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  • Review for Forma Adventure Boots

    Forma Adventure Boots

    Eric in NM

    Really really nice.

    All of my friends who try these on cannot believe how comfortable these are to walk in. they are light for a boot. They are waterproof, which means hot in hot weather. I"m a 10.5 and the 45 fits well.

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  • Review for Forma Adventure Low Boots

    Forma Adventure Low Boots

    David in OH

    Really nice boots

    I’ve been looking for a good versatile pair of boots for a while now. My calves are too big for most full Mx boots, these are a great compromise. Wore them to work to break them in and they were comfortable all day. Lots of high end features in a reasonably priced boot. Highly recommend.

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  • Review for Forma Boulder Boots

    Forma Boulder Boots

    Florin in UT

    Great boot, terrific price

    After doing a lot of research, I bought the Forma Boulder Trials boots. Took one day to come from RMATVMC. Look like nice units, really well made. They are probably 1.5" taller on the calves than my Gaernes. I have big calves and can't get some boots closed, but these are fine. Nice sole, with a special smooth flat red plate where the the boot rests on the foot pegs. Sole is flat with no heel which allows lots of movement on the pegs. I wear 10.5 shoes so got 11's. I have a high arch, so I was easily able to put my arch supports under the inner sole. They have a memory foam liner which helps so there isn't any dig points. Nice big toe box too, so I don't feel any pinch points there either. The straps are much like my Gaernes and easily adjustable. Can tell they have the metal shank in the sole as the the sole doesn't bend like my Gaernes do. The sole is sewed on, but the toe piece has screws in it which should help it from delaminating, which the Gaernes sometimes do. They aren't waterproof like the Gaernes, so I'm going to rub some waterproofing oil into them, which is why I got the brown oiled boots. Can't waterproof the black ones cause the leather is painted. I wore them at a Trials event last weekend. They were just what I'd hoped they'd be. It took me about two minutes to get used to the shank in the sole which feels different as it gives you a much wider foot platform on the pegs than the Gaernes or Sidis I've had. There's a noticeable difference in how the boot sits on the peg with the wider platform shank. Feet never felt tired or sore after standing on the pegs all day. Could easily get to the brake pedal and the shank even made it easier to kick start the bike. One thing I did notice was that the lower strap releases are hard to pull open with gloves on. They don't have much of a lip on them, which I suppose is by design so they won't hook on stuff while riding, but you'll probably have to pull off your gloves to get a finger tip under the buckle to pull it open. The shank in the sole made it feel a little stiffer walking the sections too as the sole doesn't bend like other boots do. I noticed that most when trying to climb up the rocks when walking the sections. Wasn't a problem, but the boots work better riding than walking. I guess the best thing I can say about them is that after taking a few minutes to get used to them, I never thought about them the rest of the day.

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  • Review for Forma Terra Evo Boots

    Forma Terra Evo Boots

    jeff in TN

    Great if you have large enough ankles for a secure ...

    Foot box is super protective. The side hinge looks impressive, but it doesn't give the lateral and flex protection I anticipated.Easy enough to walk in, with good traction. Thick socks make them warm enough for 4 or 5 hours in 20-30 degree temps. Waterproof (actual stream crossings, not just rain). 14K miles pavement, gravel and some trail, and they look like almost new. Perfect? Not quite. A 5 mph sudden drop on wet grass broke my right ankle. Maybe if your ankles are large enough. I've spent much of my life running and cycling, not so much lately but still solid calves for a mesomorph. On me, the lower two buckles are max tight and my ankle is not locked down. This permits too much motion and potential for twisting and hyperflexion, which I think is what happened to me. These are super comfy out of the box, and will soften up some with time. If your ankle feels kinda sloppy, that will only get more pronounced. Overall still 4 stars. If the fit is suitable for you these should be a great compromise between comfort and protection. If your ankle seems a bit unrestrained, it is, and I suggest you take exercise the return policy and try again.

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  • Review for Forma Terra Boots

    Forma Terra Boots

    Terry in AL

    Got these for dual sport riding

    The boots are comfortable but too tight in the calves. I have them adjusted out as far as they will go and they barely fit. I have not used them riding the motorcycle yet because I can't get them under the gearshifter on my motorcycle. The gearshifter is a bad design and too short for large boots even though I have extended the shifter. I will have to make some more adjustments to the shifter in order to use these size 13 boots. I just wish the calve area was larger, they would be great boots then.

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