by some brush and as I rode by I slammed my foot in between the stump and my footpeg which broke my pinky toe on my right foot. I let it rest for 3 weeks and started riding again. It's still banged up but doesn't really hurt. Crash #2 Last Monday I went riding in an area that I have been 1000's of times before. Not even thinking I charged into the trail like a madman only to find a downed tree across the trail on a very fast section. By the time I saw the thing I was going so fast there was no time to stop. I jacked the brakes and the bike started sliding but it was too late. I smacked into the tree and the bike stopped dead. I was ejected from the bike and thrown 8-10 feet away from my bike. When I tried to stand up I realized that my foot was hurting but this time the left foot. I took a minute to re-group and decided that I would just keep riding anyway. I rode for about 1.5 hours (in pain the whole time) and then decided to call it a day when I instinctively slapped my left foot down on the ground trying to catch myself when the back end got a little squirrely on me. I yelled out in pain and then decided to pack it in. After sitting on the couch for 2 days my girlfriend finally convinces me to go have it looked at. Being the El Cheapo that I am I did not want to go to the ER since I have a $100 copay. I called my doctor and order an outpatient xray as it would only cost me $15. I went down to the hospital and got it x-rayed and the tech tells me I am all set. As I am making my way to the elevator on crutches the guy comes running down the hallway telling me to come back. Apparently I had broken 4 out of the 5 metatarsals in my left foot. I am now in a cast for the next 6-8 weeks. My summer is completely ruined and now I am left wondering if better/newer boots could have prevented this. So what do you guys think? Bad boots or bad luck?
  21. My current Fox boots I bought used. They initially fit Ok but now are starting to hurt. When standing the hard protective plastic that covers the ankle bends right into my shin. What are some boots you boys like that are comfortable with a hard sole? I ride trails with some light mx.
  22. Here’s a picture of my old and new Alpinestars. 25 years is a long time for boots so I bought a new pair of Alpinestars Tech 5s. In the second picture you can see the damage to what was a mint condition side cover. Both sides now look this way. I could go on about how much I love the old and hate the new but my question is, What boots will give me the feel I’m used to, not scratch my bike all up and have a sown-on sole, protect my feet. No ski boot types please, the tech 5s Make my foot go to sleep and I can’t feel anything. I ride woods, trails in Colorado with occasional MX track for fun. Want comfort for 50-80 miles of trails. I ride a Honda XR650L set up for 90 percent off road. Thanks
  23. 5 reviews

    Distinct Name: Black Size: 6 Made in Italy with hand-selected full-grain leather Floating Razorback with built-in ankle alignment system flows with your natural movement and ensures a great fit Dual composite soles for durability Lightweight alloy adjustable and replaceable buckles Shock absorbing inner footbed liner
  24. 0 reviews

    SIDI PRESENTS THE ATOJO SRS - DEVELOPED WITH INPUT FROM THE TEAM OF SIDI CHAMPIONS, THIS NEW BOOT IS EVEN MORE LIGHTWEIGHT AND FUNCTIONAL. n order to consistently provide a rider with good steering perception and a feeling of perfect synchronicity with their motorcycle, a motocross boot must be resistant, comfortable and produced with the highest quality materials. ATOJO SRS is the new motocross boot designed and developed by Sidi specifically to meet these requirements. This innovative boot contains all the essential features that a motocross boot must have. Furthermore, this boot weighs significantly less compared to previous models, yet hasn’t compromised performance, comfort or protection. The height of the boot, as well as other details, fully reflect the demands of the professional athletes. This boot has been forged based on the needs of champions. It was Sidi riders who contributed to creating and testing this model. Working alongside Sidi technicians, Alessandro Lupino contributed his significant experience to the development of this boot and each particular detail. The nine-time World Champion Tony Cairoli gave us valuable advice that helped our specialists perfect important features. Fnally, after his success in the MX2 class, the young, up-and-coming phenomenon Jorge Prado can’t wait to fly with this new boot on his motorbike in the MXGP.
  25. 2 reviews

    A premium, multi-material adventure touring boot the Corozal is packed with class-leading protective features, such as an advanced polymer shin-plate and innovative lateral ankle protection with supporting biomechanical link between the upper boot and the lower foot structure. Every component on this boot is designed for weight-saving and performance regardless of the weather or terrain, from the integrated Drystar® breathable membrane to its advanced microfiber and suede chassis. CONSTRUCTION • Multi-material upper chassis incorporating PU-coated leather, microfiber and suede leather for excellent levels of comfort, durability and abrasion resistance. • Extensive front and lower rear accordion flex zones constructed from lightweight and durable microfiber for comfort, freedom of movement, control and support. • Breathable textile interior lining throughout boot. • Integrated breathable DRYSTAR® membrane for excellent all-weather performance to keep feet dry in difficult weather conditions. • The Corozal Adventure Drystar® Boot is CE certified. • Internal high modulus polyamide insole with integrated steel shank reinforcement for structure and support to the arch area. SAFETY FEATURES • Medial surface stamped suede panel for improved grip and protection. • Innovative lateral ankle protection with biomechanical blade-link between the upper boot and the lower foot structure. • TPU shift pad with specially designed patterning for improved grip. • Lightweight, advanced polymer shin-plate and lateral ankle protections offer impact and resistance as well as structural support. • Internal toe box and heel counter protection is layered under the upper for durability, improved feel and performance. • Medial and lateral dual density ankle protector disk is subtly incorporated into boot chassis and offers strategic ankle protection. • Integrated soft foam surrounds ankle and collar for comfort, fit and additional shock absorption. CUSTOMIZATION and COMFORT • NEW BUCKLE CLOSURE SYSTEM: New system allows for easy and rapid in/out, plus a secure and highly personalized closure. The buckles are made from durable TPU and glass fiber reinforced Nylon compounds for greater performance and weight-saving. All buckles include a micro-ratchet memory system and quick-release/locking for a quick, safe and precise closure. All buckles are replaceable. • Wide-entry aperture opening of easy in and out, plus secure upper TPR and Velcro® closure system to allow for a wide-range of calf fit adjustment. • Midsole constructed from molded PU foam to make the boot bottom lighter without compromise performance. • Highly flexible sole thread features Alpinestars’ exclusive vulcanized rubber compound for the optimal combination of comfort and grip. • Removable anatomic foot-bed includes EVA foam and Lycra® for comfort and support. • Ergonomic shaping for forefoot streamlining to enable greater control of the bike’s controls and for superior fit and comfort, wide-ranging foot profile. • Available in US shoe sizes, 7 - 13.
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