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Adventure Motorcycle Boots are double duty boots for riding or outdoor activity. Ready for the duty of a touring boot and with the ability to take to the hiking trail, Adventure Motorcycle Boots are home either place. Adventure Motorcycle Boots are typically rugged and built to last.

Motorcycle Adventure Boots are available in waterproof and race inspired styles for a custom fit to you. Motorcycle Adventure Boots allow you to go from the bike to the trail and back again without having to change your boots in between. Motorcycle Adventure Boots are a perfect fit for bikers that like to spend some time off their bikes too.

Adventure Boots for Motorcycles are simply stated boots for adventurers of all types and styles. But, more thoroughly Adventure Boots for Motorcycles are much more than that. Designed for long lasting outdoor enjoyment, Adventure Boots for Motorcycles are the perfect boot for the outdoorsman in us all.
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Hey guys this is Reuben with Competition Accessories welcome to our motorcycle boot buying guide in this video were going to show case all the different categories of boots we carry here at Competition Accessories or as many of them as we can obviously we've got a pretty full table here with lots of different products . What this video is really geared towards is getting you comfortable with the different types of boots that are available and kind of fit that in with what type of bike your riding what type of riding you plan on doing , because obviously there's a lot of different types of boots up here , they definitely all serve different purposes . The easy answer if you have plenty of money to spend is buy multiple pairs of boots and wear them for the application your going out for for that day. That's the best solution if your shopping for your first pair or only pair of motorcycle boots then your going to have a little bit more compromising to do because not all the boots are fantastic at everything, all of them are all geared towards one specific type of riding certainly some compromises are better then others so stay tuned i think you'll probably learn something while we go through these different boots. Now starting down here on my right your left we have shorty motorcycle boots they are also sometimes called motorcycle shoes because they are essentially like your favorite pair of shoes . The thing that's great about these is they are great very comfortable easy to get on and off and they are comfortable off and on the bike so they may just look like you know high top tennis shoes they actually do have some motorcycle specific things going on inside of them you have some ankle bone protection on both sides on these specific one Speed and Strength run with the bulls reinforced around the shifter area you know these are obviously perforated to allow plenty of air to flow through for warmer rides , that's definitely nice reinforcement over the toe box and the heal cup making sure there's some support and structure around your foot if you were to go down because bottom line is all of these are designed to give you some level of protection if you crash and that's definitely one of the biggest reasons to wear a motorcycle boot being protected . Regular tennis shoes obviously not the best thing to do if your currently wearing tennis shoes while your riding i definitely encourage you to buy a proper motorcycle boot because it will not only provide you with better feed back and feel on the controls but it will also do a much better job protecting you if you happen to go down. We also have some other options up here for low top motorcycle boots or shorty boots this is the Alpine stars Fast lane its obviously a much different style, style is definitely something else to consider when looking at motorcycle boots what kind of look are you going for , these obviously have a very sleek European style to them , they have a laser etched soul low profile, definitely a comfortable but thin soul . Keep that in mind if your walking around if you plan on walking around a lot but that low profile is definitely a good feel on the shifter and the brake . This is the TCX X street again more about the style then anything on this boot here but you do have some ankle bone protection and some light reinforcement on the heel and toe box area and a fairly rigid soul . The stiffness of the soul not only translates into how comfortable it is walking around but the stiffness is also important if you do go down to protect your foot from folding in ways that its not meant to fold so having a more flexible soul is definitely more comfortable to walk in , again looking at compromises. These TCX X street boots are actually waterproof they come in a waterproof or a non waterproof version .If you really need boots to be waterproof weather your commuting on long distance touring or maybe live somewhere where its colder just want some extra protection from the elements , having a low top that's waterproof you will definitely be less effected as a high top boot that is waterproof reason being that gator which is actually preventing water from coming down inside behind the laces only goes up so far so any water that splashes up you know if its raining really hard waters coming up inside and dripping down obviously your feet are getting wet anyways so keep that in mind . So the waterproof layer is going to make the boot warmer, so for cold weather riding winter time having a waterproof boot is definitely going to be more comfortable then something like the run of the bull shoes that are perforated obviously letting air go straight through them , so were also going to be talking about the options you got as far as venting vs waterproofing. This is the SIDI Street burner its kind of a unique boot for the fact that its a low top motorcycle boot but it has a lot of the protective features of a full on race boot , you have a reinforced heal cup toe slider their techno VR adjustment system it really customizes the instep of the boot , there's a little ventilation you can open and close on the side, lots of ankle support on these as well. So its low top technical if your a sport guy not necessarily going to the track but you want that kind of sport look low top this is definitely a cool option definitely not something that you'd recommend to just any rider out there but if they are looking for this specific style then their are not a whole lot of options like it. Moving on to more cruiser oriented boots touring , several different styles and things to consider some boots look more like work boots or combat boots even this is the tour master coaster boot, while it has traditional laces up the front it actually gives you a zipper entry on the side now, the entry is definitely something your going to want to consider zippers make it a lot easier getting them on and off quickly, laces obviously take more time but they allow to customize the fit a little bit so being able to zip it up makes it a lot easier to zip the boots on and off and one thing that i will point out is that zippers are just another point of failure if you tend to get into places or situations where your encountering much mud or sand or grit zippers getting dirty is definitely something you have to watch out for keep them clean you can even lube them up with a little soap or wax something like even a crayon works really to keep your zippers lubricated and sliding nice and easily . The field armor 2 boots from icon are definitely going to be a little bit on the aggressive side of the styling and they use a buckle closure . I'm a big fan of buckles because they are a lot more resilient when it comes to dealing with mud and things like that , but i ride duel sports occasionally and i need a boot thats going to hold up with that kind of abuse so having a boot like this , you know obviously this has a lot to do with the style of the boot it does look a little bit along the lines of a traditional style work boot , but what i caution you with on traditional work boots as well they might look the part they come up nice and high they don't have things like the armor they use D30 armor around the ankles and obviously different boots use different levels of protection and you definitely get what you pay for with motorcycle boots as well. Power trip PT100 boot kind of a classic style biker boot you've got the buckle adjustments typically you can set and forget these, set them once get them to where your comfortable and on the other side you have a hidden zipper Velcro, again making it quick and easy to get them on and off . Next lets talk about some touring boot options , because this is probably the biggest category of motorcycle boots that's going to work for the most amount of areas and probably one of the best selling boots of all time is the tour master solution 2.0 , and this is about as compromised as you can get if i can say that this is going to work great for a huge variety riders no matter what type of bike your on . It does come in a waterproof version and a vented version as well that has a waterproof liner if you need a little bit more air flow on your feet while your riding but this is the waterproof version and it does have as you can see some ankle armor into it, there are several boots in this category that are just sort of a plain Jane motorcycle boot mid height its not a super tall boot but its not so short that waters going to be coming up over the top of it you also have a zippered entry which is the most common type of entry your going to find on most motorcycle boots and there you can see the gusset thats the waterproof membrane to make sure that waters not getting in behind the zipper in this particular boot is a hypora liner and well talk about the types of liners in a little bit as well different brands of liners some do a little bit better then others depending on weather its being breathable . This is the Alpine stars Rome boot and this boot has a Velcro entry which is kind of easy rather then having any type of zipper or anything like that it has Velcro so just another option to consider one thing I'm going to caution though it does tend to wear out over the coarse of time after a couple of years of undoing those and doing them up everyday Velcro does eventually wear out . This is the TCX Explorer evo this is one of the boots that uses a genuine Gore Tex liner , i said wed talk about the waterproof linings little bit but Gore Tex your probably familiar with its the best when it comes to waterproof but remaining breathable , and TCX takes it a step further and gives you this mesh panel on the side fabric on the front of the boot and at the back as well . What that's going to do for you guys that maybe really hate having sweaty feet but need a waterproof boot going with something that's Gore Tex something that has a little bit of breathable material on it that is going to allow that perspiration to evaporate out of the boot better then a solid leather boot would a not Gore Tex liner so keep that in mind if you need to have something that's breathable waterproof Gore Tex is the way to go , then again you are going to pay for it these are roughly twice as expensive as the Tour masters here so keep that in mind , you know obviously budget is a consideration as well . Now lets talk about soles because walking around is something that we all do when we get off our bikes, some of us more then others so if you have a destination that requires some walking having a good amount of rubber material on the bottom of the sole is definitely nice you know some flexibility is good for walking but too much is obviously not as safe for crashing so obviously none of us want to crash you know but you definitely have to prepare for the worst when your talking motorcycle riding , but having a soul that's really thin is something that your going to find on a more sport oriented boot so getting into a boot that's got a little bit more protection . You know so far we've seen boots that have some amount of ankle support but definitely some impact protection and one thing i want to show you is you know not picking on any one of these boots when you get into a touring boot its a fairly flexible upper, you know its flexible comfortable for walking in not providing a whole lot in terms of ankle stability though. when you get into a higher and sport boot you start seeing things like these external ankle supports and these are the SIDI ST boots and these are going to be much much stiffer for side to side . These are still some what hinged so that you can still walk around in them, these are actually surprisingly comfortable to walk around in for a sport boot, they are not going to be anything like the touring boots and mainly the reason why they aren't as comfortable is because you have that very thin rubber soul it has really good feed back on the controls on the bike. It has a composite mid insole on the SIDI boot which gives you a good amount of compromise on the flexibility and structural support for your foot. The SIDI ST that i have here are the vented version a lot of perforation and one thing that ill point out is with touring boots a lot of the time the challenge is finding a boot that is not waterproof if your looking for a boot that's vented, there's a few options out there but for the most part buying large generalizing here touring boots typically have a waterproof liner. That kind of shifts completely 180 degrees when you have sport boots , sport boots are more designed for the race track where your working hard your feet are getting hot you just want the heat to get out and if its raining your feet are getting wet your getting wet your wearing your leathers anyways so its typically harder to find a waterproof sport boot there are a few out here i have one up here this is the Cortech Letigo, this one is actually available in waterproof and perforated air version this is a much lower price point support boot it doesn't have quite the same level of ankle support as the SIDI ST does but it is a lot less money and it does have some ankle support and you can see it its going to give you some stability right there in the ankle, replaceable toe slider is going to be another thing a lot of sport boots occasionally its not just sport bike riders either a lot of other guys are dragging their toes occasionally so that's going to protect that side of the boot and then shin protection. Most of these boots up here obviously aside from the shorty boots they have some amount of protection over the shin like the Tour master Solution2.0 boots have a plate in there that does give you some protection. If you move up into sport level boots there's a lot more substantial protection on the shin , The shin is an area that is very venerable to impact especially from like your foot pegs , you know you go down and your foot peg hits your shins or your shins hit any hard part on the motorcycle if its your foot peg or some other part its going to hurt really bad and so having some protection plate over that area is a way to protect that part of the foot obviously protection over the ankle bones as well from impact a much more substantial reinforced heal cup so again if your tumbling and your heal strikes the ground your going to be protected . Now customizing the fit on a sport boot, as you get more expensive in price your going to come more and more customizable as far as fit goes. The Cortech Letigo is a simple zipper entry slip your foot in zip it back up and off you go. Something like the SIDI ST you have a zippered entry but along with that you have their cam lock buckle system if your putting your leathers tucking them into your boots you want to have that adjust-ability this is going to allow for a lot of flexibility with guys that have bigger calves, it has stretch material back here to allow for some flexibility back there and the cam lock buckles do a great job at securing the closure at the upper portion so if we push these down they clip into place those are directly from their off road boot which well take a look at in a second here last top of the line sport boot , the SIDI ST is kind of the upper to mid level sport boot its definitely a fantastic option , but when you get to the top of the line SIDI makes one called the Vortice which is a fantastic boot that has a lot of their techno VR adjustments on it . And then Alpine stars has the Super tech R and this one again adjust-ability through the upper portion for the calve size using this adjustment here . They do something kind of unique though you can see there's no real external ankle protection built in that you can see on this, Alpine stars actually uses the booty system and I'm going to pull it out here so you can see it . Now were talking boots that are 400 dollar plus range so keep that in mind but you pull out the internal booty in the alpine stars boot that's where you can really start seeing the level of protection your getting that you cant see on the outside. You have a lot of protection built in ankle support and then the internal lacing is absolutely fantastic for comfort and custom fit its really really nice its going to snug up that part of the boot it will fit really really great and give it that really good feel of security inside the boot so that's definitely something to look forward to the customizable fit of the fit itself . Talking about fit in general different brands have typically different types of fit, the Europeans typically make boots a little bit on the narrow side you get into the more American size boots and they are typically a little wider , some boots like the Tour master Solution are available in wide sizes so if you need a wide sized boot that's available in some of these not all of them unfortunately but keep that in mind as well. Last but not least i definitely want to talk about off road boots and duel sporting because that is huge growing part of the market. This is the SIDI Crossfire 2 one of the best off road boots money can buy whether your racing any type of off road racing or if you are an off road guy doing some exploration on duel sports or even around the world trip , it has a replaceable sole so you can see all these screws here you can actually replace the sole with a lug sole or a super moto sole or you can leave this sole on here that it comes with its more of a motocross style that is not lugged so if your dragging your feet at all on the ground its not catching , but these types of boots are going to provide you with an amazing amount of support to your ankle and your leg and kind of keeps everything in place the down side to that is the weight its definitely heavier then any of the other boots up here, and the stiffness you talk about these types of boots or even the high end road race boots they start to get a lot stiffer so that when your walking around they are kind of clunky and start squeaking on you depending on which ones your talking about these actually do have a hing system so you can actually walk a little bit and some flexibility but they are definitely designed for riding and being on the bike definitely a great option though on fantastic boots . The SIDI adventure rain is kind of a cross between touring boot and what we just looked at an off road boot, it gives you a lug sole so you get better footing and sure grip on the ground if your walking need to push the bike or anything like that , a little bit better for walking around a tiny bit more flexible in terms of walking a lot lighter in weight and it still uses their cam lock buckles but just two of them vs. four with a waterproof liner and that's something else that you don't find in off road boots their usually simple leather construction combined with the different molded components for the protection itself where as the touring boot or adventure touring boot will allow you to pick the waterproof options so if you need waterproof or what you would need to go with. The off road boots they typically do an okay job, you know if you splash through a creek or something like that but you know you happen to hop off the bike into water or anything like that any extended periods of rain your feet are definitely going to get wet, so keep that in mind. If you have any questions about motorcycle boots i know we blew though a ton of different models different information about the different types of boots definitely give us a call here at 1-800-543-3535 or leave a comment in the YouTube channel we do our best to reply to all the comments.


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