Looking for a good set of UTV boots? There are a number of important qualities to consider when it comes to checking out new boots:
Of course, trail riding in a UTV means that your boots need to perform just as well when you’re on the trail in your machine as when you’re taking a moment to photograph a scenic vista or helping your buddy make a quick repair.
Shopping for boots can get even more complicated if you need to consider other uses you might need them for. As an example, what if you have another powersport vehicle? Why shouldn’t your UTV boot work just as effectively regardless of what machine you choose to ride for the day?
If you take a holistic approach to shopping for UTV boots by taking into account all of these considerations, you’ll be pleased by the selection you’ll find here. We’ve taken great efforts to identify some of the best boots on the market and make them available to you at the low prices you expect from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.
Take a moment to check out our inventory and find a pair of UTV boots that’s perfect for you.
Steve in IA
I have always wore more entry level kind of boots in the ~$200 range and never considered spending the big bucks for high end boots. The only reason I decided to give the Fox Instinct boots a try is because they were offered for a great price on closeout by RM. Now that I have a few rides on them I don't think I'll be able to go back to entry level boots. These are the most comfortable boots I've ever had, zero break-in time, and just incredible.Read All Reviews
Christian in CO
I have tried many boots prior to choosing the Gaerne. Most boots have a clunky feel, are stiff and weigh much. The Gaerne boots are like a natural extension of your calf and foot. They are soft, they allow you to walk without feeling as if you are wearing skiing boots and often I forgot that I was wearing them after a full day of riding. These boots seem to balance temperature very well, and they offer the protection I a looking for. The sole offers great traction and the retro look is appreciated. Waterproof? Yep. I waded shallow streams to assess the depth before riding through. The boot was submerged for probably five consecutive minutes and did not allow a single drop to enter. My next boot will be a Gaerne. Spend the cash, it is worth it.Read All Reviews
Hunter in Utah
After finally wearing through the sole on my old Comp 5's after 3 years I decided to upgrade to these new Comp 8's. I wore a size 9 in the old boots so I went with another 9 and they are a bit bigger, I would say these are more true to size then older Fox boots. They took about 5 hours to get broken in nicely. The buckle system is nice, they seem to stay latched well. The soles are very grippy, I also like the rubber on the inside surface to grip the bike with. Overall I am happy with them after 5 hours of ride time.Read All Reviews